The Great Escape, Conclusion last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/15/18 07:11PM View full history

"THE GREAT ESCAPE," Conclusion

Paris isn't safe. The plan failed. A journey that began with promise comes crumbling down when the Nazi's take the capital and France plunges into occupation. With nowhere to run, the Lost Boys make their final stand.

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Note: this is a review of issues 1 to 5 - First Arc Story "The Great Escape" ---- Definitely there is a trend of recreating fairy tales in comic books: we have Fables, Unwritten, even the Zenescope titles, but none of them ventured in fields of pure emotion, sheer courage and deep subtlety as Kurtis J. Wiebe reinvention of Peter Pan. I say emotion, because we are moved by Gilbert's words, the narrator, telling his story of how him, a bunch of orphan kids and Peter, an american boy full of myster...

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