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A fun and interesting story. Get to know Cinderella better and see a new and exciting side of her. Highly recommendedPublished 2 months ago by WeertzyWitch
Femme fatale Cinderellla! I am a fan of this Fables side project.Published 6 months ago by Ronald J. Smith
Fables superspy Cinderella teams up with Aladdin to find out who is smuggling out magical items from the Homelands and selling them to mundys (meaning, normal humans). Read morePublished 11 months ago by Potentially Bright Cilantron
In Fabletown, no one is who they traditionally are. The Big Bad Wolf was the sheriff but Beast (from Beauty and the... fame) now has the job. Cinderella is doubly covert. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Joseph M. Reninger
This is not my favorite story in the Fables universe, but it was OK. I have a feeling that Cinderella could end up being a female version of a James Bond-like character, in which... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Matt Anderson
A spin off from the brilliant Fables comic, taking place after the war is fine, Cindy is a high level operative for beast, keeping an eye on the power vacuum back in the homelands. Read morePublished 20 months ago by A long time ago...
Love the Fables and spin off stories! Only problem is I tend to sit down and read in one sitting, then I have to wait for more.Published on May 6, 2013 by kristopher keil
I love the Fables series and this is such a great addition to my collection! I think it's great that they gave Cinderella her own miniseries and I keep looking forward to whatever... Read morePublished on March 21, 2013 by Angela R. Fortunato
Excellent use of an otherwise "empty" character. I love Fables use of Female characters who are normally very shallow, and boring. Cinderella is my favorite spinoff from Fables. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by A. Gutierrez