A coming of age tale told through the eyes of a group of French orphans during World War 2 who are saved by a brave and daring American boy named Peter.
As they travel together, they get tangled up in the French Resistance in Paris,
fighting a growing German presence under the leadership of a fanatical SS
officer (The Hook) hell bent on wiping them out!
In Volume 3, having faced the wrath of The Hook, Peter and the Lost Boys join forces with the Braves in guerilla warfare from their secret hideout in the Sticks. This time, Felix is the man with the memories, and as Mr. Parsons soon learns, he's not eager to revisit that life.
Using the Peter Pan story as a touchstone,
Peter Panzerfaust reinvents familiar character and plot elements in a unique and creative way.
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Peter Panzerfaust, Volume 3: Cry of the Wolf based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The “crocodile” enters into the story – betrayal and more wartime activity In this third volume of a comic collection which runs to at least 5 volumes, we meet Peter Panzerfaust as his group of Lost Boys and the Darlings are betrayed by one of their group. The story told in sepia tones is engaging and nicely-illustrated as warfare continues as the Germans advance through France. I've got the next two volumes to work through and it should be worth the journey. Recommended for its novel perspective, continued action and developing characters.