For those of you who might remember, Marvel in 1989 produced a Neuromancer graphic novel. Thanks to the generosity of Anton Rauben Weiss, curator of the William Gibson Aleph, the graphic novel--though not legible--is available in its entirety here.
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|And 27 more hiding and/or disguised|
I've found one copy available from a retailer in Colorado. I'll purchase it, then pass it around like a bottle of whiskey among the remaining erstwhile saiba-panku until hopefully, one day, someone in their right or wrong mind will send its shrivelled, tattered, fluid-soaked remains to the author himself, care of his most recent publisher.
Just remember kiddies, a graphical redux does not a novel make--or some b.s. like that. Better to read the original manuscript than pull a 451--unless, of course you're reading it for the purest joy of being a Gibsonite.
(Edited by Grim at 5:17 am on Oct. 9, 2005)