- “Time is a cruel master.
No, Time is a thief, and a villain.”
- ―Alice and her mother describing Time[src]
- “I used to think time was a thief. But you give before you take. Time is a gift. Every minute. Every second.”
- ―Alice to Time about her changed opinions about him.[src]
Time is the primary anti-hero in Alice Through the Looking Glass.
Time is a magical being who sits on a black throne in a castle of eternity. He has one human hand and one mechanical hand and possesses the Chronosphere, a glowing, spinning, metallic sphere inside the chamber of the Grand Clock that powers all time. If removed from the clock, the Chronosphere will allow the person who has taken it to travel the Ocean of Time to the past. Trying to get the Chronosphere back, the lord of Time gets weaker and the only way to restore him is to return it to its rightful place. With the help of Alice and Tarrant Hightopp the Chronosphere get back and being restore in its rightful place making all back to normal, Time become good and say goodbye to Alice who back in his world. During the 2d animated scenes who are shows in the credits Tome is drinking tea with the Mad Hatter and the others, he try to make a joke to the Hatter but comically fail. </gallery>
- Time in this movie is based on Time who has an argument with the Mad Hatter in the original Alice in Wonderland book.
- At first, he seems to be the film's main villain. However, it is revealed that he is actually the anti-hero and the Red Queen was the main antagonist. However the Red Queen becomes good at the end of the film and redeemed herself.