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BILL WILLINGHAM has been writing, and sometimes drawing, comics for more than twenty years.  During that time he's had work published by nearly every comics publisher in the business and he's written many critically-acclaimed comic book series, including Elementals, FABLES, JACK OF FABLES, FAIREST, ROBIN, SHADOWPACT and SALVATION RUN.  A multiple winner of the Eisner Award, Willingham has also been nominated for the International Horror Guild award.  Bill lives somewhere near a good poker room.

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  • Relié: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Vertigo (26 novembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1401239005
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401239008
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 1,5 x 26,7 cm
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Il s'agit d'une histoire complète, pour laquelle le lecteur a besoin d'une connaissance réelle de la série Fables de Bill Willigham (premier tome de la série : Legends in exile). Régulièrement, Willingham réalise des projets dérivés de cette série mère : 1001 nights of Snowfall (2006), Jack of Fables (2006, avec William Sturges), Peter & Max (2009), Cinderella (2009, écrit par Chris Roberson), Fairest (2012), Werewolves of the Heartland (2012).

Le tome commence par un texte de 8 pages dans lequel le Miroir Magique raconte comment cette histoire a commencé, alors qu'il se trouve encore dans le bureau de l'Hôtel de ville de Fabletown (toujours perdu dans une autre dimension), en compagnie des femmes grain d'orge, des têtes de pantins et de la tête de Frankenstein. Après un faux mouvement de l'une des petites grains d'orge, une tête roule vers lui et le brise en mille morceaux.
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Cinderella Solves a Mystery 26 novembre 2013
Par Scott Knight - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Fairest by Bill Willingham is a spin-off from his extremely popular and award-winning comic Fables. Fairest stars many of the "princess" types from fairy tales: Snow White, Rose Red, Beauty, Cinderella, etc. This particular volume is a stand-alone story that loosely ties in to events in the main Fables book (I highly recommend reading Fables Vol. 19: Snow White first due to some spoilers in Fairest), as it resolves several dangling plot threads.

Cinderella (a super spy) is hired by the mayor of Fabletown to solve a double murder. Along the way, she discovers a hit-list and several more murders. Using a magic car, and receiving some assistance from Bo Peep, Cinderella has less than a week to discover who is killing fables and stop them from finishing the list. A framing story told by the Magic Mirror (mirror, mirror on the wall...) sets up the situation and acts as a transition from day-to-day, as he follows Cinderella's every move. Because this is a mystery, I'll stop the summary there for fear of revealing any spoilers. However, this is another excellent entry in the Fairest/Fables series.

Willingham is a fantastic writer, and his ability to blend multiple fairy tale stories into one seamless history is wonderful. He also does a fantastic job of taking children's characters and giving them a more adult spin. The characters have depth and continue to evolve and change. Cinderella is fast becoming a favorite character of mine, right up there with Bigby Wolf.

The art, by a variety of artists, is beautiful as well.

I highly recommend Fairest, particularly to those who like a modern take on fairy tales, or are fans of the show Once Upon A Time.

I received a preview copy of this book from DC Comics in exchange for an honest review.
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Mystery in the Fables universe with beautiful artwork 5 décembre 2013
Par Kate - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
**Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy**

A while back I read a blog post (I can’t remember where) extolling the virtues of the Fables series of comics/graphic novels. I picked up Fables Volume 1 and have been hooked ever since! So, when FAIREST IN ALL THE LAND showed up, I knew I had to read it. FAIREST IN ALL THE LAND is a stand-alone graphic novel set in the same world as the Fables and Fairest series, with a murder mystery and a magic mirror subplot, and is as enchanting as all the others, with lovely artwork by many different artists.

FAIREST IN ALL THE LAND’s mystery stars Cinderella as a detective, and has a gritty, noir-ish feel to it, as much as one can get in a comic book. The reader is in on a few more details due to the interludes with the magic mirror, but the ending still had me surprised. The magic mirror had the tendency to get a bit wordy, but overall I enjoyed the little breaks from the mystery and the background the reader got from the mirror about its history and the various fairy tale artifacts.

My only complaint about FAIREST IN ALL THE LAND is that though the artwork is amazing, it was a bit confusing to have so many different styles. It took me a bit to get into a groove, and at the beginning there were a few times where I confused characters – let’s be honest, it’s hard to distinguish between so many blond fairy tale heroines. But once I got used to it, the opportunity to see each individual artist’s style within the same story was fascinating. The differences in graphic novel art isn’t something I would normally think about, so that was a very cool aspect.

FAIREST IN ALL THE LAND is a perfect little mental break – quick and easy to read, fun to look at, and with a nice satisfying murder mystery. If you like fairy tale retellings, I would definitely recommend this. While it isn’t a retelling, all the fairy tale princesses in one location makes for some fun imagining, and Willingham’s take on the various personalities made me chuckle. FAIREST IN ALL THE LAND only makes me eager for more Fairest and Fables. You’ll have to excuse me while I go and catch up on all the ones I’ve missed now
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A sampler of amazing comic art 8 décembre 2013
Par S. Mahnken - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Fairest in All the Land is a graphic novel in Bill Willingham's Fairest series, a spinoff from Fables that Willingham is using to explore the stories of the "princesses" of the Fables universe. In Fairest, Willingham has Cinderella investigate the murders of other Fables beauties.

The story in Fairest is pretty slight. The murder mystery isn't much of a mystery, and it's a very quick read. It does clear up some loose ends from Willingham's other work, like the loss of the Magic Mirror and the other objects stored in Fabletown's City Hall, which also sets the stage for further Fables stories. It's worth a read for that reason alone.

However, the real reason to read Fairest is for all the terrific artwork. The graphic novel is really a sampler of the work of many different artists, each of which is given a small section of the story to illustrate. Some of them have worked with Willingham before, while others have not. Although it creates a choppy effect when reading the story, it's a treat to see all of the different artists' interpretations of the Fables characters and their world. Every reader will probably come away with their own personal favorites, and it certainly made me curious to sample more of the work of some of the artists.

Fairest is definitely recommended if you are a fan of Willingham's Fables or are just generally a fan of comic art.

An ARC of Fairest in All the Land was provided by the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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Fairest 29 décembre 2013
Par Morgan Floyd - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Comparing this to the last original graphic novel Fables had "Wolves of the Heartland," this was a lot better. For one this actually felt like a Fables story. I also enjoyed the art in the book better too. I like seeing the the Fables ladies drawn in different styles.

Two things that I didn't like about the book though was it got confusing at times int the plot, but like most mysteries the ending made things more clear. My biggest complaint though is this had some HUGE spoilers if you are not aware of or have read the events in the Snow White story arch. And the fact they released the Snow White trade after this didn't make sense to me. I think this was more of the publishers fault though rather then the writers.

Still this as a fun read for Fable fans. Still not as good as 1001 Night of Snowfall, but it was good for the Fairest spin-off.
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Good story. Good art 8 avril 2014
Par Niugui Cilantron - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
There's a serial killer killing the fairest Fables. Cinderella is on the case.
In my opinion, this volume isn't really a good place for newcomers to the Fables universe to start. Without having read Fables, you won't know or care about the murder victims. The story also contains spoilers for Fables Vol. 19: Snow White (Fables (Graphic Novels)). Also, without having read Fairest, Vol. 1 (Fables) you won't know who the car is. (Yes, you read that right, "who the car is.") I highly recommend reading Fairest Volume 1 first in any event, as it has one of the better Fables stories, as well as incredible art, possibly the best in any Fables-related work.

Regarding the art in this volume: although the various artists do a good job, their different styles clash, so having a new artist every 5 or 10 pages or so is disorienting. Luckily, the characters refer to each other by name frequently so you can keep track of who is who. Briar Rose is probably the most egregious example of this; one of the artists apparently thinks she's Rose Red. How important this story is to the grand scheme of things remains to be seen.

Cinderella will return in Fairest Vol. 4: Cinderella - Of Men and Mice
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