Midnight Days

Midnight Days Providing tantalizing glimpses into the fantastical worlds he would create and nurture NEIL GAIMAN S MIDNIGHT DAYS collects some of the accomplished author s earliest work including tales featuring

  • Title: Midnight Days
  • Author: Neil Gaiman Matt Wagner Teddy Kristiansen Dave McKean Mike Mignola Stephen R. Bissette John Totleben Richard Piers Rayner
  • ISBN: 9781401234577
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Providing tantalizing glimpses into the fantastical worlds he would create and nurture, NEIL GAIMAN S MIDNIGHT DAYS collects some of the accomplished author s earliest work, including tales featuring John Constantine, Swamp Thing and the first and only meeting between The Golden Age Sandman and The Sandman of the Endless.

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    585 thoughts on “Midnight Days

    • I love reading an author's early work, and Gaiman has had mad skills since the beginning of his publishing career. He's so worth your time. Also check out Trigger Warning and the complete Sandman series.


    • I am completely biased, but any collection of early Neil Gaiman stories that has 'Hold Me' from Hellblazer gets five stars. I'd been looking for that story for years after someone lent me the single issue comic. It had a physical impact - and even now 26 years later it still gets me in the gut every time. I also really enjoyed the Sandman Midnight Theatre story, which has an epic feel for a short story. Oh, and it also has that wonderful creation Dream of the Endless trapped in his glass jar. No [...]


    • Midnight Days is a collection of short stories (actually individual comics) that he wrote early on in his career. As such, there are some decent tales, but this is not the greatest example of his talents. I understand that it takes time for him to find his unique style and form wonderful stories around them.There are a variety of stories- some with Swamp Thing and some with John Constantine. For the most part-the best way to sum up the stories are "ok". This is not a bad book. Neil Gaiman's stor [...]



    • ***Update/request*** I read the paperback collection back in '09 and would like to know if there are any must-have additions to the 2012 Deluxe Edition hardcover re-release. Please comment on this review to let me (and others) know.In the main introduction to this collection of mostly stand-alone comics, Neil Gaiman says that one of them is the best short story he's done. Having read a lot of Neil Gaiman and loved most of it, this struck me as a big piece of genuine hype, and I hoped that he wou [...]


    • The stories in this collection show the early evolution of this great fantasy writer, and those expecting Gaiman at the top of his game will be disappointed. This compilation is like Gaiman 101 because you get to see the foundations. I found it a tad fascinating to see little gems of what was to come twinkling through the growth.At least Gaiman has written an introduction to each of these stories as well, which is a definite bonus. "Jack in the Green" >> Apparently the second comics story [...]


    • I am a Neil Gaiman’s fan, so I was ecstatic when a friend gave me this book. It’s a collection of five comics of this author in collaboration with several illustrators. The stories were written by Gaiman since the 80s to the present day. As usual, the author makes an introductory note to every story worth reading.Not a spectacular book. The stories had varied subjects. I’ve never read the Swamp Thing comic, so the first two stories didn’t piqued my interest, though I’ve liked the illus [...]


    • My son bought me this at the Bristol Comics Fare this year, knowing how much I love the Sandman graphic novels.Midnight Days is a collection of shorter pieces. Like a Monty Python show it has touches of genius and parts that fall flat.The 'Sandman' section had some great writing and was good to read having read the Sandman books, but it did rather drag.Early work by Gaiman showing a ton of promise. Not quite there yet - but when he does get 'there' in his later work he does it in spades.I've rea [...]


    • A biased purchase purely for the Writer-Artist combination that is Gaiman-McKean. The collection is a hit or miss given one's affection for the characters that are re-imagined. Hold Me, a Hellblazer story, is brilliant. Midnight Theater set in The Sandman universe is fantastic. The rest are good; nothing great, nothing exceptional.




    • This graphic novel collects six ofNeil Gaiman's early comics work for DC. Of the six stories in the collection, there are three that are from different aspects of Swamp Thing, one Hellblazer, one Sandman and a little framing story for another collection.I'm not hugely familiar with Swamp Thing so I perhaps didn't get as much out of those stories as someone more familiar with the mythos. The first, Jack in the Green shows a Swamp Thing somewhere in England when the Black Death is sweeping the lan [...]


    • I've probably been annoyed with Neil Gaiman for most of my adult life for not being as good as he was when I was a teenager. This resentment is partially unfounded (because The Sandman is still really good, but not quite as good as I want to remember) and partially, I swear, totally real, because anytime I pick up one of his newer books (I have Norse Mythology in front of me right now and good lord is it the laziest thing) I am so unimpressed, just distinctly bored by how light and meaningless a [...]


    • The short of it:This is a collection of some of the work that Neil Gaiman had done for Vertico, DC's alternate, more mature imprint. This features few stories from The Swamp Thing, a couple of stand alones, and a longer story set in the Sandman universe. Why did I pick this book up?I was at my favorite bookshop in Denver (The Denver Book Mall) and saw this on the shelves. I first saw Neil Gaiman's name picked it up, and flipped through a few pages. When I saw that it featured some Swamp Thing st [...]


    • Esta edição de luxo da Panini Books é uma boa adição às estantes de leitores que sejam fãs do trabalho de Neil Gaiman nos diferentes media, bem como aos conhecedores do trabalho inovador para a época de edição da Vertigo. Ler as traduções para o vernacular brasileiro tem o seu quê de doloroso, mas é o preço a pagar para ter esta obra em português. Recensão completa no aCalopsia: Dias da Meia Noite.


    • March 16'th, 2013: Read "Hold Me." I'd never read an issue of Hellblazer, so I was a little confused at first, but wow does it end strong. A line from the book has instantly become one of my favorite quotes. I propose we put "In Gaiman We Trust" on our money. Yeah, I know he's not American, but neither is God. ;)


    • Suma cuatro estrellitas por acumulación. Quizás ninguna de las historias que recopila este tomo sea espectacular (con excepción de "Abrázame"), pero la suma de todas ellas dan por resultado un tomo de lo más entretenido y recomendable. Cuando lo relea seguro lo rerreseñe.



    • Awesome collection of short stories by Neil Gaiman. After reading this collection, I need to jump back into my Sandman trades and continue where I left off.


    • I was actually very lucky to find this book. Ollies had DC Comics for sale and I was putting back an Infinity Crisis graphic novel when Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days just appeared on a stack of books in front of me. There were only 3 copies left. A book that I've seen in comic book stores for $19.99 was docked down to $3.99. It was Neil Gaiman, it was his rare one time comics, and it was a steal - I snatched it up and I still can't believe my luck.I think my favorite comic in this collection is, a [...]


    • Here is a collection of Neil Gaiman's rare single issues and obscure publications. It reads like a not-uninteresting album of B-Sides. The stories include a newly illustrated tale about an old plant elemental (Swamp Thing), and another old story from the same universe. Both are worth a read for fans of both Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore, whose style the young Gaiman is clearly attempting to emulate. I like the Swamp Thing stories, and especially Alan Moore's run, so this was a treat for me. The res [...]


    • I've been a huge fan of Gaiman's since I first read Good Omens back in high school but it is the comics that he has worked on that have brought me the most joy. I'm hard pressed to recall very many other stories, comic or otherwise, that have left me feeling the way Gaiman's comics leave me feeling. I'm currently re-reading Sandman in an attempt to reconnect with those feelings's like visiting an old friend that never really left. Stephen King said, in a blurb for this novel, 'We are lucky to ha [...]


    • with neil gaiman, i am always overwhelmed. i do not get all the references, less in the first reading, less in this book that builds on comic worlds i don’t know; but most of his stories make me feel like just waking up from a intense dream which i enjoy immensely. on the less positive side, i find the big changes in art work styles for each story distracting. and the two words in german are both misspelled.


    • Une beau recueil de petites histoires liées à l'Univers de Sandman. Evidemment, c'est hétéroclite, mais cela montre à quel point l'univers crée par Neil Gaiman est riche et protéiforme. On se mettrait à rêver à toutes sortes d'audaces. Une mention spéciale pour la poignante "Hold Me" et la macabre Midnight theater, mises en scène par Dave Mc Kean pour la première, et Matt Wagner et Teddy Kristiansen


    • Don't know Swamp Thing much, so those stories went over my head a bit. Know Constantine a little, and that story was gorgeous. Know Sandman a lot, and that story was okay. The 4 stars is there mostly on the weight of how perfect the Constantine story is.




    • Not my favourite of his but still decent considering the author's age at time of creation and the fact that it's a Mish Mash of stories.




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