THE UNWRITTEN goes digital? And more!

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!

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.

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:

Pages

Subscribe to yuko shimizu