Jack of Fables #1-3 (2006) Comic Books

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Jack of Fables #1-3 (2006) by Vertigo / DC Comics
1 (September 2006)

Written by Bill Willingham & Matthew Sturges. Art by Tony Akins & Andrey Pepoy. Cover by James Jean. Everyone's favorite trickster is back ? now in his own monthly series written by FABLES creator Bill Willingham and prose writer Matthew Sturges (Midwinter, Beneath the Skin and Other Stories) and featuring art by Tony Akins (HELLBLAZER: PAPA MIDNITE) & Andrew Pepoy (FABLES) and covers by James Jean. After stealing money from Fabletown and pissing off all the wrong people, Jack of the Tales ? who is at once every Jack of legend ? was booted out of the Fables community. But for Jack, there was no better way to strike back than starring in his own series. Last seen hitchhiking from Hollywood after releasing a trilogy of films (about himself) that made him an international superstar, the series follows Jack's immediate adventures as a wayward Fable in the heartland of America. His extreme road stories and encounters with other notorious, renegade Fables are just a few of the situations in store for this fan-favorite character of the multiple Eisner Award-winning FABLES series. Willingham remarked, "The only way to stop Jack from stinking up the regular FABLES series was to offer him his own spin-off book, so really we had no choice."

2 (October 2006)

Written by Bill Willingham & Matthew Sturges Art by Tony Akins & Andrey Pepoy Cover by James Jean So Jack's gone and got himself kidnapped, bloodied, broken, and spirited away to a mysterious prison camp called the Golden Boughs Retirement Village. For any other Fable this would spell a mess of trouble, but for Jack it's no more than a...okay, it's also a mess of trouble for him, but he'll stay undaunted when he meets the enigmatic author of his current dilemma: the mysterious Mr. Revise!

3 (November 2006)

Written by Bill Willingham & Matthew Sturges. Art by Tony Akins & Andrew Pepoy. Cover by James Jean. Jack is determined not to remain a prisoner in the Golden Boughs Retirement Village, run by the mysterious Mr. Revise and his army of evil librarians. Jack's planning the great escape of all captive Fables, but we've seen what happens to most of Jack's schemes before. Does this one have a chance of working or is he doomed to remain a prisoner for centuries to come


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