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Cerebus World Tour

Cerebus World Tour back

Dave Sim & Dave Sim, Gerhard

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Stephen

I think this is also out of print, and we took the last few copies. I'll ask Dave when we run out. (Again).

Like CEREBUS ZERO, these short stories never made it into the books; but unlike CEREBUS ZERO these never formed part of the series itself. In fact the duet with Chester Brown is completely new material unavailable anywhere else at all. The rest were new back-up strips in the ancient SWORDS OF CEREBUS, early reprint mini-collections of the earliest stories before trade paperbacks or graphic novels were even invented. Barry Windsor-Smith should, strictly speaking, be credited before the ampersand too, for the entire 'Cerebus Dreams' sequence is his alone.

But then Dave Sim should, strictly speaking, be credited before and after the ampersand on each of the graphic novels Gerhard worked on. Whatever. "By Dave Sim & Gerhard" is commonplace comicbook shorthand for both CEREBUS and barely surpassed quality.

Please take note: 'What Happened Between Issues Twenty And Twenty-One?' is just as vital to the story as the CEREBUS ZERO material.

Apropos I dunno, there are several other CEREBUS short stories that have yet to be reprinted anywhere at all: the 3-D short story set at the time of CHURCH & STATE, the jam piece with Will Eisner, the Elfquest slither of CEREBUS and of course the full-colour 'Young Cerebus' short stories published by Epic (an old Marvel imprint edited by Archie Goodwin) watercoloured by Gerhard. That's how the "Dave Sim & Gerhard" team first came about.

Apropos I dunno, there are several other CEREBUS short stories that have yet to be reprinted anywhere at all: the 3-D short story set at the time of CHURCH & STATE, the Elfquest slither of CEREBUS and of course the full-colour 'Young Cerebus' short stories published by Epic (an old Marvel imprint curated by Archie Goodwin) watercoloured by Gerhard. That's how the "Dave Sim & Gerhard" team first came about.

The 'Cerebus versus Spirit' piece with Will Eisner was reprinted in SPIRIT JAM over fifteen years ago. At the time of weblaunch we still have two copies in stock. They're perfectly decent but not in mint condition.
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