Fables: Witches (Fables, #14)
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Series: Fables (#14)
The Fables series is back on track after Volume 13 Fables, Vol. 13: The Great Fables Crossover, which was one of the first volumes in the series I didn't rate five stars in a long time. When I considered this book, I knew I was being extra-picky not to give it five stars. The story really is excelle...
This is perhaps the second strongest volume in the Fables series - that I have read - as it follows on from the introduction of Mr Dark and the destruction of the original Fabletown. It is in general a grand reminder of what I find so appealing about these as graphic novels.I tend to read different ...
I have very mixed feelings about this collected volume. The art was good, not fantastic but good enough. But the story line with the witches annoyed me. The last two issues, were very good.I found the introduction to be confusing and I felt like I was dropped into an ongoing story with no background...
The Adversary has been defeated, but at great cost--not least, financial. With their usual magical sources of money tapped, the Fables are fast running out of money to fund all the things that keep them hidden from the mundanes. Frau Totenkinder vows to solve this problem, but meanwhile Ozma makes ...
GREAT volume of Fables. Read quicker than any other volume I think... After the Crossover, I see myself becoming much more into this Fables series.
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