While I'm usually a sucker for an Alice in Wonderland adaptation, I was sorely disappointed in this one. It starts out with an interesting twist: Snow White is an albino girl who suddenly gets sent to Wonderland. She meets Alice, who is a guy.
It's here that the entire story begins to go down hill. Alice is cruel and abusive toward Snow White, frequently insulting her and addressing her as bitch and skank. She realizes that he's bad news, but ends up going to his house and cooking for him anyway. She's not allowed to go home until he becomes king,
so she's presumably going to be stuck with him for a while.
This is a common (and sexist) shoujo manga trope of a girl falling for the abusive guy who is trash by working to tame him with her femininity and domestic prowess. The first volume doesn't make explicit that the two of them will end up together, but it is implied by the author at the end. I should note that Snow White also embodies the tired and overused trope of being good-natured but clumsy. The author did take an interesting turn with the idea that animals flock around Snow White. They now actively attack people who threaten her. It's a somewhat amusing twist, but not nearly enough to make the second volume worth reading.
The artwork is mediocre, jumbled, and it is frequently difficult to decipher what is happening in any given scene. Also, despite being a comedy manga, it's just not particularly funny.