Originally a kids book episode, we quickly forget that idea and break into a little Walking Dead comic action about the Whisperers. They seem like a lovely bunch of people… We discuss Mr. Neil Gaiman, and clear up what constitutes a children’s book. Pages also tries to figure out how a whole town misplaced some kids to a Piper and gets into a Lore-esque style podcast where documentaries are made about superheroes as if they were real.
We, like always in a timely fashion, chat about our “Pages Reads:” book of the month for October. Smith chose aptly themed book The Haunting of Hill House, by Shirley Jackson. Chalk this up to dating, or poor dialog, but we sort of had mixed feelings about this one.
A footnote for The Haunting of Hill House, if you decide to read this, is the beginning of the book Read more “Spooky Sleepover”
The Dreamweaver Casts His Sands
So a while ago I got mentally hooked on Neil Gaiman. If nothing more than for substance, I was hooked on the idea of Neil.
He’s weird. He writes cool ass stories. He’s the sort of weird I want to be, but I don’t know how to be. He is the man who is not afraid to write stories that capture the imagination of the old books and twist them. Read more “The Sandman”