Peter Gross

Jan. 20, 2014 | 11:00 a.m.

‘Unwritten: Apocalypse’: Mike Carey, Peter Gross begin Tom’s finale

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Tom Taylor has seen the end of one world only to hurtle through “Apocalypse” in another. The real adult human/fictional boy wizard of Mike Carey’s and Peter Gross’ literature-rich Vertigo series “The Unwritten” had been pulled into the mature-fairy-tale world of Bill Willingham’s and Mark Buckingham’s “Fables” for a story that ended in “Unwritten” No. 54, released in October, with cataclysmic results. Now, after a short hiatus, the story continues with Wednesday’s “The Unwritten: Apocalypse” No. 1, the beginning of a 12-part story that will end the series that the former “Lucifer” collaborators launched back in 2009. Hero Complex readers can get a look at the covers and two interior pages from the first issue in the gallery above or in larger versions in the links below. “The Unwritten: Apocalypse” No. 1: Cover | Variant | Page [link contains profanity] […]
June 20, 2013 | 8:00 a.m.

‘The Unwritten’: Carey, Gross reach No. 50, tap into ‘Fables’

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When Mike Carey walks to his home office to write “The Unwritten,” he passes one of the earliest things he and co-creator Peter Gross did together. It’s a page of “Lucifer” from about a dozen years ago that shows a Japanese underworld deity swinging a sword at the erstwhile lord of Hell. In the final panel, the title character’s “clothes are in tatters and yet he stands there completely arrogant, unmoved,” Carey said. “It’s a beautiful image.” It’s one of many Gross-drawn pages in his home, the writer said by phone from England during a joint interview with the Minnesota-based artist. There could soon be more: Their long collaboration is having a landmark year as “The Unwritten,” their reality-bending, sweeping adventure about the nature and power of story, reaches No. 50 and begins a five-issue arc set in the world […]
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