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The Unwritten #35.5 (Graduation Day Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Tue Apr 03, 2012 10:13 am

I love stories that go back to the beginning of a larger one and show the events that we’ve been following from another perspective, and this instalment of The Unwritten is a great example of that. We are introduced to Danny, a minor member of the Cabal who was a part of ‘the grid’. He’s a really appealing character, and as someone who’s struggled since graduating from University, I empathised with him a lot. It was cool seeing how he was present at the TommyCon way back in #1 (I’ll have to go back to see if he actually is in that issue or not) and also how what Tommy was up to impacted on him, on what he had to read in the Grid. And then that pesky Leviathan shows up and it seems like Danny is going to have a major part to play in the series going forward. Whilst I had expected this final ‘Point 5’ issue to be more revelatory, this was still a damn good story and one which gives greater depth to the entire series. The finishes here came from Gabriel Hernandez Walta, an artist I’m not familiar with, but he did a good job. It’s really great that whoever the fill-in artist is, they always have Gross’ layouts to go on, so the book has a consistent look.

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