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Fables (2002) - #44
"Back to Baghdad, Chapter Three of Arabian Nights (and days)"
Vertigo (DC Comics)


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  Writer(s):
Bill Willingham

Penciller(s):
Mark Buckingham

Inker(s):
Steve Leialoha
Andrew J. Pepoy

Colorist(s):
Daniel Vozzo

Letterer(s):
Todd Klein

Editor(s):
Shelly Bond
Angela Rufino

Cover Artist(s):
James Jean
 

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Cover Date: February 2006
Cover Price: US $ 2.75

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Arabian Nights (and days)

Synopsis:
Boy Blue gives Prince Charming a very useful piece of information stolen from his time in the Homelands. But then why is he being imprisoned? Frau Totenkinder tells Beast the D'Jinn has been released by Yusuf. Boy Blue makes a fateful decision as Frau Totenkinder reveals the D'Jinn may not be as threating as everyone thought.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Fables (2002) HC vol. 05
Fables (2002) TPB vol. 07
Fables (2002) TPB vol. 07 (2nd Printing)

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