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Fables: Farewell (Issue 150) - Written by Bill Willingham, Illustrated by Mark Buckingham

The final volume of Fables wraps up several plot lines and serves as a conclusion but not an ending. After all, the Fables are quasi-immortal beings and there will always be more stories for them, even if they won’t be told in the series… 559 more words


Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham 4 (January 2016)

Here’s the concept for the issue (Gaiman loves his concepts)–Miracleman sells his sperm. Women without children can get the sperm and have star children. Saves the trouble of monoliths and killer computers. 350 more words


Miracleman 4

Today, Drew and Patrick are discussing Miracleman 4, originally released November 4th, 2015.

Drew: What is religion for? Having not grown up with religion, I’ve never really understood. 1,384 more words

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Review: Fairest Vol. 5: The Clamour for Glamour by Mark Buckingham and Bill Willingham

Title: Fairest Vol. 5: The Clamour for Glamour

Author: Mark Buckingham and Bill Willingham

Publisher: Vertigo

Source: Borrowed

Check this book out on Goodreads. 384 more words


Bill Willingham's Fables 5

Bill Willingham (writer), Mark Buckingham, Tony Atkins, Jimmy Palmiotti and Steve Leialoha (artists), Todd Klein (letterer), Fables Vol. 5: The Mean Seasons (Vertigo 2005)

Another loan from one of my generous sons. 273 more words


Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham 3 (December 2015)

Well, it’s easily the best Miracleman from Gaiman so far. Still no Miracleman, but the comic is pretty solid. It’s pretending to be high concept but isn’t (it’s actually the template for lots of the standard, and acceptable, Vertigo series of the early nineties). 203 more words