Friday, December 20, 2013
Fables: Werewolves of the Heartland by Bill Willingham
Werewolves of the Heartland is best read after reading Fables #16: Super Team, though it can stand on its own without having all the background knowledge from the previous volumes. It is a fun read, especially for lovers of werewolves, but it is not as strong in entertainment value as the original series itself. However, if you consider it yet another level of the Fable world, one that brings in more complex characterization and an interesting layer of Bigby, his past, present, and future, it is a volume you don't want to miss.
Have you visited the Heartland with Bigby? What did you think?
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Well, I love just about everything about the Fables series, so it's no surprise that I loved this one too! Especially since I have what may be an inappropriate crush on Bigby Wolf. I agree with you, that it's not as strong as the main series, but as a side dish for fans, it's wonderful!ReplyDelete
bookshelffantasies.com ... Ha! I'm pretty sure that your inappropriate crush on Bigby is actually more on the normal side for many Fables fans! I just adore him!! I really enjoyed this one!Delete