The Lost Second Volume of the Neuromancer Comic #cyberpunk
In 1989, Epic Comics released the first volume of a Neuromancer graphic novel with a script by Tom Dehaven and art by Bruce Jensen.
The book was well-received (William Gibson himself liked the adaptation and wrote the introduction) but only one volume ever saw the light of day. It covered the first two chapters of the novel.
On the everything-Gibsonian fansite, William Gibson aleph, they included scans of the first 15 pages of Volume 2. This excerpt appeared in the 2004 collection, The Ultimate Cyberpunk, edited by cyberpunk OG, Pat Cadigan.
You can view all of the pages of Neuromancer Volume One here.
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