March of the Wooden Soldiers

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Random House, Inc.
Bill Willingham's runaway hit series FABLES continues its success in this fourth trade paperback, collecting issues #19-21 and #23-27 (issue #22 will appear in a future collection) and featuring the rise of a new threat to Fabletown. Also included is the Prestige Format Special Fables: The Last Castle. When Little Red Riding Hood suddenly walks through the gate between this world and the lost Fable Homelands, she's welcomed as a miraculous survivor by nearly everyone - everyone except her old nemesis, Bigby Wolf, who smells spying and subversion more than survival. But will he be able to prove his case before disaster strikes? And how will it all affect Prince Charming's upstart campaign to become the new mayor of Fabletown?

Baker & Taylor
Follows the adventures of storybook and nursery rhyme characters who live side-by-side with humans.

Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2004
ISBN: 9781401202224
Branch Call Number: Graphic Novel Wil
Characteristics: 230 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: March of the wooden soldiers


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Feb 17, 2018

Of course Fables just as violent as Grimm's fairy tales! D'uh.
Just that comic book series to be read by an older sophisticated audience who knows pop culture & classic children books.

Jean-Pierre Lebel
Jan 06, 2013

Volume four of Fables continues to improve upon the interesting world that Bill Willingham has created. For some reason Prince Charming decides that he wants to become mayor of Fabletown and ignites the election process. Meanwhile the Adversary has begun a first wave of attacks on the Fables in the mundy world. There are many hilarious developments going on, and the series is quite a fascinating read. Recommended to mature readers.

Dec 07, 2011

Lots of fun stuff happening in this volume. The Adversary makes an advance on Fabletown, there's a war involving Pinocchio, a spy is unmasked, and Prince Charming starts his political campaign. Everything ties together well-- including the extra short story-- and more characters die. Who knew fairy tales could be so violent?


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Dec 07, 2011

Snow White: Jack, did you ever hear about the boy who cried wolf?
Jack Horner: Sure, Snow. He lives up on the seventh floor. So what?


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