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When Jack discovers the existence of The Literals and their leader, he must leave his own adventures behind to warn Fabletown. Collects FABLES #83-85, JACK OF FABLES 33-35 and the 3-issue miniseries THE LITERALS.

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When fables collide!

This is it -- a story so grand, so epic in scale that no single series could contain it!

As the free Fables struggle to regroup following the destruction of their New York City stronghold, they are suddenly faced with a wholly new menace -- one that threatens not only their adopted planet, but all of reality itself!

Against such a terrible power, can even the combined abilities of these legendary storybook heroes prevail? Only one thing is certain: once the battle is joined, the world of the Fables will never be the same!

Deftly crafted by writers Bill Willingham and Matthew Sturges and artists Mark Buckingham, Russ Braun, Tony Atkins, Andrew Pepey, Jose Marzan, Jr. and Dan Green, THE GREAT FABLES CROSSOVER collects all nine issues of this once-in-a-lifetime event originally presented in FABLES #83-85, JACK OF FABLES #33-35 and THE LITERALS #1-3.

This volume also includes a special preview of Willingham's PETER & MAX: A FABLES NOVEL.

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GN Review -- Fables: The Great Fables Crossover / Bill Willingham 0

Originally posted on my blog, The Comics Cove, not too long ago...What happens when all of reality is threatened by a bored immortal with the power to re-imagine all of existence? According to the story in Fables: the Great Fables Crossover, you send Snow White and the Big Bad Wolf after him.The story begins with a call from Jack of the Tales, a shady, roguish character, who tells Snow White about the existence of Kevin Thorne, a Literal who has become bored and disillusioned with the universe a...

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I guess Bill Willingham thought his series was getting too dark 0

As the main Fables storyline is building up to a new baddie with the Empire's fall, the Dark Man has taken root (pun DEFINITELY intended if you get it...) we, the readers, are suddenly sidelined with a Jack story. Why this even needed to be a Fables instead of just a Jack of Fables story, I can't imagine. Bigby & Snow *could* have guested without the stupid storyline of Jack trying to take over Fabletown and the animal fables and corrupting the cubs...And I don't see what this will have t...

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