The Batman/Fables Crossover that… er… someone must have asked for nears its conclusion with Batman vs Bigby: A Wolf in Gotham #5 Check out the preview below. BATMAN VS BIGBY A WOLF IN GOTHAM #5 (OF 6) DC Comics 1121DC047 1121DC048 – BATMAN VS BIGBY A WOLF IN GOTHAM #5 (OF 6) CVR B BRIAN LEVEL & JAY LEISTEN[...]
For years people have been clamoring for this game, based on the Vertigo Comics series Fables, as they explore stories with new and familiar characters in events that take place before Issue #1 The first game was such a success that a sequel was pretty much guaranteed until Telltale laid off most of its staff[...]
4 issues in, it looks like we're finally getting to the team-up part of the hero vs. hero comic in this preview of Batman vs. Bigby: A Wolf in Gotham #4.
What did you click on, Steve?! What did you do?! Anyway, the show must go on, amirite? The Batman/Fables crossover continues in Batman vs Bigby A Wolf in Gotham #3, in stores on Tuesday from DC In typical crossover fashion, Batman and Bigby are fighting each other, but who's pulling the strings behind the scenes?[...]
The Batcave has been totally wrecked in this preview of Batman vs Bigby A Wolf in Gotham #2, in stores on Tuesday from DC Comics... and it's all Alfred's fault!
Ahead of the return of Fables by Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham, in September, DC Comics is publishing Batman vs Bigby! A Wolf in Gotham which sees Fables' sleuth Bigby Wolf go head-to-head with the Batman in a six-issue spinoff miniseries from DC Black Label Written by Bill Willingham with pencils by Brian Level, inks[...]
DC Comics has announced the return of the popular DC Vertigo series Fables with Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham as a DC Black Label beginning with Fables #151 as well as a six-issue mini-series Batman vs Bigby! A Wolf in Gotham by Bill Willingham with pencils by Brian Level, inks by Jay Leisten, and colours[...]
Comic book and fantasy writer Nancy A Collins has made an appeal on behalf of her creative partner and close friend Craig Hamilton of Aquaman, Fables and Spectre. Credit: Craig Hamilton, DC She wrote last month; While walking home late Friday night (12/11) after watching a friend perform at an open-air event, Craig misjudged the height of a[...]
Considering how much material the devs have to work with from Vertigo Comics' amazing Fables series, and the talent behind the game, there are a number of different directions they could go While we may not know everything happening with the game right now, all the news coming from it just gets better. It looks[...]
DC Cancelled Collections – Absolute Fables, John Byrne's Man Of Steel Omnibus, Golden Age Batman and Road To Legion
DC Comics has let retailers know that they have cancelled all orders for Absolute Fables Volume One but that the contents will be made available in a different format Given that the Absolute format is over-sized hardcover-in-slipcase, it will be interesting to see what format will replace it They have also cancelled orders for Batman:[...]
Sad news for Fables fans today, as Telltale Games revealed that the second season of its critically acclaimed series The Wolf Among Us will be delayed and pushed back to 2019 The company posted a small blog entry letting fans know the details Here's a snippet from the post. credit//Telltale Games This delay comes as the result[...]
The writing was all over the wall, so Telltale Games released it early: We are getting sequels to 'The Wolf Among Us' and 'Batman' in 2018.
If you've forgotten about The Wolf Among Us, shame on you! The Telltale Games title based on the Vertigo Comics series Fables was one of the most acclaimed hits for the company and turned a lot of gamers onto the series who didn't even realize this awesome comic book series existed And for those of[...]
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