Kim Miner Litton's Reviews > Fables, Vol. 6: Homelands

Fables, Vol. 6 by Bill Willingham
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Mar 23, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: graphic-novel
Read in March, 2011

Took me a while to get into the Jack story at the beginning of this one, but once it had gotten going I was pretty happy with it. The best part of this is the heroic storyline that Blue gets in the Homelands, and the fact that you get to see what the homelands look like after the emperor took over.

One think about this series. Sometimes in a story a plot point comes up and you find yourself thinking, "Well, I already know what is going to happen and here I have to sit and wait until the main characters figure it out." Fables isn't like that. The characters are with it. You don't have to agonize through storylines with stupid heroes, and the author doesn't assume his readers are stupid.

Plus, I love how Prince Charming's character is going. He's not just an inept pretty boy. His schemes often WORK, he just has trouble juggling them.

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