Jack of Fables #31

Jack of Fables #31

Writer: Bill Willingham Artist: Tony Akins Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: February 25, 2009 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Part 4 of "Jack's Big Book of War." You know how they talk about the "power of the printed word"? What they don't want to tell you is that this power is more than just how a bunch of ideas can convince people to do stuff. It's about how ideas can make things explode. So hold on to your hats, gang, these printed words are so powerful they're going to knock your socks right off your toes!

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    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Feb 27, 2009

    For people who don't mind reading a book where your protagonist is utterly self-centered, is forever making matters worse out of a mixture of arrogance and idiocy, and often bumbles his way through the stories, "Jack of Fables" will certainly be a bit more palatable. Like I said, the ideas are really neat here, and they've kept me reading a book for two and a half years where I really don't like the main character. But honestly, short of some massive changes in Jack himself, after the upcoming crossover with "Fables" itself, it might be time to finally bid adieu to this particular character. A little Jack goes a long way. Read Full Review

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