Author: Bill Willingham

Book View: Down the Mysterl..

Book View: Down the Mysterly River

Short & Sweet:  I've always been a huge fan of Bill Willingham, and when I heard he was writing a middle grade novel, I could not help but pick it up as soon as I could. The plot is so intriguing. Max finds himself in a world that he does not know and has no idea why he is there. He meets up with some animals that can talk, which he takes in stride and then bands with them when they are attacked by hunters with blue swords that change the animals they cut into in a strange way. I […]

Posted December 15, 2011
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Book Review: Peter and Max: A Fables Novel

The real question is why in heck did it take me so long to get around to reading this one??? My uncle bought it for me for Christmas last year and I have no idea why I didn't read it the next day. I absolutely love the Fables graphic novel series and was excited that there was an actual YA novel set in the same universe. I also love fairy tale retellings. 🙂 Amazing. Mind-blowing. Heart-stopping. Let's just say that this book certainly takes you for a ride. It's definitely upper YA. There's some serious gore and evilness in this […]

Posted September 13, 2010
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Graphic Novel Review: Jack of Fables 4: Americana

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 […]

Posted June 22, 2010
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Graphic Novel Review: Jack of Fables Vol. 5: Turning Pages

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.

Posted November 22, 2009
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