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From the Editor’s Desk: Tuesday Tonic with Shelly Bond

They said it COULDN’T be done… Less Talk! FAIREST #1 variant cover by Phil Jimenez with color by Romulo Fajardo Jr. More Action! HELLBLAZER #288 double-page spread by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Stefano Landini Who, exactly ARE they… IZOMBIE #22 page 19 by Michael Allred And what the *@#! do THEY know…?! FABLES #113 page 19 by Adam Hughes page 19 Next week’s edition of Tuesday Tonic will spill absolutely everything that Bill Willingham doesn’t want you to know about FABLES: CUBS IN TOYLAND, the new epic storyline that will END. ALL. OTHERS. No lie, Shelly Tags : fables , fairest , hellblazer , izombie , shelly bond This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 at 10:30 am and is filed under From the Editors . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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The New York Times features FABLES: Covers by James Jean

This Sunday’s New York Times Arts & Leisure Section includes FABLES: Covers by James Jean and BATMAN: Hush Unwrapped Deluxe Edition by Jeph Loeb and with art by DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Jim Lee, in an article about collections of comic book art. The online edition of the paper includes a gallery of covers by James Jean. Tags : batman: hush unwrapped deluxe edition , bill willingham , fables , james jean , jeph loeb , jim lee , mark buckingham , new york times This entry was posted on Thursday, August 18th, 2011 at 4:45 pm and is filed under News . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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A FABLES page from pencils to print

A FABLES page from pencils to print

Todd Klein gives readers of his always-interesting blog a look at the page-creation process…

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FABLES #105 preview

The father and son feud between The North Wind and Bigby is about to blow over just as Ozma sticks her nose their business. Meanwhile, Mister Dark continues to infiltrate Haven as his bride-to-be goes through a bit of a change.

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Fables and The Unwritten nominated for Hugo Awards

FABLES Vol. 14: Witches and THE UNWRITTEN Vol. 2: Inside Man were nominated for the 2011 Hugo Awards in the Best Graphic Story category. This mark’s the third time in the history of the long running series that FABLES has been nominated.

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Upcoming FABLES Releases

The “Super Team” storyline concludes this June in FABLES #106, by Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham and Steve Leialoha.

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FABLES 101–You’re not gonna believe your eyes

Well, well, well, Mr. Willingham—I didn’t see it coming. As most of you know by now, Bufkin is one of my favorite characters from FABLES. He’s the super cute flying monkey that’s been stuck in the lost Business Office for quite some time with Frankie and the Magic Mirror. In this fantastic 101st issue, penciled by Eric Shanower, we find out what they’re up to and, like I said in the headline, you’re not gonna believe your eyes.

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Vertigo’s First Prose Novel Becomes Vertigo’s First E-Book

Based on FABLES, the New York Times bestselling, Hugo Award nominated, Eisner Award winning and one of the longest running comic book series published by Vertigo, PETER & MAX: A FABLES NOVEL tells the dark story of brothers Peter Piper, of Pickled Pepper fame, and Max Piper, the Pied Piper of Hamelin. Willingham deftly weaves an epic tale of good and evil, sibling rivalry, magic, music and a quest for revenge that spans from medieval times to the present day, from the heart of the Black Forest to NYC. Full of vivid detail, imagination and adventure, PETER & MAX illuminates the breadth of Willingham’s knowledge of literature and his true storytelling ability.

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Fables Superheroes?

FABLES issue #102 begins a new storyline – SUPER TEAM. What’s this you ask? Superheroes in FABLES? Let’s hear what editor Shelly Bond has to say:

“My initial reaction was probably similar to yours: WTF?!?”

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Cinderella and more FABLES covers revealed

Chrissie Zullo is back as the cover artist of the 2nd miniseries featuring our favorite secret-agent, CINDERELLA: FABLES ARE FOREVER.

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