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Neil Gaiman’s Goodbye to The Sandman Ends Exactly the Way It Should

The end of the universe is nigh. The domino that starts existence rapidly spinning towards oblivion is a long-ago crime-of-the-heart by The King of All Imagination. Now the pain is rippling outwards and threatening billions of innocent lives and there’s only one perfectly way to save it all. Read more...

5-STAR REVIEW: Gaiman & Williams' "The Sandman: Overture" #6 is Exquisite

Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III's "The Sandman: Overture" #6 "is a celebration of the series... as well as a thoroughly enjoyable new chapter."

Batman’s Greatest Villain

Who’s Bats’ greatest enemy? The Joker? Jason Todd? Himself? Dorkly imagines a much simpler answer that exposes Bruce for the insane and spoiled brat that he is. The funniest thing about this is that Neil Gaiman already made this jok...

First look: As ‘Sandman: Overture’ plays its last, Gaiman is eager to share the end of a Dream

NEIL GAIMAN has, at last, arrived at the end of his Sandman beginnings.The sixth and final issue of “The Sandman: Overture,” the bimonthly series from Vertigo Comics that provides an early look at such Sandman characters as MorpheusShow More Summary

Netflix For The Arts: New Samsung Gear VR App Aims To Make Virtual Access To Museums Mainstream

Video Ever heard of a startup with Neil Gaiman as a board member, and with Kevin Spacey as creative advisor? I did. And it will soon hit your favoured virtual reality headset, starting from the Samsung Gear VR. At the IFA in Berlin, I got the chance to test its first product: [...]

Good Omen T-Shirt

Fans of Neil Gaiman will enjoy some heavenly delight with this Good Omen T-Shirt, and you can feel like an angel yourself because a portion of the proceeds goes to the Alzheimer’s Association. Inspired by Good Omens, written by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, artist Sean Phillips created an awesome image of Gaiman as the […]

Phone Call from Paul: new literary podcast from Paul Holdengraber, with Neil Gaiman

6 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Paul Holdengraber, host of the New York Public Library's legendary literary interview series, has started a new podcast called "A phone call from Paul," which he has inaugurated with a two-part interview with Neil Gaiman. I've heardShow More Summary


The 1993 Vertigo crossover by Neil Gaiman gets collected -- and adds a new story.

‘Weaveworld’ TV Series Coming to The CW Courtesy of Clive Barker

last weekHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

A lot of interesting novels are making their way to television these days. Stephen King’s It is getting another run, as is The Stand and (hopefully) The Dark Tower. We’re also going to get a chance to see Neil Gaiman’s American Gods get a television adaptation. So it’s time for Clive Barker to get in […]

Duran Duran, Neil Gaiman, and Beginnings

last weekGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

I’m both a friend and fan of Neil Gaiman, and a former music critic. So for years I’ve known about, but had never seen, Neil’s very first published book, the 1984 quickie biography of Duran Duran, arguably the biggest band to emerge from the first era of MTV (“You know! Back when they actually played music!” the 80s […]

How Neil Gaiman, the everything artist, does a birth announcement

Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman have welcomed what could potentially be the most magical child on the planet.

Francis Lawrence to Produce TV Adaptation of ‘Neverwhere’

last weekArts / Writing : LitReactor

Please make Gaiman fans proud! News by Raine Winters With The Hunger Games film saga coming to an end, director Francis Lawrence must be ravenous for a new project—and he might’ve found it in the television adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s...Show More Summary

Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere Is Becoming A TV Show, Get the Details

Neil Gaiman is a popular man in Hollywood these days. His novel American Gods is on track over at Starz, while Joseph Gordon-Levitt is still working toward getting Sandman on screen. Now he has another property looking at becoming a TV series.Click To Continue Reading

Francis Lawrence Directing Neil Gaiman ‘Neverwhere’ Adaptation for TV

The Hunger Games has been good to director Francis Lawrence. His career was set in a new, more firm direction by the success of the second film in the franchise, and he’s soon to see the release of his third Hunger Games movie, and the final movie in the film series. Show More Summary

Francis Lawrence To Produce & Direct ‘Neverwhere’ & ‘House of Thieves’ Series Projects Financed By Mark Gordon Co.

Mark Gordon has teamed with Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence and Lawrence’s long-time producing partner and manager Erwin Stoff for two drama series projects, Neverwhere, an adaptation of fantasy writer Neil Gaiman's BBC miniseries and subsequent novel; and House of Thieves, based on the just-released mystery novel by Charles Belfoure. Show More Summary

More inexpensive ebook goodies!

For a limited time, you can download Unnatural Creatures: Stories Selected by Neil Gaiman for only 1.99$ here.Here's the blurb:Unnatural Creatures is a collection of short stories about the fantastical things that exist only in our minds—collected...Show More Summary

Gaiman's "How to Talk to Girls at Parties" Lands Film Adaptation Starring Fanning, Kidman

The film adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Hugo Award-nominated short story kicks off production this November and stars Fanning, Kidman and Alex Sharp.

A24 Learns How to Talk to Girls at Parties

John Cameron Mitchell is directing the Neil Gaiman adaptation The post A24 Learns How to Talk to Girls at Parties appeared first on

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