Dark Horse to Adapt Neil Gaiman Short Stories in 'The Problem of Susan and Other Stories'

Dark Horse to Adapt Neil Gaiman Short Stories in ‘The Problem of Susan and Other Stories’

Posted by August 9, 2018 Comment

Dark Horse has announced the expansion of its Neil Gaiman Library, a publishing initiative whose goal is to publish new Neil Gaiman comics without Neil Gaiman having to actually write any new comics. Gaiman’s short stories The Problem of Susan, October in the Chair, Locks, and The Day the Saucers Came will see adaptations in the upcoming anthology, The Problem of Susan and Other Stories. P. Craig Russell, Scott Hampton, and Paul Chadwick will dutifully sever on the creative team for the book.

Look for it in stores on January 23rd.

In the short story “The Problem of Susan,” Neil Gaiman explores the remarkable power of children’s literature through the eyes of an aged college professor with unique insight into Susan’s fantastic past. The Problem of Susan and Other Stories shines new light on the wondrous and imaginative tales we tell and how they shape our experiences for generations to come.

(Last Updated August 9, 2018 2:28 pm )

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