[KINDLE] ❀ Jack of Fables, Vol. 4: Americana Author Bill Willingham – Writerscompany.co.uk

Jack of Fables, Vol. 4: Americana Jack Hits The Road In Seach Of A Lost City Of Gold Aided By His Sidekicks Paul Bunyan, Humpty Dumpty, Gary The Pathetic Fallacy And The Mysterious Hillary Page, Jack S In For The Adventure Of A Lifetime Collecting Jack Of Fables



10 thoughts on “Jack of Fables, Vol. 4: Americana

  1. says:

    Jack and his crew head to Americana in search of gold Americana is a wonderful addition to the fables mythos that hadn t been explored to date It s based on American myths, not only those like Paul Bunyon and Tom Sawyer butgeneral ones like Gangsterland and Antebellum along with the villain of this piece, the Book Burner I thought this was delightful fun with very


  2. says:

    These Jack of Fables collections are really getting tired.I greatly enjoy the other Fables books, so I always expect to enjoy these books filled with similar characters and adventures However, many of the male characters in this series are crass and sexist The stories aren t that good either, kind of meandering and not fleshed out.I feel like the other Fables series is


  3. says:

    In the fourth installment we get to see Jack in the fabled America, a mix of different historical eras all over the land There s a nice play with the Three Page Sisters, someinfo about Literals STORY PLOTTING B CHARACTERS DIALOGUE B plus LITERAL FABLE FOCUS B to B plus WHEN READ December 2011 OVERALL GRADE B to B plus In the fourth installment we get to see Jack in the fable


  4. says:

    I was so disappointed in this volume after loving the third volume The story didn t grip me and Jack for the first time genuinely annoyed me I just don t think I liked the theme of this one Hopefully by the time I get to the fifth volume things will get better but for now it s back to the original storyline with the other Fable characters that I have missed.


  5. says:

    Huh I hate to say this, but the series is growing on me This chapter focused on the relationships between the characters, but also on the world of Americana where the Fables of American literature, tall tales and history have apparently lived in relative peace no signs of the Adversary s influence , and Jack s smarmy sneakiness is kept to a minimum This volume contained a number of in


  6. says:

    This series has never been great, but this volume was just a shocking mess I stopped caring about half way through, but I did make it to the end I guess that means that the Fables crossover that s coming up is going to be a mess too as it seems like it s mostly stemming from the story lines in Jack The literal zombies are the best thing about this collection, but they re not even explained


  7. says:

    Reviewed A Great Book Is The Cheapest Vacation I can t say enough good things about Bill Willingham s Fables Jack of Fables series He brings a raw twist to the classic fairy tales that will glue your eyes to every page The Fables series is my favorite graphic novel series for a few reasons Besides the amazing artwork and laugh out loud humor, the stories are always engrossing It s new stories,


  8. says:

    Oh man What is it that makes Jack so likable and entertaining despite that fact that he s a total jerk To put it simply, Jack is the human embodiment of a cat Cats are great because they re kind of wonderful and awful at the same time That s who Jack is Jack is never actively antagonistic to anyone who isn t in his way He doesn t really pick fights and he s not out to ruin anyone s life He just want


  9. says:

    This series tends to mecomical than the main Fables series, and while comedy is fine I prefer the original seriesIt has some comedy as well but not as much Plus, I don t really like the main character, Jack In any case, it s still entertaining In this one we see Jack and his troop journey to Americana, which is the land of American Fables such as Paul Bunyan, Tom Sawyer, etc The plan is for the group to


  10. says:

    Much better than the previous volume, but not quite as good as the first,like a 3.5 5.Jack of Fables redeems itself a bit here with a much better main storyline than last time and a host of characters that didn t need to be carried by the still strong Gary The issue added onto the end of this collection started to bore me a little, but it picks up half way through and you can see why they did make it, a nice


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