THE ANNOTATED SANDMAN VOL. 3
In THE ANNOTATED SANDMAN VOL. 3, Leslie Klinger provides historical insights into THE SANDMAN #40-55, plus THE SANDMAN SPECIAL #1 and “How They Met Themselves” from VERTIGO: WINTER’...
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The finale of "On to Genesis!" In 1930s New York, Wilson Taylor confronts the true enormity of his betrayals, while in the present day, Tom comes face-to-face with their aftermath – and the link that binds him both to the Tinker and his creator.
updatedTHE UNWRITTEN #28
While the cabal continue their seemingly motiveless murder spree, Tom researches his father's journals to uncover the secret connections between Wilson Taylor and his deadliest enemy, Pullman – as well as a hint at an eighty-year-old atrocity that could be a clue to Tom's own nature and origins!
updatedTHE UNWRITTEN #23
Tom's search for the source of his father's power has ended in disaster, as he joins an eclectic group of doomed mariners in a trap that they all should have seen coming. But there's one great whale he hasn't even met yet, and it's the most powerful of all. Maybe it has the answer to Tom's question – if he lives long enough to ask it.
updatedTHE UNWRITTEN VOL. 6: TOMMY TAYLOR AND THE WAR OF WORDS
In this new volume collecting THE UNWRITTEN #31-35.5 (including all the half issues), Tom Taylor goes to war against the cabal that has tormented, imprisoned and tried to destroy...
updatedTHE UNWRITTEN #29
In "On to Genesis" part 3 of 4, Tom goes to extreme measures to get to the truth about his father's activities in 1930s New York – but it's in the present day that the biggest revelations hit, when Tom comes face-to-face with a golden age Super Hero.
updatedTHE UNWRITTEN #27
"On to Genesis," part 1 of 3. Armed with his father's journals, Tom Taylor begins a journey across the United States that also takes him into the past – to the Golden Age of a new artistic medium and the birth of a new type of hero. But following in Wilson's footsteps creates dangerous echoes.
updatedTHE UNWRITTEN #22
Tom's accidentally broken the novel Moby-Dick, and he's looking for a way out. What he finds is a path into a whole different ocean, with more trouble (and more whales) than he could possibly imagine. And remember that endless stairway from issue #2? Well, now we get to see what it's for...