Melissa Sodano's Reviews > Fables, Vol. 14: Witches

Fables, Vol. 14 by Bill Willingham
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Jul 25, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: graphic, fantasy

** spoiler alert ** And just like that, the Fables series gets normal and fantastic again. The fables have to retreat to the farm for their safety, but nobody enjoys living in these cramped quarters now. This collection focuses on several of the witches and how this new scenario affects them all. Frau Totenkinder sneaks away from the farm to do who knows what, and Ozma uses this as an opportunity to take control of the 13th floor inhabitants. Meanwhile, Geppetto runs a campaign to take control over the entire farm, claiming he is the only one who can defeat Mister Dark, as he has done it before. Back in Fabletown, or at least a completely detached room that formerly used to be the business office, Bufkin must go head to head with Baba Yaga. In an unrelated issue ending this volume, we return to Haven as King Ambrose's doctrine of ruling with not bloodshed is tested by a goblin who drunkenly devours another citizen, a little squirrel named Mister Seedcrate. Though his beliefs are tested, he finds a way to find a happy medium, and then a way just be happy when he asks Red to stay the night with him. Finally.

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