Neil Gaiman wrote this poem for his daughter Maddy back when she was a toddler.
John Cameron Mitchell will direct an adaptation of "How To Talk To Girls At Parties."
"The Sandman: Overture Deluxe Edition" will be released November 11th in comic shops and November 17th in bookstores. Review by Chris Rosales Bookshots: Pumping new life into the corpse of the book review Title: The Sandman: Overture Deluxe Edition Who wrote it? Neil Gaiman, but we shouldn’t fail to mention the amazing artwork by J.H. Show More Summary
Every writer has been there: Staring down a blank page, struggling to write anything that feels right, cursing writer's block for impeding progress. But according to author Neil Gaiman, writer's block does not exist. "I don't really believe in writer's block, but I absolutely believe in getting stuck," Gaiman told HuffPost Live on Monday. Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman's night had been going according to plan. The world-famous comics and fantasy author had just finished a lengthy, somber, occasionally wry onstage conversation about his new graphic novel, Sandman: Overture. He and interviewer Junot Díaz had spoken eloquently about all the work Gaiman's done on the Sandman comics... More »
A great story takes time, and Neil Gaiman’s Sandman fans have been waiting a long time to find out the answer to one of the biggest questions in this universe: what led to the imprisonment of Dream? Now, almost 27...
FOX has released a poster for their upcoming show “Lucifer“, the series based on the Vertigo comic created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg, and it’s rather uninspired. It shows the main character Lucifer Morningstar (played by Tom Ellis) standing in front of a neon sign that says his name. Oh, but the […]
The Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel aims to be "as detailed and integrated as the Marvel Universe is," teases co-showrunner Bryan Fuller.
Neil Gaiman wrote this piece for a BBC Radio documentary that focuses on Orpheus.
New details are emerging about the upcoming Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods,” as Bryan Fuller spoke recently about what fans can expect from the series. In an interview with Crave, Fuller spoke a little about the overarching direction of the series, saying: “Potentially what we’re...
Johnny Depp, Edgar Wright, and Bret McKenzie intend to create a live-action/animation hybrid movie.
Gaiman's words are going to be front-and-center in an adaptation of his short stories entitled Likely Stories. The minds behind this adaptation have said that it will be a four-part series, and will star an ensemble cast across each of the four episodes.
Good news for all the Neil Gaiman fans out there–a new, four-part television series called Neil Gaiman’s Likely Stories is set to begin filming in November. The series will focus on a selection of Gaiman’s short stories and feature a singular ensemble cast throughout. This should whet everyone’s appetite for the long-awaited television adaptation of […]
UK satellite channel Sky Arts is airing the series, called "Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories", which will chronicle four of the author's shorts.
One of fantasy’s biggest names is getting an anthology television series. Sky Arts will be airing Neil Gaiman’s Likely Stories, with production beginning at the end of November. Read more...
A collection of Neil Gaiman’s short stories are being adapted for a four-part television series which will air on UK satellite channel Sky Arts.
We're launching the new paperback edition of "Information Doesn't Want to Be Free, my book of practical advice and theory for artists trying to make sense of the net (it features intros by Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer, too!) at Santa Monica's Diesel Books. (more…)
It’s a trio of awesomeness. News by Raine Winters Some of you may remember the recent hubbub over author Neil Gaiman’s television adaptation of American Gods. Well, now there’s something for his pint-sized fans to get excited about, because his epic children’s book, Fortunately, the Milk, is getting the big screen treatment, reports Nerdist. Show More Summary
Sure, Neil Gaiman has written quality fantasy fiction (Anansi Boys) and comics (Sandman), but he's at his very best when writing for a young audience. Gaiman is at the height of his powers when writing for children, as evidenced in Coraline, The Graveyard Book, and more recently, Fortunately, the Milk. Show More Summary