History YMMV / Fables

5th Nov '17 1:44:39 PM Lancelot07
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*** It's perhaps most noticeable with [[spoiler:Blossom, who is shown at the end to have become a NatureHero. Yet despite living in nature among animals, official artwork still only portray her as being in human form, when it'd make the most sense for ''her'' to be a wolf.]]

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*** It's perhaps most noticeable with [[spoiler:Blossom, who is shown at the end to have become a NatureHero. Yet despite living in nature among animals, official artwork still only portray her as being in human form, when it'd make a wolf form would surely have made the most sense for ''her'' to be a wolf.sense.]]
5th Nov '17 1:43:16 PM Lancelot07
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*** It's perhaps most noticeable with [[spoiler:Blossom, who is shown at the end to have become a NatureHero. Yet despite living in nature among animals, official artwork still only portray her as being in human form, when it'd make the most sense for ''her'' to be a wolf.]]
21st Sep '17 2:30:57 AM Robbyn
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* CounterpartComparison: Few people have pointed out Mr. Dark shares a number of superficial similarities with [[ComicBook/TheSandman Dream of Endless]].
6th Sep '17 10:14:35 AM DrPopo
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** What Kevin Thorn ends up doing to Sam in the ''Great Fables Crossover''.
** ''Cubs In the Toyland'' has whole gallons AdultFear, especially if you're a parent. [[spoiler: Each of the toys caused the death of a child. They list those "murders" and they're all completely mundane accidents that could happen to any child playing without supervision.]]
4th Jun '17 11:09:22 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Bigby is a very divisive and controversial figure. Some perceive his treatment as a glorification and rationalisation for an amoral savage thrill-killing callous cannibalistic social-Darwinist VillainProtagonist, that represents the absolutely worst that real life humanity has to offer, whereas others simply see him as a badass or a responsible family man.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Bigby is a very divisive and controversial figure. Some perceive his treatment as a glorification and rationalisation for an amoral savage thrill-killing callous cannibalistic social-Darwinist VillainProtagonist, that represents the absolutely worst that real life humanity has to offer, whereas others simply see him as a badass or a responsible family man.
24th May '17 2:08:24 PM Lancelot07
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** Small one, but the fact that all of [[spoiler:Snow and Bigby's]] children can transform between human and wolf (and any other creature they should desire) only seems to serve as plot detail when they're children, as they often transform into wolves and even has to learn how to appear human most of the time. As they get older and start having more character-centric stories, however, their love of transforming into wolves appears to go away as they all eventually stay human on-screen all the time. It would have been interesting to see at least one of the children find out he/she preferred being a wolf and chose to stay permanently in ''that'' form, as opposed to his/her siblings and father. At the very least have some of them still occasionally transform into their father's real species which they loved so much as children, instead of making it look like they completely forgot about that ability in the end.
4th Apr '17 12:47:36 AM GroLor
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** The {{spinoff}} novel ''Peter And Max'': [[TheSociopath Max Piper]] is consumed by his desire for power and his [[ItsAllAboutMe unbelievable narcissism]]. When the Homelands are invaded by the Adversary's forces, Max murders other survivors for supplies. Hungering for revenge [[CainAndAbel against his brother Peter]] for inheriting the family flute Frost, Max goes out of his way to torment him. among Max's atrocities, he cripples Peter's wife Bo Peep to hurt Peter. Max travels across the land while spreading chaos and destruction, even casting a spell to sterilize the entire Fable race. In his most famous act, Max [[WouldHurtAChild steals the children of towns]] that refuse to pay him for his services and uses them to [[HumanSacrifice pay off bargains]] to dark powers he has made, adding "the little brats didn't die happy."

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** The {{spinoff}} novel ''Peter And Max'': [[TheSociopath Max Piper]] is consumed by his desire for power and his [[ItsAllAboutMe unbelievable narcissism]]. When the Homelands are invaded by the Adversary's forces, Max murders other survivors for supplies. Hungering for revenge [[CainAndAbel against his brother Peter]] for inheriting the family flute Frost, Max goes out of his way to torment him. among Max's atrocities, he cripples Peter's him, doing things like crippling his wife Bo Peep to hurt Peter.Peep. Max travels across the land while spreading chaos and destruction, even casting a spell to sterilize the entire Fable race. In his most famous act, Max [[WouldHurtAChild steals the children of towns]] that refuse to pay him for his services and uses them to [[HumanSacrifice pay off bargains]] to dark powers he has made, adding "the little brats didn't die happy."
15th Jan '17 11:09:46 PM DustSnitch
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Bigby is a very divisive and controversial figure. Some perceive his treatment as a glorification and rationalisation for an amoral savage thrill-killing callous cannibalistic social-Darwinist VillainProtagonist, that represents the absolutely worst that real life humanity has to offer, whereas others simply see him as a BadAss or a responsible family man.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Bigby is a very divisive and controversial figure. Some perceive his treatment as a glorification and rationalisation for an amoral savage thrill-killing callous cannibalistic social-Darwinist VillainProtagonist, that represents the absolutely worst that real life humanity has to offer, whereas others simply see him as a BadAss badass or a responsible family man.
15th Jan '17 11:09:21 PM DustSnitch
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** Reynard Fox plays a big role in some of the first issues as a cunning {{Badass}} of great help to Snow White and the Fable Community. After the Revolution arc is over with however, he gets reduced to a background character for the rest of the series.

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** Reynard Fox plays a big role in some of the first issues as a cunning {{Badass}} badass of great help to Snow White and the Fable Community. After the Revolution arc is over with however, he gets reduced to a background character for the rest of the series.
10th Jan '17 11:14:57 PM BatmanKalEl
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** With ''Series/OnceUponATime'' due to both having the initial high-concept of "fairy tale characters trapped in the modern world". However, this was mostly in the run-up to ''Once Upon A Time'' being first broadcast, it dropped quite a lot when the first few episodes of the TV show made it clear how significantly different the actual plots and styles of the works were. Despite this, many Fables' fans still blame ''Once Upon A Time'' for being the main reason why the comics hasn't been adapted to another media yet.

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** With ''Series/OnceUponATime'' due to both having the initial high-concept of "fairy tale characters trapped in the modern world". However, this was mostly in the run-up to ''Once Upon A Time'' being first broadcast, it dropped quite a lot when the first few episodes of the TV show made it clear how significantly different the actual plots and styles of the works were. Despite this, many Fables' fans still blame ''Once Upon A Time'' for being the main reason why the comics ''Fables'' hasn't been adapted to another media yet.
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