Captain Hook vs Peter Pan on the cover of TLOS IV
|Also known as|
|Other Traits||A sharp metal hook on his right arm|
|Land of Stories|
|First Appearance||Beyond the Kingdoms|
|Appeared in Book(s)||Beyond the Kingdoms, An Author's Odyssey|
Captain Hook is the well-known antagonist from the story ''Peter Pan'' by J.M. Barrie. He's a one-handed pirate from Neverland who is always trying to best Peter Pan. In the original story, he wants revenge from Peter for feeding his hand to a crocodile.
For more on J.M. Barrie's character, click here.
Appearance and Personality
He is tall, with long curly hair, and wears a large black hat and a heavy coat with massive shoulders. His right hand has been replaced with a sharp metal hook. He is vicious, and easily angered.
He has a ship called the Jolly Roger.
In Beyond the Kingdoms, Captain Hook agrees to help the Masked Man and travels into Alice in Wonderland (and later into the Land of Stories) with him, his ship and his pirates.
In An Author's Odyssey, he and the other literary villains grow impatient with the Masked Man, and when he fails to keep his promise, they try to kill him. Together with the Queen of Hearts and the Wicked Witch of the West, Captain Hook takes over reign of the Land of Stories.
"You promised me Peter Pan!"
"And you can't give me Peter Pan if you don't have Peter Pan!''
"I rather like this world,There are no Lost Boys,mermaids or Indians to fight.And if Peter Pan is here,there is no reason to return to Neverland."