Alice in Wonderland is that property.
You’re not just buying into a property, you’re tapping into a touchstone of our culture. Yet no one owns Wonderland because it has not been centralized—say, in the way Michael Crichton owns dinosaurs. You need Jurassic Park. You need a way in. One that would connect the dots for a new generation. For decades to come . . .
The Looking Glass Wars is that story brought to life today. And the way to own “Wonderland” for the 21st century.