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By Neil Gaiman and P Craig Russell Neil Gaiman’s Sandman was a very important book in my development as a comic book fan, but I never really kept up with any of the spin-offs or extras that came out after the series itself ended. I read the last Gaiman-written Sandman stories (Endless Nights) via a book from the library, and…

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By Neil Gaiman and various artists [This is an old piece of writing that I discovered, which I thought should be included in my exhaustive compilation of posts about things I have read/viewed/played.] Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series was a significant touchstone in my comic book reading life, and remains a favourite after all these years. However, it was with a…

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By Neil Gaiman There’s a quote on the front of the book – ‘The best book Neil Gaiman has ever written’ Diana Wynne Jones – and she may have a point. Gaiman has written some great comic books, excellent short stories (as well as not so good ones) and some very good books (I liked Neverwhere, I loved American Gods,…

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Eternals #1–7 by Neil Gaiman and John Romita Jr Well, I say that the book is by the two artists, but the hardcover title seems to suggest it was only Neil Gaiman responsible for it. Ah well, marketing types know what they are doing, right? JRJr is a very important contributor to the book – just look at pages 2…

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From A Library: Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere by Mike Carey and Glenn Fabry And so continues the strange evolution of Neverwhere – from television series to novel to comic book. Has there been a stranger path? And, to let you know where it came from (this is a Vertigo book so has to use a name for a selling point), it…

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I vaguely remember seeing an episode of Neverwhere when it was first shown on the BBC back in the mid 1990s. The unusual yet pretty face of Laura Fraser, with her big eyes and scruffy clothes, are all I can remember of the show – there wasn’t much in that episode that made me decide to keep watching. I was…

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