Unwritten 2: pulse-pounding graphic novel shows the grim and selfish ways that people use stories

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4 Responses to “Unwritten 2: pulse-pounding graphic novel shows the grim and selfish ways that people use stories”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Just thought I’d point out the cover art is actually by Yuko Shimizu (no, not the Hello Kitty one) since other people have commented about it. (Yuko’s art is AMAZING)

  2. holtt says:

    Nice juxtaposition of his ear with the blue haired person’s head…

    • FutureNerd says:

      Yeah, the ear, it’s sort of humanelf. Also the tiger or zebra climbing under his collar. No wonder the guy is annoyed.

      I would be flipping back to stare at the cover every page, maybe every frame. I think I will be scrolling back after every bOINGbOING post….

  3. Anonymous says:

    The Unwritten is simply the best thing out right now and I love it so much that not only do I buy the issues monthly, but I get the Trade Paperbacks when they come out as well (it’s so good I have to own it twice!)

    There is nothing that is better much less equals the quality of the story. The art is perfectly presented and serves to compliment it just that much more. If you have not read this series, and you either:

    a) Love to read
    b) Enjoy fantasy
    c) Enjoy quality art
    d) Want to see how a masterpiece is done

    This is for you. If you don’t fit into any of those categories, it’s still for you. It’s like LOST, if you watch the first episode, you’re hooked. IF you read the first 3 pages, you’re in it until the end.

    Do yourself a favor and read this. You owe it to yourself.

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