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As regular readers of FABLES will know, I’m always keen to try out new things to keep the book looking fresh. In past story arcs I’ve used elaborate line techniques, bold styles with strong block blacks, zip tone textures, black crayon, cartoony styles, realism, design motifs, and the introduction of border art panels to frame every page. With FABLES #100 I knew I had a great excuse to experiment once again.

CINDERELLA and more FABLES covers revealed!

Chrissie Zullo is back as the cover artist of the 2nd miniseries featuring our favorite secret-agent, CINDERELLA: FABLES ARE FOREVER. Here’s the cover of issue #1: cifaf_cv1 All I can say is WOW! And here's a preliminary cover for JACK OF FABLES #50:


With the spectacular 100th issue of FABLES coming soon, we are excited to unveil the full contents of this special, 100-page issue. The issue kicks off with a 62-page lead story written by series creator Bill Willingham, with art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha and Andrew Pepoy Following that is a 10-page prose story written by Mark Buckingham with illustrations by Bill Willingham. Also in this issue are: • A set of do-it-yourself FABLES puppet theater illustrated by Mark Buckingham

Coming in January--FABLES 101

No, this isn’t a FABLES 101 primer about all that is wonderful and fantastic about the world(s) of FABLES. But it is set to be a terrific issue as we check in with Bufkin (one of my favorite characters), Frankie and Magic Mirror in the lost Business Office to see what they’ve been up to since battling Baba Yaga. FABLES 101 is written by the fabulous Bill Willingham with art by Eric Shanower and Richard Friend.

The art of FABLES 99 by artist Inaki Miranda

When editor Shelly Bond called me and asked me if I was up for doing the art on FABLES 99, I think I answered so fast that I betrayed the laws of time, the sound that exited my mouth came out in quantum mode and bit its own tail. It sounded more like a “wow” followed by an “oh-wow”… like in way-beyond-Mach10-speed, and everything around me blurred and I started hearing Bob Dylan’s “The Man in Me” from The Big Lebowski. … “lalalala… ooooh, what a wonderful feeeeeeling…”


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