Thank God that we know about Snow White, I would have died from suspense without the information. Surely that would be interesting "She died wanting tThank God that we know about Snow White, I would have died from suspense without the information. Surely that would be interesting "She died wanting to know the end, but no, she never knew" and it would be enterely pathetic too.
Ehem, yeah... now review! This volume talks about what the Fables call "The farm". That place is a really big piece of land on the outskirts, where the Fables who aren't capable of maintain human form live. Snow White is going with Red Rose to return Colin, the very gracious pig who we saw marauding on the first saga, but there's so much more going on in the farm. On the shadows they talk about socialism, a silent revolution where they recover the lands that the adversary took from them. They got arms, they got info and they got leaders. But what they don't have is permission from the main fables on the city and worse, they aren't gonna ask for it. I think that this one is more about knowing the different Fables, the ones that we didn't see before, the animal ones. Shere Khan, King Louie, the three bears, the robin, frogs, giants and more, they are all there. We can see too the relation that they have with the one on the city, the human, the privileged ones and obviously they don't like to be treated like just animals when once a time they were important fables on their land and remember and want back that place. We see a little too about Red Rose and Snow White and discover why the first hates with a passion at her sister, but mainly this is about the animals, the difference on classes, the disadvantage of ones and the plans. I think that we discover too how is that they lost the Original Fables lands, but I'm not sure. This was good, and the final was better than the previous volume. I like that on this series we get the end and an epilogue after that, it makes everything more complete. We almost don't see the other ones (Prince charming, Blue boy, the wolf) but again, this was about the animal fables. It's more interesting and learning more about Fables' world makes the story better and better, hope it keeps going like that.
(On another note, I'm reading the samples of this one, but making reviews on the volumes, because the other way is such a drag...) ...more
¿Es en serio? ¿ESA fue la muerte de Peter Parke, adolescente con poderes arácnidos y sarcástico empedernido? ¡NO LO ACEPTO! Lo que el universo de Ulti¿Es en serio? ¿ESA fue la muerte de Peter Parke, adolescente con poderes arácnidos y sarcástico empedernido? ¡NO LO ACEPTO! Lo que el universo de Ultimate le ha hecho al arácnido no es nada a la altura de la fama de este heroe de Marvel. Sí, claro que es heroico, pero no es la clase de muerte que esperas para alguién con sus zapatos. Es como la muerte de Itachi o la de Kakashi. TONTA con palabras mayúsculas y por respeto a los que sí les gusto no uso otra palabra. Se nota que las partes para hacer este omnibus fueron utilizados desde muchos comics, por ejemplo los Avengers y obviamente el mismo Spider-Man, porque el arte va desde bueno, malo y genial. Me encantó la introducción de IceMan, La antorcha humana y varios de los otros X-Men, aunque eso sí, la directora de SHIELD merece morir por ser tan estúpida. Una de las cosas que me molestó fue que la imagen que más te queda grabada (view spoiler)[esa donde Peter va con el tío Ben... casi lloro (hide spoiler)] te la dan solo como muestra de una de las portadas. La muerte de Spider-Man es un comic que pude haber pasado toda mi vida sin leer y no arrepentirme, salvo por la curiosidad. Así que para ellos va recomendado esto, sólo para curiosos sin tanto interés.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>...more
Its really a good thing being a anonymous hero? What about an anonymous villain? Civil War its about decissions and doing all that superheroes do, theIt´s really a good thing being a anonymous hero? What about an anonymous villain? Civil War it´s about decissions and doing all that superheroes do, the right thing. I liked the art a lot, but I have seen better from Marvel. The story is other thing. Be loyal and choose between the people you defend or your friends, liberty and safety live. What is more important? Liberty or people?...more
Definitivamente recomendado para los fans de Batman o el Joker, para nadie más. ¿Porqué? Pues porque no es nada muy impresionante. Lo atrayente de estDefinitivamente recomendado para los fans de Batman o el Joker, para nadie más. ¿Porqué? Pues porque no es nada muy impresionante. Lo atrayente de este comic es que te cuenta el origen de el Joker y definitivamente el arte es bueno, pero creo que sería todo. Es un clásico que todo fan de los comics debe de haber leído alguna vez o que debe estárselo planteando seriamente....more
Woah, woah, woah!!! Suddenly you get Fables on Mexico!!! Ya-ja!!! Man, I really wanted to read this, and one day I went to the bookstore and there itWoah, woah, woah!!! Suddenly you get Fables on Mexico!!! Ya-ja!!! Man, I really wanted to read this, and one day I went to the bookstore and there it was, Fables' #1. It was such a beautiful moment that I just had to commemorate it buying a lot of manga at the same time. A good day indeed. What Bill Willinghan and the drawers (that are really good, I can't draw a straight line for my life) got to us are the exiles Fables living everyday on a normal city, keepig their's secrets, trying to be content, but they're not because they do not have their real place, nor money and nor a real government. All because to being distracted and worship themselves, then the enemy came and take everything from them. In this saga we see an assasination case, and some of the main figures of the fable community. We got Snow White, the Wolf, Belle and the Beast, the Blue child, the charming prince (who is more bastard than charming), a little bit of Cinderella and a lot more. It's very interesting to see how they relate between themselves, I mean, who didn't tought sometime that all the princess knew each other and were friends? (please don't tell me it was only me D:), or that the Bad Wolf was the same wolf each time? It's fun to see, especially with the cynical and egoistical that are some of them. And well, you surely weren't expecting the Big Bad Wolf to be the almost-kinda-not-at-all-good-guy here right? He got a good nose to resolve misteries haha (?). Liked this a lot, hope that the authors keep going with the the amazing work, or, why not? made everything better, for us and for the fables. ...more