Once Upon a Time Season 3 kicked off with a closer look at the wilds of Neverland, where last season's villains, Greg and Tamara, met their match when they faced off against the Lost Boys and Peter Pan's evil shadow. However, it was only Henry who got up close and personally with Pan himself — which he unfortunately didn't figure out until it was too late.
When we first met Peter (who's played by the perfectly elvish Robbie Kay), he was masquerading as an escaped Lost Boy who wanted off of the island, but at the end of the episode we learned that was all a trick. He wanted to test how Henry would react when put in a jam, and the savior's son passed with flying colors. Turns out, that's bad news for Henry.
Peter instantly went dark as he explained to Henry that he's been seeking "the heart of the truest believer," and Henry's faith that the pixie dust would work proved that he has that very special heart. "And now," Peter declared, "You, and it, are mine."
So, what do you think: Is this Peter Pan convincingly creepy? Is his motivation clever, or silly? Does he look how you imagined? In short, are you happy with where the show has gone for their new Big Bad?
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Catch the next episode of Once Upon a Time on Sunday, October 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.