Neil Gaiman is something of a cult figure to both comic book lovers and fiction and fantasy fiends as well. His “Sandman” fatasies enjoy one of the largest and most devoted followings of any comic, and his many other elegant stories and poems have graced everything from the official Matrix website to Tori Amos’ tour program.
Neil Gaiman will make his final stop on the Last Angel tour in Los Angeles on [ October 26th, 2000 ] . Though the event was originally scheduled for an evening at the Pacific Design Center, audience demands have moved Gaiman to the Writer’s Guild Theatre. Proceeds from the event, which will include dramatic readings by Gaiman from his poetry and prose, go to benefit the Comic Book Legal Defence Fund — an organization committed to protecting the First Amendment rights of the comics community.
Thanks to the venue change, additional seats are now available for $20. Ticketmaster is in charge of all sales. For more on the Fund, visit the [ the Comic Book Legal Defence Fund website. ]
Posted on October 14, 2000 in News by Stephanie Donnelly
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