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Fables Vol. 17: Inherit the Wind par [Willingham, Bill]
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The tights and capes have been stored away forever, but it remains to be seen if Haven and its refugee inhabitants have survived the onslaught of. Where do the Fables go from here? Bigby and Snow White's cubs try to move forward after learning a hard lesson about life and death. And the loveable, fan-favorite hero Bufkin the Flying Monkey gets into more trouble when he finally reaches his homeland of Oz.
This Fables volume includes issues 108-113 of the original series.

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Bill Willingham is the award-winning writer and creator of FABLES. He has been writing, and sometimes drawing, comics for more than twenty years on titles including Elementals, Coventry, PROPOSITION PLAYER and FABLES. With Matthew Sturges, Bill co-wrote the FABLES spinoff JACK OF FABLES, as well as HOUSE OF MYSTERY and JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA. His work has been nominated for many awards, including the Eisner, Harvey and Ignatz comic industry awards, plus the International Horror Guild award.

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  • Editeur : Vertigo (30 décembre 2014)
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Par Présence TOP 100 COMMENTATEURS le 25 juillet 2012
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Ce tome fait suite à Super Group (épisodes 101 à 107). Il contient les épisodes 108 à 113, parus en 2011/2012. Tous les scénarios sont de Bill Willingham.

Épisodes 108 à 111 (dessins de Mark Buckingham, encrage de Steve Leialoha, finitions d'Andrew Pepoy pour 11 pages de 110 et 5 pages de 111) - Rose Red est envoyée en mission à la Ferme pour savoir si le terrain est dégagé, ou si des pièges ont été installés. Bufkin continue de mener Lily Martagon et les 3 autres au travers du royaume de Roquat le Rouge pour essayer de regagner la Terre et la communauté des Fables. Blanche Neige et Bigby sont au château de North Wind, avec leurs 6 enfants, pour déterminer qui lui succèdera en tant que maître des vents du Nord, alors que les 3 autres Vents Cardinaux viennent de s'inviter. Miss Spratt (maintenant appelée Leigh Duglas continue d'honorer la mémoire de son défunt dans son château à New York.

Épisode 112 (dessins de Mark Buckingham, encrage de Steve Leialoha, Andrew Pepoy et Dan Green) - Il s'agit d'un nouvel épisode de Noël dans lequel Rose Red doit décider comment honorer sa parole vis-à-vis de la personne qui lui a redonné le goût à la vie. Bien sûr le Père Noël est de la partie.

Épisode 113 - il s'agit d'une collection de 4 histoires courtes dont l'une explique comment les Fables ont pu rester si longtemps indécelables en plein coeur de New York (avant la guerre contre l'Adversaire).
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Graphic Novel for lovers of fairytales, folklore, mythology, etc. 21 juin 2016
Par Jessica@RabidReads - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I haven't read many graphic novels.

It's not that I dislike them . . . at least not at this point--I don't have enough experience to definitively state my feelings one way or another. *shrugs awkwardly*

BUT. I've been curious for awhile, and this seemed like a good place to start. I <i>do</i> like pretty pictures, and, hello, <i>fables</i>, so practically guaranteed to like it.

So I one-clicked, then I read the whole thing in a couple hours. I loved it. A LOT.

In this first volume, there was Snow White and Rose Red (one of my childhood favorites), a sword-wielding Cinderella, Prince Charming (at least twice divorced, and a frat boy, dumb dumb, besides), Beauty and the Beast (bickering like an old married couple), a typically creeptastic Bluebeard, Jack of magic beans fame (and a schmoe), a reformed . . . <i>ish</i> Big Bad Wolf, one of the three little pigs (who doesn't like country life), and an understandably angsty Pinocchio (b/c three-hundred+ years old, and stuck in the body of a pre-pubescent boy).

And that's just off the top of my head.

ALSO, this series predates <b><a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1843230" target="_blank">Once Upon a Time</a></b> and all the bandwagoners that followed by a decade. So no copycats here, FYI.

BUT.

After 120ish pages of pretty pictures and dialogue that rarely crossed over the line from basic to clever (or one of a myriad of other adjectives that can be used to describe writing that isn't BLAH), there were a handful of full text pages that gave a rather fantastical accounting of how the two MCs met.

Those six or eight pages were by far my favorite part of the book.

That's not to say that I didn't enjoy the rest of it--I did. But WORDS, man, WORDS. I don't know what it says about me that words are the more effective communicators, but yeah, all of that <i>"a picture is worth a thousand words,"</i> nonsense is . . . nonsense.

Despite an overt admission of attraction from one of the characters to another, and the various illustrations that accompanied it, it was the subtle longing revealed through words that made me feel the agony of unrequited love more potently than any drawing ever could. The possibility that a beast decided to take human form in order to be closer to the girl whose scent he couldn't forget . . .

*swoons*

<i>Maybe</i>. Then again, maybe he was just sick of running around in the forest and eating the boring humans who were stupid enough to wander the woods of his lackluster new home. #thatwouldsuck

I guess I'll see. <------b/c it's a given that I'll be reading the next one. *winks* Highly recommended, especially to graphic novels noobs who love fairytales.

<b>UPDATE:</b> since finishing Volume 1, I've devoured an embarrassing number of additional installments, and the dialogue has <i>significantly</i> improved. Sometimes it's punny, sometimes it's slyly clever (especially on the social commentary front), but it's rarely BLAH. FYI.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you enjoyed ABC's show Once Upon A Time, then Fables will be right up your alley 18 avril 2017
Par Mr. Burger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A very interesting and classic book which has become one of Vertigos more well know titles and is commonly ranked among most top 100 graphic novel lists. The story features a great many famous fairy tale charactors (who have passed into public domain) living in New York (upstate and city) as they solve a whodunit murder mystery and begin to introduce readers to the who, what, and how of this long running series. The story mostly focuses on Bigsby (the big bad wolf) in a detective persona and Snow White who is the leader of the fables. If you enjoyed ABC's show Once Upon A Time, then Fables will be right up your alley. This book was akin to a more light hearted and whimsical League Of Extraordinary Gentleman but still had enough mature content to keep from coming off as silly or watered down. DC comics runs most of their darker and more mature books through their Vertigo title after all.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Once upon a time... 10 juillet 2016
Par James B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fables has one of the best reputations of comics. An extremely long-running series from Vertigo with multiple spin-offs, this series set the standard for sweeping, genre-reimagining tales.

The basic set-up for the story is fairly simple. Hundreds of years ago, all of the old fairy tales lived in a different world, until they were forced out by 'the adversary'. They have now set up a community in New York City, and do their best to make sure the human world doesn't find out about them. This group collectively calls themselves the highly imaginative name of 'the Fables'.

This first arc is a standard mystery set up. Rose red's apartment has been trashed, and it's the job of Bigby Wolf (think about it) to discover what happened. There's a lot of world-building for future arcs, such as the fable government, and the fact that there is a second community on a farm for the animal fables. Overall, I was very impressed with this story, and expect the next arc to be even better.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice modern story with old characters! 20 avril 2014
Par T - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
So I really liked this graphic novel. Basically, all the characters from your favorite fairy tales have been forced out of their world to live in ours. They all have their struggles, having lost their kingdoms and forced to find work in our world as book shop keepers, detectives, or other jobs. It's pretty interesting, and the mystery that is solved in this book was enjoyable to try to figure out a long the way. The art is nice, though I don't like how the pages are so papery, they don't have any sort of finish and it makes me worried I'm going to rip it.

The art is very nice, with characters that look consistent, the pages are well laid out and never look really cluttered.

The story is pretty good, but the characters personalities are kinda wooden. I think it was the dialogue at times, it didn't feel natural to me, it sounded like writing, not the way someone would actually talk. I heard someone say that of the entire series, the first book was the worst, so maybe it's just because the writers were still getting a feel for the story and the characters. It isn't unusual for the first episode of a television series to be kinda rough so I'll give this book a break.

All in all, I liked this a lot, I'm gonna buy the second one and see how I like it :)
5.0 étoiles sur 5 'The Wolf Among Us' Fan 19 juillet 2017
Par Jonathan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I enjoyed the first season of 'Once Upon a Time' on ABC (and hated seasons 2 & 3 and haven't watched the series since).

And 'Wolf Among Us' was my favorite of the Telltale game series.

After learning of the controversy between the two properties (ABC turning down a Fables TV pitch and then turning around and producing their own version), I decided to go back and finally read the original material.

I just blind bought the first 12 volumes.
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