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Fables #142 Review

This article was originally published at DC Infinite on July 17, 2014.

Fables #142 features a lot of staples commonly seen in the superhero genre, specifically those labelled “events.” Great power is mustered, legendary beings are called forth, and characters die. 627 more words


Fairest #27 (DC/Vertigo)

CREDIT: DC/Vertigo

Rating: 4/5 – Buckingham Proves He’s Been Paying Attention All These Years.

by ComicSpectrum reviewer Adam Alamo.

I’ve said it before and I’ll continue to sing its praises until the series finale and beyond: I think Fables is one of the best comic series I’ve ever read. 467 more words


Fairest #27 – Review

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

The Story: Even a fox loses his charm once he turns human.

The Review: And we’re back! 679 more words


Fairest #27 Preview

In this new epic, refugees from Fabletown have returned to New York’s Castle Dark, and Reynard, now able to shapeshift from fox to man, travels the mundane world to regale the animals with tales of his exploits, rubbing the other Fables’ noses in his good fortune. 48 more words


Hanging with the Dead Boys


‘Neil Gaiman has given me permission to write Death.’

About nine months ago, I found myself whispering this sentence to a comics’ fan. It was an attempt to impress them. 945 more words


Review of Fables #141 (no major spoilers)

The following review contains no major spoilers for Fables #141, but will discuss elements of previous chapters in relation to it. 

Fables #141 marks the beginning of the end for this long-running, well-loved series. 453 more words


Fables 141

Today, Drew and Patrick are discussing Fables 141, originally released June 18th, 2014.

Drew: Long before I ever read a page of Fables, I remember thinking that populating a story with only folktale characters would be incredibly limiting.  1,241 more words

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