From Indie Spinner Rack Issue #21: Part 2
|Alice Cooper: The Last Temptation|
Neil Gaiman and Michael Zulli (and Alice) are your guides for this exploration of fear. Unfortunately, it looks much better than it reads, and the original color version looks better than the recent b&w collection from Dark Horse.
Alice Cooper: The Last Temptation #1, 1994
Zulli and his the Puma Blues collaborator Stephen Murphy elevate the Teenage Mutant Ninja Tutles to an unthinkable new level. Call it the Turtle Blues and get it into your collection.Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #31-33, 1990
The Tundra Sketchbook series gives us a glimpse into Zulli's world. Includes some preliminary work from Sweeney Todd and an introduction by Neil Gaiman.Tundra Sketchbook Series #3, 1991
Another potentially great series from the early 90's that never came to fruition. Neil Gaiman and Zulli started to give us what promised to be a great story full of meat. All we saw was a Penny Dreadful preview and Chapter One. Enjoy what we got as it will probably never be completed.Sweeney Todd Penny Dreadful - Taboo #6, 1992
Sweeney Todd Chapter One - Taboo #7, 1992