Fables #6

Fables #6

Writer: Bill Willingham Artist: Mark Buckingham Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: October 9, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
8.0Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

The mystery of her sister's murder has been solved, and the guilty parties have been punished. This leaves Fabletown's Deputy Mayor Snow White physically exhausted, spiritually drained, and in need of a big rest. So she decides to personally drive one errant Colin Piggy back up to the Farm, the remote, upstate annex where the non-human Fables reside. But rest and relaxation will have to wait for our heroine. Something wicked is brewing in upstate New York and Snow White's untimely arrival lands her in the thick of it.

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 11, 2003

    A great start to what looks to be an impressive follow-up to the opening arc, as Bill Willingham takes us up to the Farm and introduces us to a whole another set of characters. From the very impressive establishing shot that gives us out first look at the Farm, to the final page that nicely conveys that idea that there is a very serious problem, this opening chapter manages to establish the Farm as an ideal secondary location for stories to take place. Now this opening issue didn't manage to convince me of why the population of the Farm would find the place so confining, as the place looks like a virtual paradise, but on the other hand the last panel of this issue does a wonderful job of suggesting the problem not only exists but the resentment has reached such a level that the Farm is a highly dangerous place for Snow White & her sister to be. The issue also does some nice work playing off the tensions that exist between Snow White & Rose Red, as the petty bickering between the two is Read Full Review

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