Detective 230 - the Mad Hatter debuts, Roy Raymond deals with a crackpot inventor, and a catalogue of Martian powers
The Mad Hatter is introduced in a story by Bill Finger, with art by Sheldon Moldoff, in Detective 230 (April 1956).
There had been an earlier Mad Hatter, who appeared in one issue of Batman in the late 40s, and resembled the Tenniel illustration of the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland. 296 more words
When my daughter was a bit smaller we signed her up for the Wonderland Tea Party at the Grand Floridan. This allowed my husband and a I a little time to walk around the resort just the two of us and it gave her a chance to hang with other kids. 241 more words