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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

Reviews

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

Fiction

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

★★

Expectation

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

Thing Of The Moment