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
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
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. 366 more words
By: Mark Buckingham (story), Russ Braun (art), Lee Loughridge (colors)
The Story: Has Reynard found his rebound girl?
The Review: In what has to be a burst of psychological insight—or stating the obvious, you decide—I’ve realized why Reynard is so determined to make it with this human thing. 702 more words
By: Toby Litt (story), Mark Buckingham (layouts), Ryan Kelly (finishes), Lee Loughridge (colors)
The Story: Even ghosts can have daddy issues.
The Review: We’ve had a lot of fun with the Dead Boy Detectives’ miscellaneous adventures, but now seems like the right time for us to grapple with more long-term material. 696 more words
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