"Oh dear god," is what Neil Gaiman had to say when retweeting a link to watch the second episode of Sarcastic Voyage's The Adventures of Neil and Alan, a new puppet show series that makes something of an odd couple out of two of the comic book medium's most celebrated (and most English) writers. Gaiman's response is pretty good-natured, and I suspect it has a lot to do with how cheerful the series itself is. Though the main jokes stem from Alan Moore's dismay over Before Watchmen and Gaiman's Suicide Girl-infused fanbase, the effect is cute rather than crude. You can sample the series by catching its second installment after the cut.
[Via Neil Gaiman, Thanks to CA Reader Chris P. for the tip!]
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