The Arabian Nights (and Days), Chapter Two: D'jinn & Tonic With a Twist wiki last edited by fables87 on 11/02/13 02:41PM View full history

As the Arabians become accustomed to Fabletown -- and vice versa--, there is much talk at the mayor’s office and the farm of a d’jinn the Arabians have brought with them, something akin to an act of war. Fearing that Fabletown has ensorcelled Sinbad, Yusuf releases the d’jinn and makes three wishes that bear ill for his master, Baghdad, and Fabletown.

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It´s amazing how Willingham has everything under his control, transmitting the idea that nothing can leave his grasp while writing so many characters and with different stories. Despite the mayhem of last issue, King Cole´s efforts were enough to build up a relationship of mutual respect and conversation between Sinbad and Prince Charming (the greatest thing about King Cole is that he doesn´t hold a grugde against PC), but all could be jeopardize by Youssuf´s evil plans, including the release of...

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