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Fables, Vol. 14 by Bill Willingham
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Dec 28, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: graphic-novel, 2010-books, fairy-tales

Oh, Fables. It's so nice to have you back after the unsatisfying interlude that was Fables: The Great Fables Crossover. That was basically the Jack series with cameo appearances by Bigby and Snow. And the Jack series is far inferior to Fables.

One of the things I love most about Fables is that characters that seem like they're harmless/comic relief/side characters get to shine and show that they're way more badass than you'd ever given them credit for. This time it's Bufkin's (the flying monkey's) turn to show what he's made of.

Mister Dark is a very scary villain (unlike those lame, strange Literals from Jack; I'm sorry I keep harping on this, but I get bitter when spin-offs take a great idea and make it lackluster). I'm sure that he will be defeated eventually, but I'm worried about who will be sacrificed before that happens (because this series is not shy at all about killing beloved characters).
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