I bought this book for a couple, specific reasons. First of all, I love the story of Peter Pan. The idea of an island where you can be carefree and young always is incredible. Second, I love reimaginings. I loved Gregory Maguire’s books, I’ve enjoyed Disney’s villain books, they’re all interesting. So I grabbed Lost Boy, the story of Captain Hook.
I didn’t take nearly enough pictures, but here are the few that I did! Be aware, there are quite a few selfies.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, I love spin offs of classic children’s stories. I loved Lost Girls, The Fables stories, the Marvel adaptations of Oz stories, so there’s no reasons for Syfy movies to be any different. Recently I watched Neverland, a movie that premiered in 2011. And, as the name suggests, it was a new take on Peter Pan.
Holy cow. Okay, so we went to ConnectiCon this past weekend (we being Kyle, Natalie, and I). When we went down, we had this big plan to go to a whole bunch of panels to cover them, but Natalie and I realized that going to panels is exhausting. We did go to a couple, and […]