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Fables Vol. 9: Sons of Empire by Bill Willingham

Fables Vol. 9: Sons of Empire by Bill Willingham

Genre: Fantasy, Graphic Novel
Series: #9 in the Fables series
Publisher: Vertigo
Publication Date: 2007
Pages: 200
Source: Library

The Book:
This volume 9 is a compilation of issues 52-59 of the comic series.

From the publisher:

The Best-Laid Plans

The free Fables living in the mundane world have struck a decisive blow against the Adversary, destroying one of his most valuable assests at the very heart of his empire – and setting the stage for an all-out war between the worlds in the process. Now, while the rule of the Homelands licks his wounds and gathers his forces, the denizens of Fabletown have a rare chance to savor the brief peace their victory has brought them. Everyone, however, knows that this is just the calm before the storm – and that even the winds themselves will have to choose sides before it’s over.

My Thoughts:
In the last volume of the series The Adversary was dealt a blow. This time around he’s gathering his forces and making plans.

Back in New York the Fables are enjoying a peaceful time but are a bit unnerved when an envoy from the Adversary shows up. Hansel is clearly not a nice guy.

Bigby Wolf, Snow White and thier kids visit Bigby’s Father and chaos and conniving follow.

I love this series and it just gets better and better. This volume is a good mix of action and setting the stage for future storylines. The final section is a series of short stories answering fun questions from readers of the series,.

If you haven’t started this series you should.

4 stars Rating 4/5