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Fairy tale Noir

A review of Bill Wittingham’s Fables Vol 1: Legends in Exile (Vertigo, 2003)

By Derek Newman-Stille

Fables volume 1 begins with the words “Once upon a time in a fictional land called New York City” and with that, the graphic novel opens up the complications between ideas of reality and fiction, fairy tale and memory. 301 more words


38. A Lesson from "Politically Correct Bedtime Stories."

In my prior blog post, I talked about Politically Correct Bedtime Stories, and how I took the bait. But then on second thought, I got to wondering: Is there anything that a writer can learn from this? 426 more words

Fables By: Bill Willingham Review (Deluxe Edition Book One)

When I say Snow White what comes to mind? Do you envision a calm, easy-going, meek princess hiding in the woods with seven dwarves as company? 967 more words


Book Bag: Witches and Princes

I finally finished Surprised by Hope, the book that both delighted and troubled me for the last few months of 2016. With that done and dusted, I have turned to some light relief in my reading, picking up a Fable comic and some good old chick lit. 599 more words

Book Bag

Willingham Barbarian

I had Mr. Willingham do this one for me in 1989 while I was at the Dallas Fantasy Fair.

Angel: The End – Book Review

Finished reading

Angel: The End

by David Peter et al



I’ve had this book for years now. I bought it before some other editions that came before it in the order of reading. 452 more words

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