The Wishing Well is a written story, illustrated by Al Hubbard. It features Tinker Bell.


A short written explanation of who Tinker Bell is and how, for the purposes of her travels on Earth, she made a wish at a Wishing Well in Neverland for her non-pixie friends to be able to understand her speech. This is illustrated by a picture of Tinker Bell standing in front of said Wishing Well.

Behind the scenesEdit

This short written story was published only once in English, in Four Color #896, entitled Adventures of Tinker Bell. It serves as an explanation for why Tink (in stories printed in that issue, and others) seems able to be fully understood by various characters other than Peter Pan.

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