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‘The Unwritten: Tommy Taylor And The Ship That Sank Twice’ Graphic Novel Coming In September


Fans with shelves fit to bursting with Vertigo collections and original graphic novels may want to make some room. The Unwritten: Tommy Taylor And The Ship That Sank Twice, a standalone Unwritten project by series creators Mike Carey and Peter Gross is coming in September and will feature additional art by Kurt Huggins and Zelda Devon...

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WTF-ish: Vertigo’s ‘Fables’ and ‘The Unwritten’ to Crossover in May [Art]


So this is pretty neat, actually. Created by Mike Carey and Peter Gross, The Unwritten is an urban fantasy series starring Tom Taylor, a young man who was his famous father's inspiration for a character in a mega popular novel...

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A Pack Of Zombies And A Strange Child Take Center Stage in ‘The Unwritten’ #45 [Preview]


Mike Carey and Peter Gross' epic tale about the power of stories continues this Wednesday with The Unwritten #45. Following the events of the last storyline, in which Tom Taylor ventured to the Land of the Dead in search of his lost love Lizzie, the series takes a brief interlude, as we find detective Didge Patterson swept up in a messy homicide involving a strange boy with a wild imagination, a pack of zombies, and a very hungry vampire journalist in Richie Savoy...

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‘The Unwritten’ Cover Artist Yuko Shimizu Wins Society of Illustrators Medals


Congratulations to Yuko Shimizu on winning the prestigious gold and silver medals from the Society Of Illustrators for her recent work, including a cover for the Vertigo comic book series The Unwritten...

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‘The Unwritten': The Grown-up Boy Wizard Comic Begins a Twice-Monthly ‘War of Words’


In the pages of The Unwritten, Mike Carey and Peter Gross have crafted a remarkable epic about the power of stories. (If you've yet to try it, Vertigo offers the first issue as a free download.) On one level the Vertigo Comics series is about the power of fiction to subtly shape the world around us through shifts in opinion and belief...

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Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – April 13, 2011: Hulk. The Incredible Hulk.


Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.

* Changing times
@ Changing clothes
^ Changing bodies

The lead feature is a reprint of Casanova #14, the final issue of the original series, in which an exceptionally clever bit of plotting comes to fruition; that's followed by a new story by Matt Fraction and Gabriel Bá, leading into the new Casanova series that's expected sometime this summer.


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The Holiday Gift Guide for the Comic Book Characters in Your Life


December's almost a third over and we're guessing that some of you haven't quite gotten around to finishing up your holiday gift shopping yet. We here at ComicsAlliance are here to help. And we really would love to be able to advise each and every person on all of your shopping lists, but at the same time we're also busy and lazy and mostly just want to talk about comics...

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Choose Your Own Adventure Wisely: The Unwritten #17 [Review]


When I was a kid I read a lot of Choose Your Own Adventure books, because it was the late 1980s and it was the thing to do at the time. Other generations had stickball or kick the can or hula hoops. We had sentences like "If you stand and fight the yeti ninja, turn to page 47...

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‘Unwritten’ #17: A Choose Your Own Adventure Comic! [Preview]


I think I will not be alone in saying that Choose Your Own Adventure books are freaking great, and that when I was a kid -- a time when you don't have so many choices in your life -- the idea of being able to personally steer the adventures of the hero or heroine was a particular thrill, even if most of the time those choices meant I ended up dead thanks to cobras, lasers, witches, or the razor-like claws of various monsters...

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Hot Ink Reviews – The Unwritten #12, Jackson’s Cold Space #1 vs. Chiklis’ Pantheon #1, Chew #10, Fevre Dream #1


ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.


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