Born in 1860 in Scotland, J.M. Barrie grew up to become a successful playwright. After moving to London, England, to write plays, he met the Llewelyn Davies boys. These children ended up being the inspiration for his most popular work, Peter Pan (also known as The Boy Who Never Grew Up). Barrie died in 1937 in London. Ever fond of children, he left the copyright for Peter Pan to a children's hospital in London to help fund treatments for ailing kids. Fernando Cano is an emerging illustrator born in Mexico City, Mexico. He currently resides in Monterrey, Mexico, where he works as a full-time illustrator and colorist at Graphikslava studio. He has done illustration work for Marvel, DC Comics, and role-playing games like Pathfinder from Paizo Publishing. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with friends, singing, rowing, and drawing.