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FABLES VOL. 22, the graphic novel-sized final issue of Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham’s beloved modern fantasy, is now available in stores. This is it. The final chapter. The “happily ever after.” The culmination of over twelve years and 150 issues of masterful, Eisner-winning storytelling. Since issue #1’s debut in 2002, hundreds of residents of Fabletown and the Farm have been introduced.
As you may have heard, the FABLES Finale is near so we wanted to celebrate with this extremely cool collection. Take a look at these, you know you want them…
- One Complete FABLES collection Volumes 1 – 22 soft cover books, each autographed by Bill Willingham
- One FABLES Bookends set from DC Collectibles
The latest DC All Access doubles up on Dark Knight with a look at the newest Batman: Arkham Knight DLC and an exclusive clip from Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem. But while Batman fans will find much to enjoy in today's episode, it's two lucky Fables fans who will walk away the week's big winners. Watch the episode to find out how you could win copies of all 22 critically acclaimed volumes of Fables!
Here is an exclusive preview of Vertigo's FABLES: THE WOLF AMONG US chapter 22. This is Vertigo's debut Digital First series and is based on Telltale Games' hit video game of the same name, which also serves as a prequel to Bill Willingham’s long-running and award-winning series FABLES. In chapter 22 fans will be able to read the origin story for Telltale Games' fan-favorite character Bloody Mary! Also, Bigby tracks down Snow to relay some unsettling news. Get the scoop on Wednesday!
This week we’re providing you with an exclusive first-look at FABLES: THE WOLF AMONG US Chapter 11. Bigby continues to look for Faith's killer and is tracking multiple suspects – the Woodsman, her husband Lawrence, and Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum. Make sure to check out chapter 11 as the Woodsman finally turns up for the first time since Faith's death! The story is written by Matthew Sturges & Dave Justus with art by Shawn McManus and Lee Loughridge.
Wow, is it really already 2015? What happened to 2014? I swear, the whole year seemed to pass in a flash.