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The incredible painter James Bennett has illustrated the New York Times bestselling picture books "Tell Me A Scary Story... But Not Too Scary," written by Carl Reiner and "Halloween," written by Jerry Seinfeld. His conceptually humorous illustrations have appeared as covers and interiors for The New York Times, The L.A. Times, Forbes, Time, Sports Illustrated, Mad, Business Week, New York, Smithsonian, among others. He has also produced art for RCA Records, American Express, Paramount Pictures, Citibank, Hasbro, and Milton Bradley.
From the pages of the acclaimed New York Times bestselling series FABLES comes an incredible new monthly series called FAIREST. Arriving in early 2012, the first arc will be written by FABLES ongoing series writer Bill Willingham with art by Phil Jimenez. The second arc will be written by Lauren Beukes with art by Inaki Miranda and the series will continue with contributions from some of today’s best story tellers and artists. From Sleeping Beauty to Rapunzul, to fan favorite Cinderella, FAIREST will explore the lives of some of the loveliest ladies in their respective homelands.
The father and son feud between The North Wind and Bigby is about to blow over just as Ozma sticks her nose their business. Meanwhile, Mister Dark continues to infiltrate Haven as his bride-to-be goes through a bit of a change. Here’s a sneak peek inside FABLES #105 on sale Wednesday.
The team has been chosen, and they're ready to fight Mister Dark in FABLES #104 "Super Team" part 3 (on sale today)! Meanwhile, Beauty and her decidedly unbeastly Beast are discovering all sorts of new things about their lovely daughter.
With Vol. 15 of the New York Times best-selling series FABLES on sale this week I thought it’d be great to catch up with writer Bill Willingham to discuss this incredibly vast and magical world he’s created.
If you happen to be in Chicago this weekend and are attending C2E2 do stop by the DC Comics booth say “Hi,” pick up some awesome freebies and get something signed by your favorite creators. And don’t forget to hit the panels. Here’s the schedule for Vertigo: Saturday VERTIGO 1:30-2:30pm, Room 470b