I Love Neil Gaiman

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    Neil Changed The Way I Looked At Comics

    The Sandman. Easily the best comic book series ever written. Mr. Gaiman put forth more thought and imagination into that book than over half of the bestselling authors out there. This is what made me appreciate graphic art as literature.
    thefragile77 thefragile77
    Jun 18, 2013

    A Test Of Love For You All...

    Neil and I first made acquaintance on Twitter after many years of my private fangirling. He's very humorous. We also share a love for his wife, Amanda. We now chat about writing and act as each others soundboards on occasion. Here's a playlist on Twitter that someone crazy made...
    TheWomanWhoDid TheWomanWhoDid
    1 Response Feb 7, 2013

    Especially His Anansi Boys!

    I loved Smoke and Mirrors, but I loved Anansi Boys much better! It's so funny that I'd read it over and over again! Neil Gaiman always has the most unusual plots, and I'll never tire of reading them all. :D
    beryllium beryllium
    18-21, F
    5 Responses Jun 7, 2009


    She seems so cool, so focused, so quiet, yet her eyes remain fixed on the horizon. You think you know all there is to know about her immediately upon meeting her, but everything you think you know is wrong. Passion flows through her like a river of blood. She only looked away for...
    kittysoftpaws kittysoftpaws
    36-40, F
    Dec 7, 2012

    Things Not Taught...

    I’ve been making a list of the things they don’t teach you at school. They don’t teach you how to love somebody. They don’t teach you how to be famous. They don’t teach you how to be rich or how to be poor. They don’t teach you how to walk away from someone you don...
    kittysoftpaws kittysoftpaws
    36-40, F
    Dec 16, 2012

    You know what doesn't get enough love

    and attention. Marvel 1602. Wonderfully entertaining. Writing superb on Gaiman's part. Not to mention how awesome the art is. Just saying.
    deleted deleted
    Jan 13, 2016


    I am currently reading Coraline. I should have finished it in one sitting but w/ my bf & his son getting to sit down for 1/2 hour w/o one of them calling my name is a freaking miracle. It is a wonderful book. It is meant for children but adults will enjoy it nonetheless...
    deleted deleted
    3 Responses Jan 22, 2008

    Neil Gaiman's Keynote Address At The University Of The Arts Class Of 2012

    If you haven't seen this before, I think it's definitely worth watchinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikAb-NYkseI
    Jiffle Jiffle
    Jan 20, 2013

    He'S Amazing

    I love his work, it's darker than pratchett but very interesting and deep. The sandman series is wonderful. :) I love mythology and folklore. Gaiman makes great use of it, bringing those stories into a modern context.
    creampoodle creampoodle
    26-30, F
    Nov 9, 2013

    American Gods

    I just finished American Gods, and it's the only work of his I've read so far (so maybe it's a little early to declare LOVE...) but I'm very eager to read more. I just love his writing style, especially the dark humor.
    the4thfury the4thfury
    22-25, F
    1 Response Jan 22, 2008

    The Truth, As Discovered In a Children's Book

    The real reason he's so awesome? He isn't human. A while ago I got a children's Norse Mythology book from the library... And you'll never guess who the drawings of Loki look like... Coincidence? No way. Can't say I'm surprised :)
    HoneyPie HoneyPie
    22-25, F
    3 Responses Jul 25, 2008

    Tori Loves Him

    I stumbled across a book called "Good Omens" last year (maybe) while roaming Barnes and Noble and it looked interesting.  So, I bought.  That book sparked my obsession with Neil Gaiman almost immediately.  I have never been interested "sci-fi"...
    CuriosityKitten CuriosityKitten
    31-35, F
    2 Responses Sep 21, 2008

    I Love His Books

    he wrote two of my fav books of all time good omens and stardust
    wotaloser wotaloser
    36-40, M
    1 Response Aug 21, 2011

    I love Neil Gaiman *and* Stephen King,

    despite not really reading much of their work. I love their writing and storytelling *style* and their quirky ideas. Their popular genre productivity and fan base sort of put me off, but I cannot deny their genius as writers! I recently watched Gaiman's address to the 2012...
    JacquesSade JacquesSade
    56-60, M
    Feb 25, 2014


    “There are so many fragile things, after all. People break so easily, and so do dreams and hearts.” ~Neil Gaiman
    kittysoftpaws kittysoftpaws
    36-40, F
    1 Response Dec 21, 2012


    I am currently reading Stardust. So far it is a pretty interesting read. Dec. 26th, 2012 AD/CE:  I completed reading Stardust today.     I probably could have read it in a week or so, if I concentrated on it and didn't have so much else going on in the months it took me to...
    gingershuman gingershuman
    41-45, M
    1 Response Oct 28, 2012
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