What originally started out as plans for a scrap ended up being another deviation. What fun.
Anyhow, this sprang from the realization that in Japanese "Peter Pan" (ピーターパン
) and "Pita Bread" (ピタパン
) are both pronounced similarly. Hence in my pun lust I dove into the idea.
Alright, ready your vomit buckets 'cause there's a whole slew of "clever" names coming up:
So Pita Pan is a boy made of pita who lives in Kneaderland where he never grows stale. With the help of some fiery dust from Tinder Bell, he can fry through the skies. His regular activities include leading his gang of Dough Boys against the nefarious Captain Cook (complete with eggbeater hand after the oven-timer crocodial ate his old one), and filling his pockets with hummus
. He also has a spatula for dueling and turning things over.
Where are Wendy, Michael, and John? Well, for my convenience we'll say their family are avid weeaboos
and eat only rice. They'll have nothing to do with bread.
Since I was originally planning this for scraps, you'll notice the lines are thicker. Typically the thicker the lines, the "kiddier" my drawings, so I ended up giving him a funkier anatomy. Fun I say. The background again took some time, but it was well worth it - just don't lecture me on how my pirate ship won't work or is wrong thanks to my knowing nothing of sails, and ships, and pirates.
Also the giant round thing on the island is a rising lump of dough.
Made in Flash
PS - there is no need to tell me that "Pan" is also Spanish for bread. About a hundred people before you have told me that already.