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Jack of Fables #1 by Bill Willingham1
Jack of Fables #2 by Bill Willingham2
Jack of Fables #4 by Bill Willingham4
Jack of Fables #5 by Bill Willingham5
Jack of Fables #6 by Bill Willingham6
Jack of Fables #8 by Bill Willingham8
Jack of Fables #9 by Bill Willingham9
Jack of Fables #10 by Bill Willingham10
Jack of Fables #11 by Bill Willingham11
Jack of Fables #13 by Bill Willingham13
Jack of Fables #14 by Bill Willingham14
Jack of Fables #15 by Bill Willingham15
Jack of Fables #16 by Bill Willingham16
Jack of Fables #17 by Bill Willingham17
Jack of Fables #18 by Bill Willingham18
Jack of Fables #20 by Bill Willingham20
Jack of Fables #21 by Bill Willingham21
Jack of Fables #22 by Bill Willingham22
Jack of Fables #24 by Bill Willingham24
Jack of Fables #25 by Bill Willingham25
Jack of Fables #26 by Bill Willingham26
Jack of Fables #27 by Bill Willingham27
Jack of Fables #29 by Bill Willingham29
Jack of Fables #30 by Bill Willingham30
Jack of Fables #31 by Bill Willingham31
Jack of Fables #32 by Bill Willingham32
The Great Fables Crossover #2 (of 9) by Bill Willingham33
The Great Fables Crossover #5 (of 9) by Bill Willingham34
The Great Fables Crossover #8 (of 9) by Bill Willingham35
Jack of Fables #36 by Chris Roberson36
Jack of Fables #37 by Bill Willingham37
Jack of Fables #38 by Bill Willingham38
Jack of Fables #39 by Bill Willingham39
Jack of Fables #40 by Bill Willingham40
Jack of Fables #42 by Bill Willingham42
Jack of Fables #43 by Bill Willingham43
Jack of Fables #44 by Bill Willingham44
Jack of Fables #45 by Bill Willingham45
Jack of Fables #46 by Bill Willingham46
Jack of Fables #47 by Bill Willingham47
Jack of Fables #48 by Matthew Sturges48
Jack of Fables #49 by Bill Willingham49
Jack of Fables #50 by Bill Willingham50

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