Neil Gaiman✡ (pronounced 'Kneel, Gay Man', lulz) is a pretty cool guy. He came to fame for his work on the comic book series Sandman (which guest starred Martian Manhunter) and Books of Magic (which guest starred Constantine).
He also wrote novels, two of which were made into the movies Coraline (starring Dakota Fanning) and Stardust (starring Michelle Pfeiffer). His better novels, American Gods and its sequel Anansi Boys of course received no media attention despite having a black person with A HUGE GAPING VAGINA THE SIZE OF A HALLWAY.
He makes extra money by selling the name rights to his to the Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab to make special perfumes to raise money for...
As a leading member of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF) he is fighting for free speech, and blogging about it as well:
- "What makes lolicon something worth defending? The lolicon stuff is all about sexualizing prepubescent girls, yes? Why do you, personally, think that it should be defended?" -Jess
- "We see Death putting a condom on a banana and talking about how not to get pregnant, diseased, or dead. The Chief of Police in Jacksonville Florida thought it encouraged teen sex. The declining number of US rapes may be due to the wider availability of porn. You seem to want lolicon banned, and people prosecuted for owning it, and I don't." -Neil
"I think that prosecuting as "child pornographers" a 16 and 17 year old who were legally able to have sex, because they took a sexual photograph of themselves and e-mailed it to themselves is utterly, insanely wrong" -Neil
In 1996 as part of the BBC's Learn To Spot Gays Week, Gaiman wrote a special drama set in London's Paparazzi Land starring several kids from Drama School with rich parents, and a bunch of BBC "Luvvy" actors, one of which was a genuine homosexual. License payers were invited to take part in the new concept of a "phone in" and identify the deviant. (It turned out to be Hywel Bennett .)
Neil Gaiman Is Not A Scientologist
Not even slightly.
Just like Will Smith.
- Alan Moore (Watchmen)
- Christopher Handley
- Frank Miller (300, Dark Knight Strikes Again, Sin City)
- Jeff Smith (Bone)
- Philip K DICK
- Michael MOARcock
- Neil Gaiman's Sandman
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