FABLES #1-150 (Bill Willingham / Mark Buckingham, Gene Ha)

[quote]FABLES #120
Written by: Bill Willingham
Art by: Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha
Backup Art by: Shawn McManus
Cover by: Joao Ruas
Color/B&W: Color
Page Count: 32
U.S. Price: 2.99
On Sale Date: Aug 22 2012
Things look grim for Snow White and Bigby Wolf’s lost cubs. Mount-batten is gone. Ranger Mike Danger is in pieces. Dare is injured, with no way to get help. So how can he rescue his sister? Monty’s cryptic last words aren’t any help: “Use the one thing in Madland that isn’t a toy.”
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[quote]FABLES #122
STORY BY Bill Willingham
ART BY Gene Ha, Shawn McManus
COLORS BY Art Lyon
LETTERS BY Todd Klein
COVER BY Joao Ruas
PUBLISHER Vertigo
COVER PRICE: $2.99
RELEASE DATE Wed, October 24th, 2012
How does fate work in the Fables fictional universe? Find out in this tale full of deadly chases, betrayals, sword fights and skulduggery, as superstar guest-artist Gene Ha guides us through “The Destiny Game.” Also: Bufkin and his “girlfriend” sidekick continue their Ozian adventures in the backup feature painted by Shawn McManus.
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[quote]FABLES #124
STORY BY Bill Willingham
ART BY Shawn McManus
COLORS BY Shawn McManus
LETTERS BY Todd Klein
COVER BY Joao Ruas
PUBLISHER Vertigo
COVER PRICE: $2.99
RELEASE DATE Wed, December 19th, 2012
Bufkin and Lily’s heroic adventures are too big to contain in 3-page features, so this special full-issue epic will take us to the grand finale of our favorite flying monkey’s greatest adventure, co-starring his sometimes girlfriend Lily with guest art by painter extraordinaire Shawn McManus!
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Très bonne histoire courte sur ces deux numéros. A 124 numéros, Fables arrive encore à surprendre par sa qualité.
A lire accompagnée du score du petit bouquin pour enfants devenu grand méchant blockbuster en trois volets (mais réussi…le score…comme le blockbuster remarque), extraits et chroniques sur B.O BD:

:arrow_right: bobd.over-blog.com/article-shakespeare-rencontre-le-grand-mechant-loup-114102669.html

[quote]FABLES #125
Written by: Bill Willingham.
Art by: Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha.
Cover by: Mark Buckingham.
Pages: 32.
Price: $2.99.
In stores: Jan. 23.
Description: So Snow White is finally getting an arc of Fables named after her? That’s too bad, since it always means the title character is about to be put through the ringer. And she has to go through these trials and tribulations alone, because Bigby is off learning to drive (which leads to its own harrowing implications). But she’s made of pretty stern stuff, our Snow, and she’s never been a wilting flower in the face of adversity, so let’s see what she’s made of.
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Pas de sujet sur le one shot WEREWOLVES OF THE HEARTLAND semble t-il (pas plus que sur Fairest?), mais bon, vu la GROSSE déception qu’a été la lecture de cette aventure solo de Bigby, je ne prends pas la peine d’en ouvrir un. Si -quand?- vous le lirez, je serais curieux d’avoir des avis, et, en attendant, voilà toujours de quoi écouter avec camarades bédéphiles mélomanes:

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[quote]FABLES #127
Written by: Bill Willingham.
Art by: Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha.
Cover by: Joao Ruas.
Description: In part 3 of “Snow White,” the newly established Fabletown in the former Castle Dark continues to yield dark secrets. Ruthless Prince Brandish locks one of Fables’ beloved princesses in a tower with no way out. And in Haven, Beast cooks up a scheme involving Geppetto and the Blue Fairy while Flycatcher enjoys a nice, relaxing bath – only to find more than a rubber duckie with him in the tub.
Pages: 32.
Price: $2.99.
In stores: March 20. [/quote]

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[quote]Fables #128
Story by Bill Willingham
Art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Andrew Pepoy
Colors by Lee Loughridge
Letters by Todd Klein
Cover by Joao Ruas
Publisher Vertigo
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date Wed, April 17th, 2013
Bigby howls back to Castle Dark for a showdown with Prince Brandish for the hand of his/their wife, Snow White. Will anyone walk away alive?[/quote]

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[quote]Fables #129
Story by Bill Willingham
Art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Andrew Pepoy
Colors by Lee Loughridge
Letters by Todd Klein
Cover by Joao Ruas
Publisher Vertigo
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date Wed, May 15th, 2013
Snow White’s life has been shattered in more ways than one. With no one else to turn to, to save her from the ruthless Prince Brandish, who claims to be her only legitimate husband, she has no other choice but to take up arms in her own defense. She received fencing lessons from Prince Charming long ago. Will she remember them well enough now?[/quote]

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[quote]Fables #130
Story by Bill Willingham
Art by Barry Kitson, Gary Erskine,
Colors by Lee Loughridge
Letters by Todd Klein
Cover by Joao Ruas
Publisher Vertigo
Cover Price: $2.99
Don’t miss this issue featuring gorgeous guest art by Barry Kitson (FAIREST, Spider-man)! In a special stand-alone tale for the month of June, here comes June Bug, the fan-favorite Fable whose parents are Rodney and June, the Adversary’s wooden soldiers that became human.[/quote]

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[quote]Fables #132
Story by Bill Willingham
Art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha
Colors by Lee Loughridge
Letters by Todd Klein
Cover by Joao Ruas
Publisher Vertigo
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date Wed, August 21st, 2013
Rose Red, as the human avatar of Hope, is inspired to gather her own knights and re-form the Round Table right on the Fables’ farm. Who will be Rose’s new recruits?[/quote]

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[quote]Fables #133
Story by Bill Willingham
Art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Andrew Pepoy
Colors by Lee Loughridge
Letters by Todd Klein
Cover by John Van Fleet
Publisher Vertigo
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date Wed, September 18th, 2013
As Rose Red tries to pull everyone together, a certain dead man has left his remains on the coroner’s table…[/quote]

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[quote]Fables #134
Story by Bill Willingham
Art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Andrew Pepoy
Colors by Lee Loughridge
Letters by Todd Klein
Cover by Mark Buckingham
Publisher Vertigo
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date Wed, October 16th, 2013
This interlude issue takes place in Bigby Wolf’s favorite hunting forest, which is the Platonic ideal of the deep dark woods. In fact, it’s so perfect in every detail, it can’t possibly exist in real life. Rather, what we should have said is, it can’t possibly exist in this life. But it would fit nicely as a heaven for wolves in the afterlife. And so it is.[/quote]

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Fables se terminera avec le n°150. Apparemment, c’est planifié depuis longtemps.

[size=200]Interview de Bill Willingham[/size]

NOOOOOOOO

oh le choc. Comme le dit le mec de newsarama je me suis toujours dit qu’il y aurais Fables tous les mois.

perso, depuis la victoire contre l’ennemi, je me demandais si la série ne s’étirait pas au delà du raisonnable

[quote=“Franck from Mars”]Fables se terminera avec le n°150. Apparemment, c’est planifié depuis longtemps.

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Une bonne et une mauvaise nouvelle à la fois en ce qui me concerne ; la bonne c’est de savoir que c’est planifié à l’avance, la bonne c’est aussi que j’aime bien que les histoires se terminent, d’une manière ou d’une autre.
La mauvaise c’est bien sûr que **Fables **est l’une de mes séries favorites, une série qui a su me surprendre avec la révélation concernant l’Ennemi (la première idée de **Willigham ** était moins bonne, c’est à cause de contraintes extérieures qu’il dû se rabattre sur une autre idée, celle que nous connaissons) et surtout **Fables **a su se renouveler constamment.
**Bill Willigham ** a même réussi à introduire le concept de super-héros dans sa série, avec notamment une chouette idée sur un type de personnage.

Non finalement c’est plutôt une bonne nouvelle pour moi, il me reste pas mal de numéros avant d’arriver au 150, je viens de renouer avec The Unwritten et j’attends d’ailleurs impatiemment d’arriver au *crossover *des deux séries .
Et puis je suis assez de l’avis d’Alan Moore qui dit quelque chose à propos de l’essence du héros, comme quoi c’est sa fin qui donne son sens à toute sa vie (idée que l’on peut extrapoler à une série de comics), et si Willigham pense comme Moore on peut peut-être s’attendre à une grande bataille de dimension cosmogonique.

Diantre ! :open_mouth:

Vivement la fin !

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tu peux nous en dire plus ?

ça devait êtreGargamel !

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(la première idée de **Willigham ** était moins bonne, c’est à cause de contraintes extérieures qu’il dû se rabattre sur une autre idée, celle que nous connaissons)

tu peux nous en dire plus ?[/quote]

Oui, bien sûr.

Dans un entretien pour Comic Box en 2009 Willigham explique que dés sa plus tendre enfance il a entretenu un rapport de frousse avec un personnage de conte et que celui-ci, dés le départ devait être l’Adversaire (**Willigham **voulait certainement réglés ses comptes :wink: ), mais que des problèmes de droits en Europe (le personnage fait partie du domaine public aux U.S.A mais pas en Europe) auraient surgi.
Il s’est donc rabattu sur une autre idée qu’il trouve d’ailleurs bien meilleurs et bien plus originale, celle que nous connaissons.
Pour ma part je suis bien de son avis.

Le personnage en question est :

Peter Pan