From the hot sands of Dubai, to the cold North Sea, to the obscure homeland of Ultima Thule, author Chris Roberson and artist Sean McManus have had us on a thrilling adventure with one hottest fairytale couples. Now, in the conclusion of CINDERELLA: FROM FABLETOWN WITH LOVE, find out if Cindy can handle the source of the mysterious black-market magics trade and if she and Aladdin remain allies. Oh yeah, and what’s to happen to Crispin Cordwainer and The Glass Slipper?
In CINDERELLA: From Fabletown With Love #5 Cindy and Aladdin head to an obscure Homeland to find out who’s behind the arms trade. There, Cindy must revert to her former days of cleaning house and…wearing clogs? Yes, this is a footwear catastrophe…until a blast from her past appears. Check out the sneak peek below and pick up issue #5 this Wednesday!
In 2009, you traveled to the Black Forest and were exposed to the power of Frost and Fire with PETER & MAX, learned more about the witches of the 13th floor in FABLES, followed Jack Frost as he learns the hero trade in JACK OF FABLES, and have embarked on a spy mission worthy of 007 with Cindy in CINDERELLA: From Fabletown With Love.
I’d recommend the latest issue of SCALPED cuz nothing says “Happy Holidays” quite like a gritty crime comic about a meth-addicted, under-cover FBI agent with a heroin junkie for a girlfriend, a murdered mother, and a pretend job as an enforcer for the local Mob boss who would not hesitate to kill him if he found out the truth. God bless us all...everyone!” –Will Dennis
You’ve seen these pages from CINDERELLA: From Fabletown with Love in black & white. Now, check them out in color! [gallery link="file"]
Well, he can't stay away from JACK OF FABLES forever can he? #36, "Jack 'n' Apes" features an untold tale of Jack's past drawn by artist Tony Akins and written by guest-scripter and novelist Chris Roberson (who is also writing this Fall's highly anticipated mini-series CINDERELLA: From Fabletown With Love—about a woman with a secret identity who loves shoes as much as I do) with cover by Brian Bolland. Catch a glimpse below. [gallery link="file" columns="2"]