What's annoying and also great about this series is that you never have a favorite issue for too long. When I used to read X-Men I would enjoy the series always, but a favorite issue would rarely pop up. With Peter Panzerfaust it always seems like the newest issue is my favorite because it comes along and somehow manages to shine above all that came before it. If you're a fan of storytelling then check it out regardless of what issue it's on. Read Full Review
Every adaptation of Peter Pan pushes the rivalry between Hook and Peter further and further, exploring them as characters through their differences and similarities. Peter Panzerfaust, in similar fashion, goes deeper, taking Hook and Peter's personal war to a new level as Kurtis J. Wiebe and Tyler Jenkins dive into the purpose and meaning of a man's legacy. Read Full Review
Light on action but filled with insight into the character of Peter to make up for it, Peter Panzerfaust #18 builds some strong thematic work into its pages. This fresh take on the myth of Peter Pan will never get old. Read Full Review
"Peter Panzerfaust #18" has a few problems with the small details in art, maybe a few hitches right at the end with the story, but overall this was a superb issue that let the readers know who Peter is in his soul. Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.