Fables #32

Writer: Bill Willingham Artist: Mark Buckingham Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: December 8, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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It's going to be a long, dark winter for the denizens of Fabletown! Prince Charming discovers that keeping campaign promises is a lot harder than making them, Beauty and the Beast find that filling Snow and Bigby's shoes may be more than they can handle, and a body is found!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 10, 2004

    Mark Buckingham remains a welcome addition to this title, and while he's been on the title for long enough that I really should embrace the idea that he's the book's regular artist, I have to say part of me is convinced that once I get used to the idea that this book has itself the ideal artist, I'll be treated to the news story about his impending departure. Still, my fingers are crossed that everyone involved in this title recognizes how much Mark Buckingham brings to this book, as in addition to bringing a clean style that does a great job of detailing the material, one also has to love the extra attention to detail, as his page designs are one of the more endearing elements that he brings to the title. The art also does some lovely work on the big impact moments, from the scene where a member of the Fable community is murdered, to the great little sequence where we see Flycatcher deals with the idea that he's been freed from his continual community service duties. Read Full Review

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