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Can the Fisher King save Therese or will young Dare be the heroic rescuing knight of his daydreams? In the penultimate chapter of “Cubs in Toyland,” we will see just who will make it out of Discardia in one piece – and who will be tattered like the citizen toys.

Also, the antics of Bufkin continue in the Oz backup feature with art by Shawn McManus!

Story by Bill Willingham
Art by Mark Buckingham & Steve Leialoha
Colors by Lee Loughridge
Letters by Todd Klein
Cover by Joao Ruas

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Avg Rating: 4.3
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  1. I wish the Bufkin backup stories were longer, I have been loving him as rebel leader!

  2. Wrong solicit.

  3. This is gonna be fun! I’ve really liked this arc and that Fables spark hit when you found out the secret behind the toys. The prophecy is coming true!

  4. I finally gave up on this series and cancelled it after the last issue…will I forget it or regret it?

    • I know a lot of people say this title went off the rails after issue #75 but as someone who has been reading since issue #1 I can only think of 4-5 issues out of 118 that left me wanting, three of which were from the great Fables crossover. I loved the Mister Dark arc – issue #100 being one of the best in the entire series – and the latest on the Discardia has everything I love about this series. While other books may hit higher highs on occasion, this and BPRD are, for me, the two series that most consistently deliver 4 star books (or higher). I am in this series until it has issued its last issue.

    • I don’t disagree with a lot of that, I enjoyed most of the post-crossover issues. This last arc though has just killed me. They should have done this in 1 or 2 issues. I’ve felt like almost nothing happened for a LOTof pages. I’ve no doubt this series will get good again, I’m just dropping out until it picks up. There are too many other good comics I haven’t read.

  5. This arc has been fantastic. Creepy. But fantastic. I’m really liking how the Cubs are getting fleshed out.

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