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review 2016-01-13 00:00
Shadow Show: Stories In Celebration of Ray Bradbury
Shadow Show: Stories In Celebration of Ray Bradbury - Joe Hill,Jason Ciaramella,Neil Gaiman Some very wonderful stories some fairly mundane, but it did make me want to explore more of Ray Bradbury.
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review 2015-09-04 19:33
Stories to Remember
Shadow Show: Stories In Celebration of Ray Bradbury - Joe Hill,Jason Ciaramella,Neil Gaiman

This graphic novel is a celebration and tribute to the writer Ray Bradbury.  There are comics here that are adaptations of his works and others that are inspired by his worlds, others still that explore a relationship with Bradbury himself.

 

Each one is a well written and drawn piece and taken together it is a very neat tribute to the famous author.  A few I've seen before in other collections, some that I actually heard read before seeing this new comic form, "The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury," by Neil Gaiman for example, which was very well done.

 

Those who are fans of Bradbury would be remiss to skip this graphic, check it out from the library, at least!

 

My favorites were the Gaiman story I mentioned, as well as Live Forever by Weller and Sexton, Altenmoor, Where the Dogs Dance by Castle and Gallant and Conjure by Hoffman, Weller, Castle and Evenhuis.

 

Though I've read very few things by Bradbury I got the sense from these artists and writers that Bradbury was a large influence on their creations as well.  The authors set out to pay tribute to Bradbury and I believe meet their goal.

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quote 2015-06-30 17:14
"Believe in one thing too much and you have no room for new ideas."
The Stories of Ray Bradbury - Ray Bradbury,Christopher Buckley

Joseph, The Next in Line by Ray Bradbury

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quote 2015-06-12 14:46
That's life for you. Someone always waiting for someone who never comes home. Always someone loving some thing more than that thing loves them. And after a while you want to destroy whatever that thing is, so it can't hurt you no more.
The Stories of Ray Bradbury - Ray Bradbury,Christopher Buckley

McDunn, The Fog Horn by Ray Bradbury

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quote 2015-05-29 19:38
"Can't you recognise the human in the inhuman?"
"I'd much rather recognise the inhuman in the human."
The Stories of Ray Bradbury - Ray Bradbury,Christopher Buckley

Father Peregrine and Father Stone, The Fire Balloons by Ray Bradbury

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