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Fables Vol. 6: Homelands (Fables (Graphic Novels)) by [Willingham, Bill]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 66826 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Vertigo (16 Dec. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0064W66GK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #206,806 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This volume comprises two main stories. Firstly, a stand alone about Jack of the Tales exploits in Hollywood, a light hearted and fun story with a vaguely satirical edge. The second takes us back to the main story as we see Boy Blue embark on a dangerous mission into the Homelands. This is really the first look we get of the Homelands and is something of a treat, as is the new look Boy Blue.
As always the artwork and writing is excellent.
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This volume contains some of the answers to the big mystery surrounding the adversary that the series has been building up to, and I for one was not disappointed. The action in this volume is amazing with Boy Blue given a chance to shine as the main hero, and the reveals as to what has been happening in the homelands are both shocking, but actually make a lot of sense.
So far this has been one of the very best ongoing series that I can remember reading, the artwork has always been first class, but the writing really raises it to a higher level!
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...and when he is, it all becomes clear.
Boy Blue didn't evoke images of 'kickass-action-hero' in me, but give him some equipment, including the Vorpal sword, and here's some serious trouble heading for the finally-to-be-revealed Adversary. And Jack in Hollywood was a nice vignette as well. I'd like to hear more about the diminutive Jill though!
Great stuff, getting better all the time, as if that were possible. The in-jokes keep flowing, as do the twists and wry tweaks on old-established fairy-tales. And the revelation of the Adverary's spy in Fabletown...woohoo! I always thought the fairy-tale in which this character appeared needed some serious revision-and here it comes...
There's also a hint that maybe Bigby and Snow will re-enter the story. About time! I miss Bigby and Snow! I really want to know what happened to him and his rogue Zephyr kid during the five years that have now elapsed. Did he really avoid all contact with Snow? How are those flying babies developing?
Of course, the Boy Blue-Red Riding Hood affair also has to be resolved. And there's Baba Yaga festering in the dungeon and...
A cunning story-teller Bill Willingham is, and I admire him more each day. Here's material for at least three more years, and probably more. I shall continue to refuse to buy the comics individually and so will have to pine for the next compilation with baited breath, meanwhile probably rereading the whole 6 volumes at least once...
Seriously, you couldn't ask for anything better. I wish someone let me do some serious screenplay adapting of this stuff. I'm sure it's been optioned. I wish it were to me!
Till Noever, owlglass.com, Author: Keaen, Seladienna, Continuity Slip
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Finally getting to see more of the homelands than ever before. The lack of Bigby and Snow from this book is not as bad as you think. The stories still have a lot of substance and the book itself is hard to put down once you get started.
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This is a big volume with a lot of bang for your buck crammed in. We get to follow Boy Blue in the Homelands and learn about The Adversary. We see what has been happening in Fabletown as one of the tourists returns. We also discover what scrapes Jack has been getting into whilst he has been away.

Just as the art has been getting a polish of late so too does the narrative. Jack's tale is recounted by different characters he meets on his travels in a manner similar to Wimbledon Green or Usagi Yojimbo: Volume 16.

Not to be outdone the first few parts of the Boy Blue story have art without any frames, borders or panels on the page at all. The characters and speech appear multiple times and it is up to you - with some help from the colourist - to put everything in order.

A great volume with some bold and imaginative techniques and some riveting story points. Another Double Thumbs Up!
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One of few comic book series Fables are getting better with every issue.

Everyone who likes original stuff should give it a try!
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My son has bought many of these books and he loves this. The artwork is amazing and the story good.
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