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Neil Gaiman, who went on to become a New York Times best-selling novelist, came to prominence four years pre-Vertigo with the launch of The Sandman for DC Comics, a title that became the backbone of the initial Vertigo line-up.
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Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's " Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophesies of Agnes Nutter, Witch " contains reference to the broth as the substance in Anathema Device's mug when she is run into by Aziraphale and Crowley.
* Neil Gaiman, in the first issue of his comic Sandman, introduced the grimoire titled Grimorium Magdelene.
Many modern horror and fantasy writers, including Stephen King, Bentley Little, Joe R. Lansdale, Alan Moore, Junji Ito, F. Paul Wilson, Brian Lumley, Caitlín R. Kiernan, and Neil Gaiman, have cited Lovecraft as one of their primary influences.
Many later figures were influenced by Lovecraft's works, including author and artist Clive Barker, prolific horror writer Stephen King, comics writers Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Mike Mignola, film directors John Carpenter, Stuart Gordon, and Guillermo Del Toro, horror manga artist Junji Ito, and artist H. R. Giger.
The online community allows the sharing of images and techniques, and celebrity lomographic camera owners include Elijah Wood, Neil Gaiman and The White Stripes.
* Neil Gaiman wrote a story personifying the month in his collection Fragile Things entitled October in the Chair.
* The Tragical Comedy or Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch, a 1994 graphic novel by writer Neil Gaiman and artist Dave McKean, explores a boy's memories triggered by a Punch and Judy show.
He adds to this statement in Don't Panic: The Official Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Companion, an analysis by Neil Gaiman.
Neil Gaiman, in a promotional " penny dreadful ", identified a number of earlier texts that feed into the Todd story, some dating back to at least the late 17th century.
Neil Gaiman and Michael Zulli were to have created a Sweeney Todd adaptation for Taboo, published by Steve Bissette and Tundra, but only completed a prologue.
Early in her professional career, Amos befriended author Neil Gaiman, who became a fan after she referenced him in the song " Tear in Your Hand " and also in print interviews.
* Neil Gaiman named a debauched bar in the underworld " The Hellfire Club " in his epic comic-book series The Sandman.
In turn, she has influenced Booker prize winners and other writers, such as Salman Rushdie and David Mitchell — and notable futurism and fantasy writers like Neil Gaiman and Iain Banks.
During his tenure, he interviewed such luminaries as John Carpenter, Neil Gaiman, Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison and other writers, producers, actors and directors.
* British — Gaiman, Neil ( has lived in U. S. A. since 1992 ): " Harlequin Valentine " ( 1999 ), Harlequin Valentine ( 2001 ; graphic novel, illustrated by John Bolton ); Greenland, Colin: " A Passion for Lord Pierrot " ( 1990 ); Moorcock, Michael: The English Assassin and The Condition of Muzak ( 1972, 1977 ; hero Jerry Cornelius morphs with increasing frequency into role of Pierrot ), " Feu Pierrot " ( 1978 ); Stevenson, Helen: Pierrot Lunaire ( 1995 ).
* Author Neil Gaiman wrote a short story called " One Life, Furnished in Early Moorcock '" about a troubled boy who loves the stories about Elric, and finds escape from the everyday world in them.
* “ Valóság and Élet ” in Sandman: Book of Dreams ( 1996, edited by Neil Gaiman and Edward E. Kramer )
* White Wolf: Ill Met In Lankhmar ( 1995 ; books 1 and 2, with a new introduction by Michael Moorcock and Fritz Leiber's " Fafhrd and Me "), Lean Times in Lankhmar ( 1996 ; books 3 and 4, with a new introduction by Karl Edward Wagner ), Return to Lankhmar ( 1997 ; books 5 and 6, with a new introduction by Neil Gaiman ), and Farewell to Lankhmar ( 1998 ; book 7 ; the hardcover edition omits the final seven chapters of " The Curse of the Smalls and the Stars ")
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Often dismissed as an unreliable tradition, it has been studied with attention by modern scholars, in particular Neil Christie, who see in it a possible record of a formal invitation by the Byzantine state to settle in northern Italy as foederati, to help protect the region against the Franks, an arrangement that may have been disowned by Justin II after Narses ' removal.
Most biographers blame Lerner's professional decline on the lack of a strong director with whom Lerner could collaborate, as Neil Simon did with Mike Nichols or Stephen Sondheim with Harold Prince ( Moss Hart, who had directed My Fair Lady, died shortly after Camelot opened ).
In particular, the successful entrapment of Graham Riddick and David Tredinnick in the " cash for questions " scandal, the contemporaneous misconduct as ministers by Neil Hamilton ( who lost a consequent libel action against The Guardian ), Tim Smith, and the convictions of former Cabinet member Jonathan Aitken and former party deputy chairman Jeffrey Archer for perjury in two separate cases leading to custodial sentences damaged the Conservatives ' public reputation.
Neil is the younger brother of Split Enz founding member Tim Finn, who joined Crowded House in 1990 on vocals, guitars and keyboards for the album Woodface.
In their book The Fourth Turning, William Strauss and Neil Howe write of 1996 Presidential candidate Bob Dole as " not a person who could grok values in the now-dominant Boomer tongue ".
Celebrity hearse enthusiasts include rock singer Neil Young and two-time NASCAR Nextel Cup Champion Tony Stewart, who had his hearse customised for a television show.
Schmitt is also the only geologist as well as the only person to have walked on the Moon who was never a member of the United States Armed Forces, although he is not the first civilian, since Neil Armstrong left military service prior to his landing in 1969.
Initially successful, the colonists were driven out by local forces commanded by Murdoch and Neil MacLeod, who based their forces on Bearasaigh in Loch Ròg.
Although Tim Smith stepped down from the House of Commons at the 1997 General Election, both Neil Hamilton and Jonathan Aitken sought re-election for their seats, and were both defeated, in Hamilton's case by the former BBC Reporter Martin Bell, who stood as an anti-sleaze candidate, both the Labour and LibDem candidates withdrawing in his favour, amidst further publicity unfavourable to the Conservatives.
A 2000 tour in which David Allan Coe performed as an opening act for Kid Rock was the subject of criticism from journalist Neil Strauss, who alleged that Coe's songs were racist.
Authors William Strauss and Neil Howe, well known for their generational theory, define the Lost Generation as the cohorts born from 1883 to 1900, who came of age during World War I and the roaring twenties.
The group was founded by bass guitarist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee, who were later joined by lead guitarist Mick Mars and lead singer Vince Neil.
Foot resigned days after the election and was succeeded as leader on 2 October by Neil Kinnock, who had been tipped from the outset to be Labour's choice of new leader.
Other artists who have claimed Roxy Music as an influence include Steve Jones and Paul Cook of The Sex Pistols, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Cars, Grace Jones, Kate Bush, Adam Ant, The Human League, Japan, Duran Duran, Simple Minds, ABC, Spandau Ballet, The Fixx, Depeche Mode, Men Without Hats, Nile Rodgers, Annie Lennox, Morrissey, Jarvis Cocker and Neil Hannon.
Some team members stay at the pyramid while Jackson, O ' Neil, and others go out and discover a mining village inhabited by humans who, when they see Jackson's medallion, assume them to be gods sent by Ra.
* Kurt Russell as Colonel Jack O ' Neil, an Airman who suffers a period of suicidal depression after his son accidentally shot and killed himself with O ' Neil's own pistol.
Their offense was led by quarterback Neil O ' Donnell, who completed 246 out of 416 passes for 2, 970 yards and 17 touchdowns, with only 7 interceptions.
The film was known as The Soldier's Wife for much of the production, but Stanley Kubrick, who was a friend of Neil Jordan, counselled against the title saying that audiences would expect a war film.
Another early article source ( May 15, 1985 ) is a column by Neil Morgan, a San Diego Evening Tribune writer who wrote: " Forrest Shumway, chairman of The Signal Cos., doesn't make predictions.
" James Cuno, President and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust, along with Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum, are two of the most outspoken museum professionals who support encyclopedic museums.
Sergeant Neil Howie receives an anonymous letter requesting his presence on Summerisle, a remote Hebridean island famed for its popular and unusually abundant fruit produce, to take the case of a young girl named Rowan Morrison, who has been missing for a number of months.
The founding director of CBS News, Paul White, for whom the top award given by the broadcast news directors organization Radio Television Digital News Association ( RTDNA ) is named, Kent Cooper, who later became the longtime GM of rival Associated Press, early ABC News president Elmer Lower, Raymond Clapper, originator of the term " smoked-filled room ", Merriman Smith, Helen Thomas, Marie Colvin, Martha Gellhorn, Kate Webb, Henry Tilton Gorrell, Seymour Hersh, Lucien Carr, Neil Sheehan, Brit Hume, Keith Olbermann, New York Times columnists Thomas Friedman and Gail Collins, Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen, sportswriter and Untouchables co-author Oscar Fraley, author H. Allen Smith, military author Joe Galloway, Saigon evacuation photographer Hubert van Es, photographer Stan Stearns, 1970s White House photographer David Hume Kennerly, White House spokesmen George Reedy, Ron Nessen and Larry Speakes, longtime Las Vegas bureau manager Myram Borders, onetime CIA Director Richard Helms, who interviewed Adolf Hitler for United Press during the 1936 Olympics, diplomat Edward M. Korry, former UP correspondent to Moscow Eugene Lyons, C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb, ex-Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton, 1980's-90's Singapore President Wee Kim Wee and novelists Allen Drury, Tony Hillerman and Daniel Silva.
His plays were produced in New York by Herbert Machiz, who was involved from 1953 until 1969 with the art work dealer John Bernard Myers to engage, at that time, little-known young artists to design the stage sets, e. g. Paul Georges, Neil Peter Jampolis and others.