Neil Dreams

Neil Dreams Collection of Roarin Rick s Rare Bit Friends comic issues sold as an ebook

  • Title: Neil Dreams
  • Author: Neil Gaiman Rick Veitch
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 270
  • Format: ebook
  • Collection of Roarin Rick s Rare Bit Friends comic, issues 2 3, sold as an ebook.

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      Published :2018-07-06T21:19:18+00:00

    1 thought on “Neil Dreams”

    1. I would have really liked to have seen these stories expanded on, using Neil's dreams as a starting point. But the dreams themselves are interesting, and the art was gorgeous (though the last story was hard to read). I certainly can't claim to have dreams nearly as imaginative as these!

    2. The art was ok, dreams look cool and weird at the same but it wasnt long anough for me to have an opinion so i wont rate it.

    3. Read May 2016Got this as part of Neil Gaiman's 2015 rarities Humble Bundle.A couple of Neil Gaiman’s dreams illustrated as comics. Pretty cool idea, but I wish it had been a little longer. Each dream is just a few lines of text with a couple illustrations, Would have loved to see them explored a little more!I have no idea what kind of star-rating to give to this though, so I’m just going to leave it without.

    4. Got this as part of the 2016 Humble Bundle.Three of Neil Gaiman's dreams, as illustrated by Tick Veitch, plus one illustrated by Gaiman himself.It's not a masterpiece, but a glimpse into Gaiman's subconscious is always a worthy reading. The one illustrated by Gaiman felt a bit like a Murakami short story.

    5. A very short comic included in Gaiman's 2015 Humble Bundle. It's his contributions to a short-lived magazine called Rare Bit Friends. All of these short comics are based on Gaiman's actual dreams, which was neat to read. All of them delightfully weird. I particularly liked the ones with the organic spaceship and the one with the rockstar (Alice Cooper cameo!)

    6. Rick Veitch's Rare Bit Fiends was always a treat. His love for Gaiman is apparent as he draws the man's dreams with particular care, resulting in exposing the freakish and the eldritch inside Mr. Suave's nocturnal mind. It's sad this is so short, and Rare Bib was so short-lived, for it's a work true of fun and delight.

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