In Sang part three, to find the maanim, Sir Thomas must succeed where all other knights have failed. Which isnt going to be easy when his own identity keeps shifting, and when the story itself seemsdetermined to create a very different hero.
The Unwritten: Apocalypse #8 is an interesting progression in the series that finally is employing its shifting state of character presence, pallet, and vernacular in a powerful way. The story is getting better and this issue is so well done that it demands to be read more than once. While the way the story and the dialogue are set up may be a bit more difficult than your average comic this isnt all that difficult that not everyone can enjoy it. Heres to hoping that issue number nine keeps this same strong execution going. Read Full Review
Of course, "The Unwritten" has never been beholden to physical logic -- it's only beholden to story logic. And as a story about stories, I suppose this series couldn't properly end with a cup or a horn; it would have to end with the pen. Read Full Review