He put it away and then he walked away from me, mumbling some people! The nerve of some people! If all comic book fans are like this, then brother, that's a ship I don't wanna sail!
But enough about me. you didn't come here for a rant on the nerve of comic book fans. You came here for a review of
by Bill Willingham, Matt Sturges and Tony Akins
Of course, Jack doesn't take too well to this, so he hatches an escape plan! Will it work?
WHAT I LIKED: I loved all the cameos that other fairy tales play in here! It's like Willingham and Sturges wanted to include a lot more Fables in Fables, but it could only carry so much, so they put a lot of cameos in here.
Now that's what I call fanservice.
It is honestly frustrating how that title is going nowhere, and that's why I've dropped it. And uh, with today's trade paperback, I have nothing against it.
EXTRAS?: Some of Tony Akins's character designs are at the end of the thing. Not much else.
FINAL THOUGHTS: The best thing you can take away from the trade is Jack's character. It is certainly one of a kind, and the stuff of fairy tales. What a read!