Vertigo, Paperback, 9781401238063, 144pp.
Publication Date: April 2, 2013
When a rash of mysterious disappearances catches the eye of young detective Didge Patterson, it becomes apparent that the cult known as The Church of Tommy is involved. When ghosts, vampires and unicorns are also mixed in, Tommy finds that an even more complicated tale is about to unfold. Can Tommy discover the secrets behind the cult's mysterious faCade and heal "The Wound" before the real and fictional worlds crumble?
The Eisner Award-nominated creative team of Mike Carey (JOHN CONSTANTINE: HELLBLAZER) and Peter Gross (LUCIFER) present UNWRITTEN VOLUME 7: THE WOUND - a tumultuous tale where the lines between fiction and reality are irreparably blurred.
Collects issues #36-41.
Louise wrote The Diary of a London Schoolgirl for the website of the London Metropolitan Archive. She also co-wrote the graphic novel Confessions of a Blabbermouth with Mike.
Linda, writing as A.J. Lake, authored the Darkest Age fantasy trilogy. She has also written for TV, most notably for the German fantasy animation series Meadowlands.
Mike has written extensively in the comics field, where his credits include Lucifer, Hellblazer, X-Men and The Unwritten (nominated for both the Eisner and Hugo Awards). He is also the author of the Felix Castor novels, and of the X-Men Destiny console game for Activision. He is currently writing a movie screenplay, Silent War, for Slingshot Studios and Intrepid Pictures.
They share their crowded house with two other writers/artists, a cat, and several stick insects.
Peter Gross is a professor of journalism at California State University-Chico. He was an East European Studies research scholar in 1996 at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
"Incredibly fun and ridiculously addictive.... For fans of literature (from classics to contemporary) this series is worth a read.... The Unwritten is a roller-coaster ride through a library, weaving famous authors and characters into a tale of mystery that is, at once, oddly familiar yet highly original."—USA Today
"A wish-I'd-thought-of-it premise, beautifully executed. Highly recommended for anyone who thinks that fantasy can do more than just help you escape the real world."—Brian K. Vaughan, Y: The Last Man