Rise up– Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s hit novel is finally coming back.
By Amanda Steele Season 2 of American Gods is currently filming , and, while a lot of details about the upcoming season are unknown, one thing is for certain: the cast of the show has a great time together. During the SYFY Wire Live interview with the cast (and Neil Gaiman) it was clear that […]
by Amanda Steele While the fate of American Gods is still in the hands of the new gods of the creative team at Starz, fans can enjoy the American Gods pop-up at New York Comic Con. The pop-up is easy to find on the inner roadway of level 2. It’s also located next to the Starz pop-up for Outlander. […]
With Netflix series and a new comic, Dark Horse put spotlight on Way/Bá creation
Yes it is that time! Time for all things San Diego Comic Con to take over our minds and bodies! The Beat will be catching up with the best exclusives ver the next few days but here’s Dark horse’s offerings, all of which will be available at the Dark Horse booth (#2615) for all of SDCC […]
“America is a very sentimental country, but not a very sensitive one.”
Human civilization is structured on belief. When we’re on the streets, we place our faith in each person we cross not to not intentionally do us harm. When we watch the news, we put our trust in pundits and reporters to tell us the truth about the world beyond our eyes. When we make purchases […]
Anyone who’s read Neil Gaiman’s American Gods can tell you that there are a number of sex scenes where things get erotic in the most…innovative of ways. However, there’s one scene that stands tall above the rest. It features the old god Bilquis, a jinn who works as a prostitute in Los Angeles. One night she meets […]
Back in 2001, Neil Gaiman wrote a book called American Gods. It won some awards, inspired a sequel called Anansi Boys, a TV adaption will be coming out soon… oh, yes. They’re also doing a comic book adaption. You’d have thought as big as that novel was, there’d already be a comics adaption of it, but Dark […]
Next month see the debut of the comics adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: Shadows from Dark Horse, and yes there will be variants. P. Craig Russell is adapting the novel with Scott Hampton doing interiors and Glenn Fabry the regular cover artist.