By Joe Brusha
Zenescope Entertainment, 12.99, 163 pages
We all know the peaceful and beautiful realm known as Neverland, where children don’t grow up and where there are entertaining skirmishes between the pirates, the Indians, and the Lost Boys. Grimm Fairy Tales: Tales from Neverland #1 twists this story into a horror-comic in which a beautiful fairy princess has been murdered and there is only one suspect. Upon being banished, Tinker Belle meets Pan. The story goes on to tell the story of Tiger Lily – the fiercest Indian princess. Despite doing whatever it takes to win, the title of strongest warrior is given to her weaker male opponent. Tiger Lily is instead left to protect the ever-living child. When Pan tricks Tiger Lily and steals the essence of the ever-living child, Tiger Lily vows revenge. Pan then goes on to trick the pirate captain out of his treasure, using him as bait against the evil crocodile.
“I am Pan. And I am the answer to all your problems.”
Follow the adventure and misfortune of Pan in the world of Neverland! The beautiful artwork and twisting plot will keep you turning the pages, asking for more. Follow this dark story along the pages as you are welcomed in to the world of Neverland.
Reviewed By Rachel J. Richards
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