Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch, by Neil Gaiman and the late Terry Pratchett, is one of the funniest books on our shelves, with sentences so light and airy they seem to fly off the page. The announcement of a six-epi…
“Starz loves c**k.”
Those were co-developer Bryan Fuller’s words as he explained the eye-popping abundance of full-frontal male nudity in the upcoming Starz series American Gods, based on Neil Gaiman’s 2001 novel.
The eight-episode first sea…
A humorous documentary about a writer who dies of Alzheimer’s? If anyone can pull this off, the BBC can.
Pratchett and Gaiman novel Good Omens to get a six-part television adaptation.
You think you’ve read all of Neil Gaiman’s work? Think again.
Jonathan Ross, a popular U.K. TV presenter, has withdrawn as host for the Hugo Awards. Here’s why.
Neil Gaiman, the author of the famed Sandman comic book, as well as such novels as Coraline, American Gods, and many, many others, became a writer of Doctor Who last year, with the episode “The Doctor’s Wife.” His second time around the TARDIS, the fabulously titled “Nightmare in Silver,” will be airing this Saturday on BBC/BBC America. In a conference call, Gaiman spoke about his love for the long-running British show…and how he put his own particular twist on the Doctor’s old enemy, the Cybermen.
I’ve been a Neil Gaiman fan for many years. I was the first person in the United States to own a copy of his novel, Neverwhere (I had actually bought it off of him after he had finished reading from it at a convention.) So when I say I have good news, I actually mean I have Gaimantastic news. Gaiman and DC Comics have announced that the author will be returning to The Sandman series he completed back in March 1996.