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24th Jan '18 8:11:34 PM CthonisPrincess
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* RecursiveCanon: Wendy is shown to have a copy of the "Peter Pan" book and the show features the statue of him in the Kensington Gardens in the episode "The Wild Melodies", the episode "Origins" reveals that the Darling children shown in the show are the descendants of the original Wendy Darling, giving off the impression that just like [[Film/Hook]], the implication given is that J.M. Barrie's play and eventual novel is a sensationalized account of true events.
24th Jan '18 7:55:18 PM CthonisPrincess
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* Action Girl: Aside from Wendy and Tiger Lily who definitely qualify, there is also Meera (The girl with cornrows), Cynthia (The girl with blonde hair) and Maia (The brunette with feathers in her hair) who are the Lost Girls of the Lost Kids.

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* Action Girl: ActionGirl: Aside from Wendy and Tiger Lily who definitely qualify, there is also Meera (The girl with cornrows), Cynthia (The girl with blonde hair) and Maia (The brunette with feathers in her hair) who are the Lost Girls of the Lost Kids.
24th Jan '18 7:55:02 PM CthonisPrincess
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* Action Girl: Aside from Wendy and Tiger Lily who definitely qualify, there is also Meera (The girl with cornrows), Cynthia (The girl with blonde hair) and Maia (The brunette with feathers in her hair) who are the Lost Girls of the Lost Kids.



* BandOfBrothers: And Sisters! Cynthia, Meera, Maia, Chubs, Baby and Stringbean are Peter's Lost Kids in this adaption.



* BigSisterInstinct: Wendy is revealed to have this in the episode "Squeaky Clean", she even goes as far to blame Peter for the fact that her brothers were captured by Hook's crew. At the end of the episode when Wendy goes to apologise to Peter, he good-naturedly pushes her attempt aside to point out the fact that she was simply trying to protect her brothers.
* ContinuityNod: At the end of the first episode Wendy is seen reading from the "Peter Pan" book; in "The Wild Melodies" while watching John perform the piano in Kensington Gardens, Peter is seen hiding behind the statue of himself; The Lost Kids (Called that because there are girls, not just boys) aren't Nibs, the Twins, Cubby, Tootles, Slightly, they're Cynthia, Meera, Maia, Chubs, Baby and Stringbean; and in the episode "Origins" its revealed that John, Michael and Wendy's Grandmother knew Peter when she was a little girl and that the Darling children seen in the series are the descendants of the original Wendy Darling herself.



* OlderThanTheyLook: Peter, confirmed to be this multiple times by the fact that Wendy has several different versions of the "Peter Pan" stories, the statue of him shown in "The Wild Melodies", and in the episode "Origins" it's revealed that Peter has been befriending multiple generations of the Darling family for over a century by the Darling children's grandmother (Also called Wendy) and the fact that their Great-Great-Grandmother is the original Wendy.

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* OlderThanTheyLook: Peter, confirmed to be this multiple times by the fact that Wendy has several different versions of the "Peter Pan" stories, the statue of him shown in "The Wild Melodies", and in the episode "Origins" it's revealed that Peter has been befriending multiple generations of the Darling family for over a century by the Darling children's grandmother (Also called Wendy) and the fact that their Great-Great-Grandmother is the original Wendy.Wendy Darling herself.



* SettingUpdate: As mentioned above, the real world portions are set in 21st Century London.

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* SettingUpdate: As mentioned above, the real world portions are set in 21st Century London. Also averted by the fact that Wendy, John and Michael aren't the actual Wendy, John and Michael shown in the "Peter Pan" stories; they're actually the original Wendy Darling's descendants, which is a clever nod to the original book.
* ShipTease: Peter and Wendy; he even kisses her on the cheek (Much to Tinkerbell's dismay) in the episode "Global Warming" before being dragged out the window by Tinkerbell.
24th Jan '18 6:30:59 PM CthonisPrincess
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* OlderThanTheyLook: Peter, confirmed to be the case in episode 20.
* Really700YearsOld: Peter is confirmed to be this by the statue of him in Kensington Gardens.

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* OlderThanTheyLook: Peter, confirmed to be this multiple times by the case fact that Wendy has several different versions of the "Peter Pan" stories, the statue of him shown in "The Wild Melodies", and in the episode 20.
"Origins" it's revealed that Peter has been befriending multiple generations of the Darling family for over a century by the Darling children's grandmother (Also called Wendy) and the fact that their Great-Great-Grandmother is the original Wendy.
* PajamaCladHero: Actually averted. The Darling children are depicted in regular day clothing when Peter comes to take them to Neverland each night.
* Really700YearsOld: Peter is confirmed to be this by the statue of him in Kensington Gardens.Gardens shown in the episode "The Wild Melodies".
9th Jan '17 12:37:55 PM Twiddler
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''The New Adventures of Peter Pan'' is a 2013 [[AllCGICartoon CGI cartoon]] by DQ Entertainment, the same company that helped produce ''WesternAnimation/CasperScareSchool'' and ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'' It is produced by Tapaas Charavarti and directed by Augusto Zanovello.

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''The New Adventures of Peter Pan'' is a 2013 [[AllCGICartoon CGI cartoon]] by DQ Entertainment, the same company that helped produce ''WesternAnimation/CasperScareSchool'' ''WesternAnimation/CaspersScareSchool'' and ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'' It is produced by Tapaas Charavarti and directed by Augusto Zanovello.
8th Jan '17 5:23:40 PM Xtifr
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'''''The New Adventures of Peter Pan''''' is a 2013 [[AllCGICartoon CGI cartoon]] by DQ Entertainment, the same company that helped produce ''WesternAnimation/CasperScareSchool'' and ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'' It is produced by Tapaas Charavarti and directed by Augusto Zanovello.

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'''''The ''The New Adventures of Peter Pan''''' Pan'' is a 2013 [[AllCGICartoon CGI cartoon]] by DQ Entertainment, the same company that helped produce ''WesternAnimation/CasperScareSchool'' and ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'' It is produced by Tapaas Charavarti and directed by Augusto Zanovello.
6th Dec '16 2:06:08 PM PhantomDusclops92
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* OffscreenTeleportation: Avbjorn to Hook in "Treasure Hunt".

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* OffscreenTeleportation: Avbjorn Asbjorn to Hook in "Treasure Hunt".



* ShoutOut: Avbjorn, one of Hook's pirates, is sometimes shown wearing an helmet identical to [[Anime/UFORoboGrendizer Grendizer]]'s head.

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* ShoutOut: Avbjorn, Asbjorn, one of Hook's pirates, is sometimes shown wearing an helmet identical to [[Anime/UFORoboGrendizer Grendizer]]'s head.


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** Multiple times during the series, it's mentioned that there is a mountain in Neverland known as [[Creator/MontyPython Mount Python]].
31st Oct '16 11:01:51 AM VicGeorge2011
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* SettingUpdate: As mentioned above, the real world portions are set in 21st century London.

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* SettingUpdate: As mentioned above, the real world portions are set in 21st century Century London.
31st Oct '16 11:01:34 AM VicGeorge2011
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* SettingUpdate: As mentioned above, the real world portions are set in 21st century London.
16th Oct '16 3:07:36 AM VicGeorge2011
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In many ways, the show can be seen as a more lighthearted spiritual successor to Fox's ''Peter Pan'', with both focussing on the day to day interactions and adventures of the cast as opposed to retelling the Peter Pan story or trying to serve as an origin story.

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In many ways, the show can be seen as a more lighthearted spiritual successor to Fox's ''Peter Pan'', with both focussing focusing on the day to day interactions and adventures of the cast as opposed to retelling the Peter Pan story or trying to serve as an origin story.
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