Fables: March of the Wooden Soldiers [vol. 4] by Bill Willingham, et al, 231 pages
This volume, which is one of my favorites from the series, starts by providing some backstory for the New York fables, describing the final battle in the Homelands. Without spoiling anything, it sets up the ensuing action in this volume, while adding depth to Boy Blue, a character that had previously been pushed aside in favor of Snow White, Bigby Wolf, Prince Charming, and even the Lilliputians of the Farm. And I LOVE Boy Blue. He's one of my favorite characters in this series, and I love the nuance that Willingham and crew give him here.