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Jack Of Fables TP Vol 09 The End by Sturges, Matthew, Willingham, Bill (2011) Paperback
Jack Of Fables TP Vol 09 The End by Sturges, Matthew, Willingham, Bill (2011) Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up!, 24 Mar. 2016
The subtitle of this volume should give you a clue. Jack, despite giving us some entertaining stories was beginning to wear a little thin. This is his chance to go out with a bang. And he does.

The art is great with the last issue practically being one panel per page. The sense of scope and drama visually matches the dramatic nature of the action.

Thumbs Up!


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4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up!, 24 Mar. 2016
The subtitle of this volume should give you a clue. Jack, despite giving us some entertaining stories was beginning to wear a little thin. This is his chance to go out with a bang. And he does.

The art is great with the last issue practically being one panel per page. The sense of scope and drama visually matches the dramatic nature of the action.

Thumbs Up!


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4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up!, 24 Mar. 2016
The subtitle of this volume should give you a clue. Jack, despite giving us some entertaining stories was beginning to wear a little thin. This is his chance to go out with a bang. And he does.

The art is great with the last issue practically being one panel per page. The sense of scope and drama visually matches the dramatic nature of the action.

Thumbs Up!


Jack Of Fables TP Vol 09 The End
Jack Of Fables TP Vol 09 The End
by Matthew Sturges
Edition: Paperback
Price: £13.50

4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up!, 24 Mar. 2016
The subtitle of this volume should give you a clue. Jack, despite giving us some entertaining stories was beginning to wear a little thin. This is his chance to go out with a bang. And he does.

The art is great with the last issue practically being one panel per page. The sense of scope and drama visually matches the dramatic nature of the action.

Thumbs Up!


[( The Fulminate Blade (Jack of Fables #08) By Willingham, Bill ( Author ) Paperback Feb - 2011)] Paperback
[( The Fulminate Blade (Jack of Fables #08) By Willingham, Bill ( Author ) Paperback Feb - 2011)] Paperback
by Bill Willingham
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up, 24 Mar. 2016
Here is one more tale of Jack’s dully heroic son Jack. It’s an ok piece built around a single reveal at the end. From any other author or in any other series this would be acceptable but the humour and eloquence Willingham is capable of delivering leaves this tale coming up short. There are some funnies along the way and the world is suitably quirky but this isn’t all Fables can be.

Ironically the art is some of the most structurally free and innovative. There are few if any traditional panel grids and we see our first landscape drawing forcing you to turn the book the other way.

A Thumbs Up but still a poor relation.


Jack Of Fables TP Vol 08 The Fulminate Blade TP by Sturges, Matthew, Willingham, Bill (2011) Paperback
Jack Of Fables TP Vol 08 The Fulminate Blade TP by Sturges, Matthew, Willingham, Bill (2011) Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up, 24 Mar. 2016
Here is one more tale of Jack’s dully heroic son Jack. It’s an ok piece built around a single reveal at the end. From any other author or in any other series this would be acceptable but the humour and eloquence Willingham is capable of delivering leaves this tale coming up short. There are some funnies along the way and the world is suitably quirky but this isn’t all Fables can be.

Ironically the art is some of the most structurally free and innovative. There are few if any traditional panel grids and we see our first landscape drawing forcing you to turn the book the other way.

A Thumbs Up but still a poor relation.


Jack of Fables Vol. 8: The Fulminate Blade by Willingham, Bill, Sturges, Matthew (2011) Paperback
Jack of Fables Vol. 8: The Fulminate Blade by Willingham, Bill, Sturges, Matthew (2011) Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up, 24 Mar. 2016
Here is one more tale of Jack’s dully heroic son Jack. It’s an ok piece built around a single reveal at the end. From any other author or in any other series this would be acceptable but the humour and eloquence Willingham is capable of delivering leaves this tale coming up short. There are some funnies along the way and the world is suitably quirky but this isn’t all Fables can be.

Ironically the art is some of the most structurally free and innovative. There are few if any traditional panel grids and we see our first landscape drawing forcing you to turn the book the other way.

A Thumbs Up but still a poor relation.


Jack of Fables: Fulminate Blade v. 8 (Jack of Fables 8)
Jack of Fables: Fulminate Blade v. 8 (Jack of Fables 8)
by Bill Willingham
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up, 24 Mar. 2016
Here is one more tale of Jack’s dully heroic son Jack. It’s an ok piece built around a single reveal at the end. From any other author or in any other series this would be acceptable but the humour and eloquence Willingham is capable of delivering leaves this tale coming up short. There are some funnies along the way and the world is suitably quirky but this isn’t all Fables can be.

Ironically the art is some of the most structurally free and innovative. There are few if any traditional panel grids and we see our first landscape drawing forcing you to turn the book the other way.

A Thumbs Up but still a poor relation.


Jack of Fables: New Adventures of Jack and Jack
Jack of Fables: New Adventures of Jack and Jack
by Bill Willingham
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up!, 24 Mar. 2016
This is another excellent tale that goes to show not all stories are predictable. Most of the book features Jack’s son who is shaping up to be an interesting fellow. Jack himself is preoccupied with another imaginative problem. The book is subtle and straightforward with a very limited cast which makes a big change from The Great Crossover Event and a nice way to wind down from such epic adventure.

The art is great and the new artists do a superb job. The layout is creative and dynamic when it needs to be but not afraid to be traditional. Willingham also finds a way to include the artist change in the story as he did previously. It’s these unusual touches that really set Fables apart from other narratives which is what you want in a story about stories.

Thumbs Up!


Jack Of Fables TP Vol 07 New Advs Of Jack & Jack by Willingham, Bill, Roberson, Chris, Sturges, Matthew (2010) Paperback
Jack Of Fables TP Vol 07 New Advs Of Jack & Jack by Willingham, Bill, Roberson, Chris, Sturges, Matthew (2010) Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs Up!, 24 Mar. 2016
This is another excellent tale that goes to show not all stories are predictable. Most of the book features Jack’s son who is shaping up to be an interesting fellow. Jack himself is preoccupied with another imaginative problem. The book is subtle and straightforward with a very limited cast which makes a big change from The Great Crossover Event and a nice way to wind down from such epic adventure.

The art is great and the new artists do a superb job. The layout is creative and dynamic when it needs to be but not afraid to be traditional. Willingham also finds a way to include the artist change in the story as he did previously. It’s these unusual touches that really set Fables apart from other narratives which is what you want in a story about stories.

Thumbs Up!


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