This fourth volume in the acclaimed series sends Tommy Taylor into the world of Moby-Dick. After the shocking return of Tommy's father, bestselling fantasy author Wilson Taylor, the mysterious Cabal auditions a new assassin and Tom seeks out "the source." The source of what? He's not really sure, but it looks like a whale.
Written by MIKE CAREY Art by PETER GROSS Cover by YUKO SHIMIZU This fourth volume in the acclaimed series sends Tommy Taylor into the world of Moby-Dick in a tale from issues #19-24! After the shocking return of Tommy's father, bestselling fantasy author Wilson Taylor, the mysterious Cabal audition a new assassin and Tom seeks out "the source." The source of what? He's not really sure, but it looks like a whale, and apparently it can be found in the Nantucket farmhouse where Moby-Dick was written. What he finds is a path into a whole different ocean, with more trouble (and more whales) than he could possibly imagine.
Mike Carey got into writing through comic books, where his horror/fantasy series Lucifer for Vertigo/DC Comics garnered numerous international awards and was nominated for five Eisners. From there he moved into novels and screenplays, while still maintaining a presence in the comics world (Vertigo/DC Comics' Hellblazer and Marvel's X-Men, Ultimate Fantastic Four). His movie Frost Flowers, an erotic ghost story, is currently in production with Hadaly/Bluestar Pictures. He lives in London, England, about as far as you can get from the centre of the city and still have access to the London Underground train network. His wife, Linda, writes fantasy for young readers under the pseudonym A.J. Lake. They have three children and an implausibly beautiful cat.
The Unwritten Vol. 4: Leviathan by Mike Carey
Used - Very Good
Short-listed for Hugo Award (Graphic Novel) 2012
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.