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!

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Recent Comments

He looks so adorable, sulking like that.
If nothing else, they're a darn good audience.
... right. Totally forgot they were not in America.
February 22nd, 2017
@ReaderWriterNerd&Geek: ahah yup ^_^
"'Oo!' they all moaned, though they were not really considering the feelings of the unhappy parents one jot."
February 21st, 2017
The boys and Wendy are just having a BLAST, poor Peter ^_^;;


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February 20th, 2017
@ReaderWriterNerd&Geek @hkmaly: Mostly they just lived normally in Europe doing all sorts of work, you're right, the nursemaid thing was primarily the Americas.
Also you're right in that they weren't African-American, in that England isn't America, so they wouldn't have been called that.
But yeah, no, Nana is a dog, as she was in this comic. The whole reason being that the Darlings are not very well off and couldn't afford a human nurse.
@hkmaly: No, Nana is a dog - a Newfoundland, to be precise. :) It was mostly white Southern Americans who had black nursemaids for their kids; there weren't too many black people brought to England itself.
@ReaderWriterNerd&Geek: Wait, Nana was a dog? I though she was african-american (although they were called differently back then).
February 20th, 2017
@melaredblu: AHAH of course! ^_^;;
February 20th, 2017
Good job! You win a cookie!
February 20th, 2017
"They were married, you know, and what do you think they had?"

This...IS going to be a g-rated story, right?
February 19th, 2017

Well, Mr. Darling always did have some rather odd ideas about how to treat the help... (Ifyaknowutimean *winkwinknudgenudge*)
Yay for Tootles! :D

Also, I just realized that, without specifying that Nana was a dog, it sounds really weird that Mr. Darling chained her up in the yard. XD
@TriaElf9: It is. You can tell J. M. Barrie spent a lot of time telling stories to kids. XD
February 15th, 2017
@ReaderWriterNerd&Geek: It's so spot on tho, for kids ^_^
John, don't be a spoilsport.
Yes, they'll get attached to the same questions, and then they won't stop asking them just to hear the answers! :P Wendy has far more patience for this sort of thing than me.
@TriaElf9: That's true. Come to think of it, I think he may have remembered Wendy better than anybody he knew.
February 13th, 2017
@ReaderWriterNerd&Geek: That's true. He works very hard to remember Wendy at least ^_^;;