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Writer: Dylan Mulick, Stephanie Salyers Artist: Leila Leiz Publisher: 451 Release Date: November 23, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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What's the difference between falling and flying? Can you really get so high you never land? The introductory volume of 451's critically acclaimed neo-noir fairy tale comes to a close as a showdown on the east side of Los Angeles ignites. In one corner you have Hook and his deranged, drug-riddled posse of Pirates looking to cash in on the corruption of Hollywood High's students, in the other you have The Savages willing to do anything to defend Tiger Lily and her family. Smack dab in the middle is Wendy Moria Angela Darling. Will Peter arrive in time to save the love of his life? Find out in the shocking conclusion. To die would be an awfully more

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    Comic Crusaders - Dawn of Comics Nov 23, 2016

    The idea alone is fantastic, to take the loveable, happy and bright characters of J.M Barrie's Classic Peter Pan and transfer them all so fluidly into a real world staging deserves a round of applause, having the lost boys and the Pirates all together without them seeming forced or silly took an amazing eye for creativity and storytelling. Read Full Review

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    PopCultHQ - Jason Bennett Nov 19, 2016

    Kudos to 451 for opting this title. With the strength of this miniseries and their recent debut of Red Dog, they've ended the year in bold fashion by making a statement in the comic book community. There truly is Imagination to Burn and we're glad 451 is bringing it with such a fun, exciting, and breakout series as NVRLND. Read Full Review

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    Heroes Direct - Eammon Jacobs Nov 19, 2016

    The only drawback to the finale of the series, is that it ends rather abruptly. And although this sounds like a criticism, it's a compliment. The plot draws the audience in so that they care about all of these brilliantly fleshed out characters. So when everything changes, and they're left up in the air after the cliffhanger – it's slightly disappointing to not get answers. It just shows that the writers have written a completely enthralling retelling of the original story. We've no doubt that they'll return some time in the future.NVRLND #4 brings this genuinely wonderful series to close – and we can't wait to see what's in store for Peter Pan, Wendy, Tiger and of course Hook. Read Full Review

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