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Peter Pan

Peter Pan

by TriaElf9
An adaptation of the classic children's story Peter Pan.
Closely following J.M. Barrie's original story, come follow the adventures of Peter and the Darling children in the Neverland!
If you've never read the book, here's your chance to experience the real story! If you have, and enjoyed it, then this is the comic for you!

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Peter Pan

An adaptation of the classic children's story Peter Pan.
Closely following J.M. Barrie's original story, come follow the adventures of Peter and the Darling children in the Neverland!
If you've never read the book, here's your chance to experience the real story! If you have, and enjoyed it, then this is the comic for you!

Updates Sundays!

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@ReaderWriterNerd&Geek: Ahah, right? It reminds you this is still a kid's story, I love it ^_^
Ooh, Hook's smile on the second-to-last panel gave me the shivers. O.O

And then there was the last panel and I laughed. He's so smooth and sinister and then, oh shoot, gotta get back up this tree somehow. XD
"Six drops of the essence of Terror! Five drops of sinister sauce..."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JD9it6SmB8
@hkmaly: But, the cake isn't chocolate is my point ^_^;; According to the book it's sugary and damp and that's it.
@TriaElf9: Even chocolate cake would contain relatively low amount of chocolate - it would be diluted by sugar (and, possibly, milk).
@hkmaly: Nowhere in the book does it mention that the cake is chocolate ^_^;; It is described as being a big rich cake with green sugar on it, and that specifically the dampness of the cake is what will kill them.
Right. Sugar is safe. It's the chocolate which can kill you. Specifically, theobromine. Lethal amount of unsweetened dark chocolate for 25kg child can be as low as 1.8kg.
@hkmaly: I mean he also said that Hook was the pirate that ever other pirate feared, and also there are fairies and flying children and sugary cakes so sweet they killed children, so I highly doubt he was going for realism lol ^_^
... I mean, half of those poisons would likely neutralize each other, and I'm sure boiling will take care of several as well, for example the botulinum toxin (discovered 1820) denaturates at 80°C.
Hmmm ... technically, Marie Curie discovered Polonium in 1898, so if Barrie was paying attention, he MIGHT know better than to speculate amateur like Hook would be able to make better poison than professionals. But, yes, I suppose he didn't do any research on this.
@hkmaly: No idea what they'd discovered when Barrie wrote the book, but this is as much detail as he goes into it. Looks like it's pretty nasty stuff is all ^_^
Soo, how does Hook's poison compare to VX, Soman, Novichok, Botulinum toxin, Polonium 210 ... or Anthrax or Ebola, speaking about being virulent?
@ReaderWriterNerd&Geek: And he's SOOO CLOOOSE ^_^;;
Hook's panicked expression is cracking me up. He's just like, "No, come on! All this time of waiting, all that planning, just to get stuck in a hole?!"
@ReaderWriterNerd&Geek: That's a good one ^_^
Ooh, dear...

On a side note, that last quote is one of my absolute favorite from Peter Pan.
@Djoing: I don't even think Peter knows he does it. He's just...cockiness personified.
Djoing
April 29th, 2018
It takes some serious skill to sleep 'cocky'.
Oh no! Poisoned medicine!

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I mean, I guess he's always prepared for murder? ^_^;;

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