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Fables: Wolves GN Collects Issues 48-51

Condition: Very Fine/Near Mint

Format: Trade Paperback

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Key Features
Author(s) Bill Willingham
Illustrator Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Shawn McManus and Andrew Pepoy
Publisher DC
Date of Publication 2006
Language English
Format Trade Paperback
Subject Fables
Publication Data
Place of Publication U.S.A.
Imprint Vertigo

Fables: Wolves

Collects Issues 48-51 Information about the story and characters in this issue can be found on marvel.fandom.com

Author Biography

William Willingham (Born 1956) is an American comic book and writer and artist.

Willingham got his start from the late 1970s to early 1980s as a staff artist for TSR, Inc., where he did a number of their role-playing game products including a couple of 1982 adventures for the game Villains & Vigilantes for Fantasy Games Unlimited, He also produced the alien race design artwork for the original Master of Orion video game.

He first gained attention for his 1980s comic book series Elementals published by Comico, which he both wrote and illustrated. In the early 2000s, he began writing for DC Comics, including the limited series Proposition Player, a pair of limited series about the Greek witch Thessaly from The Sandman, and the series Fables.[4] In 2003, Fables won the Will Eisner Comic Industry awards for best serialized story and best new series. He describes himself as "rabidly pro-Israel" and says that Fables "was intended from the beginning" as a metaphor for the Israeliā€“Palestinian conflict, although he argues that Fables is not "a political tract. It never will be, but at the same time, it's not going to shy away from the fact that there are characters who have real moral and ethical centers, and we're not going to apologize for it."

Mark Buckingham (Born May 23, 1966) is an English comic book writer and artistHe initially started working professionally on strips and illustrations for a British satire magazine called The Truth in 1987 where he first worked with Neil Gaiman illustrating some of his articles. His American debut came the following year as inker on DC Comics Hellblazer, taking over as penciller from issue 18.
He is most famous for his work on Marvelman (Miracleman, in USA), Hellblazer, and Fables, including a story in the original graphic novel 1001 Nights of Snowfall. His Marvel work includes inking Chris Bachalo's pencils on Generation X, Ghost Rider 2099, and penciling Paul Jenkins's run on Peter Parker: Spider-Man. For DC Comics, Buckingham has inked the two Death miniseries and was the original penciller on the Titans series. In the 1990s Mark shared a studio with The Beano and Marvel artist Kev F. Sutherland,[3]working together on Marvel's Star Trek and Doctor Strange.
Buckingham and Fables creator and writer Bill Willingham switched roles as writer and artist for Fables issue 100.