The Books of Magicby Neil Gaiman, John Bolton, Scott Hampton, Charles Vess
/Neil Gaiman /John Bolton, Charles Vess, Scott Hampton /and Paul Johnson, illustrators In this supernatural tour de force by award winning writer Neil Gaiman, DC's occult characters guide young Tim Hunter See more details below
/Neil Gaiman /John Bolton, Charles Vess, Scott Hampton /and Paul Johnson, illustrators In this supernatural tour de force by award winning writer Neil Gaiman, DC's occult characters guide young Tim Hunter
- DC Comics
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.63(w) x 10.14(h) x 0.32(d)
- Age Range:
- 16 - 18 Years
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All four original issues of franchise are put into one. Possibly better known for his Sandman graphics but, when people ask how I've been introduced to Neil Gaiman, my answer is automatically this. It's about four men introducing a teen named Tim from a broken home into a world beyond our own. All four issues are done by four brilliant artists so each chapter of this story has it's own uniqueness.
a dark look at the history and future of magic. . for magic to be possible all you have to do is believe...
I've read it at least for times in a row now and it gets better every time. This is a riveting tale of magic and wonder in which a boy experiences different aspects of magic through adventures with for magical guides. Both the story and imagery are incredible. I also thoroughly enjoyed Roger Zelazny's introduction, a man who i consider one of the greatest fantasy and Sci fi writers of all time. It's a real shame they don't have more of his work on the nook app.