Fables #33

Fables #33

Writer: Bill Willingham Artist: Mark Buckingham Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: January 12, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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A mysterious death at the Farm, like recent ones that have been plaguing Fabletown, mars the first birthday of Snow's offspring. Is this silent killer another attack from the Adversary--or something even more depressing?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 25, 2005

    I'm starting to get a little nervous when it comes to proclaiming Mark Buckingham as the perfect match for this title, as it does seem like the comic gods are quick to notice that I'm far too pleased with a creative team, and they step with a bold new direction, that normally results in an artist who is nowhere near as good as the artist that they're replacing. However, my fingers and toes are crossed that Mark Buckingham will remain on this title for a good long time, as he really is the best artist this book could've hoped for. From his delightful page designs that change to reflect the change of locals, to the simple fact that his clean style perfectly presents the story, I couldn't be more pleased with his work on this title. I mean how can one not love the double-page shot that opens the issue, that deftly links the two main story points, or Snow's haunted expression when she deals with the truth regarding the murders. Read Full Review

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