by Matt Baume Neil Gaiman reads from his works this Sun, April 2, at Benaroya Hall. Jessica Stein Neil Gaiman is looking forward to seeing Seattle again. "It's always been one of my favorite places," said the author by phone, retreating into a back garden so he wouldn't disturb his wife, musician Amanda Palmer. Show More Summary
From Neil Gaiman to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, these are the hottest fiction and non-fiction titles of the week The post The Maclean’s Bestsellers list: Week of Mar. 26 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
“‘Name the different kinds of people,’ said Miss Lupescu. ‘Now.’ Bod thought for a moment. ‘The living,’ he said. ‘Er. The dead.’ He stopped. Then, ‘… Cats?’ he offered, uncertainly.” - Neil Gaiman, The Graveyard Book
The Starz TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's bestselling novel, wherein Gods of Old (think the God of Evil) and New (Technology) battle for America, is fiiiiinally coming to our screens on April 30th. We recently saw the trailer, and now a series of promotional posters are upping the excitement ante.
Bryan Fuller’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods is almost here. As we get closer to the series premiere, images from the show are starting to come out. Fuller tweeted out some fantastic-looking character […] The post These Character Photos for American Gods Are so Cool appeared first on Geek.com.
As previously reported, Brian Fuller and Neil Gaiman’s adaptation of Gaiman’s original work, American Gods is finally coming to television on April 30th. Other than a trailer and some info leaked around the net, there hasn’t been too much information released on the various characters (Gods… we mean Gods) who are going to be making […]
The pilot for the upcoming Starz series raises provocative questions about worship and divinity. Neil Gaiman begins his novel American Gods with an epigraph from Richard Dorson’s “A Theory for American Folklore.” In it, Dorson asks what happens to demonic beings of one culture when its people immigrate to another. Show More Summary
We are a little over one month away from the premiere of Starz's AMERICAN GODS TV series. The series, based on the novel by Neil Gaiman, is created by HANNIBAL's Bryan Fuller, and the first season's 8-episode run will begin April 30th! Today we have a series of badass character posters to share with you guys. Show More Summary
In hardcover:Patricia Briggs' Silence Fallen debuts at number 2.Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology is down one position, ending the week at number 3. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.Anne Bishop's Etched in Bone debutsShow More Summary
Neil Gaiman fans will worship American Gods, but newcomers might be praying for more substance amid so much style. The post REVIEW: American Gods Delivers Blood, Brooding & An Indecent Proposal appeared first on CBR.
Neil Gaiman and J.D. Vance continue their reigns atop our fiction and non-fiction charts The post The Maclean’s Bestsellers list: Week of Feb. 21 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Neil Gaiman soars to the top of the fiction bestsellers list, while J.D. Vance's still timely 'Hillbilly Elegy' breaks through to take the non-fiction crown The post The Maclean’s Bestsellers list: Week of Feb. 14 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
In hardcover:Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology maintains its position at number 2. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.Chuck Wendig's Empire’s End: Aftermath is down eight positions, ending the week at number 11.In paperback:Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid’s Tale maintains its position at number 10 (trade paperback). Show More Summary
JOSEPH BOTTUM: Neil Gaiman’s Dream of Blood. The word gospel occurs only once in Shakespeare—and that, as a participle, when Macbeth sneers at the hesitating murderers and asks, “Are you so gospel’d” that you would hesitate to strike down Banquo and his son? The brilliant literary critic Paul Cantor suggests we pay careful attention whenever […]
When Neil Gaiman's American Gods comes to television, viewers will be introduced to many new faces - here's what you need to know about them. The post Breaking Down the American Gods Trailer’s Tease of Deities Old and New appeared first on CBR.
NEIL GAIMAN has long had a fascination with what Americans worship. In 2011, upon the 10th anniversary of his Hugo- and Nebula-winning novel “American Gods,” we sat at Washington’s National Press Club to talk about his updated work. Gaiman noted how the nation’s capital was littered with so many tall monuments to men — right down […]
(Gore) An ex-convict with a mysterious past finds himself in the middle of a war between the gods from ancient mythology and America’s new and wildly popular gods. Starz’ serial adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s excellent novel premieres 4/30/17.
Upcoming Starz series American Gods is slated to premiere next month. The show is based on Neil Gaiman’s popular book of the same name, centering around an epic clash between old gods and new ones in the modern day. Accordingly, here we showcase the first official trailer for the new series, starring Ricky Whittle as […]
Bryan Fuller's TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods/a really compelling reason to get Starz is almost upon us, and this first full trailer is everything we could've asked for it to be. If you're still sad about Hannibal's cancellation...Show More Summary
The upcoming TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s 2001 novel American Gods is hitting the small screen soon, and today Starz unveiled a bloody, terrific new trailer that sets up an all-out war between old gods and new ones