Wendy, John and Michael are three children who live a boring life in London, but their dreams are far more interesting: in them, they watch a flying boy called Peter Pan battle the scary pirate Captain Hook. Though their mother has not heard of such a boy, the children soon discover that he is very real – but only to children. Alongside Peter and his fairy friend Tink, the trio flies away with Peter to Neverland – a place where you never grow old and each day is filled with fun and games. Alongside the Lost Boys, jealous mermaids, and a cast of other playful characters, Wendy, John and Michael will have many adventures and go up against not only Captain Hook and his gang, but also a cantankerous old crocodile!
After the death of his father, the young Jim Hawkins has lived a quiet life helping his mother run their Admiral Benbow Inn; but he and his mother’s life change forever when the drunken scoundrel Billy Bones arrives at their door. Through a series of harrowing events, Billy dies, leaving Jim a treasure map that leads to the famed fortune of the dreaded Captain Flint; and with the help of two local gentlemen the trio (along with Jim’s feline friend) set out to find a ship and crew to achieve their goals. In the nearby town of Bristol they find the one-legged John Silver who joins their ship, as well as several others. However, as the journey begins, Jim soon realizes that things may not be as they seem…
Pirates, treasure and a harrowing adventure accompany both Peter Pan no Bouken and Takarajima - well, I suppose Peter Pan is a lot less harrowing. ;)
Aimed at the same audience (children) with a similar animation style and tone, if you liked one you'd definitely enjoy the other.