Read Fables, Vol. 2: Animal Farm Online Free - Ever since they were driven from their homelands by the Adversary, the non-human Fables have been living on the Farm—a vast property in upstate New York that keeps them hidden from the prying eyes of the mundane world. But now, after hundreds of years of isolation, the Farm is seething with revolution, fanned by the inflammatory rhetoric of Goldilocks and the Three Little Pigs. And when Snow White and her sister Rose Red stumble upon their plan to liberate the Homelands, the commissars of the Farm are ready to silence them—by any means necessary!
Collecting the second story arc of creator and writers Bill Willingham's acclaimed series Fables, Animal Farm feature the stunning artwork of penciller Mark Buckingham and inker Steve Leialoha, and includes a special sketchbook section of preliminary artwork from Willingham, Buckingham, and cover artist James Jean.
Collects issues 6-10
|Title||:||Fables, Vol. 2: Animal Farm|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
July 17, 2016
It has been quite awhile since I read the first volume out of this massive series, but it did not really matter as the previous happenings were shortly recapped before continuing the telly tales, which again makes it possible to keep longer breaks between multiple volumes.
It is clear that the wor...
March 19, 2017
The second volume is about a revolution on the Fable farm, started by the non-human looking fairy-tale characters. They are sick of being stuck on the farm and want to be free to live among the "mundys" (humans). We get to see The Three Little Pigs, characters from The Jungle Book, and Goldilocks...
November 12, 2010
I'm trying to get through this series, but it isn't getting any better. The dialogue is so wooden, and everyone has the same personality and tells the same lame jokes. There's no character to these characters, and the art isn't helping. I'm getting the distinct impression that Willingham doesn't...
January 12, 2016
I'm finally continuing with the Fables Series and I have to say I am very excited to be doing so! I have had the next couple since September and just never got around to them last year, but I knew I would enjoy them when i did and this was certainly one I did enjoy.
Fables is a story following all...
June 17, 2013
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 usual archetypes and characters taking some liberties but always trying to make things interesting....
August 27, 2016
This second volume of Fables deals with the Farm that was already mentioned in the previous volume. The Farm is the place they keep all the fairy tale characters that cannot pass as humans (like the three pigs, all the animals from Jungle Book and so on). It's quite big, remote, protected by spel...
August 28, 2015
Ah! I have an intense, borderline creepy love for this series *heavy breathing*
Animal Farm is one solid story arc in the Fables series (issues 6-11) and if you've read Animal Farm by George Orwell, it will come as no surprise to know that this particular arc is about a revolt at the Farm: a pro...
September 10, 2017
In this issue of Fables, Snow White and Rose Red take a trip upstate to the Animal Farm to check on the non-human-passing Fables. Upon arriving, they find that Weyland Smith has gone missing, and two of the pigs have taken over the farm in leading an uprising revolution to take back the Homelands...
June 17, 2012
In comic form!
After reading the first volume in Bill Willingham’s popular “Fables” series, I was a bit interested in reading the second volume of this series, hoping to find out more about the Adversary who took the Fables’ land from them. But in “Fables: Anim...
September 10, 2013
I will start this review with a confession. I've never read Animal Farm or Lord of the Flies, two literary classics that this volume of Animal Farm alludes to. However, even in my casual acquaintance with both books, I can see some parallels in the story.
Animal Farm is more serious than Legends i...