Mike Carey is a British comic book writer who began his career writing for U.S. independent publisher Caliber Press, where he created the original series Inferno and produced the graphic novel Dr. Faustus with artist Mike Perkins. He went on to write a number of projects for DC Comics' Vertigo imprint including the Eisner Award-nominated series LUCIFER, an extended run on HELLBLAZER and the original graphic novels THE SANDMAN PRESENTS: THE FURIES with John Bolton and HELLBLAZER: ALL HIS ENGINES with Leonardo Manco. He is currently the writer of Vertigo's acclaimed series THE UNWRITTEN, which he co-created with his LUCIFER collaborator, artist Peter Gross. Carey is also known for his work on WETWORKS for DC Comics as well as X-Men and Ultimate Fantastic Four for Marvel Comics. As a novelist, he has penned five supernatural thrillers in the Felix Castor series and co-wrote The Steel Seraglio (UK title City of Silk and Steel) along with his wife, Linda, and their daughter Louise.
FLINCH BOOK TWO
In this second helping of horror from FLINCH #9-16, read about a heart transplant with unexpected results, the day a different kind of Santa visits the mall, a torrid affair between...
LUCIFER #1 SPECIAL EDITION
Reprinting the first issue of the hit series for just $1.00!
THE UNWRITTEN: APOCALYPSE #12
“And I awoke, and found me here...”
LUCIFER BOOK FIVE
In this final volume collecting issues #62-75, the forces of Heaven, Hell, and everyone in between wage a final battle to determine the fate of both Yahweh and Lucifer’s Creations...
Lucifer 101: What You Need to Know
LUCIFER #1, written by bestselling fantasy novelist Holly Black and drawn by Lee Garbett, is in stores today...
THE UNWRITTEN VOL. 11: APOCALYPSE
In these final UNWRITTEN tales from issues #7-12, the three immortals – Wilson, Rausch and Pullman – are moving toward their respective endgames. But when was the last time they...
THE UNWRITTEN: APOCALYPSE #11
The end is near, and the final battle is about to be fought – and Tom is back where he never wanted to belong.
THE UNWRITTEN: APOCALYPSE #10
In the first chapter of the final UNWRITTEN story art, “Annals of Comparative Literature,” Pullman has the maanim, and the end is as nigh as it’s ever going to get.