- n. A spacecraft designed to investigate the makeup of comets
“There are two reasons why the career of Bernard Jewry/Shane Fenton/Alvin Stardust is topical.”
“The Victorian visual motif found in "Stardust," "The Golden Compass" and "City of Lost Children" is a strong element of steampunk culture.”
“Stardust" is such a charming story; I think I've never encountered anyone who didn't like it.”
“Today, thanks to Quixotic, I became aware that "The Duke of Wellington Misplaces His Horse", a short story by the wonderful Susanna Clarke set in the world of Neil Gaiman's "Stardust", is available online.”
“Cinematically, he made a cameo in Stardust, and they have now given him two films to star in: Ghost Town, a more standardized romantic comedy, and The Invention of Lying, which was more in tune with his comic sensibilities.”
“Were the three ex husbands the Magi, Maria the Mary figure and the new husband Alvin Stardust?”
“And I think that the best way to enjoy Stardust is to either hear it read out loud, or to read it out loud.”
“Stardust is a magical story that seems to possess elements of every fairytale ever told.”
“Stardust is one of those stories: a story that feels like a fairy tale to be told and taught to children of all ages, everywhere, for generations to come.”
“Turn on the radio and its Alvin Stardust or the Bay City Rollers.”
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