Modèle:Eraicon Modèle:SpoilerTemp Modèle:Infobox characterModèle:QuoteAlice Angel, or simply known as Alice, is a cartoon character mentioned in Chapter 2 from Bendy and the Ink Machine. She starred in the episode "Sent from Above" from Bendy's show, voiced by Susie Campbell.
Alice is a humanoid cartoon character with shoulder-length black hair, thin eyebrows, and a lipstick. She seems to be a combination between an angel and a demon, sporting both a halo as well as a pair of short horns. She is wearing what looks like a black dress, and also a white bowtie that is identical to Bendy's. Like the other cartoon characters, Alice has Pac-Man styled eyes (each with an eyelash) and also wears white gloves under her black sleeves, although her gloves have some sort of hole in their palm.
Although very little is known about her personality. From Alice's poster, it reveals that Alice can dance and sing, her possible favorite hobby.
Alice has yet to physically appear, but her poster can be seen hanging on the wall inside a small room located from the right side in the Music Department Hall.
According to her voice actor Susie Campbell, people really enjoyed her voicing talent, and was excited to continue working for Joey Drew. She felt like she was a part of Alice herself, and goes on to say that Alice may be as popular as Bendy some day.
- According to theMeatly on Twitter, Alice is "quite a girl".
- Her name could derive from the main character in the first live action/animation hybrid show made by Disney; Alice Comedies.
- The fact that she has both a halo and a pair of horns may imply that she is a fallen angel, akin to Lucifer, an angel who was banished from Heaven for his pride and rebellion, later becoming known as Satan.
- This theory could be supported by the fact that the episode she stars in is titled "Sent from Above".
- From Chapter 3's development announcement trailer, Alice's glowing halo can be seen appearing in the ink-covered number three, hinting that Alice's physical form will appear in Chapter 3.
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