Zenescope Takes Flight to "Neverland"
This December, the popular series "Grimm Fairy Tales" heads to Peter Pan's uncharted world of Neverland courtesy of writer, creator and Zenescope President, Joe Brusha – but don't worry this isn't the Neverland of your childhood – Disney or otherwise.
"Neverland" is a new, darker take on J.M. Barrie's classic
"Peter Pan," the story of a boy who stays forever young and
his adventures in the mystical world of Neverland.
"Neverland" has been in development for nearly half a decade.
said writer Joe Brusha. "I wrote the first draft over
four years ago when we first started publishing and it's been
sitting on the shelf waiting to be fit into our schedule ever since.
So it's exciting to finally get it out." Brusha continues.
"I was never a big fan of Peter Pan, and I always found
myself rooting for Hook when I read the story or watched
the Disney version. So the idea to make Hook the hero of
the story sprang from that."
here is the "neverland" poster
here is "neverland" cover art (looks sick to me!)
and here of course is the new Tinkerbell
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