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Tag Archives: Fables
For a variety of (spectacularly boring) reasons, I wasn’t able to spend as much time at Baltimore Comic Con this year as I have in the past. However, I did manage to canvas the floor, meet a ton of really … Continue reading
San Diego Comic Con is just around the corner, and the three of us here at GRCT are going to be counting down to it with a series of posts. Look for them every Wednesday leading up to preview night … Continue reading
This panel celebrated 10 years of Fables wherein panelists talked about the past of Fables, the future of Fables and Fairest and what could have been. There was teasing, giveaways and an impromptu song. That’s just how they roll.
Artist Chrissie Zullo created the covers for one of my favourite series — the Fables spin-off Cinderella. We were delighted when she answered our questions!
As much as we love capes and masks here at GRCT, it’s time to shine the light on our favourite current non-superhero book. No X-Men, Avengers or Bats in this one! Fables – Bill Willingham My top pick was already … Continue reading
We all have them in our lives. People who don’t love comics. I know, it’s hard to believe, but they exist. So we decided to put together a list of gifts you can give to the non-comic lovers in your … Continue reading
We’ve been focusing on female creators a lot around here and this month we thought we’d throw it out there – who’s the female character that holds a special place in our hearts? Dee: For once I’m not going to … Continue reading
Now that the dust is settling, it’s time for us here at GRCT to tell you about our favourite announcements from the weekend. It’s a hard call, as there was a lot of news pouring out of the convention, but … Continue reading
We came up with the idea that we’d pose a question to the GRCT team each month, and all come up with our answers. This is the first of the series, hopefully you enjoy, and feel free to discuss anything … Continue reading