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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!
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.
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.
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?
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: