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'The Sandman' Creator Neil Gaiman

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'The Sandman' Creator Neil Gaiman

'The Sandman' Creator Neil Gaiman

'The Sandman' Creator Neil Gaiman

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The Sandman isn't your typical comic book. It's dark, geared towards adults and praised by the likes of Norman Mailer and Stephen King. Neil Gaiman, the comic book's creator, joins host Neal Conan for a discussion on gods, myths and dreams.

Guests:

Neil Gaiman
*Author of The Sandman comic book series
*Author of the books: The Wolves in the Walls, American Gods, Neverwhere, and Good Omens

P. Craig Russel
*Artist who has worked with Neil Gaiman

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