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First look at John Hamm as Archangel Gabriel in Amazon's Good Omens

Being a fan of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, it is a bit unfortunate that I haven't yet read GOOD OMENS, a collaboration between the two. But I might remedy that fact soon, as the new Amazon show based on it looks like it's going to be a hoot. The story concerns " the birth of the son of Satan, the coming of the End Times. There are attempts by the angel Aziraphale...
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12.01.2017
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Bryan Fuller and Michael Green exit as showrunners of American Gods

A little over a year ago, Bryan Fuller was asked to step down as showrunner of Star Trek: Discovery due to CBS' frustration with the development on the series falling well behind schedule, not to mention clashes over the creative direction and the budget. Bryan Fuller was also simultaneously developing American Gods for Starz during this time, and he soon devoted his full attention...
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11.29.2017
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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Brave, Friday The 13th, Star Wars

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the kick-ass...
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10.14.2017
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Jon Hamm cast as Archangel Gabriel in Good Omens

Oh heavens! So it seems Amazon Prime's adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's GOOD OMENS magnum opus is charging full-steam ahead, unabated! In fact, casting is still underway, with Jon Hamm  cast as the Archangel Gabriel, joining Michael Sheen and David Tennant as Aziraphale  and Crowley, respectively. Unfortunately I haven't read the...
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10.02.2017
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First look at Michael Sheen and David Tennant in Good Omens

Unlike a lot of authors, Neil Gaiman has actually had some pretty successful adaptations of his work, such as STARDUST and the recent STARZ series AMERICAN GODS. Sure, it's true, he's also had his ups-and-downs (including a still-unproduced SANDMAN adaptation), and he's been less adapted than some other writers, but his track record isn't too shabby. This bodes well for Amazon's...
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09.18.2017
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Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories premieres exclusively on Shudder!

It's no secret that I'm a big fan of Neil Gaiman (hell, I wrote an entire column about how much I loved SANDMAN ). I've also enjoyed AMERICAN GODS - as well as the TV adaptation - not to mention GOOD OMENS, MARVEL 1602, and many, many others. Thing is, what makes Gaiman great is he has a dark, dry wit, his knack for intriguing and flawed characters, and his genuine love...
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08.29.2017
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C'mon Hollywood: Make Sandman into a TV show already!

THE SANDMAN is one of the seminal comic-book stories of all time. Written by Neil Gaiman , the series - about the adventures of Morpheus, the eponymous "Sandman" and personification of "Dreams" - explored the deep intricacies of mythology, themes of love and loss, and the art of storytelling itself. And through it all, it’s also full of great,...
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08.17.2017
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Cool Videos: Sandman fan-film that got Neil Gaiman's seal of approval

I've been catching up on the SANDMAN comics recently, and have fallen madly, deeply in love with them. But I'm not surprised, as I've loved author Neil Gaiman 's other works, such as AMERICAN GODS, STARDUST, NEVERWHERE, and even his MARVEL 1602 series. Not only that, but his adapted works - such as those of the aforementioned AMERICAN GODS and STARDUST - were also great...
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07.26.2017
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TV Review: American Gods - Season 1 Episode 6 "A Murder of Gods"

EPISODE 6: "A Murder of Gods" SYNOPSIS:  On the run after the New Gods’ show of force, Shadow and Mr. Wednesday seek safe haven with one of Mr. Wednesday’s oldest friends, Vulcan, God of the Fire and the Forge. REVIEW:  So far, American Gods has relied primarily on the source novels by author Neil Gaiman. Tonight's episode...
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06.05.2017
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Teasers released for Neil Gaiman's How to Talk to Girls at Parties film

So I've been watching AMERICAN GODS - based on Neil Gaiman 's novel of the same name - and it's pretty fucking amazing. Beautiful, surreal, well-acted, and with a great and interesting story. Sure, while there's still no SANDMAN, I'd argue Neil Gaiman has had a decent go at adaptations of his stories. I mean, STARDUST is also delightful, and while not perfect the...
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05.19.2017
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Praise the gods! American Gods gets second season order!

Now, there's always going to be apprehension when there's a film or TV adaptation of a book or graphic novel that you love. You grow attached to certain characters, scenes, lines, and there's always a twinge of disappointment when a character is cut out, combined with someone else, or when entire scenes, lines, subplots, and even motivations are changed - seemingly...
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05.11.2017
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STARZ's American Gods adaptation reveals more characters in new promos

Oh my Gods, AMERICAN GODS is almost here! Yay ! The adaptation of Neil Gaiman 's seminal novel from Bryan Fuller is now only a few days away, and STARZ is sharing a couple more promos showing off more characters in action. First up is Mr. Nancy, the fan favorite trickster Spider-God from Africa played by Orlando Jones . Let's take a look and see how he holds up:...
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04.27.2017
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