Fables

Fables

Volume 7, Arabian Nights (and Days)

Book - 2006
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Now that they know the identity of the Adversary, Fabletown prepares to defend itself. That means forming alliances with others who are unconquered by the Adversary's legions, but the arrival of a delegations from the Arabian Homelands shows them how tricky this can prove to be.
Publisher: New York : Vertigo/DC Comics, c2006.
ISBN: 9781401210007
1401210007
Characteristics: 141 p. :,chiefly col. ill. ;,26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Buckingham, Mark
Alternative Title: Arabian nights (and days)

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StarLord21
Feb 20, 2014

Despite what other readers have said, I enjoyed it. The Rodney & June story has been the best side story since Jack's American Tales. Although the artwork is typically not as good as the main storyline. Not my favorite Fables but decent.

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LazyNeko
Dec 17, 2011

The arrival of Sinbad and the Arabian Fables completely fizzled. The story was wrapped up too neatly and too easily. The governing trio of Prince Charming, Beast, and Beauty become more predictably dysfunctional. There's also a lengthy short story about a wooden soldier and his lady love I didn't care for.

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redwallflower
Nov 10, 2010

Probably my least favourite Fables installment so far. Hopefully the next one doesn't follow suit. Otherwise, I'm still really enjoying this series.

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LazyNeko
Dec 17, 2011

Boy Blue: You wanted to be mayor and now you are. So please quit crying about how tough the job is and do it.

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