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In 1990, The Sandman creator Neil Gaiman teamed with Discworld author Terry Pratchett to publish Good Omens : The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch . The novel is a comedic look at the end of the world. Almost 30 years later, Gaiman says the book seems more prescient than ever before. Speaking to The Guardian , Gaiman recalls that while he and Pratchett were writing the book in the late 1980s, “We had to put a line in – I don’t even remember if it was me or Terry but I remember us talking about it – a line about how weird it is that Armageddon is happening when everybody is getting along so well, because I don’t think I’d ever in my life felt less close to Armageddon.”. T... Full story

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