The Comics Journal for June 1994 features the longest and most in-depth interview to date with fan-favorite writer Neil Gaiman. Gaiman has become one of the most admired writers working in comic books today; learn what he sees as the potential and failings of the comic medium. Be surprised at what Gaiman thinks about pornography, censorship, and creative freedom on Sandman. Hear Gaiman's take on the ongoing question of creators' rights, work-for-hire and just how bad the various comic publishers really are. This most revealing interview — along with all the usual news, reviews, and features (including a back-up interview with Sol Harrison, former president of DC Comics) — comes wrapped in an intricate cover portrait by Michael Zulli (Gaiman's collaborator on Sweeney Todd.
1995 Harvey Award Winner, Best Biographical, Historical, or Journalistic Presentation
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