As a postscript to a recently-concluded, forthcoming-in-print interview with Neil Gaiman, cartoonist and teacher Steve Bissette briefly surveys British children’s comics from the 1950s and 1960s, with illustrations and links to various image galleries. Gaiman is well-known as the writer of the Sandman comics series as well as several novels for adults and children, among other projects. His own foray into children’s comics was published in Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly’s Little Lit: It Was a Dark and Silly Night, and was drawn by Gahan Wilson.



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