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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

5 Stars

Fables #144 Review

This article was originally published at Infinite Comix on September 19, 2014.

This isn’t a fairytale. It’s a horror story.

Fables #144 moves away from the scattered composition of earlier chapters in “Happily Ever After” and focuses almost entirely on a single story. 457 more words


Fairest #29 – Review

By: Mark Buckingham (story), Russ Braun (art), Lee Loughridge (colors)

The Story: Some parties you want to be rescued from. This isn’t one of them. 654 more words


Dead Boy Detectives #8 – Review

By: Toby Litt (story), Mark Buckingham (layouts), Ryan Kelly (finishes), Lee Loughridge (colors)

The Story: It’s hard to tell the difference between the living and the dead in a nursing home. 730 more words


Fables #143 Review

This article was originally published at Infinite Comix on August 22, 2014.

Fables is ending.

That’s not a surprise. Bill Willingham announced its conclusion almost a year ago. 543 more words


The Most Depressing Batman Story Ever: A Long Slow Death

Alan Grant writes a back up story in the 75th issue of the Shadow of the Bat title. This was around the time of ‘No Man’s Land,’ which was another name for the now-defunct Lilith Festival an event where Gotham City had been subjected to an earthquake that cut it off from the outside world. 239 more words

Comic Books

REVIEW: Fables, Vol. 2: Animal Farm by Bill Willingham & Mark Buckingham (Illustrator)

Ever since they were driven from their homelands by the Adversary, the non-human Fables have been living on the Farm—a vast property in upstate New York that keeps them hidden from the prying eyes of the mundane world.
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Graphic Novel