John Kirk's Reviews > Fables, Vol. 7: Arabian Nights (and Days)

Fables, Vol. 7 by Bill Willingham
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Jan 28, 12

Read on January 27, 2012 — I own a copy

I enjoyed the main story: much as I like the European fables, it made things more interesting to get the Arabian fables involved too. I was actually quite impressed to see Prince Charming take a moral stand against the slave trade. There were also some funny scenes, e.g. with Ride and Flycatcher.

The final story (Rodney and June) was good too: I liked seeing some sympathetic characters among the Adversary's forces, rather than them being uniformly evil. This theme is developed later in the series, and it makes sense when you consider that the empire grew through conquest.

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