Feb 28, 2020
In Neil Gaiman
The Lucifer and stuff in hell was always my favorite throughout the series. I even loved the Mike Carry Lucifer series where I think for the first half of the run, he was almost out Gaiman-ing Gaiman. Another great series you two could go through. Swamp Thing first though. I don't think it would be incorrect to say that I lot of people (and by people, I mean all the denizens of the universe) witnesses Lucifer's fall from Heaven. If we go by other such example, the precession of the wake, Lucifer's battle with the Tarot, etc. They all literally played out across the heavens/sky where they could be witnessed. I also don’t think you interpreted Choronzon’s line correctly. He says, “As the challenged, I choose the battlefield. I assert reality.” I don’t think that is meant to be read as reality is the battlefield he has chosen and there are other planes of existance that I didn’t. I think it is meant to read as, “I get to choose the battlefield so I get to be the one to assert what reality is… and I am going to make reality be a cheesy nightclub.” I want to talk about Lucifer’s parting words as Dream walks away, but it is in light of what happens at the beginning of Season of Mists, so I’ll have to wait.
Feb 25, 2020
In Neil Gaiman
Alrighty, I don’t know where the twitter follow came from, but spot on targeting and timing. I’m so in a place that I need to get a dive into Gaiman’s Sandman. I was wondering if you guys, one of you a researcher as you mentioned, have read the Sandman Annotated Editions? I am a little ashamed to admit that I own them all, but only read a few pages into the first one when it was first released. Now they just sit on my shelf looking cool. Anyway, I figured if you are doing a dive into the comic that having Neil’s thoughts on them would be a big help.