Fables, Vol. 4: March of the Wooden Soldiers
Bill Willingham's runaway hit series FABLES continues its success in this fourth trade paperback, collecting issues #19-21 and #23-27 (issue #22 will appear in a future collection) and featuring the rise of a new threat to Fabletown. Also included is the Prestige Format Special Fables: The Last... show more
Bill Willingham's runaway hit series FABLES continues its success in this fourth trade paperback, collecting issues #19-21 and #23-27 (issue #22 will appear in a future collection) and featuring the rise of a new threat to Fabletown. Also included is the Prestige Format Special Fables: The Last Castle. When Little Red Riding Hood suddenly walks through the gate between this world and the lost Fable Homelands, she's welcomed as a miraculous survivor by nearly everyone - everyone except her old nemesis, Bigby Wolf, who smells spying and subversion more than survival. But will he be able to prove his case before disaster strikes? And how will it all affect Prince Charming's upstart campaign to become the new mayor of Fabletown?
Publish date: November 1st 2004
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
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Series: Fables (#4)
Fables hooked me as soon as I read it, but this is where the story really took off for me. There is upset in the community with Prince Charming gaining ground in his campaign against King Cole. There is good news, however. Red Riding Hood, not seen since the last ship departed the homelands for Eart...
At the outset, we hear Boy Blue's story of fleeing the Homelands on the last boat out during which he unwittingly leaves behind his love, Red Riding Hood. When Red shows up in Fabletown, there is at first jubilation as no Fable has escaped in centuries, followed quickly by suspicion, and events that...
I was really looking forward to reading this after the huge bomb dropped at the end of Fables, Vol. 3: Storybook Love. What an interesting plot reveal, and I was wondering how Willingham would follow up with it in this volume. It took me a while to get to it, and I ended up gobbling up the following...
March of the Wooden Soldiers is definitely my favorite volume so far. I liked this series, which started out kind of slow, but has grown into one of best I've read in awhile. I've been meaning to read these for so long. But honestly, I couldn't see how fairy tale characters brought into modern times...
Genre: Fantasy / Adventure Year Published: 2004 Year Read: 2012 Series: Fables #4 Publisher: Vertigo Comics Brief Introduction: After reading the third volume in Bill Willingham’s popular graphic novel series, “Storybook Love,” I was interested in seeing more of the many adventures of the...