After six years of their New York Times best-selling series, CBR connected with Mike Carey & Peter Gross to discuss the finale of "The Unwritten."
A pair of "Deadly Class" covers, "The Unwritten: Apocalypse," "Wonder Woman" and the retro "Batman '66" are our latest CotW candidates!
Mouse Guard goes for the gold, Tom Taylor plays Gabriel, "Uncanny" gets unexpected, Samurai Jack returns and "Pretty" Deadly" is pretty lovely.
This week, Em wrestles with a ghostly creature, mouse musicians play for otherworldly dancers, the Rat Queens face a dragon, "The Unwritten" pays a visit to Candy Land and "Sex Criminals" goes minimalist.
This week sees an "Astonishing" band flier, a new I.D. for "Collider," an underwater attack in three parts, a devil in the Art Deco details and the face of Darkseid
Swamp Thing turns to house-sitting, Tom Taylor goes straight to Hades, Darla Deering faces The Thing (and The Thing, and The Thing...), Marvel's first family gets lost in time and space and Deadpool screams for ice cream.
With the seventh "The Unwritten" collection on sale, CBR spoke with Mike Carey & Peter Gross about the ever-expanding universe of their Vertigo hit, also teasing their "Fables" crossover and upcoming OGN.
This week, Damian Wayne rests in peace, Clint Barton's bad Penny shows up, Richie Savoy takes center stage, Legion gets the first (and the last) word and "Seven Percent" springs a surprise.
This week, Reptil goes all "Lord of the Flies," Alana gets lost in a book, Wonder Woman gets personal with Orion, Moloch gets mystical and Tom Taylor goes to Hades.
This week, the Scarecrow is on the mend, the Dynamic Duo is in the crosshairs, Mister X is on the case, Loki is leading the charge, and Tom Taylor is ... on his back.