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Head into the world of Neil Gaiman's American Gods with mind-bending first trailer

Not content to ride the buzz from Ash vs. Evil Dead, Starz also came to San Diego Comic-Con armed with the first footage from the ambitious Neil Gaiman adaptation American Gods. Want to see?

Neil Gaiman's InterWorld to be adapted for TV by Hamilton producers

Neil Gaiman is without a doubt one of the greatest fantasy writers of all time, and it’s no wonder that so many of his stories have been adapted in one way or another for various media. The latest? His YA novel co-written with Michael Reaves, InterWorld.

Here's our first look at Technical Boy in Bryan Fuller's American Gods

Neil Gaiman’s seminal fantasy novel American Gods is coming to our TV screens next year thanks to co-creators Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, but until then, we have a first look at modern deity Technical Boy.

Neil Gaiman's next project is an ambitious, nonfiction retelling of Norse mythology

He’s never been shy about his love for all things Norse mythology, and now geek icon Neil Gaiman has announced his next project — a nonfiction, “almost novelistic” retelling on actual Norse mythology titled, you guessed it, Norse Mythology.

Here's the first trailer for new documentary Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously

A documentary about iconic fantasy author Neil Gaiman will be available in a little more than a month, and the first trailer has been released.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt leaves Sandman film adaptation over creative differences

Just when it looked like things had finally gotten on track for Neil Gaiman’s Sandman to finally reach the big screen, the troubled production goes and loses its star and director. Will this movie ever get made?

Bryan Fuller's American Gods has found its Shadow Moon

After an extensive search, Starz's upcoming TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods has found its Shadow Moon.

Meet Tom Ellis' devilishly charming fallen angel in new Lucifer promo

A new promo for Fox's highly anticipated new supernatural series Lucifer has been released.

Neil Gaiman looking to bring Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast to the big screen

Titus Groan and Steerspike may finally be heading to the big screen thanks to Neil Gaiman.