Tom Taylor Takes His Final Bows In ‘The Unwritten: Apocalypse’ #12 [Preview]
When Mike Carey and Peter Gross launched The Unwritten in 2009, it seemed like a concept tailor-made for a Vertigo series. It's the story of Tom Taylor, whose name and likeness were used by his father as the foundation for a wildly popular series of Harry Potter-esque fantasy novels, who grows up to find himself embroiled in increasingly bizarre situations, fighting for his life against supposedly-fictional adversaries.
Now, seventy-odd issues, an original graphic novel, and a widely acclaimed crossover with Bill Willingham's Fables later, Carey and Gross are bringing their tale to a close with tomorrow's release of The Unwritten: Apocalypse #12, a special over-sized finale that sees Tom come face-to-face with his father, and battling for the fate of the world. Vertigo have provided us with an exclusive seven-page preview, so read on for your first look at the final act...
Here's the full solicitation for the issue:
THE UNWRITTEN: APOCALYPSE #12
Written by MIKE CAREY
Art by PETER GROSS
Cover by YUKO SHIMIZU
On sale DECEMBER 17 • 40 pg, FC, $4.99 US • MATURE READERS • FINAL ISSUE
“And I awoke, and found me here…”
Wilson Taylor delivers the apocalypse the only way he knows how: at his son Tom’s expense. It’s the end of the world as we know it. But there’s no need to worry because it’s just a story. Isn’t it? Don’t miss the extra-sized conclusion to the fan-favorite Vertigo series!