Fables, Vol. 9: Sons of Empire

Fables, Vol. 9: Sons of Empire

Winner of Fourteen Eisner Awards

The best-laid plans.
The free Fables living in the mundane world have struck a decisive blow against the Adversary, destroying one of his most valuable assets at the very heart of his empire - and setting the stage for an all-out war between the worlds in the process. Now, while the ruler of the Homelands licks his wounds and gathers his forces, the denizens of Fabletown have a rare chance to savor the brief peace their victory has brought them. Everyone, however, knows that this is just the calm before the storm - and that even the winds themselves will have to choose sides before it's over.

Collecting: Fables 52-59

Title:Fables, Vol. 9: Sons of Empire
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401213169
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    Fables, Vol. 9: Sons of Empire Reviews

  • Calista

    I always enjoy these stories. They are getting thicker though, and it takes longer to read them. They are no longer a quick read and Vol. 10 gets even thicker.WAR IS COMING.We see both sides making pl...

  • Joy

    "Hold the jar upright, Snow. Don't spill my brothers."As always, Bigby and Snow are adorable, especially with their kids, but there was just something lacking in this volume. I felt like any organizat...

  • Shannon

    THE SERIES What if fairy tale characters existed in our world? And what if they had ways of not revealing themselves to us per their magic? This popular series focuses on such a concept. It has the us...

  • Emma

    In which we learn more about the relationship between Bigby and his dad ; questions are answered. I love the stories involving the wolf cubs!...

  • Jonathan Terrington

    I'm going to come right out and say it: Fables is one of the most remarkably consistent graphic novel or comic book series that I have ever read. It has intriguing characters (characters to love, char...

  • Sylvester Kuo

    Sons of Empire focused on Adversary's plan to rule the mundy world and Bigby family celebrating winter. With some unnecessary short stories in between....

  •  Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    Sons of Empire was my last Fables installment before I stated a voluntary hiatus from the series. Fact is, I love this series, and I am not eager to get burned out on it, or to be devastated when it's...

  • Wing Kee

    A story of sons and fathers.World: The art is always great, sure there are some great artists here but mainly Buckingham and his art is amazing. He's responsible for a lot of the love I have for this ...

  • Sud666

    After a long break, I have drifted back to Fables to finish it off. I really shouldn't have taken the break. This was very good.Without being too spoilery, let's just say this volume shows the prepara...

  • Celise

    The things I've been missing in the past few volumes have returned (in 2007, but I'm here now)!I really loved the Christmas special and the focus on my favourite characters.The art in issues 57 and 59...