Arabian Nights (and Days), Chapter Four: Act Of War last edited by fables87 on 11/04/18 10:26AM View full history

Determining that Yusuf acted on his own, Sinbad and his slaves are spared death by the forces of Fabletown. Instead, Sinbad offers to follow the laws of Fabletown in Baghdad’s version of Fabletown that he is setting up. To that end, he frees all of his slaves, some of whom chose to stay in Fabletown. King Cole joins him as a liaison between the two towns.

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It´s the conclusion of the Arabian Nights (and days) arc story and this holds great repersussions for Fable Town. Most of all this issue represents a possibility, even if slightest and defined by a comic book creator asking for a leap of faith and peace, that Islamic people (Orient, Middle East) can cohexist pacificaly with "Modern" Society (America, Europe, Western). That´s the greatest message behind Willingham´s plot (in my opinion I don´t think he´s trying to be political, not at all, it was...

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