So, Jack of Fables #35, the penultimate issue, cleans house pretty well:
Sam tries to steal Thorns pen, but is shocked because he pretty much gathered all of Thorn's stories in his mind at once (Thorn has written all of the atrocities throughout history).
Babe gets two pages to do "her thing" but doesn't know what to do (I would have scanned them but the ending to the book was much more "whoa"
And Bigby sneaks up on the Genres and does.....this:
And Jack's son arrive to help kill the wizard Thorn. Shit be going down
Streets of Gotham was a good read, Dini is setting it up to be the book to catch all the runoff from the others. I didn't read the Manhunter backup yet but skimming through it it seemed to be a setup for new readers (which I would be since I never read her series).
So Firefly has learned how to make people combust into flames by placing small devices on people he bumps into in Gotham. Also worth noting is that Damien plays chess with Thomas Elliott in his prison cell/floor just to understand him. Dini has a good handle of Damien so far.
Firefly springs his plan to burn Gotham, and we get these nice pages:
Action Comics Annual #1 was very good, a origin story for Chris and Thara, and just one big story with good art from Pere Perez.
And Captain Britian #14 was good as well, with a good twist
Dracula was dreaming it all in his head about winning, and it was due to WIsdom using Plokta to understand his strategy and dreams:
And then the team teleports to fight on Fate's ship, Spitfire wasn't under control (though she feels guilty about killing an innocent to remain undercover), and Dane kills Captain Fate. Doom then tells Dracula he left a gift for him in his ship:
and it was Meggan from the Annual.