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The script at the end of Vol II or III (I can't remember which) was really interesting. It's almost a movie. I'm amazed at the detail in which he visualizes the comic before it's drawn.
Almost every movie is storyboarded--it helps the director know what the movie will look like, and the production crew to know what they have to build, where to put the cameras, where to put the lights, and so on.
My previous encounter with Gaiman was his books, so it was interesting to see something with different con
I just recently learned that I own a Sandman #1, in near mint condition. Imagine my surprise! Many of my high school friends were into comics big-time, and were constantly telling me, "You should buy one of these, it's pretty good". As a result, I have a large collection of random books, most of which I have no recollection of having purchased, and which are almost invariably unopened, still in the plastic bag with the backer board...
I think I hear E-Bay calling my name.
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