storm at the heart of the sun.

Fables, the comic book series, began publishing in 2002 and is written and created by genius Bill Willingham. For all those calling new shows “Grimm” and “Once Upon a Time” the best thing since sliced bread, you need to read Fables and look at your choices. 

This series draws characters from familiar fairy tales and folklore and has stuck them in New York City. Yes, these Fables (what the characters call themselves) are really stuck. They’ve been exiled from their Homeworlds after fighting the mighty and villainous Adversary. As well, Fables that would not fit in with the Mundys (humans, short for Mundane) as they are not human are sent to the Farm. 

Fables is a great journey. It begins steadily to introduce you to the characters: first with a murder mystery, conspiracy thriller, and caper. However the long arc in the series is the fight against the Adversary. The artwork is beautiful as well - take a look up top at some random snippets. 

Honestly, I love this series and I hope someone out there falls in love with it now too. Give it a shot and if you really do love it, I strongly encourage buying it but for now try out these. You’ll need the program Comical to read them and also, be aware that Fables is published by Vertigo which means it contains mature content not suitable for all audiences. Additionally, there is a spin off, prequel, and novels that tie in. And a video game coming soon!

*Please note that this only that I did not upload these, I only found them. I own Fables so I didn’t download the entire collection but many of them, and they all work, they’re safe etc. As well, this only contains issues 1-90 and there are currently actually 110. And again, I strongly encourage buying Fables! It’s worth it!

001-005: Legends in Exile 1 2 3 4 5

006-010: Animal Farm 6 7 8 9 10

011: Bag ‘O Bones 11

012-013: A Two Part Caper 12 13

014-017: Storybook Love 14 15 16 17

018: Barleycorn Brides 18

019-021 and 023-027: March of the Wooden Soldiers 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27

022: Cinderella Libertine 22

028-029: War Stories 28 29

030-033: The Mean Seasons 30 31 32 33

034-035: Jack Be Nimble 34 35

036-038 and 040-041: Homelands 36 37 38 40 41

039: Meanwhile 39

042-045: Arabian Nights (and Days) 42 43 44 45

046-047: The Ballad of Rodney and June 46 47

048-049: Wolves 48 49

050: Happily Ever After 50

051: Big and Small 51

052-055: Sons of Empire 52 53 54 55

056: Jiminy Christmas 56

057-058:  Father and Son 57 58

059: Burning Questions 59

060-063 and 065-069: The Good Prince 60 61 62 63 65 66 67 68 69

064: The Birthday Secret 64

070: Kingdom Come 70 

071-072: Skullduggery 71 72

073-075: War and Pieces 73 74 75

076: Around the Town 76

077-081: The Dark Ages 77 78 79 80 81

082: Waiting for the Blues 82

083-085: The Great Fables Crossover 83 84 85

086: Boxing Days 86

087-090: Witches 87 88 89 90

(Source: thegioitruyentranh.vn)

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