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
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"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?
In the idyllic kingdom of Haven, the Frog Bombers are playing the Gobtown Crushers for the pennant. The problem? The star player of the winning team has been accused of committing murder during the victory celebrations. Now, Flycatcher (a.k.a. King Ambrose) has to judge the trial for which the penalty for the guilty is death. FABLES #92 and #93 will feature art by David Lapham (Young Liars, Silverfish)!
Check out the cover of issue #92:
Thanks to all who entered the PETER & MAX Sweepstakes!
Now, for the winners and their favorite characters:
r28chris86--"wolfets" aka: all of Bigby and Snow's children
norrin2--Jack of Fables
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The HARVEY AWARDS were presented yesterday at the Baltimore Comicon. Vertigo winners include Best Single Issue or Story, Y: The Last Man #60 by Brian K. Vaughan and Best Cover Artist, the one and only, James Jean for FABLES. Speaking of FABLES, check back here later today for the PETER & MAX Sweepstakes winners!
The full list of Harvey winners are below in BOLD.
While it may seem daunting to anyone who has ever attended the San Diego Comicon, you can get discovered and procure actual work from a major publisher in the same century. Or in this case, the same summer.
I met the extremely talented painter Chrissie Zullo at the San Diego Comicon of 2008 through the DC Portfolio Review. I repeat: I met extremely talented painter Chrissie Zullo at the San Diego Comicon of 2008 through the DC Portfolio Review.