Fables, Vol. 7: Arabian Nights (and Days) - Jim Fern, Jimmy Palmiotti, Andrew Pepoy, Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha, Bill Willingham I am always enchanted with Fables and how they show different arcs of character and how they have become the person they have because of the circumstances place by the adversary. I was shock that this volume barely had any action.

This volume introduces us the Arabian fairy tales and Sinbad. I did not like how because there was barely anyone in fable town who speak their language, half of the time was constant confusion between the Arabs and Fabletown citizens. Plus a useless battle with a Genie called D'Jinn

The great part is you witness Snow White and her kids at the farm after 5 years of being forced to isolation from Fabletown. Her kids are absolutely adorable and can morph into different wolfs and have many fur colors.

Then it randomly jump into this storyline about these two lovers who were made out of wood and their own personal transition into being human. Like in all fairy tales, every wish comes with a price and they immediately are chosen to spy on Fabletown and perform deedless acts. I'm curiously now what's going to happen to them when they caught.