Neil Gaiman opens a mysterious padlocked Good Omens box on Twitter

By November 26, 2020Authors, Literature, News

Neil Gaiman co-wrote Good Omens with the late great Terry Pratchett, and published in 1990 and it has continued to be popular with readers all over the world.

After the success of the television series in 2019 starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen, the Pratchett Estate joined Neil Gaiman in polishing up the texts for rerelease. Various editions suitable for all budgets were published including a very exclusive, price-provided-on-demand, ‘celestial edition’.

One of the ultimate-fan copies went straight to Neil himself, and he live-tweeted his unboxing of the gift yesterday, starting with an ominous box locked with a padlock…

Neil slowly revealed each part to the gift, including so many layers of exclusive content- illustrations, curiosities, and memorabilia from the successful Amazon TV series.

Get ready for an emotional and amazing unboxing below.

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