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Stacking the Shelves (11)

This week I’ll once again be taking part in Stacking the Shelves hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. The idea of for Stacking the Shelves is to talk about the books you’ve bought, borrowed, etc. 789 more words

Stacking The Shelves

Fables 145

Today, Drew and Patrick are discussing Fables 145, originally released October 15th, 2014.

The term ‘archetype’ is often misunderstood as meaning a certain definite mythological image or motif…On the contrary, an inherited tendency of the human mind to form representations of mythological motifs — representations that vary a great deal without losing their basic pattern…

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Fables #145 Review

This article was originally published at Infinite Comix on October 16, 2014.

It’s beginning to feel like Fables is spinning its wheels. The first few issues of “Happily Ever After” laid compelling groundwork for a series of conflicts and confrontations that would make for a fittingly legendary end to this series. 412 more words

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Dynamite to spin off Willingham's Legenderry into three new series

  

Bill Willingham’s Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure was one of this year’s best ideas, a combination of steampunk, superhero mash-up, and just plain great retro fun.  252 more words

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Preview: Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure #7

Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure #7

Bill Willingham (w)
Sergio Fernandez Davila (a)
Joe Benitez (c)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+
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Bill Willingham Joins Amtrak's Residency Program

Amtrak has announced the 24 members of the literary community that will make up the first group for their Amtrak Residency program. The group will be working on their writing projects while enjoing a trip on Amtrak trains. 82 more words

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REVIEW: Fables Vol. 3: Storybook Love by Bill Willingham & Mark Buckingham

In the Fables’ world, there isn’t a lot of happily-ever-after to go around. As refugees from the lands of make-believe, the Fables have been driven from their storybook realms and forced to blend in with our gritty, mundane reality. 208 more words

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