Sons of Empire is decent, but it’s the two special treats at the end that make it a better-than-average read.
Arabian Nights (and Days) was the victim of too many new characters competing for attention. But it was still fun.
There’s no denying it: war is entertaining. And The March of the Wooden Soldiers is all about a battle royale in Fabletown.
If graphic novels were TV shows, Fables would definitely get a season pass on my DVR. The second volume, Animal Farm, deals with an uprising of Fable citizens in upstate New York.