✤ Fables Download ➸ Author Bill Willingham – Varanus.us

Fables Beautifully Illustrated Prequel To The Ongoing Fables Series.

    10 thoughts on “✤ Fables Download ➸ Author Bill Willingham – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    The artwork was beautiful, but very graphic It s war, people get seriously hurt and die in rather gruesome ways The end twist just served to piss me off because I could see it coming from a mile away and it wasn t believable to me I don t know the world of Fables, other than fairy tale characters are alive in the real world This does explain how and why they got there Not sure if the background re the Adversary comes out in the other books I would love to know why he did what he did and The artwork was beautiful, but very graphic It s war, people get seriously hurt and die in rather gruesome ways The end twist just served to piss me off...


  2. says:

    Not a bad little one off story Gave depth to Boy Blue.Sad and ironic, like real fairy tales are.


  3. says:

    A beautiful one shot story that I was pleased to find nestled into the fourth trade paperback volume of the Fables saga.Interesting plot points connected here but what really grabbed me was the artwork This was my first introduction to Craig Hamilton and P Craig Russell great ...


  4. says:

    This graphic novel serves as a prequel to the Fables series and details the fate of the Last Castle to fall to the adversary, which also reveals some of Little Boy Blue s origin Great fantasy tale with great art.


  5. says:

    Gory, but hey, it s war Nice one off, beautiful art.9 spear thrusts out of 10


  6. says:

    If you re into battles, this one goes in depth.I m generally not one for overly descriptive battle scenes but even I got choked up a bit for the fall of characters that were just barely introduced to me at the beginning of this relatively short standalone graphic novel Sacrifice, I think, is always an emotion that tends to evoke strong feelings from readers regardless of whether or not the reader prefers the genre For most of us, I think it reminds us of sacrifices that have been made for us a If you re into battles, this one goes in depth.I m generally not one for overly descriptive battle scenes but even I got choked up a bit for the fall of characters that were just barely introduced to me at the beginning of this relatively short standalone graphic novel Sacrifice, I think, is always an e...


  7. says:

    This is a stand alone graphic novel published separately as a prequel to the Fables series and also included in Volume 4 of Fables March of the Wooden Soldiers It s quite moving Boy Blue tells the awful tale in flashback to Snow White of the battle against the Adversary s army at the Last Castle in the Homelands, the keep at World s End, located at the last gate to the Mundy World Boy Blue, Robin of Loxley, Lady Britomart, Tam Lin, Prince Charming, Cinderella, and Bluebeard are some of the This is a stand alone graphic novel published separately as a prequel to the Fables series and also included in Volume 4 of Fables March of the Wooden Soldiers It s quite moving Boy Blue tells the awful tale in flashback to Snow White of the battle against the Adversary s army at the Last Castle in the Homelands, the keep at World s End, located at the last gate to the Mundy World Boy Blue, Robin of Loxley, Lady Britomart, Tam Lin, Prince Charming, Cinderella, and Bluebeard are some of the Fables who make appearances, along with the Witching Cloak and Bluebeard s ship I quote from the back cover In this epic tale of war, lust and intrigue, Boy B...


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This slim volume tells the story of the Fables last stand in the Homelands before their current storyline, as narrated by Boy Blue If I remember correctly, this story was the first to really explore Blue s character and was definitely the needed backstory for much of the later events...


  9. says:

    4 5This is a pretty awesome short story, based on Blue Boy and the last fight before the last batch of Fables seeked refuge in the safe haven basic our world I was quite surprised to see Charming and Cinderella...


  10. says:

    This story is great first of all for its early view of the war against the Adversary However, it s all got a great element of tragedy that adds a lot to Blue, who hadn t gotten a lot of screentime previous 8 10.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *