Created by Scottish novelist J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan is a mischievous boy who can fly and never grows old. Pan first appeared in the 1902 novel The Little White Bird, but his most famous appearance was in the 1911 novel Peter and Wendy, in which he was described as a beautiful boy "clad in skeleton leaves and the juices that flow from trees." Capable of flight and seemingly without fear, Peter epitomizes brash youth and a spirit of adventure.
PETER PAN IN NEVERLAND
An orphan and street urchin, the young Peter is taken in by Jimmy Hook, for whom he becomes the leader of a gang of young pickpockets and thieves. Peter has a sharp mind and a devotion to Jimmy, who he sees as a father figure. For him, Neverland promises high adventure and a whole new world to explore.
When the Spartacus Rebel Army takes the valley, everyone finally gets a chance to party and celebrate the fact that Crixus is leaving. And Agron and Nasir have one of their best scenes ever
Crixus, the undefeated Gaul. The Primus. The dude who saved Naevia. And the tragic and yet somehow noble end of his story.
When the Romans take the city, Spartacus decides their best move is to run. And Gannicus proves himself worthy of all the praise that's so often heaped on him.