First Appeared: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Carroll, 1865)
Founding Father: Lewis Carroll
Notable Residents: The Hatter, the Mock Turtle, the White Rabbit, the Cheshire Cat, the Queen of Hearts

Alice follows a particularly dapper and well-spoken rabbit down a seemingly small hole in her yard and ends up in a hall of doors. Doors which lead to Wonderland, an absolutely nonsensical place, filled with wonderful anthropomorphic creatures whom Alice tends to scare off by either talking about her cat, or growing to twice their size mid-conversation. Though most of the characters tend to threaten and alienate her, Wonderland is still a magical land of potions and cakes where scale and logic take a back seat to frenzy and wonder, and the results are unforgettable.