Everything, Nothing, And All Points In Between : Mike Taylor’s “In Christ There Is No East Or West”


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Navigating the present social, political, and economic reality is tough enough — how are you supposed to get your own head together in the midst of all this chaos?

Cartoonist Mike Taylor’s stand-in/protagonist Adam (and, yes, eventually that’s revealed to be as obvious a choice of name as you’re already imagining it to be), our one and only point of reference in and, in a very real sense, entry into, the metaphysical realms beyond and within detailed in the new graphic novel In Christ There Is No East Or West, is tasked with such a challenge and has the added burden of having been conscripted into this impromptu bit of soul-searching by none other than God himself — but not until after he discards his ever-present “smart” phone at The Almighty’s insistence.

Taylor has, of course, long been on a very public journey of self-discovery in the pages of his…

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One response to “Everything, Nothing, And All Points In Between : Mike Taylor’s “In Christ There Is No East Or West”

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