Just who is Cindy’s enemy who was thought dead? Here’s a hint from writer Chris Roberson: The second Cinderella miniseries, CINDERELLA: FABLES ARE FOREVER, sees Fabletown's greatest super-spy coming face-to-face with an enemy that Cindy had thought long dead. And we learn that Fabletown wasn't the ONLY community of Fables in the Mundy world, after all.
Good. Get ready for iZombie #7, part 1 of "Vampires Suck." Hungry, zombie girl Gwen dines on the grey matter of a person who knew her as a child-–and things quickly get complicated… Meanwhile, ghost-girl Ellie learns a few tricks from Amon the mummy, Spot the were-terrier goes to the comic shop and meets someone from Gwen's past, the mad scientist Galatea engages in a bit of grave-robbing, and the monster-hunters tackle the town's vampire problem once and for all. [gallery link="file"]
Previously mentioned at San Diego Comic Con, CINDERELLA: FABLES ARE FOREVER is a 6 issue mini-series coming in February 2011 from the same fabulous team who brought you Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love, author Chris Roberson (iZOMBIE) and artist Sean McManus!
Spot, the were-terrier is a mild-mannered computer technician by day, under a full moon he transforms into a monster with the lusts and appetites of a well-behaved house pet! But who is he really, and what is his connection to Mister Chimps? Here, at long last, the amazing secret origin of Spot is revealed, in a story that just had to be called "I, Were-Terrier"! [gallery link="file"]
In the search for Dead Fred's killer, Gwen Dylan has learned more than she bargained for and discovers that she's been wrong about a great many things. Now she finds herself faced with a choice: risk losing all that she is, or become a real monster. As if that weren't enough, a confrontation with one of the fearless monster hunters leads in unexpected directions. And what about Spot the were-terrier, Ellie the ghost-girl, and Claire the vampire?
I was asked on one of the Vertigo panels at SDCC the other week why it is I write about female protagonists so often, and the answer is simple, really. It’s because I have the tastes and interests of an eight year old girl. Ask anyone who knows me, and they’ll confirm it. (And Nickelodeon’s iCarly really is one of my favorite shows on television.)
Cover by Chrissie Zullo Cinderella has had one heck of a life so far. She’s been the former servant to her stepmother and 3 evil stepsisters, she was rescued by her fairy godmother, became one of Prince Charming’s many wives, got divorced, fled the homelands, opened up a shoe store in Fabletown called The Glass Slipper, and to top it off, she’s a secret agent!