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The biggest problem with this crossover is that it's really a Jack of Fables story and not a Fables story at all.
I like Fables, and I really knew I wish it were going so I would know better if I should stay along for the ride or get off at the next stop.
While I'm glad I purchased it so I can keep my collection complete, this just wasn't my favorite book of the series.
Even for hardcore fans, this one makes no sense. Willingham uses half this book to take shots at his old English teachers, and he may have been influenced by Mike Carey's... Read morePublished 3 months ago by T. Cue.
I saw all the awful reviews for this arc so once I had caught up with both Fables AND Jack of Fables I walked in wary to see how the arc was going to play out and needless to say I... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Preferred Customer
I could have skipped this one and not have missed a thing. It was funnier than I expected though and the color on my kindle looked brilliant.Published 7 months ago by Mio
** spoiler alert ** After all the hype about the Literals, I was very excited to learn more about their story in this volume. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Matt Anderson
The issues in Vol. 13 are a total waste. It felt hacky from the word go. Jack is a rotten character, may he never come back to Fables, and may we never see the terrible Literals... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
I don't know what's wrong with some other reviewers, but I found the Great Fables Crossover to be a hilarious self-parody of storytelling and writing in general. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Rocco Ryg
This appears to be a writer's vanity getting out of hand. It serves no purpose whatsoever in the context of the Fable stories except that it allows "Jack" to return. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Von
The Jack stuff with the literals and the Page sisters was just kind of silly, but it is a nice interlude before the really bad stuff happens.Published 15 months ago by Lobsta Johnson