Fables #31

Writer: Bill Willingham Artist: Mark Buckingham Publisher: Vertigo Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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During the long, chilly fall, Snow White's motherhood begins in earnest and her relationship with Bigby comes to a crossroads in a way that alters many lives. Plus, new jobs and apartments are handed off in Fabletown as Boy Blue makes a fateful decision.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 23, 2004

    Mark Buckingham is a perfect match for this title, and since I've always been a big fan of his work I'm delighted to see him land on a title where his art is so well suited to the material. From his delivery of some of the most endearing panel designs in the industry, to his ability to deliver the material in a clear, easy-to-follow fashion, I can't sing his praises highly enough. I mean there's some fine little visual moments that I have to make mention of, from sheer oddity that the floating infants provide, to the great little visual summation of Snow and Bigby's relationship that is offered up by the little image that sits on top of the pages where the two have their argument, that art knows how to convey the material. There's also a number of great little moments, such as Old King Cole's deflated appearance as he leaves his apartment, or the deeply unsettling final page appearance of Colin. Read Full Review

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