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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

Comics

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

News

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

Comics

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

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Award-Winning Guests Buckingham, Maguire, Martin, and Runton Come to Baltimore

Celebrate the 16th annual Baltimore Comic-Con the weekend of September 25-27, 2015 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Buy your VIP and General Admission Tickets now and avoid ticket lines! 1,026 more words

Conventions

Award-Winning Guests Buckingham, Maguire, Martin, and Runton Come to Baltimore

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – June 29, 2015 – Celebrate the 16th annual Baltimore Comic-Con the weekend of September 25-27, 2015 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Buy your VIP and General Admission… 1,125 more words

Comics

Mr. Vertigo Reviews 40: The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 1– The Faust Act; Dead Boy Detectives Vol. 1 – Schoolboy Terrors; Animal Man Vol. 4 – Splinter Species

The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 1– The Faust Act
Kieron Gillen, writer; Jamie McKelvie & Matthew Wilson, artists
Image Comics

A story about twelve gods who incarnate as humans every ninety years, only to die two years later. 965 more words

Vertigo Comics