Graphic Novel Review: Jack of Fables 4: Americana

Graphic Novel Review: Jack of Fables 4: AmericanaJack of Fables: Americana by Bill Willingham
Series: Jack of Fables #4
Published by Vertigo on December 16th 2008
Genres: Graphic Novel
Pages: 128
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Jack hits the road in seach of a lost city of gold in this new collection featuring issues #17-21. Aided by his sidekicks Paul Bunyan, Humpty Dumpty, Gary the pathetic fallacy and the mysterious Hillary Page, Jack's in for the adventure of a lifetime!

An off-shoot of my favorite graphic novel series – Jack of Fables focuses on the notorious lady-killer Jack. A character that is a part of many different fables.

Jack is now on an adventure to find the American version of Fableland – Americana. And the reason – to get rich, of course. If he finally lays the final Page sister – all the better for him.

I have to say – how did I let this book sit for so long gathering dust before I read it? These books simply crack me up. Jack is such a player and not exactly the most brilliant looking guy – but he has some seriously good get-rich schemes going on in that head of his. If you like graphic novels and fairy tales – this is a great series.

 

 
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