Literals appears in 73 issues.
The genre literal for blockbuster or action stories. He was called upon by Kevin Thorn for inspiration and then used to protect him from Snow, Bigby, the Page Sisters, and Mr. Revise.
A genre literal, who is true to his name.
Deus Ex Machina, the Literal embodiement of the dramatic concept. Gary isn't very fond of him at times. Dex never stays instantly, he's known to come and go, as does his powers.
A Literal and as the temporary narrator of the Jack of Fables series she breaks the fourth wall. That said, she's most likely the Literal for Fourth Wall. And is apparently cousins to the Page Sisters
The genre literal of Fantasy. She's the twin sister of Science Fiction and older sister of the unseen Superhero genre.
Jack's (and temporarily Bigby's) sidekick. Also, he was the most powerful Literal of them all...though not exactly the brightest bulb in the bunch thanks to his grandson Mr. Revise.
The youngest of the Page sisters, the only daughter of Mr. Revise and Prose Page. Granddaughter of Kevin Thorn, niece to the Bookburner, grandniece of Writer's Block, and Gary's great-granddaughter.
Although she appears to be a cute little girl, she is actually the genre horror and is true to her name. She still scares even Kevin Thorn.
Jack Horner's son with the Snow Queen. Jack Frost II is very naive and almost the complete opposite compared to his rogue father. He took the lead of Jack of Fables comic striving to become a hero.
Jack is half-Literal, from his mother's side.
Son of Gary the Pathetic Fallacy, father of Bookburner and Mr. Revise. He has a twin brother Writer's Block and is the grandfather of Robin, Priscilla, and Hillary Page. Claims to be the creator of the Fables.
The genre literal for Literature. She speaks in long dialect and is said to hold others in contempt.
Mr. Revise runs the Golden Bough Retirement Village, a "prison" for Fables. A Literal he has the power to change Fables into safer or nicer versions of themselves.
Mystery is the genre literal of the mystery stories. She is true to her name as she wears modest clothing and wears a veil to hide her face.
The genre literal of Noir stories and films. He was called upon to serve as inspiration for Kevin Thorn
Works for the Librarian to capture Fables.
Mother of Jack Horner and the Page sisters.
Robin is in charge of the captured Fables for her boss. She uses tigers as her main source of muscle and reinforcement. She's the older twin sister of Priscilla Page.
The genre literal for romance. She was called upon by Kevin Thorn for inspiration and then used to protect him from Snow, Bigby, the Page Sisters, and Mr. Revise. Though she doesn't seem she could do much, as she appears to be nothing more than pretty face.
Science Fiction is a literal genre of Science Fiction stories. He's true to his name and is constantly talking ideas from his genre. He's Fantasy's twin brother.
A wickedly evil Literal.
War is a Literal Genre of War stories, he was called upon by Kevin Thorn to protect him from Snow, Gary the Pathetic Fallacy, Mr. Revise, Bigby Wolf, and the Page Sisters.
The genre literal for Western, looks exactly like a Western sheriff like John Wayne Though he was used to serve Kevin Thorn he made it clear he doesn't hurt women or children.
The twin brother of Kevin Thorn. He is possibly mindless or insane, as he does mostly nothing but stare or drool. He's the literal of Writer's Block.
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