Juan Ramón Vallarino J. wrote:Got your back, kid.
Juan Ramón Vallarino J. wrote:FWIW, Vancouver is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been. On one level, I'm seriously envious (on another, I get the impression that Vancouver is the type of place where you could get a little stir-crazy).
Good point on the explanations of how magic works. That dovetails nicely with a line I remember from way back when, where someone mentioned how the 13th floorers had studied Beast's curse back and forwards to better understand how it works. That statement and these new ones seem to show how magic works in the Fablesverse.
Juan Ramón Vallarino J. wrote:Please remind me where the Seawall is in relation to the Convention Center? (I stayed at a hotel close to the Convention Center in Sep/Oct 2010, but jogged deep into Gas Town and deep into Stanley Park – once almost to Lions Gate Bridge, and the other time to about the Second Beach area)..
I think ever since Fables shifted to focus on Snow and Bigby's cubs (which are all technically new characters) it kind of changed things for the readership... Granted I could be wrong... but when the focus shifts from beloved fairytales characters to original ones the tone of the overall story changes.C. Kistler wrote:I haven't read this one yet, but so far, this series is what I wish Fables was. It's action and it's emotion and it's real characters. It's Beauty angry that True Love's Kiss never turns into True Love's Forever After. It's Lumi settling for the Master Storyteller, Ali, and using a great plot twist by calling in the cavalry. It's all internally consistent and lovely. I couldn't ask for more. It makes me wonder what is Bill up to over at Fables?!
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