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Fables Vol. 10: The Good Prince
Fables Vol. 10: The Good Prince | Bill Willingham
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WINNER OF FOURTEEN EISNER AWARDS. With war looming between the forces of the Adversary and the free Fables living in the mundane world, everything now depends on a humble janitor known as Flycatcher. Released from centuries of trauma-induced amnesia, Prince Ambrose (as he was known in happier times) faces a long and difficult road-one that will take him through the lands of the dead and into the heart of the enemy-s realm. Once there, this unassuming and unlikely hero will face his greatest and most arduous test-and the future of both Fabletown and the Homelands will turn on the outcome. Collects issues #60-69 in Bill Willingham-s Eisner Award-winning Vertigo series.
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Eyelit
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#7Days7Covers #ComicCoverCrush

Day 7

A little twist on the original challenge. Post 7 comic covers that you love over 7 days, with no explanation.

This has been really fun! Consider yourself tagged - join in if you‘d like!

julesG 😍 2mo
LibrarianRyan ohhhhhhhhhhhh 2mo
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madamereadsalot1 Seriously, Fly Catcher/Ambrose and this whole Good Prince arc is probably my favorite. The covers are so beautiful. 2mo
Soubhiville Oh wow that‘s beautiful! 2mo
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FernsAndFairyTales
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Mehso-so

This plot fell a little flat for me. Dare I️ say, too noble?

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hlgreenfield
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Time to get back to some more Fables! Volume 10 promises some nice Fly story so I am looking forward to finally seeing him shine.

BarbaraJean This may be my favorite volume of Fables! 2y
hlgreenfield @BarbaraJean I still have a few to go, but this one is definitely one of the best ones so far! They're all good, but some of them stand out and this volume stood out for sure! 2y
BarbaraJean Yeah, I say "may be" because I haven't read them all yet, either! ? 2y
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archaeolibrarianologist
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"You knelt a man and a prince of the blood, but now rise a knight."

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BarbaraJean
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Loved this one. A minor character gets the spotlight, and it's amazing. Themes of rebirth, redemption, and a third way of peace, in a well-fleshed-out story, full of all kinds of allusions. Just overall very well done! And another title for my #sequelseptember #seriesseptember list. 😊

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BarbaraJean
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I'm loving the allusions in this one. Arthurian references, and more! This may be my favorite volume so far.

Here we go #sequelseptember! I finished three volumes of Fables over the weekend, and have this one and the next cued up. I may not finish the series this month, but I'll definitely make some progress.

annahenke Nice! And progress is what matters! 👍 3y
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Enjoying a nice mug of peach-apricot tea with a slice of homemade banana bread, and diving into the next volume of Fables. This is a little procrastination before I buckle down and finish class prep for tomorrow! #somethingforsept #bookanddrink #septphotochallenge

[DELETED] 2232195534 Love your Tattered Cover mug! My daughter brought me one from a trip many years ago. The writing is gone though after many trips through the dishwasher. Sigh. 😉 3y
BarbaraJean @kaysreadinglife 😊 I just counted back, and mine is from 13 years ago! I spent a month in Denver that summer doing a publishing course, and the Tattered Cover became a favorite place (naturally). The writing on mine has been preserved well; I guess that's a small upside to not having a dishwasher! 3y
RealLifeReading Sounds like a perfect snack and tea! 3y
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