Here's Peter Pan as you've never seen him before! J. M. Barrie's immortal hero takes on a steampunk attitude in a dashing combination of Victorian and sci-fi styles. This unique interpretation of the beloved storybook character also features vibrant paper doll versions of Wendy, Tinker Bell, Captain ... read more
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Here's Peter Pan as you've never seen him before! J. M. Barrie's immortal hero takes on a steampunk attitude in a dashing combination of Victorian and sci-fi styles. This unique interpretation of the beloved storybook character also features vibrant paper doll versions of Wendy, Tinker Bell, Captain Hook, the Lost Boys, and other characters from the adventure classic. Each doll comes with a variety of stylized outfits.
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