The Comics Works of Neil Gaiman
A special issue of ImageTexT edited by Philip Sandifer and Tof Eklund
|Editor's Introduction||Philip Sandifer and Tof Eklund|
|Fairy and Faerie: Uses of the Victorian in Neil Gaiman's and Charles Vess's Stardust||Meredith Collins|
|Through Every Mirror in the World: Lacan's Mirror Stage as Mutual Reference in the Works of Neil Gaiman and Tori Amos||S. Alexander Reed|
|Incommensurable Ontologies and the Return of the Witness in Neil Gaiman's 1602||James R. Fleming|
|Get Gaiman?: PolyMorpheus Perversity in Works by and about Neil Gaiman||Clay Smith|
|Phantom Towers: Crypto-towers Haunting Dave McKean's Cages and Mirrormask||Matthew Feltman|
|'Being' Decentered in Sandman: History, Dreams, Gender, and the 'Prince of Metaphor and Allusion'||Rodney Sharkey|
|'Tales Worked in Blood and Bone:' Words and Images as Scalpel and Suture in Graphic Narratives||Jon Saklofske|
|The Sandman as Neomedieval Text||Zuleyha Cetiner-Oktem|
|Review of Sandman Papers: An Exploration of the Sandman Mythology , ed. Joe Sanders||Aaron Kashtan|
|Notes on Contributors|
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