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"Fables" creator Bill WIllingham spoke with CBR TV about his acclaimed series, the current status of it's TV deal, the upcoming video game, the newest ongoing spinoff tile "Fairest" and much, much more.
Bill Willingham and a cast of creators responsible for DC/Vertigo’s Fables Universe tease upcoming arcs, the spinoff series "Fairest" and a new "Fables" game
Blurb: Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger took to the stage at San Diego's Comic-Con International with some of Vertigo's leading writers and artists to tell fans what to expect from the DC imprint starting this fall.
With a new season debuting this week on BBC, Tony Lee spoke with CBR about a certain Time Lord's adventures in comics, including an unexpected foray into football with artist Mark Buckingham.
Series creator Bill Willingham spoke with CBR News about who will answer roll call in the new "Fables" arc titled "Super Team," as a group of elite Fables head into battle against the evil Mister Dark.
A long-time fan of the iconic British character, writer Matthew Sturges tells CBR about his enthusiasm for writing the Doctor and what he has planned for the miniseries drawn by Kelly Yates.
The latest "Fables" story arc bring capes and cowls to the denizens of Fabletown and today Vertigo Comics offered a preview of covers and interior art giving a glimpse into "Super Group."
Greg McElhatton gave "Fables" #100 a 4 star review, calling the oversized package helmed by by creator Bill Willingham and longtime artist Mark Buckingham "a great celebration of 'Fables' hitting its 100th issue."
As "Fables" reaches its landmark issue #100, CBR spoke with with creator Bill Willingham about the Eisner Award-winning title with "Jack of Fables" writer Matt Sturges stopping by to discuss the spinoff series' finale.
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Fables" #100. The oversized milestone issue is written by creator Bill Willingham with art by Mark Buckingham, Chrissie Zullo and more with a cover by Joao Ruas.
Tim takes on the experimental Miracleman work of Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham, wraps up his retrospective on the Marvelman character, and looks at what might have been and what might still happen.
The artist behind the last original 'Miracleman' stories published in the U.S. reacts to the news and teases the possible future of he and Neil Gaiman's unfinished masterpiece