Who doesn't love a good old medievil rags-to-riches story? Uncle Charlie's Fables featured not only pauper-to-prince yarns; lazy giants, swashbuckling pirates, lords and ladies, and of course fire-breathing dragons fill the pages of this Lev Gleason classic. Though short-lived (just five issues), Uncle Charlie's Fables featured some notable comic names. "Uncle Charlie" was Charles Biro of Daredevil fame, who illustrated the Fables covers and did the writing for the series. Many Fables were beautifully drawn by Hy Mankin, who would go on to illustrate DC's "The Flash" (which you might have heard of). One major recurring character was Peter Pester, a young lad with a knack for angering the King but accidentally saving the kingdom.
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