Neil Gaiman has blogegd about a "remarkably photoshopped Russian magazine cover" where "[y]ou can see the line on the left where my real hair stops and an enlarged version begins." It's hilarious if you have any idea what he really looks like. Or even if you know what hair looks like outside of any universe created by Matt Groening. Gaiman concludes: "What puzzles me mostly is, my hair is weird enough anyway. Why make it weirder?" I think that because, though it's weird, it's not Russian-weird.