Tatsuo Horiuchi, 77, creates lovely landscape paintings using the color graphing features of Excel. As William Gibson said, "The street finds its own uses for things."
The author of “Einstein,” “Steve Jobs,” and, most recently, “Leonardo da Vinci,” has a weakness for cyberpunk dating to the 1980s: William Gibson, Bruce Sterling, Neal Stephenson.
I gave away or lost my paperback copy of Gibson's superlative 1988 novel, Mona Lisa Overdrive. The Kindle edition is on sale today for just $1.99, so I bought it and am looking forward to re-reading it. If you haven't yet read it, I'm envious of the treat in store for you.
Didn’t get the reference? The A.V. Club is here to help, picking apart the network of literary references and allusions that make up the ambitious alternate-future reality of Blade Runner 2049. The cyberpunk novelist William Gibson once praised the original Blade Runner’s intoxicating mix of quotations and designs as… Read more...
For years, fans of William Gibson's iconic science fiction novel Neuromancer have patiently waited as multiple attempts at making a film adaptation have come and gone. Well, now there's another one, and it has the director of Deadpool attached. More »
Tim Miller and X-Men producer Simon Kinberg will team up to bring William Gibson's cyberpunk novel Neuromancer to the silver screen. The post Deadpool’s Miller, Kinberg to Collaborate on Neuromancer Film appeared first on CBR.
The 1984 classic cyberpunk novel has won multiple awards The post Deadpool Director Tim Miller to Take on William Gibson’s Neuromancer appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Author William Gibson‘s 1984 science fiction novel Neuromancer predicted many elements of our modern technology-fueled society, coining the term “cyberspace” and pioneering ideas about artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, virtual reality, and more well before those concepts were as ubiquitous as they are today. Show More Summary
Simon Kingberg will produce this adaptation of Gibson's prophetic 1984 novel. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Deadline is reporting that William Gibson's Neuromancer is finally on track to the big screen after...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Back when Deadline revealed that Deadpool helmer Tim Miller had dropped out of the sequel of his hit movie over creative differences, Fox insiders said the studio would work hard to make sure that it found a major project for Miller and his VFX studio Blur to build from the ground up. Show More Summary
IDW's Archangel finale, illustrated by Wagner Reis and Tom Palmer, proves why William Gibson's voice is needed now more than ever. The post Archangel Successfully Brings William Gibson’s Cyberpunk to Comics appeared first on CBR.
A portion of a PC Gamer interview with Ari Gibson, animator and co-director of Team Cherry and William Pellen, designer and co-director of Team Cherry... Pellen: One of the earlier things we did was come up with the basic progression. Show More Summary
With pre-orders open for the graphic novel collecting William Gibson's amazing comic book Archangel, and a linked novel on the way that ties the 2016 election to the world of The Peripheral, William Gibson has conducted a fascinating interview with Vulture on the surge in popularity in dystopian literature. (more…)
“The future is already here – it’s just not very evenly distributed,” is an observation from William Gibson, the luminary science fiction author, that sums up many of the problems with widespread adoption of technological solutions. This is certainly true of shipping.
"This could be a case of consumers of a particular kind of pop culture trying to tell us something, alas. Seriously, what I find far more ominous is how seldom, today, we see the phrase 'the 22nd century.'"
The VP of an alternate reality radioactive America is about to nuke all of history as we know it! IDW's Archangel #5 by William Gibson & Wagner Reis. The post Archangel #5 appeared first on CBR.
William Gibson -- author of "Neuromancer" -- will explore a sunny, alternate reality.
William Gibson's 1984 novel Neuromancer is far from forgotten; the times seem almost uncannily like an interregnum between the world he wrote in and the world he wrote. But the 1988 video game adaptation is another matter. [via] Mark...Show More Summary
The hand-drawn animation studio Last Studio Standing just announced plans to adapt William Gibson's sci-fi story "Hinterlands" into a short film and a television series, with a potential second TV series that could spin off the first. More »