Neil Gaiman is an English author of fantasy, horror and science fiction novels, graphic novels, short stories, comic books, audiobooks and screenplays. He is best known for his Sandman comic book series. Gaiman became interested in comics when he saw an issue of Swamp Thing by Alan Moore at the Victoria Tube station in London. His literary influences include names such as C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Rudyard Kipling and many others.
Neil Gaiman became a published novelist in 1990, teaming up with Terry Pratchett to co-author Good Omens. His first published work was a Duran Duran biography in 1984. Below is a list of Neil Gaiman’s books (including his graphic novels) in order of when they were originally published (and in chronological order):
Publication Order of Sandman Graphic Novels
Publication Order of Sandman Collections
Publication Order of Sandman Non-Fiction Books
Publication Order of Miracleman Graphic Novels
Publication Order of Death Graphic Novels
Publication Order of Books Of Magic Graphic Novels
Publication Order of Spawn Graphic Novels
Publication Order of Batman Graphic Novels
Publication Order of InterWorld Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Standalone Novellas
Publication Order of Standalone Graphic Novels
Publication Order of Children’s Books
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Standalone Plays
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
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Notes: Book of Dreams is co-edited with Ed Kramer. The Sandman Companion was written by Hy Bender, based on Neil Gaiman’s work. The InterWorld series is co-authored with Michael Reaves. Good Omens is co-authored with Terry Pratchett. Noisy Outlaws, Unfriendly Blobs, and Some Other Things… also contains contributions from Jonathan Safran Foer, Nick Hornby and Jon Scieszka. Sweet Justice also contains contributions by Dan Abnett, Alan Grant, Andy Lanning, Mark Millar, Peter Millgan and Ian Rimmer. All Star Future Shocks is co-authored by Simon Furman, Alan Grant, Mark Millar, Peter Milligan and Grant Morrison. The play Murder Mysteries is co-authored with P. Craig Russell. A Walking Tour of the Shambles was co-authored with Gene Wolfe.
The anthology Ghastly Beyond Belief was edited with Kim Newman. The anthologies Temps and Euro Temps were co-edited by Alex Stewart. The Werde Book 1 was edited with Mary Gentle and Roz Kaveney. Now We Are Sick was edited with Stephen Jones.
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