Only 24 Hours Left to Get Neil Gaiman Rarities from Humble Bundle, Benefiting CBLDF!


The team-up between Humble Bundle and international bestselling author Neil Gaiman has been breaking records, but this amazing offer can’t last forever — there are only 24 hours left to pay what you want for these amazing rarities and support charity!

The Humble Book Bundle Neil Gaiman Rarities offers some of Gaiman’s rarest and most sought after works available digitally for the first time ever. The works featured here range from books published early in Gaiman’s career turned collector’s item, never collected works from anthologies, barely published books with small prints runs, or never published at all. This includes short stories, essays, comics, music biography, poems, teleplays, prose fiction, and even lyrics and speeches. If it’s in this bundle, chances are you’ve never read it.

Last week, the following titles were added to an already spectacular collection for anyone who contributes more than the average for the bundle:

  • Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess’ A Fall of Stardust (new Stardust short story and poems illustrated by Charles Vess)
  • Blood Monster with Marlene O’Connor
  • Sculpture Stories with Lisa Snellings

Customers can name their price for Adventures in the Dream Trade (essays, poems, lyrics, and original AMERICAN GODS blog), Gods & Tulips (controversial 1993 speech, an essay on running signings, and a speech on comics), Free Speeches (speeches by Neil, Frank Miller, and others), Being An Account of the Life and Death of the Emperor Heliogabolous (24 hour comic, written & drawn by Neil Gaiman), and Angels & Visitations (first collection of prose fiction, nonfiction, and poetry).

Customers who pay $15 or more will receive all of the above plus Duran Duran (never before republished, rare debut book), Manuscript In A Milk Bottle (never before reprinted short story with brand new intro), Love, Fishie (poems by Neil & Maddy Gaiman, limited edition of 100), and A Little Gold Book of Ghastly Stuff (out of print and collectible book of short fiction, essays, and poems — many never before reprinted).

Excerpt from Feeders and Eaters

Excerpt from “True Things,” a tale about Alan Moore from Feeders & Eaters.

Those who pay more than the average price will also receive the three new titles in addition to Ghastly Beyond Belief (Neil’s rare & never republished second book of oddball quotes), Day of the Dead (fully annotated Babylon 5 script), An Honest Answer & Other Stories (collaboration with Bryan Talbot and Dave McKean), Feeders & Eaters & Other Stories (collaborations with Mark Buckingham, including a comic about Alan Moore), Sweeney Todd & Other Stories (Neil’s lost, unfinished, never republished graphic novel with Michael Zulli), Neil Dreams (short comics of dreams, by and about Neil done by & with Rick Veitch), and the two controversial UK comics anthologies Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament, and Seven Deadly Sins, which also feature contributions from Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, Dave McKean, Bryan Talbot and more!

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As with all Humble Bundles, customers can choose how their purchase dollars are allocated, between the publisher and charity. Humble Comics Bundle: Neil Gaiman Rarities supports the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and The Moth Education Program. All of Neil Gaiman’s personal proceeds from this bundle will benefit The Gaiman Foundation, a private foundation that funds free speech, education, and civil rights charities.

Humble Comics Bundle: Neil Gaiman Rarities runs for only one more day! The offer ends Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 11 a.m. Pacific time, so get yours now!

About Humble Bundle
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Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is a non-profit organization that protects the freedom to read comics through legal action and education initiatives in support of the readers, creators, librarians, retailers, publishers, and educators of comics.

About the Moth Education Program
The Moth Education Program builds communities of storytellers and story audiences through workshops, performances and innovative resources for young people and educators.