Fables #13

Writer: Bill Willingham Artist: Lan Medina Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: May 14, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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In the conclusion to the 2-part FABLES caper, Bigby and his motley crew don matching black skullcaps and break into a ritzy building to stop a ruthless reporter from revealing their identities to the tabloids. Meanwhile, Sleeping Beauty's spell forces the city into perpetual slumber!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 21, 2003

    A pretty entertaining issue and I highly recommend this two issue arc as an ideal jumping on point for readers who have yet to discover this series, as it pretty much encapsulates all the charming aspects that has made this title one of my favorites. Bill Willingham does a wonderful job of mixing the elements of the fairy tale realms with modern day civilization, and while there are times when I do think the book could use a character profile page, similar to the ones we see in "Queen and Country", I will concede that there is a certain appeal to tracking down the fables that these characters sprung from, and Bill Willingham does a pretty solid job laying out the various rules of the game, so to speak. Plus, he also displays a wonderful sense of imagination in how he incorporates the fairy tale elements, as Bigby's plan for dealing with the reporter is full of clever little touches. This issue also nicely steps up the tension that was introduced in the first arc, as Bluebeard & Bigby W Read Full Review

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