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Fables, Vol. 7: Arabian Nights (and Days) - Jim Fern, Jimmy Palmiotti, Andrew Pepoy, Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Bill Willingham
Fables, Vol. 7: Arabian Nights (and Days)
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Collecting issues #42-47 of writer Bill Willingham's Eisner Award-winning creation, FABLES: ARABIAN NIGHTS (AND DAYS) opens a new front in the struggle between the Fables and the Adversary as the worlds of the Arabian Fables are invaded — leading to an unprecedented diplomatic mission to... show more
Collecting issues #42-47 of writer Bill Willingham's Eisner Award-winning creation, FABLES: ARABIAN NIGHTS (AND DAYS) opens a new front in the struggle between the Fables and the Adversary as the worlds of the Arabian Fables are invaded — leading to an unprecedented diplomatic mission to Fabletown and a bad case of culture shock! This seventh volume of the popular Vertigo series also includes "The Ballad of Rodney and June," the 2-part story of forbidden love among the Adversary's wooden soldiers, and features stellar Art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Jim Fern, Jimmy Palmiotti and Andrew Pepoy.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781401210007 (1401210007)
Publisher: Vertigo
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
Series: Fables (#7)
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Books Read, Not Necessarily Well
Books Read, Not Necessarily Well rated it
4.0 Fables, Vol. 7: Arabian Nights (and Days)
The Arabian Fables have finally begun to feel pressure from the Adversary and a Fabletown agent has arranged for an Arabian embassy to arrive in New York. The problem is that Charming failed to get the message.Frau Totenkinder keeps building into a more important character with each appearance, Beas...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it
5.0 Fables goes Arabian Nights
Willingham's exploration of fables wouldn't have been complete without a look at the Arabian Nights. The folklore of the Middle East fits into this series very well, especially as the Adversary is expanding his takeover of the Fable lands into the Middle Eastern worlds now. I think that it would be ...
Matthew's World
Matthew's World rated it
I am always enchanted with Fables and how they show different arcs of character and how they have become the person they have because of the circumstances place by the adversary. I was shock that this volume barely had any action.This volume introduces us the Arabian fairy tales and Sinbad. I did no...
Ironic Contradictions
Ironic Contradictions rated it
As far as this series go, this was a little move away from the overall story we've been looking at in the previous volumes. But as far as the stories in this volume are concerned, they were solid fractured fairytale storytelling.The world of the Arabian Nights comes to Fabletown and bring a deadly D...
Just Another Reader
Just Another Reader rated it
4.0
And the story continues. So many interesting developments [spoiler] though I am not happy about the charming and beauty kiss. Beauty and the Beast is one of my favorite stories and I was happy that they were still together in Fables. [/spoiler]
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