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Day of the Dead [Paperback]

Neil Gaiman , J. Michael Straczynski
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September 1998
Original script for the Babylon 5 episode. Contains scenes not actually filmed and some which were filmed but cut. Introduction by J. Michael Straczynski. Trade paperback with John Berkey color cover.

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Neil Gaiman is the popular creator of the comic book series, the Sandman and other DC Comics projects. He wrote the BBC television series "Neverwhere" and has written for Disney. His novel, with Terry Pratchett, Good Omens is probably the funniest novel ever written about the apocalypse. He has written fantasy, SF, horror, humor and he is British.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Briefly Live among the Dead Feb. 19 2004
Format:Paperback
This is an episode script for the TV show Babylon 5 written by Neil Gaiman. It was great to see a different version of one of my favorite episodes. This script has footnotes in it from Neil about what and why and where things came from. This script also has an introduction by JMS that includes the phrase, "So you will understand why Neil Gaiman bugs the hell out of me." The introduction does, in fact, explain why Neil bugs the hell out of Joe and of course does so in a charming way. The footnotes are fascinating. Did I mention that already?
Also note that if you are wanting to get a hold of a copy, the best way is to go to Neil Gaiman.net. (Scroll just over half way down the books page and there it is.) Neil's commercial website, that's run by his local sci-fi/comic shop called DreamHaven Books and Comics. Copies of this script are $5 and priority mailed in wonderful packaging. It's really okay to trust these people with Neil's books. Even the autographed and/or first editions that you can get from them. The autographs are very definitely THE REAL THING and if it's a non-first edition you're looking for, they don't even charge extra.
Added bonus, the footnotes are fun to read, much like having Neil commenting in your ear as you're reading. Or have I already told you about the footnotes?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Briefly Live among the Dead Feb. 19 2004
By Allison E Frame - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This is an episode script for the TV show Babylon 5 written by Neil Gaiman. It was great to see a different version of one of my favorite episodes. This script has footnotes in it from Neil about what and why and where things came from. This script also has an introduction by JMS that includes the phrase, "So you will understand why Neil Gaiman bugs the hell out of me." The introduction does, in fact, explain why Neil bugs the hell out of Joe and of course does so in a charming way. The footnotes are fascinating. Did I mention that already?
Also note that if you are wanting to get a hold of a copy, the best way is to go to Neil Gaiman.net. (Scroll just over half way down the books page and there it is.) Neil's commercial website, that's run by his local sci-fi/comic shop called DreamHaven Books and Comics. Copies of this script are $5 and priority mailed in wonderful packaging. It's really okay to trust these people with Neil's books. Even the autographed and/or first editions that you can get from them. The autographs are very definitely THE REAL THING and if it's a non-first edition you're looking for, they don't even charge extra.
Added bonus, the footnotes are fun to read, much like having Neil commenting in your ear as you're reading. Or have I already told you about the footnotes?
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5.0 out of 5 stars A little expensive - but worth it if a Fan Dec 27 1999
By Whoop2Do - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
A small, somewhat expensive package - but worth it if you are a serious fan of either the BABYLON 5 saga or Neil Gaiman. Also, interesting for those curious about the process of creating an episode of a TV show or the novice scriptwriter.
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