Caitlin R. Kiernan is, according to Neil Gaiman, “the poet and bard of the wasted and lost.” She’s one of the most respected, and amazing, writers of dark fiction out there, but she's nowhere near as well known as she deserves to be....Show More Summary
Steve Dillon was among those superlative U.K.-born storytellers who have incisively mined a fascination with American settings. And for that, we are especially all the richer. From Neil Gaiman to Bono, the United States has been graced with a post-Lennon generation of artists and writers creatively drawn to our shores, lured by both the bright, […]
We had a chance to talk to artist Colleen Doran at Dark Horse's NYCC booth this year about her illustrations for Troll Bridge, the comic book adaptation of an eerie Neil Gaiman story.
There was once a young man who wished to gain his Heart's Desire. - From Stardust: Being a Romance Within the Realms of Faerie by Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess
Topic: Books Penguin Galaxy, a hardcover collectible series of six sci-fi/fantasy classics, featuring a series introduction by Neil Gaiman. The books are: Stranger in a Strange Land Dune 2001: A Space Odyssey Neuromancer The Left Hand of Darkness The Once and Future King Tweet
Welcome to October’s NurtureStore Tween Book Club where we are reading and learning about Coraline by Neil Gaiman. How to join the Coraline book club discussion This post contains affiliate links. This month we’re reading the creepy novel Coraline by Neil Gaiman. Coraline finds another house, and parents, behind an old door in drawing room. Show More Summary
The release date has been set for May 2017.
Neil Gaiman's unblinking omelette, Joyce Carol Oates's thin-sliced defiance of grief, Marina Abramovic's meteoric antidote to doubt, and other existential edibles.
Neil Gaiman’s award winning novel, American Gods isn’t just coming to television next year – it’s getting the four-color comics and graphic novels treatment, too, courtesy of Dark Horse Comics. The adaptation is coming from legendary comics writer/artist P. Show More Summary
We've known for a while that Neil Gaiman's novel American Gods is coming to TV in 2017, as a series on the Starz network, but it turns out it's also coming to comics, as a Dark Horse series adapted by P. Craig Russell with art by Scott...Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman's novel will be adapted for comic books next year.
Neil Gaiman's acclaimed prose novel will arrive in comic book form even as it's making its way to television. The post Neil Gaiman’s American Gods Comes to Comics (Finally!) appeared first on CBR.com.
We’re all incredibly excited about Bryan Fuller’s TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods coming to Starz next year. We’re also excited about the American Gods comic book adaptation also coming in 2017, which Dark Horse announced earlier today—but we’re also kind of confused. Read more...
Inspired by Neil Gaiman's Coraline and Laika's movie version, this Coraline wedding inspiration shoot takes on the color palette and tone beautifully. Think a Victorian venue, vibrant tablescapes, and lush floral decor. It's our Coraline dream wedding!
Troll Bridge Writer: Neil Gaiman Artist: Colleen Doran Letters: Todd Klein Publisher: Dark Horse Comics A review by Stephanie Pouliotte The post Neil Gaiman’s Troll Bridge Illustrated by Colleen Doran: Advanced Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
I’m giving 2:1 odds on the perverse Lucille Ball scene. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
There’s already a ton of stuff in Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods for showrunner Bryan Fuller’s TV adaptation to cover, but now we know the series is going to start delving into less-explored areas of the book’s world of deities — especially, it seems, the mysterious Mad Sweeney. More »
In Neil Gaiman's award-winning novel, American Gods, a fictitious god named Wednesday bemoans the capricious nature of American worship: "This is a bad land for gods... the old gods are ignored. The new gods are as quickly taken up as...Show More Summary
The air date has been scheduled for December 2016.
BBC Two has ordered revenge thriller Paula from playwright/filmmaker Conor McPherson. Denise Gough (Jimmy's Hall, Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories) will star with Victoria's Tom Hughes in the three-part drama. This is McPherson's first original TV series. Show More Summary