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Neil Gaiman vs. the Bully: 'Nobody kicks sand on <i>this</i> Sandman'

There's been a lot written over the past couple of days about Minnesota House Majority Leader Matt Dean's churlish, and childish, criticism of Neil Gaiman for accepting $45,000 from the state's Legacy Fund to speak a year ago at a library. (Dean called the author a “pencil-necked little weasel who stole $45,000 from the state of Minnesota,” but has since apologized, at his mother's urging, for the name-calling.)

However, my favorite take on the kerfuffle is this webcomic by cartoonist Evil Wylie. Titled "Neil vs. The Bully," it parodies the old Charles Atlas comic-book ads while also depicting Neil Gaiman and Matt Dean in swim trunks. Check out the full comic at EvilReads.

(via GalleyCat)

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