If you know his name, and you’ve read his work, you know that Neil Gaiman is one of the most sophisticated and original writers to grace comics, and fantasy fiction, in a long time. Neil is best known as the mind behind the monthly “mature” comic The Sandman. But his award-winning collection of short-stories entitled Angels and Visitations, and other works like Death: the High Cost of Living and Death: the Time of Your Life, have inspired among his readers a loyalty that borders on fanaticism.
Neil has contributed to Aardwolf’s Strange Kaddish and its sequel Stranger Kaddish, as well as The Uncanny Dave Cockrum and The Futurians Return.
Signed Paperback/Bookplated Paperback/Expanded Digital version
Funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign, this full-color graphic novel contains the long-lost Futurians story Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight (Story: Dave Cockrum/Pencils: Dave Cockrum with “Wally Bonner”and Richard O’Hara/Inks: Robin Riggs with Bob Wiacek/Colors: Paty Cockrum/Letters: Tom Orzechowski/Covers: Ray Lago with Jim Lee).
This collection is an industry-wide tribute to Dave Cockrum. Contains writing and artwork from just about everyone's favorite comic creators.
New stories from award-winning authors Harlan Ellison, Neil Gaiman, William Messner-Loebs, Shira Daemon, Clifford Lawrence Meth and Mike Pascale, with illustrations by Loebs, Nelson, Dave "X-Men" Cockrum, Paty, and Shane Liddell! Features a gorgeous painted cover by Hugo-nominee Gray Morrow. This book is ideal for science fiction and horror fans.
Trade paperback; Price: $9.95
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There are only 500 copies of these editions on the earth and their signed by Ellison, Morrow, Meth, Liddell, Cockrum, and Paty.
Read the sequel... Stranger Kaddish.
Stranger Kaddish is a tour de farce, starring writers Harlan Ellison, Neil Gaiman, William Messner-Loebs, Clifford Meth, Peter David, Mike "Bru-Hed" Pascale, Walter Cummins, and Ilan Stavans. Artwork is by Dave "X-Men" Cockrum, Paty, Adlai Zander, and both Loebs and Pascale (who illustrate their own stories).