Alright, time to get this off my chest. Under the cut are my thoughts on Pan’s permanent demise on the show. If you’re not interested in his character or are genuinely thrilled that he’s gone for good, you probably should not continue reading.
Ok, guys, time for something that is bothering me for a while now:
See this?That’s the Darling family. All cute and happy. But listen to me:
First we have Daniel. He’s pratically Michael, and we can see something of his father, like his green eyes.
BUT now let’s look to Jane:
They have absolutely no similarity! You can say that’s because she’s too young, but please! She’s exactly like Wendy! So I started to see the movies again and wonder who she looks like. I mean, maybe she looks like her uncles or grandparents or…
And then I stopped. And looked at her hair.
Just bear with me now. Jane’s hair look a lot like her mother’s, just a little more… messy. And more reddish.
MORE MESSY AND REDDISH. WHO IS THE OTHER PERSON WITH A MESSY AND RED HAIR?!?THAT’S RIGHT:
NOW LOOK AT HIM. NOW LOOK AT HER:
CUTE LITLLE KIDS:
AND THEN FUSION:
Guys. GUYS. THAT NOSE IS PETER’S NOSE. THAT’S WENDY EYES. THE HAIR AND THE SMILE IS TOTALLY A FUSION.
I don’t know you guys, but I’m starting to think Disney DOES ship Peter and Wendy, just not in the way we thought.
Still bitter about what could have been if the Darlings and the rest of the gang weren’t pushed aside as secondary characters or completely discarded. I mean they would have been amazing, with stuff like Tiger and Peter fighting for Wendy and Rufio just being a dork who finds everything funny
I was about to do another DarlingPan Social Media (requested) then I wanted to show more characters Instagram, and I was just going to do Tigerlily, Wendy, Peter and Tink but it got outta hand and it wouldn’t all fit in the social media, so I put it here, and now I gotta finish the soical media for DarlingPan
Valentine’s Day is upon us and whether you have someone special to share it with or not, you can sidle up to some of these web series romances out there. Check them out below and tweet us your favorite!
Laura and Carmilla (Hollstein) – Carmilla
What is probably the most followed web series romance of all time, Hollstein broke their own hearts and the hearts of every single Creampuff. Their romance has everything. Literally, anything you can think of. Evil Dean? Check. Hot vampire? Check. Over-protective father? Check. Slow burn? Check. Angst? Check. Lady kisses? Double check. With three full seasons and a FEATURE FILM in the works, there’s just so much to love.
Leslie and Alex (Leslex) – The Leslie
I know, I know, we were all left hanging after season one’s cliffhanger when Spaghetti Jen decided to be spaghetti (eye roll) but what audiences remember most from this LA LGBTQ web series was Leslie and Alex. While Leslie struggled to find a girlfriend after newly coming out, she couldn’t see what was right in front of her, her very cute and very much available neighbor, Alex. Check out their painstakingly slow semi-romance bud to life.
Bea and Ben (Beadick) – Nothing Much to Do
This New Zealand web series did not fail to deliver in the romance department. A modern telling of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, audiences get a multi-vlog series featuring the lead characters. When it comes to Beadick there really isn’t any holding back. It’s your typical, “I hate her,” and “He’s so annoying,” shpeal but boy is it fun to see unfold. Don’t believe me? See what everyone else but Bea and Ben can see, for yourself.
Desmond and Othello (Desthello) – The Soliloquies of Santiago
How can I even begin to describe Desthello? Cute as fuck comes to mind, but also real. The chemistry between Des and Othello is that of pure passion. Whether they’re dealing with scandal, a devious Iago or defending each other’s sexuality, the couple perseveres against all unthinkable odds. Catch the entire first season today and fall in love with them over and over again, the way Shakespeare intended it to be.
Joan and Meg (Joan of March) – March Family Letters
Another crowd pleaser and ridiculously sappy romances in web series of all time is that of Joan and Meg from Cherrydale Productions and Pemberley Digital. We get an awesome modern adaption of Little Women, featuring a strong female cast and an unexpected romance (sometimes called Moan) between Meg and Joan. The series was written to perfection and delivered such a realistic storyline between the two that you’ll have yourself “aww-ing” at the screen and shooting hearteyes at both of them.
Lizzie and Darcy – The Lizzie Bennet Diaries
We’d be idiots if this adorable couple didn’t make our list. The web series that honestly set the bar for web series is still talked about today and beloved by many. Tales as old as time, a friendship out of convenience, denial of attraction, flirtation, more denial of attraction and finally acceptance. Climb aboard (or reboard, whatever) the good ship that is Lizzie and Darcy and prepare to swoon.
Dorothy and Connie (Dornie) – All For One
The slow burn between Dornie is TOO REAL. I mean, it is sloooooooooow but for fuck’s sake, it’s worth the wait. I don’t know what it is about literary web series that make romances that much more relatable, but I’ll take a modern day Three Musketeers featuring diverse women, any day. Their love story is pretty great, girl meets girl, they’re roommates, girl tries to kiss girl, other girl freaks out because she has a girlfriend…Say what? See what all the fun’s about yourself!
Peter and Wendy (Darling Pan) – The New Adventures of Peter & Wendy
I’m not going to lie, when I was younger and watched Peter Pan I totally loved seeing Peter and Wendy together. So imagine my surprise when I came across this series a few months back. Soon to be entering its third season, audiences can expect so much more from the couple dubbed Darling Pan. They’re goofy, they’re cute, they’re the perfect balance for each other, even when things get a bit rocky. Sprinkle some pixie dust, prepare to fly and join Peter and Wendy on their adventures in Neverland…Ohio. Neverland, Ohio.