I apologize if someone brought this up first but since I found no relative post on the forums , I created this thread .
Don't get me wrong , I found the comics amazing and I was hooked from issue #1 , but I couldn't help not being annoyed by the many POVs and fillers . Let's be honest , when a comic contains 22 pages per issue and is published monthly , you should focus on writting a story around a main character (Bigby) rather than writting every Fable's story . I am not saying that Blue's/Flycatcher's/Rose's/Jack's stories were not fun or well-written , but been forced to wait 3 months to continue the main storyline while reading Jack's adventures at Hollywood or (even worse) waiting 19 issues (~=1.5 year) to see Bigby reappearing in the comics is frustating as hell . I don't know if you guys agree but I came a hell lot closer with TWAU Snow-Bigby relationship rather than the comic relationship , even if Snow is bossy and bitchy sometimes .
Generally speaking , I think its obvious that Mr.Willingham created a world that unfortunately is too big to fit on a monthly released , 22-paged , comicbook . In my opinion , he should try to focus his story around a character (Bigby would be the best case) and not through a number of characters like Martin on a song of ice and fire . Martin has 700 pages per book on average , while Willingham has little bubbles filling the void of pictures .
Do you guys agree ? Would you prefer the story to be narrated through Bigby's POV with small breaks inside every issue where some other character is given his momment of fame or are you fine the way things are ?