2017 may very well be the year of American Gods. Not only will Starz debut showrunner Bryan Fuller’s TV series sometime next year, but Dark Horse Comics will also release a comic book version of Neil Gaiman’s popular fantasy novel. Now, how awesome is that?
Go behind adapting Neil Gaiman's short story "How to Talk to Girls at Parties" with Eisner Award-winning brothers Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá, who also talk about more Casanova: Acedia and the third volume of Umbrella Academy.
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.
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.
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.
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?