Author Neil Gaiman's Dark World Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Dylan Thomas: crafting the words – A Poet in New York – BBC TwoPoetry In Voice 2013 champion Khalil Mair recites at Griffin Poetry Prize awards ceremony 24 thoughts on “Author Neil Gaiman's Dark World” Damn I've been here since 2010 don't let them take my eyes Reply I love the Graveyard Book! It's an amazing read and I love many of his books 🙂 Reply Why is she ragging on him for having dolls? What a bitch. Reply Duran Duran was a New Romantics band not a rock band. Reply Neil always strikes me as the kind of dude who is super intelligent, but has zero ego about it. He's like a happy version of Alan Moore lol Reply Ehm, not sci-fi, but fantasy. Reply Sex and Chocolate, is what she was going to say. Yumm, I'd get her clit cherry-red and swollen with excitement reading Neil Gaiman books together, lol Reply just my feeling, dint put them in those words, though: better than [censored], well, better than choclate. 😀 btw it's no shame; its highest mark genius if one's work is adored by morons And by upper-smart ppl. best bit: my weirdness meter just broke. 😀if i met neil gaiman, i'd'nt know what to say, i'm afraid. to say 'luvvvv you, i mean yer books' is just lame. to say 'you, sir, are a genius' – he knows that, and also lame. oh, actually i have a question: did he read Astrid Lindgrens …dmn…whatsisname in american…Billy smth. orginally Kalle Blomkvist. u know, storys about boy detective and his friends, the one where he and his friend eva-lotta were locked up in this old manor house and he did same trick to unlock the door as Bod in this bad man's shop when he tried to flog the ruby brooch. graveyard book. and if he did, gaiman, i.e., did he just nick that bit from dame Astrid, or borrowed it? maybe not even knowing where he found it? 😉 Reply those are not dolls you idiots Reply I like Neil Gaiman, but this is the most pap, grab-ass interview/story I've ever seen. Waste of time. Reply Love the Coraline movie and Book Reply ♡ I LOVE Neil Gaiman!!! He's an incredible writer ♡ Reply 1:15 can anyone tell me what kind of fountain pen is that? Reply Golden Age Sandman was the most twisted thing ever. So subtle until you think about what was really going on in those comics. Reply Red American Gods so many times over I've lost count. I will read anything this man writes. Reply The ending hahaha. Thats another way to tell viewers to subsribe Reply It must be disheartening to notice that moronic people are able to digest one's writing. On the other hand, I am incredibly envious, no jealous of such a talented writer fans or no who can get that blimmin' book out. Reply JG Ballard is good too(I've only read a few books of his, but I thought they were all well written). Gaiman and Ballard tread some similar ground, but have enough differences to make the comparison a bad one. Reply He's not a patch on JG Ballard. Reply doesnt Stephen King look like Dan Aykroyds evil twin? Reply Oh my god, I love his library! I am so insanely jealous, and i don't get jealous that often. I must now come up with a fiendish plot to divest him of his beloved "dungeon". Reply He lives in Minnesota! AHHH! Reply As far as fantasy goes, its Neil Gaiman and C.S. Lewis. Reply 5:00 HEADCRAB FUCK YES! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.