Matthew Sturges is the co-writer of JACK OF FABLES, the popular monthly series that spins out of the Eisner Award-winning series Fables created by Bill Willingham. He has also written the novel Midwinter as well as innumerable fantasy and science fiction stories.
FABLES: THE WOLF AMONG US #2
The murder mystery deepens as Bigby and Snow get dressed down by acting Mayor Ichabod Crane, a fairytale princess gets dressed up in furs, and the Magic Mirror gets addressed in rhym
updatedTHE LITERALS #3
"The Great Fables Crossover" part 9 of 9! In this issue it's all over. No, we don't just mean that the big crossover event is over, we mean it's all over for the universe and everyone in it. Kevin Thorn, the Literal embodiment of storytelling, wants to rewrite the universe, beginning again with a new blank page. In this issue he gets his wish. What more is there to say?» Download The Great Fables Crossover checklist here!
updatedTHE LITERALS #1
Part 3 of "The Great Fables Crossover"! If you're a reader of JACK OF FABLES, then you're familiar with The Literals – an extended family of characters who literally embody literary notions. It's also very possible that one of The Literals may have created all of the Fables plus the universe in which they reside, unbeknownst to our beloved Fables.
FABLES: THE WOLF AMONG US #1
Even before the first issue of FABLES, there were stories to be told, shadowy avenues to explore, and lives hanging in the balance!
Cigars, cigarettes and...St. George?
updatedTHE LITERALS #2
"The Great Fables Crossover" part 6 of 9! Even with his two Fable muses pressed into service, Kevin Thorn is having trouble getting started on his next grand opus. He seems to be suffering from a bad case of, "What's that malady that affects writers and keeps them from getting their work done?" Meanwhile, the Page Sisters go to guns a-blazin' against the Genres.» Download The Great Fables Crossover checklist here!
updatedJACK OF FABLES #50
This is it! This is where it all happens! You've been waiting – nay, pining – for this 50th issue of JACK OF FABLES, and, brother, who could blame you? Does Jack Frost slay Jack Dragon? Does Jack Dragon eat his own kid? Will the Page Sisters rebuild the Great Library? Will Gary finally get to sing a show tune on Broadway? We don't know, because its contents are so secret, even WE aren't allowed to read it, but they tell us that the answers to all these questions will be provided. It's oversized, with extra pages, extra action, extra drama, and extra Babe, the Miniature Blue Ox!