Tag: Unwritten

Not Your Regular Graphic Novel

This post contains some spoilers from The Unwritten. I begin this blog post with an anecdote… One Thanksgiving break, a friend and I were driving to Arkansas and in order to entertain ourselves, we brought along the audio version of A Discovery of Witches, by Deborah Harkness. Now this novel is about 20 hours long, so we listened to it when… Read more →

The (Possibly) Unnoticed in The Unwritten

As is now becoming a habit, I’d like to point out a few interesting details in Mike Carey and Peter Gross’s The Unwritten: Tommy Taylor and the Bogus Identity. If you noticed them, I congratulate you and feel free to ignore this blog! If you are interested in other elements of The Unwritten, vol 1, check out kkutnak’s post on Fonts.… Read more →


From advertising, to books,  to, what we have all been talking about, comics. They all use different types of fonts and picking the right font for what you are trying to portray can be very tricky. You can just pick any old font you need to pick the one that is right for what is being written. Webdesigner Depot actually… Read more →