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eBook Fables 4 March of the Wooden Soldiers epub

by Mark Buckingham,Craig Hamilton,Steve Leialoha,P. Craig Russell,Bill Willingham

eBook Fables 4 March of the Wooden Soldiers epub
  • ISBN: 143524379X
  • Author: Mark Buckingham,Craig Hamilton,Steve Leialoha,P. Craig Russell,Bill Willingham
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Paw Prints 2008-04-18 (April 18, 2008)
  • ePUB size: 1862 kb
  • FB2 size 1401 kb
  • Formats rtf azw lit lrf


It was penciled by Craig Hamilton and P. Craig Russell

It was penciled by Craig Hamilton and P. Craig Russell. This segues into the present-day, seven-part "March Of The Wooden Soldiers" story arc featuring the return of a Fable once thought lost and a new invader threating Fabletown. The 177 pages of penciling for this segment was provided by regular Fables artist Mark Buckingham. The most action-packed TPB in the Fables series thus far, MARCH OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS gives us what we've all been waiting for: a confrontation between an army of the Adversary and the Fables living in the New World.

Fables is an American comic book series created and written by Bill Willingham, published by DC Comics' Vertigo. Willingham served as sole writer for its entirety, with Mark Buckingham penciling more than 110 issues. The series featured various. The series featured various other pencillers over the years, most notably Lan Medina and Steve Leialoha. Fables was launched in July 2002, and concluded in July 2015.

by Bill Willingham · Mark Buckingham · Craig Hamilton · Steve Leialoha · P. For the first time in hardcover: Bill Willingham's acclaimed series gets the deluxe treatment!Meet Dunster Happ, the most important Fable you never knew

by Bill Willingham · Mark Buckingham · Craig Hamilton · Steve Leialoha · P. Unfold your own myth. For the first time in hardcover: Bill Willingham's acclaimed series gets the deluxe treatment!Meet Dunster Happ, the most important Fable you never knew.

Steve Leialoha (Artist). Really enjoyed the addition of the wooden soldier army, loved how they talked and acted, they were hilarious. P. Craig Russell (Artist). Bill Willingham's runaway hit series continues its success in this fourth trade paperback, featuring the rise of a new threat to Fabletown. The battle at the end was pretty great as well. The artwork was a bit of a hit and miss though, some characters were drawn rather weirdly at times, either their facial expressions had too much detail or not enough.

Craig Russell, Steve Leialoha, Mark Buckingham

Craig Russell, Steve Leialoha, Mark Buckingham. Lovern Kindzierski, Daniel Vozzo. Bill Willingham's runaway hit series FABLES continues its success in this fourth trade paperback, collecting issues and (issue 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.

WINNER OF FOURTEEN EISNER AWARDS Bill Willingham's runaway hit series FABLES continues its success in. .More Books by Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham, Craig Hamilton, James Jean & P.

WINNER OF FOURTEEN EISNER AWARDS Bill Willingham's runaway hit series FABLES continues its success in this fourth volume, which collects issues and (issue will appear in a future collection) and features the rise of a newthreat to Fabletown.

Bill Willingham's runaway hit series FABLES continues its success in this fourth trade paperback, collecting issues and (issue will . Inker Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, P. Craig Russell, James Jean.

Bill Willingham's runaway hit series FABLES continues its success in this fourth trade paperback, collecting issues and (issue will appear in a future collection) and featuring the rise of a new threat to Fabletown. Penciller Craig Hamilton, Mark Buckingham, P. Written by: Bill Willingham.

10. The Letter Chapter Five of March of the Wooden Soldiers Fables.

P. Craig Russell (layouts; p. -3, 44-46); Craig Hamilton (p. -43). 9. Our Second Amendment Issue Chapter Four March of the Wooden Soldiers Fables. 10. 11. Our Right to Assemble Issue Chapter Six March of the Wooden Soldiers Fables. 12. The Battle of Fabletown Chapter Seven March of the Wooden Soldiers Fables. 13. In Like a Lion - Out on the Lam Chapter Eight March of the Wooden Soldiers Fables.

Mark Buckingham, Craig Hamilton, P. You will get a notification at the top of the site as soon as the current price equals or falls below your price.

Comments: (7)
Jum
This series, is, as previously stated, phenomenal. An incredibly creative concoction, with a much more creative back story than the hut television show, once upon a time. The fact of the matter is, the lingering villain adds a lot to the story- although it poses no immediate, it is always there, as are the many character histories that add up for an intriguing reading experience, something new coming up with every chapter. The incorporation of so many different fairytales come together is also a masterstroke, from the Lilliputins of science fiction to all of the characters of nursery rhymes, such as boy blue and the cow that jumped over the moon (although it's appearance was incredibly brief). All of the tension among separate characters and connections between totally different realms of man's storytelling insures a most intriguing experience.
Swordsong
I've discovered Bill Willingham's FABLES only recently and I've become an instant fan. And what's not to adore? Great premise. Great characters. Great writing. Super drawing.

While I've loved all the first four books in the FABLES series (I have already ordered 5-7 from Amazon), the third entry, fell just below the best volumes simply because the numbers contained too many arcs. This volume, however, ties all the individual issues together, even the beginning, which focuses on the final battle of the fables against the Adversary. The central story, or the A plot, concerns the near simultaneous arrival of Red Riding Hood and some mysterious fables who have utter disdain for all creatures that they like to refer to as "meat." They turn out to be the title characters of the story. The great battle for Fabletown that culminates the volume is both brilliantly written and drawn.

In future I think I will recommend the FABLES series above all others to people who are completely new to the world of adult comics. They are immediately accessible in a way that other masterpieces like the Sandman books are not (I'm not saying that Gaiman is inaccessible, but that they are better appreciated if they are not the first graphic novels one reads). And the blend of drama, comedy, fantasy, and action would appeal to anyone not blinded by an anti-intellectual disdain of "popular" art (the irony being that self-styled intellectuals who disdain graphic art do so by being amazingly close-minded).

A great entry to a great series. Can't wait for my next stack of books to arrive!
Nuadador
This fourth Fables trade paperback collects the double-length one-shot "The Last Castle" and issues #19-21 and #23-27 of the Bill Willingham series. I'll presume anyone reading this is already familiar with the series and direct the unfamiliar to reviews for the excellent Volume 1-3 TPBs. For new fans, the first two pages of Volume 4 feature capsules of the main characters and summaries of the first three story arcs.
The one-shot shows the last Homelands stand of the Fables against the overpowering forces of The Adversary. It was penciled by Craig Hamilton and P. Craig Russell. This segues into the present-day, seven-part "March Of The Wooden Soldiers" story arc featuring the return of a Fable once thought lost and a new invader threating Fabletown. The 177 pages of penciling for this segment was provided by regular Fables artist Mark Buckingham. I agree with other reviewers about this being the strongest Fables TPB thus far. The cover price offers strong value for an eight issue collection, especially considering Amazon's discount.
Runehammer
The most action-packed TPB in the Fables series thus far, MARCH OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS gives us what we've all been waiting for: a confrontation between an army of the Adversary and the Fables living in the New World. Violent, bloody, and deadly, this confrontation will satisfy your thirst for action, while providing long-lasting and irrevocable influences on the future of the series. Some characters that are greatly expanded upon here include: Boy Blue, Hobbes, The Beast, Mr. Grumpkin, and the old candy-house witch. Besides the battle and the lead-up to it, this volume chronicles the developing political contest between Old King Cole and the rising star Prince Charming. Some very entertaining and poignant allusions to real world politics included in these parts.

I'm not sure if I can say its absolutely the best Fables volume yet, but its certainly up to the same 5-star standard as the others and will not disappoint. Highly recommended.
Amarin
Following on from FABLES: LEGENDS IN EXILE, FABLES: ANIMAL FARM, FABLES: STORYBOOK LOVE, here's the 4th volume compiled from the series. In it, another bit of 'history'; a major event in Snow's and Bigby's lives is coming closer; strange creatures from the Adversary's lands come into Fabletown and almost destroy it.

This one ramps up the pace, with most of the volume focused around the threat to Fabletown and its inhabitants. Be warned, some nice people die here; reminding us that Willigham is not above killing off his characters if it suits him for the sake of drama. Nothing wrong with that, of course. Just sounding a warning.

As always, top-notch entertainment that kept me reading; and re-reading.

Till Noever, owlglass.com, Author: KEAEN, SELDAIENNA, CONTINUITY SLIP
Keath
The fourth volume of Bill Willingham's Fables sees the pace of the story pick up significantly. Once again Fabletown is in jeopardy, this time by mysterious black-suited agents. At the same time a refugee arrives from the Old World: Red Riding Hood. No Fable has escaped from the Empire in centuries, so her arrival stirs tensions in the community. In addition we learn more about Boy Blue's past, the last days of the Fables in the Old World, Pinocchio, and the witches. This is bar far the most action-packed storyline so far.

Bill Willingham's re-imaging of classic fairy tale characters continues to amaze and avoids becoming stale. Another great entry in what is already a phenomenal series.
Faezahn
Read read. A great book in all senses.
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