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Neil Gaiman, fantasy writer extraordinaire

Neil Gaiman Doodles Dalek!

“Neil Gaiman”: does that name ring any bells with you? Of course it does. Not only is he one of the best literary talents around at the moment, creating wonderful comic books such as the Sandman series, 2007’s Stardust and 2005 novel Anansi Boys, but he is also the writer of the extremely clever and very touching 2011 Doctor Who episode The Doctor’s Wife.

Fans of his may become excited to learn that a doodle he has drawn, featuring not only the Sandman character but also a mouse dreaming of its conflict over a Dalek, is available to bid on at eBay.

The drawing, signed by Gaiman himself, is currently on online auction for roughly $800 although that can increase at any time and since there are already over 20 bids on the lot, there’s bound to be a lot more!

This splendid piece of artwork, drawn on a 9.5” by 8” card, will not only make a fine spot on the winner’s wall but will also help raise money for the NF Network, which is a registered charity created to help individuals and families affected by neurofibromatosis, that effects thousands each year. 100% of the sale price will go this very worthy cause.

So if you have the expendable cash, or are feeling generous, or simply just need this unique Neil Gaiman item, then head over to eBay and type “Neil Gaiman Original Doodle #2” into the search engine. Or you might also use a handy weblink to the auction.

Good luck to everyone who bids!


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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