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Tiger! Tiger! Tiger!

3.26  ·  Rating Details  ·  34 Ratings  ·  13 Reviews
Art fatherhood work play. How do you reconcile one to the next? Award-winning author Scott Morse has decided it s time to try within the pages of TIGER!TIGER!TIGER!, a series of band desinee-style graphic works that combine varied styles of painting and illustration with sequential stories of wonder and the magic of the day-to-day. Morse s popular tiger from the pages of S ...more
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published December 2nd 2008 by Ad House
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Jennifer
Jan 13, 2013 Jennifer rated it did not like it
Yes the art was lovely. And it was fun to see Oakland depicted in some gorgeous illustrations. But I agree with other reviewers that the text was disturbing, especially the way he described a homeless woman with a possible developmental delay and his statement that some people should not be allowed to reproduce. I don't know if at point some people feel that as liberal artists they say whatever but no man, that is not ok.
Parka
Dec 04, 2012 Parka rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics

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Tiger! Tiger! Tiger! is a charming autobiography by Scott Morse. Here, he draws himself as a tiger, putting his thoughts beside his colourful sketches, telling us how he sees the world and himself.

Do adults still pretend to be someone else nowadays? I know kids sure do, pretending to be their favourite superheroes and idols. But an adult? It's interesting to see a story told from a little tiger's point of view.

The story starts with jury duty that was delayed. Us
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Eric
Jun 10, 2014 Eric rated it it was ok
Shelves: comics, 2014
Scott Morse is a great artist. But I didn't care for his reflective prose.
John
Mar 27, 2016 John rated it liked it
Sketches of introspection.
Kelly Moore
I guess I shouldn't call it a graphic novel since it's nonfiction - what's the term for that? Anyway, I like Scott Morse's artwork, and while I wasn't completely blown away by this stream-of-consciousness piece, I enjoyed a glimpse into the mind of an artist that I admire.
Peacegal
Aug 18, 2011 Peacegal rated it it was ok
I quite enjoyed the illustrations, but the text (I can't say there's really a story) was a bit too pretentious and self-absorbed for my tastes. And get this--the tigers aren't actually tigers at all. What a roaring disappointment.
j_ay
Nov 25, 2011 j_ay rated it it was ok
Lovely art, but the personal story may resonate with some, it's really not much of a story, and then the segue of 'how cute my kid is' (something every parent thinks about their kid) is annoying.
Whatsupchuck
Mar 24, 2013 Whatsupchuck rated it liked it
Shelves: comics
I read this a couple years ago, and don't remember much from it now. I do vaguely remember it being very good and emotionally touching.
Reenie
May 23, 2009 Reenie rated it liked it
Shelves: children
The art is gorgeous, not to mention adorable. The words are somewhat less so, occasionally shading to a bit pretentious.
Jamil
May 26, 2009 Jamil rated it did not like it
not really about tigers & way too pretentious. despite the quality of the art, this book just really annoyed me.
Jamie
Nov 22, 2008 Jamie rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphicnovels
A beautifully painted children's book for adults.
Mary
Great artwork.
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Scott Morse (sometimes known as C. Scott Morse or C. S. Morse) is an American animator, filmmaker, and comic book artist/writer.

Much of Morse's published work consists of stand-alone graphic novels, although he is perhaps best known for his epic series Soulwind, a story serialised in a sequence of graphic novels, which was nominated for both the Eisner and Ignatz awards.
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