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Fables, Vol. 13 by Bill Willingham
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Jan 31, 2012

it was ok
Read in January, 2012

This was the last Fables volume available at my local library, and I wish it had been better.

This volume is a crossover of all three of the Fables comics: Fables (original flavor), Jack of Fables, and The Literals. If you haven't read any of the Jack of Fables comics, and I didn't, it'll be a little jarring to be introduced to so many new characters all at once.

At the Farm, the Fables are trying to regroup and figure out what to do. Mister Dark's presence in NYC is affecting them, causing people give in to the darker parts of their natures. For Bigby and Beast, this means a knock-down, drag-out brawl. For Rose Red, this means sinking into a deep depression.

When Jack Horner calls, claiming to know how to prevent the end of the Fables, Bigby and Snow take off to see how valid his claims are.

The volume was rather disjointed for me. There's a lot of meta references, which get to be just a little too twee after a while.

Hopefully, my library will get Volume 14 in soon. And, hopefully, Volume 14 brings Fables back to its usual levels of ossomness.
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