THE UNWRITTEN #15: Wilson Taylor sighting?

In pursuit of his father and using what his cohort Savoy calls “Literary GPS,” Tom travels the streets of London in a maze made out of stories—from Shakespeare to Fielding to Malory…to Taylor? And Lizzie finds herself wandering through a Dickens novel in search of a past she thought she'd left behind. What’s it all mean?

Chock full of literary references and a first page that will have you turning each page faster than you can say TOMMY TAYLOR, THE UNWRITTEN #15 is not to be missed!

Mike Carey and Peter Gross want you to choose an adventure

I haven’t even read it yet and THE UNWRITTEN #17 is already gearing up to be one of my favorite issues yet. I have such fond memories of reading CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE, WHICH WAY and similar books as a child; where you picked multiple paths until you reached the conclusion. Well, once again the experience is at my fingers, but this time, through a comic book.

DC COMICS Celebrates 75 Years

Over on THE SOURCE, The DCU is celebrating 75 years of DC Comics by revealing a bunch of amazing variant covers. But these aren’t just any variant covers, they are of some of the most classic and iconic images from DC’s illustrious history re-imagined by some of the biggest names in the industry.

Introducing Kurt Huggins and Zelda Devon

THE UNWRITTEN #12 is one off with amazing artwork by two newcomers Kurt Huggins and Zelda Devon. I asked them a few questions about working on THE UNWRITTEN, so read along and check out their art, then pick up a copy on Wednesday!

PM:Tell me a bit about yourselves. You're both recent grads? Where'd you go to school? What projects were you working on prior to taking issue #12 of THE UNWRITTEN on?

THE UNWRITTEN Vol. 1 Winners

Thank you all for entering. I really enjoyed reading which literary figures some of you would have liked as parents. I have to say that I too am intrigued by Edgar Allan Poe—though I’m not sure as a parent. Maybe I’ll go visit his cottage in the Bronx so I can see the last place we would have lived…haha? J.M. Barrie was another that caught my attention, and I have to admit, that someone picking the real life couple Brian Azzarello and Jill Thompson made me smile.

Now, for the winners:

From the Editor's Desk: Pornsak Pichetshote chats with Mike Carey and Josh Dysart about research

Anyone who knows me knows that when it comes to fiction, I’m kind of a technique freak. I love learning how it’s all put together. And for a guy interested in that, editing is a great seat to have. For example, I edit two completely different books, THE UNWRITTEN and UNKNOWN SOLDIER.


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