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[[caption-width-right:285:Cover of the first book in the series]]
Started in 1990 and completed in 2004, with the English translation coming out in 2013, this DarkerAndEdgier adaptation of [[Literature/PeterPan Sir James Matthew Barrie's work]] by [[Creator/RegisLoisel Régis Loisel]] acts as a prequel of sorts, explaining how the boy known as Peter Pan came to be.

The series contains 6 books; written, drawn, and coloured by Loisel:
* ''Londres'' (London): In which we are introduced to a young boy named Peter who lives with his [[AbusiveParent mo]][[AlcoholicParent ther]] but spends most of his time either with [[MentorArchetype Mr. Kundal]] or entertaining a gang of [[StreetUrchin Street Urchins]] with his stories.
* ''Opikanoba''
* ''Tempête'' (Tempest)
* ''Mains Rouges'' (Crimson Hands)
* ''Crochet'' (Hook)
* ''Destins'' (Fates)

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!!!Cette Série contient par exemple (This series contains examples of):

* AlcoholicParent: Peter's mother, which is the main reason why she is also an AbusiveParent.
* AnyoneCanDie: Well, if you remember them from the original story they're of course safe... but there are several characters here original to this prequel, and any of ''them'' are fair game.
* BerserkButton: For Tinker Bell, it's seeing any other woman so much as come ''near'' Peter. In the beginning, it seems like she's protective rather than jealous, given the blatant sexuality and often predatory natures of most of these women... but the GreenEyedMonster becomes more apparent as the stories go on. [[spoiler:Her hatred and jealousy drives her to ''murder'' the most innocent of her rivals, Rose.]]
* BreakoutCharacter: Tinker Bell, or "Clochette," as her French name is, to the point that this version of her is just as well-known in France as Disney's version of the character.
* CassandraTruth: During the first real meeting of Peter and the pirates, Peter tells that he came to Neverland by flying, helped by a fairy. Captain Hook's reaction is an angry ''"Do you think I'm an idiot?!"''
* CompositeCharacter: [[spoiler: An in-story version, as Peter pretty much re-invents himself as one after the death of his friend Pan. He breathes in some of the ashes from the funeral pyre, begins styling his hair as Pan's and takes over his flute and his name, becoming "Peter Pan."]]
* CluelessChickMagnet: Peter catches the eye and attractions about just about every woman in the story. Unlike in the original story, this is presented in a pretty disturbing way, as most of them are clearly adults and their focus on him often coming across as predatory.
* DarkerAndEdgier: Much, ''much'' darker than J. M. Barrie's novel and play; every single sinister undertone present in the original story -- and quite a few that the original story never had at all -- is painted out in gruesome detail here.
* EasyAmnesia: As in the original story, Neverland makes all its inhabitants forget the past; if something or someone isn't around anymore, they'll be forgotten after a while. [[spoiler:Tinker Bell actually uses this to her advantage; after she's killed Rose she hides away from Peter and the others and waits for them to forget. The Neverlanders actually discuss this tactic, straight-up admitting that in a while they'll all have forgotten about Rose, and just welcome Tink back as if nothing happened -- but there is nothing they can do to prevent themselves from forgetting. True enough, this is exactly what happens.]]
* FatGirl: Poteline the mermaid.
* {{Flanderization}}: In-universe example with Peter, presented as a sort of SanitySlippage. He starts out as a fairly normal boy who often escapes into fantasy to cope with his harsh life, and who dreads the abusive and overly-sexual adults so prominent in his life. As a result of story events, these two traits dominate him more and more, until he becomes a somewhat disturbing {{Cloudcuckoolander}} with a hatred for adults and tendency to treat fantasy and reality as the same thing.
* GeniusDitz: Smee is presented as bumbling and scatterbrained, as always, but he has a number of really good ideas and plans... several of them rather sinister.
* ForegoneConclusion: Peter's going to take the {{Street Urchin}}s with him to Neverland to become the Lost Boys, he's going to take on the name Peter Pan, he's going to cut off Hook's hand and throw it to the crocodile, where upon Hook will get his famous hook hand and become Captain Hook.
* GladIThoughtOfIt: As in the original, Peter constantly claims other people's ideas as his own.
* HeroicBSOD: Peter completely breaks down upon [[spoiler: realizing that the death of his friend Pan was partially his fault.]]
* HotterAndSexier: Unlike in the original, sex and sexuality are prominent in this comic, though most of it is presented with a very sinister and disturbing edge, and much of it is used to explore Peter's fanatical hatred of adults and utter refusal to become a "dirty adult" himself.
* JackTheRipper: In the scenes that take place in London, Jack the Ripper's story is intertwined with Peter's. The Jack in this story is a doctor who has an affair with Peter's mother, and is one of the few adults to see Peter fly whenever Peter returns to London... and he begins his SanitySlippage then and there, as he's utterly incapable of remembering whether he did those murders or not. [[spoiler:The story leaves it ambiguous, but heavily hints that ''Peter'' might be the one who killed them, as the first victim was his abusive mother and the others were prostitutes who tried to molest him at some point.]]
* TheMentor: Mr. Kundal, the elderly doctor who teaches Peter to read and write.
* NippleAndDimed: The mermaids are unashamedly bare-breasted, to Tiger Lily's disapproval.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Tinker Bell, who is given that name by Peter during their first meeting. She likes it so much she adopts the name as her own. Her real name is never revealed.
** Same with Hook, who up until he loses his hand is just addressed as "Captain."
* SmallNameBigEgo: Peter is just as vain and self-glorifying here as he is in the original novel, but it takes some time before he actually gains the skills he boasts about.
* TheStoryteller: Peter is introduced as this, telling stories to the {{Street Urchin}}s, and it's on made clear that stories are an escape for him; especially when he tells them about his loving, kind, wonderful mother... and a few pages later we get to see the abusive drunk she is in reality. After some time in Neverland, he forgets his mother completely ([[spoiler:which may be because he either killed her himself or was witness to her murder]]) and begins making up a mother who is all the things he believes a mother should be.
** Rose becomes the official storyteller for the Lost Boys; she's even brought along with them told that she can be the "campfire storyteller."
* StreetUrchin: Peter is friends with a group of them. They end up going with him to Neverland and becoming the Lost Boys.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Rose, for Wendy -- or rather, since this is a prequel, Wendy will become one for Rose. Rose fulfills the same role as Wendy in the original story, being the "mother" of the Lost Boys, the storyteller, and pseudo-romantic LoveInterest for CluelessChickMagnet Peter, who awakens Tinker Bell's jealousy enough that she plots to have her killed. [[spoiler:She succeeds.]]
* VillainousBreakdown: Hook gets one late in the story when he discovers that [[spoiler:he might be Peter's father. This doubles his intent to murder the boy.]]
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be My Blood?]]: Hook can't stand the sight of his own blood, freaking out by the tiniest cut. ''Other'' people's blood, on the other hand, he not only tolerates but ''enjoys'' seeing.