Monday, February 23, 2009

Neil Gaiman on Watchmen

Back in the days before Neil Gaiman was a renowned author, even before his work on the acclaimed Sandman graphic novels, he was a newspaper journalist writing book reviews. Here's an old newspaper clipping from the now long-defunct daily tabloid Today, dated Sunday July 27th 1986, where a 25 year old Neil Gaiman promotes a then-new comic called Watchmen.

It's a good little article, with quotes from Alan Moore, and an accurate impression of the mid-1980s comics scene. That same year Neil would sell his first comic strips to 2000AD. The rest, as they say, is history.


I'm currently selling a complete set of the first printing of the WATCHMEN limited series from 1986. Click HERE to see the item on eBay!


Various said...

Neil also recently scanned in and posted on his blog a couple more of his old articles about Alan Moore:

Time Out


Mike Grant said...

I was interested to see how your eBay auction went, as I have a set of originals as well. Time to flog 'em and buy the Absolute Edition, I think!

Lew Stringer said...

Yep. I bought the Absolute edition for £40. Well worth it.

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