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That's right. This weekend catch the first ever TV commercial for the best-selling comic book series FABLES!
It will debut this Saturday, May 29th during the DOCTOR WHO and STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION “WHO-LIDAY WEEKEND TREK” marathon on BBC America.
The marathon starts on Saturday at 6:00 p.m. EST and runs through Monday, May 31st at 7:00 p.m. EST.
Don't miss it!
Over on THE SOURCE, The DCU is celebrating 75 years of DC Comics by revealing a bunch of amazing variant covers. But these aren’t just any variant covers, they are of some of the most classic and iconic images from DC’s illustrious history re-imagined by some of the biggest names in the industry.
Throughout the day I’m going to reveal covers to three graphic novels that are coming out this Fall.
The first, FABLES: WEREWOLVES OF THE HEARTLAND by Bill Willingham and artists Jim Fern and Craig Hamilton, follows Bigby Wolf as he searches for a new home for Fabletown.
That’s right, Bigby is getting his own book…where he is the center of attention!
Check out the cover [Please note: The cover is not final]:
I didn’t say signed by whom, did I? But now that you’re here and excited there’s no use procrastinating. I’m happy to offer the chance to win a copy of FABLES Deluxe Volume 1 signed by none other than author BILL WILLINGHAM. That’s right. He stopped by the Vertigo offices last week and that got us thinking. FABLES has a huge year coming, so wouldn’t it be nice to get folks ready for 2010 with this beautiful hardcover edition of the issues that got it all started? And, well, we’re in the holiday spirit and that’s all about giving, right?
When we last saw the Fables, Gepetto was out in the woods far from the Farm and my favorite winged monkey, Bufkin, hadn’t given up on defeating Baba Yaga. Is the Adversary up to his old tricks? Will this be the end for Bufkin and Frank? And what’s Ozma got up her sleeve? Find out in FABLES #91.
In 2009, you traveled to the Black Forest and were exposed to the power of Frost and Fire with PETER & MAX, learned more about the witches of the 13th floor in FABLES, followed Jack Frost as he learns the hero trade in JACK OF FABLES, and have embarked on a spy mission worthy of 007 with Cindy in CINDERELLA: From Fabletown With Love
"Combining dark humor, suspense and intrigue, Bill Willingham's masterwork is like the Sondheim musical dramedy Into the Woods — if the book were written by Alan Moore. If you haven't read Fables yet, this is the perfect opportunity to start catching up." Who’s offering these kind words about FABLES Deluxe Vol. 1?