Tag Archives: The Unwritten

What is Written Cannot Be Unwritten

  Just count how many stories are being referenced here…  Perhaps it’s because I want to be a writer or perhaps it’s because I truly believe there is something especially magical about the power of storytelling, but I freaking LOVE … Continue reading

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Van Gogh, go Tommy

So maybe I’m reading too much into the visually stunning artwork (oh wait, that’s what I’m supposed to do) in Mike Care and Peter Gross’ comic book The Unwritten but some of the strips in here remind me so much of Vincent … Continue reading

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“KILL KILL KILL KILL THE FRAUD!”

Reading comic books for a college class is certainly a unique assignment. The Unwritten series by Mike Carey (illustrations by Peter Gross) is a great example of transmedia storytelling. Not only is there a strong presence of transmedia storytelling in … Continue reading

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Unraveling the Unwritten

Having never been a fan of the graphic novel or comics, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from The Unwritten.  After reading the first two volumes, I was surprisingly impressed.

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I’m Tommy Taylor, Tommy Tommy Taylor…

Excellent. Another comic book to get distracted with. I never really read graphic novels until Delwiche had us read Watchmen in Media Interpretation class. Ever since then, I’ve been fascinated with them and keep wanting to get lost in every … Continue reading

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