Neil Gaiman’s Lost Tales From The Eighties, Out Now Digitally For Free – And For Charity

imageDownload the Sequential App for free. Download the Neil Gaiman Lost Tales anthology for free. And Sequential will give fifty cents to anti-Malaria charities. Win win win.

And this is what you get for your zero money. Over a hundred pages of rarely seen Neil Gaiman comics from the eighties, including;

  • Neil’s work with Bryan Talbot, Sloth for Seven Deadly Sins, An Honest Answer for Wiindows and From Homogenous To Honey for AARGH.
  • Stories with Dave McKean, Julia Hollings, Mike Matthews, Peter Rigg, and Steve Gibson for Outrageous Tales Of The Old Testament.
  • The three part series The Light Brigade with Nigel Kitching for Trident.
  • A 2000AD Future Shock, with David Wyatt, Conversation Piece.
  • An interview with Steve Whitaker, notes from Sandman.
  • Biographies from the Violent Cases stage play.
  • A new cover from Hunt Emerson.

Have you downloaded it yet? Here in the UK, here in the US. Free. For now.

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