The literary adventure continues. Caught in the novel Moby Dick, Tom finds himself swallowed up in the belly of a whale with characters from other famous stories who’ve wound up in the same predicament.
Here's a sketch from the last page of issue #22 by Peter Gross. Can you tell from the outlines who’s who? Hint: One of them is that kid whose nose grows when he lies.
Now, with yesterday's great news about the DC Digital Store I wanted to let you know that THE UNWRITTEN Volume 1 (issues 1-5) is just one of the terrific Vertigo titles available. So if you haven't given this fantastic series a chance yet, just click and read in preparation of all the great stories to come!
For those of you awaiting the next volume collecting issues 13-18, Volume #3 Dead Man’s Knock is out in March!
Following the amazing "The Lives of Lizzie Hexam: A Choose-a-Story adventure” issue Mike Carey and Peter Gross continue to unravel a tale of power plays and double-bluffs that takes readers into the inner council of Tom's enemies. Uncover their dark past and violent present. How did the 14th book get hijacked? Why is Tom still alive? And whose head is going to roll for it?
Lot’s of great comics and lots of great press coverage this week!
Magic, murder, adventure, literature. For those unfamiliar with The New York Times bestseller THE UNWRITTEN, this series by the celebrated team of Mike Carey and artist Peter Gross, takes familiar themes and stories of all genres and gives them a completely unexpected and fascinating literary twist.
And here’s the big finish -- the last of Mike and Peter’s three-part trip down their Vertigo memory lane – from the pitches that didn’t stick when they tried to work together again after Lucifer to celebrating The Unwritten – the second volume having debuted on the New York Times Best-Seller’s list last week!
Crossing Midnight # 1 – 19 (2006)
Ok, part two of Mike Carey and Peter Gross’ trip down memory lane in honor of the release of The Unwritten: Inside Man and leading up to the release of the eagerly anticipated (by us as much so as everyone else) The Unwritten # 17.