Graphic Novel Review: Jack of Fables Vol. 5: Turning Pages

Graphic Novel Review: Jack of Fables Vol. 5: Turning PagesJack of Fables Vol. 5: Turning Pages by Bill Willingham
Series: Jack of Fables #5
Published by DC Comics on March 10th 2009
Genres: Graphic Novel
Pages: 148
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Get ready for Jack's adventures out West, as Smiling Jack Candle crosses paths with a grim sheriff from back East who carries no gun. Collecting issues #22-27 of the series Publishers Weekly says

Jack is always trying to find some way to get rich and keep rich. He’s a lady-killer and will definitely let a beautiful woman side-track him from his adventures – but only for a bit.This latest graphic novel is interesting in the fact that it’s more serious than usual – well, until your dear narrator Jack notices and has Babe the Blue Ox breaks it up with his strange sense of humor.

Definitely another great volume in the Jack of Fables series.

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One response to “Graphic Novel Review: Jack of Fables Vol. 5: Turning Pages

  1. Agh! I LOVE Jack of Fables! I actually stopped reading it about a year ago, though, so I don’t think I have read anything in this 5th volume. I should get on that – I will probably love it if it is more serious. 🙂

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