Kristin Chenoweth stole the show at the #SDCC ’16 American Gods panel, announcing she would join the cast. The panel also premiered the first trailer for the series, see it here!
Starz unveils two of their big panels for SDCC
§ Webcomic of the day: “Your lack Friend” by Ben Passmore. Just read it. It’s an excerpt of a longer work that will be sold at MICE in Boston, Ripexpo in Providence and NOCAZ Fest in New Orleans, and available online from .Radiator Comics. § This kept coming into my inbox: a Spidey Zine […]
Respect Films new documentary following Neil Gaiman’s life and work and Ocean at the End of the Lane tour is called Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously. The movie was made over the last few years with NEil’s cooperation. Director Patrick Meaney also made the Image Revolution, Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts and Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods […]
It’s that time of year again… DC announces their Fall trade titles! So… there’s a lot of everything here… Bombshells, Batman, Fight Club Suicide Squad, Supergirl and Arrow and Flash, Wonder Woman, LOTS of Neil Gaiman, Absolutes and Deluxe editions and boxed sets and omnibuses, stuff for kids, a Watchmen coloring book, and lots of […]
Ricky Whittle will star as Shadow, the ex-con with a penchant for coin tricks who is recruited as a bodyguard by the enigmatic Mr. Wednesday as he travels the country on business of truly epic proportions, in the Starz TV adaption of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods.
The Comics Beat’s staff votes on the best Comic Books and Graphic Novels of the year.
Dark Horse is expanding its series of comics adaptations of short stories by Neil Gaiman with two new titles in 2016.
Gabriel Moon and Fabio Bá will adapt “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” and Colleen Doran does “Troll Bridge”. Dark Horse will also re-release Creatures of the Night and The Facts in the Case of the Departure of Miss Finch, which were previously adapted by Michael Zulli.
The renowned YouTube personality looks into the role Shakespeare plays in the Vertigo series.
On November 9, 2016, Junot Díaz conversed with Neil Gaiman in celebration of the publication of The Sandman: Overture, at Congregation Beth Elohim. Gaiman discusses Overture as well as the entire history of Sandman for ninety minutes! There are a lot of amazing revelations. You don’t have to watch this… you can just listen while […]