Chapter 3: The Flight

January 30th, 2013, 7:52 am

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TriaElf9,

January 30th, 2013, 7:52 am

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Off to Neverland we go ^_^ This chapter is fun b/c it's pretty much entirely cut from all other versions as it's kinda long and in a hour and a half movie, it's not all THAT important. However, it has some really neat characterization, and gives us a bit more of an idea on where Neverland really is. (hint: it's not in space :P)

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Silly Guest Name (Guest),

January 30th, 2013, 9:23 am

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Amazing work as always, Trial! I like this part, but, as you said, it's very short in most adaptations.

Also, I never completely understood where Neverland is. Alternate dimension? Secret island in the middle of the ocean? Time vortex? The Bermuda triangle? Most adaptations just say "Screw it! Let's just throw that "Second to the right" line and a bit of flying scenes!"

TriaElf9,

January 30th, 2013, 5:20 pm

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@Silly Guest Name : Personally, I always liked to put it somewhere off near the caribbean, but it's not clear. It IS on earth as they just fly over the ocean to get to it, and in the end, they physically sail the ship to get back to England.

snow crystal,

January 31st, 2013, 1:46 pm

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Oh, this page looks so beautiful! Perfect to start the chapter! <3

TriaElf9,

January 31st, 2013, 5:26 pm

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@snow crystal: Thanks! ^_^

Silly Guest Name (Guest),

February 1st, 2013, 8:43 am

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@TriaElf9: Of course, the whole "Never growing up" thing definitely puts Neverland... Somewhere. A MAGICAL somewhere! That said, there really isn't a clue on where it's supposed to be located, other than "There's water around it." :P

TriaElf9,

February 1st, 2013, 5:19 pm

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@Silly Guest Name: Well, aside from the fact that the "never growing up if you go to Neverland" thing is actually a creation of the later adaptions and not in the book at all. The only person who doesn't grow up is Peter, and that's explained in Peter in Kensington Gardens as him becoming not quite human. Everyone else in Neverland grows up, as we'll cover in Chapter 4 ^_^

Silly Guest Name (Guest),

February 3rd, 2013, 2:20 pm

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@TriaElf9: Wait, what?!?!!!???!!!! But then, how old is Hook? How old are the members of his crew? HOW OLD ARE THE INDIANS?! ... Wait, the indians. Was it ever stated where the hell they come from? I mean, they are just a stereotype of Western movies that popped up in a story about flying boys, pirates, fairies and growing up and accepting it.

TriaElf9,

February 3rd, 2013, 6:11 pm

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@Silly Guest Name: They haven't been there forever, I assume. The Natives I think just live there, much like any native tribe on an island. The pirates I think are just temporarily part of the Peter canon, as Barrie states in the prequel that each generation has a different Peter Pan story. So they live and die and then different bad guys come it.

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