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Fables TPB Vol. 7: Arabian Nights and Days

Fables TPB Vol. 7: Arabian Nights and Days


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By:   Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Jim Fern
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Fantasy
Publisher:   DC ComicsVertigo
Orig. Released:   2006
Pub. Date:   July 07, 2006
Availability:   Released
ISBN:   1401210007
UPC:   978140121000751499
For ages:   16+
Details:   Full color, Soft cover

FABLES: ARABIAN NIGHTS (AND DAYS) opens a new front in the struggle between the Fables and the Adversary as the worlds of the Arabian Fables are invaded - leading to an unprecedented diplomatic mission to Fabletown and a bad case of culture shock!

This seventh volume of the popular Vertigo series also includes 'The Ballad of Rodney and June' the 2-part story of forbidden love among the Adversary's wooden soldiers and features stellar art by Mark Buckingham Steve Leialoha, Jim Fern, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Andrew Pepoy.



This title collects
Fables #42-47
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  • Aug 10, 2010 Dane Higbee from Sparta, WI

    The Arabian Fables are being invaded! Sinbad comes to the Western Fables to seek counsel and possibly a refuge. The language barrier is too hard to overcome and almost starts a war.

    There's more to the trip than meets the eye, someone brought a Genie (D'Jinn) with them that is more powerful than anything!

    Can the Western Fables stop the Genie before he completes the 3 wishes or will the lack of a common language destroy Fabletown?


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