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I approached the writing of my story for Fables #100 with considerable trepidation. I had, more by accident than design, written a strip for House of Mystery a year earlier, to which Bill Willingham had added the finishing touches, but this would be my first time writing solo for DC. Add to that the fact that I hadn't written prose professionally before and, as you can imagine, the whole thing felt pretty daunting.
SOME USEFUL CONSTRUCTION TIPS Hello faithfully Fables readers! Mark Buckingham, regular series artist, here with a few helpful hints on how to assemble my Paper Puppet Theatre which comes as an extra in FABLES #100.
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.
The WITCHES story arc of FABLES was enormous fun. Firstly, it gave us a chance to focus on the Witches, previously residents of the thirteenth floor of the Woodland building in Fabletown, and chart important changes in the life of Frau Totenkinder. It also saw a plot line I had suggested begin to take shape in the lives of Beauty and Beast.
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
The first Vertigo Resurrected is a 100 page book that features "Shoot," Warren Ellis's much-talked about, but never published story, involving schoolyard killings and John Constantine. [Page 2 from “Shoot”]