Tag: Fanfic: Peter Pan

  • Lines in Sand and Sea (Peter Pan)

    Lines in Sand and Sea (Peter Pan)

    Genre/Verse: Fantasy, Peter PanLength/Rating: 100 words, PG, GenSummary: Peter’s the hero of the story, when he remembers.  (or: Saving Wendy from drowning, again.) Written for drabble_zone challenge #35: The Sky’s The Limit. There’s a hard blue line where sea gives way to sky. The ocean’s still and clear as glass, flattened by magic older and more ruthless than the […]

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  • Except (Peter Pan)

    Originally Posted: Sep. 21st, 2006 Length/Rating: 100 words, PG, Gen Pairing/Warnings: none Summary: Ever wonder why the pirates hate Peter Pan so much? PETER PAN is possibly still under copyright to Sir James Matthew Barrie and the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, but apparently it depends on who you ask. All rights reserved. No […]

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  • Pretend (Peter Pan)

    Originally Posted: Sep. 14th, 2006 Length/Rating: 100 words, PG, Gen Pairing/Warnings: none Summary: But what if… PETER PAN is possibly still under copyright to Sir James Matthew Barrie and the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, but apparently it depends on who you ask. All rights reserved. No copyright infringement is intended nor implied.

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  • Fair (Labyrinth/Peter Pan)

    Genre/Verse: Fantasy, Peter PanLength/Rating: 100 words, PG, GenOriginally Posted: Mar. 3rd, 2007Summary: The story was always the same… LABYRINTH is trademark and copyright Jim Henson Productions, Sony Pictures, and probably a few other folks. PETER PAN is possibly still under copyright to Sir James Matthew Barrie and the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, but apparently […]

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  • Her Neverland (Peter Pan)

    Originally Posted: Apr. 18th, 2006 Length/Rating: 100 words, PG, Gen Pairing/Warnings: none Summary: There’s a secret to Neverland. PETER PAN is possibly still under copyright to Sir James Matthew Barrie and the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, but apparently it depends on who you ask. All rights reserved. No copyright infringement is intended nor […]

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