Cej first mentions this title in a general review, but the series certainly deserves a larger mention. Take Harry Potter (make it real), add your Master's in Literature, a Dan Brown-esq conspiracy, and plenty of murder and intrigue and vola! As of this writting there are seven volumes (Tommy Taylor and the Bogus Identity, Inside Man, Dead Man's Knock, Leviathan, On to Genesis, Tommy Taylor and the War of Words, and The Wound) although I've only read the first five--get on the ball Cej and get me the rest! What, you expect me to buy my own comics?! Tommy Taylor is a famous children's story character, or is he just the son of the author? Or is he not the author's son at all? And is Tommy really the character in the story and are the stories real?! In any event, why do so many people want to capture or kill Tom? What is his link to a cabal and can they actually shape reality through the control of stories? So many questions and I'm enjoying all of them. Carey delves into ideas like the collective unconscious, the power of myth, censorship, childhood celebraties, and lots and lots on literature. Well done!