Tag Archives: Tommy Taylor

Fiction or Reality? I Just Don’t Know Anymore

The main premise of The Unwritten is centered on Tom Taylor, a bitter person who is portrayed as the opposite in his father’s novels that have made him a fortune. At a comic book convention, Tom encounters a girl named … 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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The Power of the Unwritten Word

The Unwritten brings to life the idea that storytelling deeply impacts our real, everyday lives—whether through the immersive qualities of a particular work of fiction or the shifts that our culture experiences when obsessive fandoms emerge. The all-encompassing storytelling methods … 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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Tommy Taylor – My Hero

Let me first admit that I have never read a comic (other than those in the Sunday paper; I’m pretty sure they don’t count within the context of this class). I must admit that as I read, I found myself … Continue reading

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