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Bryan Fuller's American Gods has found its Shadow Moon
Nathalie Caron

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
Nathalie Caron

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
Nathalie Caron

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

We could have had a Doctor Strange movie from Neil Gaiman and Guillermo Del Toro
Don Kaye

Two of our finest genre storytellers might have brought us the tale of the Sorcerer Supreme if things had gone a bit differently.

Bryan Fuller says American Gods will have a Marvel-style universe. With gods.
Nathalie Caron

Bryan Fuller has some Marvel-sized plans concerning his upcoming American Gods series.

Johnny Depp and Edgar Wright teaming up for Neil Gaiman adaptation
Don Kaye

Edgar Wright directing Johnny Depp in a movie based on a Neil Gaiman story? Sure, we'd watch that.

David Goyer offers an update on when Sandman might finally enter production
Trent Moore

It’s taken a while, but a film adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed Sandman comic series is finally on the way. So, when might this project actually make it in front of the camera?

Rare Neil Gaiman writing for sale until September 23
Carol Pinchefsky

You think you've read all of Neil Gaiman's work? Think again.

Rachel McAdams has an offer for Doctor Strange but really wants to play this DC character
Nathalie Caron

Rachel McAdams may yet nab the main female role in Marvel's Doctor Strange, but she'd really rather play this DC Comics superheroine instead.

Hugo winner Neil Gaiman coming back for Doctor Who S7
Trent Moore

The fantastic author Neil Gaiman, who penned last season's beloved Doctor Who episode "The Doctor's Wife," had so much fun he's coming back. Who fans, rejoice—Gaiman is hard at work on his return trip to the TARDIS.

Rumor of the Day: Before Watchmen brings Gaiman back to Sandman
Matthew Jackson

It's been 16 years since fantasy icon Neil Gaiman ended his landmark comic book series Sandman, but it remains required reading for every new comics fan. Reprints, special issues and spinoff series by other writers have kept the Sandman world alive, and word around the San Diego Comic-Con this week is that Gaiman might be returning to the story for the first time in nearly a decade.