The Unwritten Vol. 9: The Unwritten Fables

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DC Comics, Jul 29, 2014 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 144 pages
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The worlds of FABLES and THE UNWRITTEN collide in the epic comic event by Mike Carey and Bill Willingham! Tommy Taylor is thrust into the world of Vertigo's hit series FABLES! But a dark and terrible foe has seized the fairy-tale homelands and our world. In desperation, the witches of Fabletown gather to summon the greatest mage the worlds have ever seen. But they are in for an unpleasant surprise.

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Review: The Unwritten, Vol. 4: Leviathan (The Unwritten #4)

User Review  - JB Lynn - Goodreads

Not my favorite of the series, so far. Although I was intrigued by the idea of a character getting stuck inside a story within a story, I felt like it stalled the overall plot. We do, however, get ... Read full review

Review: The Unwritten, Vol. 4: Leviathan (The Unwritten #4)

User Review  - Derek - Goodreads

This volume took the series to another level. The interplay between Moby Dick, the One Thousand And One Nights stories and Thomas Hobbes Leviathan was absolute genius. Tommy finally comes into his ... Read full review

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About the author (2014)

Writer Mike Carey, best known for his work on Vertigo's Lucifer and Hellblazer, has made his mark in comics. Born in Liverpool, England, Carey worked as a teacher for fifteen years before gaining regular work writing for several independent companies. In 1999 he wrote the Sandman spinoff miniseries Sandman Presents: Lucifer. This led to the Lucifer solo title which earned him a nomination for the 2001 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards - Best Writer. The Fourth Rail said of his work, Carey gives the characters in all of the stories believable motivations and characterization. His additional Vertigo projects have included Faker and Crossing Midnight. In 2007, he helped DC launch the Minx line of graphic novels for teen girls with the Regifters. Beyond DC, Carey was also recognized for his work on Marvel's X-Men titles. He makes his home in London with his wife, Lin, and his children, Davey, Ben and Louise.

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