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There were apparently limits to what you could take out of South Africa.
He sued "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane
for violation of copyright and non-payment of royalties in January, 2002. The case went to court in October 2002, when the seven-person federal jury in Wisconsin took three days to decide in favor of Gaiman, agreeing that McFarlane used Gaiman's created characters without permission or compensation. Gaiman was awarded $45,000 plus court costs.
Often titles his stories after song names, particularly ones by Lou Reed
, Joy Division, and Broadway standards.