Книга: Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha «Fables-3: Storybook Love»

Fables-3: Storybook Love

In the Fables' world, there isn't a lot of happily-ever-after to go around. As refugees from the lands of make-believe, the Fables have been driven from their storybook realms and forced to blend in with our gritty, mundane reality. But that doesn't mean they don't have any room for romance - or the pain, betrayal and jealous rage that go along with it. In fact, love may be blooming between two of the most hard-bitten, no-nonsense Fables around. But are they destined for happiness - or a quick and untimely death?

Издательство: "Vertigo" (2004)

Формат: 170x260, 192 стр.

ISBN: 978-1-4012-0256-9

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Bill Willingham

Infobox Comics creator



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Bill Willingham (born December 1956 in Fort Belvoir, Virginia) is an American writer and artist of comics.

Biography

Willingham got his start in the late 1970s to early 1980s as a staff artist for TSR, where he illustrated a number of their role-playing game products. He first gained attention for his 1980s comic book series "Elementals" published by Comico, which he both wrote and drew, however the series had trouble maintaining a consistent schedule, and Willingham's position in the industry remained spotty for many years. He contributed stories to "Green Lantern" and started his own independent, black-and-white comic book series "Coventry" which lasted only 3 issues. He also produced the pornographic series "Ironwood" for Eros Comix.

In the late 1990s, Willingham reestablished himself as a prolific writer. He produced the 13-issue "Pantheon" for Lone Star Press and wrote a pair of short novels about the modern adventures of the hero Beowulf, and a fantasy novel "Down the Mysterly River" published by the writer's collective, Clockwork Storybook, of which Willingham was a founding member. In the early 2000s, he began writing extensively for DC Comics, including the limited series "Proposition Player", a pair of limited series about the Greek witch Thessaly from "The Sandman", and most notably the popular series "Fables".Citation | last = Irvine | first = Alex | author-link = Alexander C. Irvine | contribution = Fables | editor-last = Dougall | editor-first = Alastair | title = The Vertigo Encyclopedia | pages = 72-81 | publisher = Dorling Kindersley | place = New York | year = 2008 | ISBN = 0-7566-4122-5 | oclc = 213309015]

Willingham worked on the "Robin" series from 2004 to 2006, and established "Shadowpact", a title spun off his "Day of Vengeance" limited series. He is currently writing "Jack of Fables", an ongoing spin-off of his Fables series, co-written by Matthew Sturges. At the 2007 Comic Con International, he announced that he would be writing "Salvation Run", a mini-series about supervillains who are banished to an inhospitable prison planet. [ [http://www.newsarama.com/Comic-Con_07/DC/SalvationRun.html SDCC '07: Bill Willingham on "Salvation Run"] , Newsarama, July 27, 2007] [ [http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Baltimore_07/DCU_panel.html Baltimore Comic Con '07 - DC Universe Panel] , Newsarama, September 9, 2007] Unfortunately, he had to hand over the writing to Sturges after two issues because of illness. [ [http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=12393 EXCLUSIVE: Willingham Explains "Salvation Run" Departure] , Comic Book Resources, January 28, 2008] He will also be working on "", a four-issue mini-series that deals with Green Arrow's endorsement of a political candidate. [ [http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=156482 Dan Didio on "DCU: Decisions"] , Newsarama, May 9, 2008]

He currently lives in Las Vegas. He frequently interacts with fans on the [http://www.clockworkstorybook.net/forum/ Fabletown message boards]

Bibliography

As writer

The issues listed include those where writing credits are for at least one story included in the issue.

Notes

References

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External links

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* [http://www.readexpress.com/read_freeride/2008/06/childrens_household_tales_fables.php Children's & Household Tales: 'Fables'] , "Express", June 17, 2008
* [http://www.avclub.com/content/interview/bill_willingham Article at www.avclub.com]
* [http://www.comicvine.com/bill-willingham/26-21511 Article at www.comicvine.com]
* [http://www.exclaim.ca/articles/multiarticlesub.aspx?csid1=124&csid2=20&fid1=32721 Article at www.exclaim.ca]

Источник: Bill Willingham

Mark Buckingham

Mark Buckingham

Mark Buckingham in 2009
Born 23 May 1966 (1966-05-23) (age 45)
Clevedon
Nationality British
Area(s) Penciller
Notable works Marvelman
Fables
Awards Eisner Award for "Best Artist/Penciller/Inker or Penciller/Inker Team" (2007)

Mark Buckingham is a British comic book artist. He is better known for his work on Marvelman and Fables.

Contents

Biography

Born as Mark John Buckingham May 23, 1966 in Clevedon, United Kingdom. He initially started working professionally on strips and illustrations for a British satire magazine called The Truth in 1987 where he first worked with Neil Gaiman illustrating some of his articles. His American debut came the following year as inker on DC Comics Hellblazer, taking over as penciller from issue 18.

Some of Mark's earliest (non-professional) work appeared in early issues of the Clevedon Youth CND newsletter in the early 1980s (c.1982/83) in which he saterised members of the group in a fun and amusing manner. Copies of these are now very hard to find, although there a few still known to be in exsistance.

He is most famous for his work on Marvelman (Miracleman, in the USA), Hellblazer,[1] and Fables, including a story in the original graphic novel 1001 Nights of Snowfall.[2] His Marvel work includes inking Chris Bachalo's pencils on Generation X, Ghost Rider 2099, and penciling Paul Jenkins's run on Peter Parker: Spider-Man. For DC Comics, Buckingham has inked the two Death miniseries and was the original penciller on the Titans series. In the 1990s Mark shared a studio with Beano and Marvel artist Kev F Sutherland,[3] working together on Marvel's Star Trek and Dr Strange.

During the Vertigo Voices: Fables Forum panel at the 2009 San Diego Comic Con, Fables creator and writer Bill Willingham announced that he and Buckingham will switch roles in an up-coming one-off, for Fables issue #100. Buckingham will write and Willingham will illustrate.[4]

He was married in Gijón, Spain in August 2006 to journalist and TV newscaster Irma Page. His best man was Neil Gaiman.[5]

Buckingham currently resides in Spain.

Bibliography

Comics work includes:

Awards

  • 2003: Won Eisner Award for "Best New Series", for Fables #19–27: "March of the Wooden Soldiers" (with Willingham and Leialoha)
  • 2005: Won Eisner Award for "Best Serialized Story", for Fables #19–27: "March of the Wooden Soldiers" (with Willingham and Leialoha)
  • 2006: Won Eisner Award for "Best Serialized Story", for Fables #36–38, 40–41: "Return to the Homelands" (with Willingham and Leialoha)
  • 2007: Won Eisner Award for "Best Artist/Penciller/Inker or Penciller/Inker Team", for Fables (with Leialoha)

Notes

  1. ^ Irvine, Alex (2008). "John Constantine Hellblazer". In Dougall, Alastair. The Vertigo Encyclopedia. New York: Dorling Kindersley. pp. 102–111. ISBN 0-7566-4122-5. OCLC 213309015 
  2. ^ Irvine, Alex (2008). "Fables". In Dougall, Alastair. The Vertigo Encyclopedia. New York: Dorling Kindersley. pp. 72–81. ISBN 0-7566-4122-5. OCLC 213309015 
  3. ^ Lemon, Craig (December 1, 2000). "Buckingham The Trend". Comics Bulletin. http://www.comicsbulletin.com/features/97565760028484.htm. Retrieved September 18, 2010. 
  4. ^ http://www.dccomics.com/media/podcasts/DCComics_2009-07-25_Vertigo_Voices_The_Fables_Forum_at_SDCC_2009.mp3
  5. ^ "this post from Gaiman's journal". http://journal.neilgaiman.com/2006/08/about-to-launch-its-first-attack.html. Retrieved 2006-08-14. 

References

External links

Источник: Mark Buckingham

Steve Leialoha

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Steve Leialoha (born 27 January, 1952) is an American comic-book artist whose work first came to prominence in the 1970s. He has worked primarily as an inker, though occasionally as a penciller, for several publishers, including Marvel Comics and later DC Comics.

Leialoha's professional career began in 1975 with the early independent comic book "Star*Reach", drawing the five-page story "Wooden Ships on the Water", adapted by writer Mike Friedrich from the song by Crosby, Stills, and Kantner, in issue #3 (Sept. 1975). He continued to contribute to "Star*Reach" and the same publisher's "Quack" for four years.

Leialoha freelanced as a regular contributor to Marvel from 1976 to 1988, working on such series as "Warlock", "Star Wars", "Spider-Woman", the Spider-Man title "Marvel Team-Up", the "Firestar" limited series, "New Mutants" and "Howard the Duck". In the 1990s, Leialoha began working at DC on Batman and other characters; at Harris Comics on Vampirella; and at Claypool Comics on "Soulsearchers and Company". The following decade, he became the regular inker on more than 50 issues (through mid-2006) of the DC/Vertigo series "Fables", penciled by Mark Buckingham, for which they won the Eisner Award for "Best Penciller/Inker Team" in 2007.Citation | last = Irvine | first = Alex | author-link = Alexander C. Irvine | contribution = Fables | editor-last = Dougall | editor-first = Alastair | title = The Vertigo Encyclopedia | pages = 72-81 | publisher = Dorling Kindersley | place = New York | year = 2008 | ISBN = 0-7566-4122-5 | oclc = 213309015]

He lives in San Francisco with his partner, comics artist Trina Robbins.

elected works

*New Mutants vol. 1 (as penciller) #32-34

Awards

*2003: Won Eisner Award for "Best New Series", for "Fables" #19–27: "March of the Wooden Soldiers" (with Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham)
*2005: Won Eisner Award for "Best Serialized Story", for "Fables" #19–27: "March of the Wooden Soldiers" (with Willingham and Buckingham)
*2006: Won Eisner Award for "Best Serialized Story", for "Fables" #36–38, 40–41: "Return to the Homelands" (with Willingham and Buckingham)
*2007: Won Eisner Award for "Best Artist/Penciller/Inker or Penciller/Inker Team", for "Fables" (with Buckingham)

References

Источник: Steve Leialoha

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