"The Unwritten" has lots of tricks up its sleeve, and it's a joy to watch them get unveiled one at a time. Carey even isn't against a sly nod to the audience every now and then. At one point, Tom dryly notes that if he was Tommy, there was a certain object (now in Tom's possession) that Tommy finally picked up in the second book of his series. "The Unwritten" #11 closes out the second collection of this series; somehow, I don't think that's a coincidence. If you aren't reading "The Unwritten," you're missing a grand series about reading and imagination and everything creative. This is great stuff. Check it out. Read Full Review
Though lacking some of the tension and conflict of the previous arc, these two issues have still proven very enjoyable. The more I come to understand Carey's vision for the series, the more I look forward to following that vision to its end. Read Full Review
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