And here’s the big finish -- the last of Mike and Peter’s three-part trip down their Vertigo memory lane – from the pitches that didn’t stick when they tried to work together again after Lucifer to celebrating The Unwritten
Ok, part two of Mike Carey and Peter Gross’ trip down memory lane in honor of the release of The Unwritten: Inside Man and leading up to the release of the eagerly anticipated (by us as much so as everyone else)
The second volume of THE UNWRITTEN, Inside Man comes out today everywhere books are sold and since THE UNWRITTEN is about the story behind stories, I though
I’ve asked a few of the editors about their time here at Vertigo.
There’s a very specific category of readers – a category that, judging by online chatter and the people I meet at conventions – is actually growing. They’re the readers who’ll buy a comic book in both the single issues and the trades.
There’s a very specific category of readers – a category that, judging by online chatter and the people I meet at conventions – is actually growing. They’re the readers who’ll buy a comic book in both the single issues and the trades.
Anyone who knows me knows that when it comes to fiction, I’m kind of a technique freak. I love learning how it’s all put together. And for a guy interested in that, editing is a great seat to have.
Comic book editors come from all kinds of interesting origins. Some are writers, some are artists, others use incriminating photos.
THE UNWRITTEN is about the stories behind stories, so how’s this for appropriate?
“Dude…. You’re going to be all right, right?”

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