FABLES: THE DELUXE EDITION BOOK 15
This hardcover concludes the sweeping FABLES saga, collecting issues #141-150 with a new introduction by writer Bill Willingham and a special sketchbook section by artist Mark...
Over the span of the FABLES series, including specials and harcovers and such, readers have had a few questions about this and that. For example: Who caught the bouquet at Snow's wedding? Well, this issue is dedicated to resolving those questions, clearing up those dangling odds and ends. And being Fables, we're going to answer those questions with a series of funny, entertaining, short-short stories, illustrated by an amazing assortment of artists including Eric Shanower (Age of Bronze) and Barry Kitson (SUPERGIRL AND THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES).
MADAME XANADU VOL. 3: BROKEN HOUSE OF CARDS
In this volume collecting issues #16-21, a '50s Manhattan socialite's life takes a grotesque turn, and only Madame Xanadu can help. Then, take a look at Xanadu's early days in ancient England as her rivalry with her evil sister begins.
MADAME XANADU #20
Presenting the conclusion of guest artist Joëlle Jones' flashback revealing Madame Xanadu's earliest days. Squabbles with the young immortal's sister Morganna intensify and turn bloody as the world of Fairy and Roman conquest vie for domination of pre-history Britain.
THE LOST BOYS #1
The stakes are raised in this nostalgic and unstoppable sequel to the ’80s cult classic vampire film, The Lost Boys.
FABLES VOL. 9: SONS OF EMPIRE
Collecting FABLES #52-59! Pinocchio suffers seriously divided loyalties between his father, the evil Adversary, and his fellow Fable refugees in New York. Plus, Bigby Wolf reluctantly decides it's finally time to square accounts with his long-estranged father, the North Wind, and makes a journey with Snow White and their kids to find him.
MADAME XANADU #19
After the shocking conclusion to the previous issue, a 2-part story by guest artist Joëlle Jones begins a storybook look back at Madame Xanadu's earliest days in ancient, pastoral Britain. The Elder Folk confront the coming of mortal man, and the rivalry between two ageless sisters takes root.