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Review: Fables #150 Bids a Fond Farewell With an Emotional Finale

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on July 24, 2015.

Endings are difficult no matter what kind of story you’re telling. The longer a story goes, the more praise it wins, or the larger its audience grows only makes the creation of a great ending more difficult. 1,138 more words


Today the 160pg Final Issue of Fables Was Released

We knew it was coming, but that doesn’t make it any less sad.  The last issue of Fables has arrived, issue #150.  The issue rings in at a full 160 pages, which also makes it Fables vol. 609 more words


REVIEW: Fables #150

Fables was one of the comics I cut my teeth on, and it will always hold a special place on my shelf. Today, the final (mega) issue of… 38 more words


Gen Con's The Comic Book Writer's Track

While Gen Con has traditionally had a writer’s symposium, the best four days of gaming has gotten even better adding a writer’s track specifically for those interested in creating comic books. 177 more words


Fables 150: Farewell Will Make You Cry

Fables, one of Vertigo’s most well-loved series, ends this month. The series, written by Bill Willingham, started in 2002, spawned three spin-off series, a crossover with Unwritten, a novel, and a video game. 691 more words


Why you should read Fables

Having read Fables Volume 21, I figured there would be no point of doing a review for the second to last volume of the just finished ongoing series, so instead I’ll be doing a why you should read it instead. 316 more words

Fables: Animal Farm Discussion

Fables, Volume 2: Animal Farm
by Bill Willingham (2003)

Fables Buddy Read & Blog Tour

Volume 2: Animal Farm
This volume takes Snow and Red to the Farm, where non-human Fables live out their lives safe from Mundy eyes.

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