Award-winning and worldwide bestselling Australian author Tom Taylor (Marvel’s Dark Ages, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, Dark Knights of Steel) and powerhouse Australian artist Jon Sommariva (Marvel Action: Avengers, Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) whisk readers off to Neverland - but this gritty reimagining isn’t the Peter Pan you remember.
Bee and her fellow runaways are their own found family. So when a stranger named Paco saves her life, Bee invites him to join their crew, thinking he's another lost teen. The truth is Paco's not just a lost teen, he's a Lost Boy from Neverland. And he needs Bee and the others to come back with him.
When the group is then spirited away by a foul-mouthed Tinker Bell, they discover that Neverland is not some fun-filled hideaway. It's a war zone under siege by a horde of pirates with a merciless new leader who will stop at nothing to steal the land's magic. Tink leads a fairy army that barely holds them at bay. Peter Pan is gone. And rest of the Lost Boys have been killed. Paco is all that remains ... but he hopes that this group of teens will become the new Lost Ones. These young
runaways may be Neverland's only hope - but they're about to learn that it'll take a lot more than happy thoughts to win a war.
TOM TAYLOR is a #1 New York Times bestselling and award-winning author, BAFTA-nominated screenwriter, and GLAAD
Award nominee. He’s written for DCeased, Suicide Squad, Spider-Man, X-Men, and more. His comics have sold
over 8 million copies in the US—and over 10 million globally. He is also the co-creator, executive producer, and lead writer of the animated series the Deep, which is based on his graphic novels and can be seen in over 140 countries. He lives with his family in Australia, but you can visit him at tomtaylormade.com or follow him on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @TomTaylorMade.
JON SOMMARIVA (also known as Red J) has been the artist for such bestselling comics as Batman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Wars, and the Avengers, and he’s sold well over a million copies of his comics. He lives with his family in
Australia, but you can follow him @sommariva on Instagram and @JonSommariva on Twitter