Fables #10

Writer: Bill Willingham Artist: Mark Buckingham Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: February 12, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 3
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The revolt at the Farm has been suppressed, the revolutionaries quelled. Goldilocks remains on the loose since her seemingly fatal shooting but the rest of the dissidents have been tried and sentenced. The executioner's axe is sharp and swift as the Fables learn what true justice means.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 17, 2003

    Once it became clear on the first page that Bill Willingham wasn't planning on killing off Snow White, I must confess my excitement level dipped a little. Not because I wanted Snow White dead, as she's one of my favorite characters, but rather it was a bit disappointing to see him edge the story back across the line that the previous issue looked to have went sailing past. Now the explanation for how she makes her return is pretty solid, and it's also used to generate a highly engaging exchange between Snow White & Rose Red, where we learn why these two sisters have been driven apart. The issue also does some nice work tying up the various loose ends that had been left hanging, as the situation up on the Farm is pretty much settled, and the book manages to deliver some pretty impressive surprises along the way, as we see Dun & Posey Pig are executed, and the new Farm administrator is a completely unexpected choice. Overall this was a pretty solid finish to yet another highly entertaini Read Full Review

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