When Neil Gaiman started writing the book almost twenty years ago, he had no idea that the diversity in American Gods would be such a controversial issue.
It’s 2017 and apparently it’s still controversial to have female characters who actually get to be people, something that absolutely boggles the minds of the women of American Gods.
Early November I flew to snowy Sweden to attend the 2nd edition of Comic Con Stockholm. On top of a great guest line-up, Comic Con Stockholm had a wide array of exhibitors and entertainment. Video games were a big focus on the convention floor with companies like EA, Bandai Namco and Playstation showcasing their latest […]
Last Saturday at Comic Con Stockholm, I had the pleasure of talking with Ricky Whittle about his new show American Gods.
There’s an American Gods comic scheduled to be released on March 15, 2017 and I couldn’t be more excited. Not only is Neil Gaiman’s popular 2001 novel about to become a TV show, but it’s about to get the comic book treatment as well. “There’s a tremendous amount of excitement, in my house and in the […]
It looks like American Gods has cast another deity. This time Jeremy Davies is Jesus in the upcoming STARZ series. American Gods has been knocking it out of the park with their casting. We’ve got Orlando Jones, Gillian Anderson, Emily Browning, Ian McShane, and Ricky Whittle. Holy crap, guys, look at that cast. But they aren’t […]
Several members of The Geekiary, including myself, attended SDCC this year, and while we had an amazing time, it wasn’t just our experiences that made Comic-Con 2016 great…so we feel it more than deserves it’s own PositiviTEA Tuesday post! The first PositiviTEA Tuesday shout-out from Comic-Con 2016 really must go to the Steven Universe presence. […]
San Diego Comic-Con is fast approaching, but apparently Starz isn’t waiting until the end of this week to give fans more American Gods updates. Today they released the first picture of Bilquis, and not surprisingly, it looks amazing! Yetide Badaki, who has appeared in such shows as Lost, Criminal Minds, NCIS: New Orleans and more, […]
With the way San Diego Comic-Con is shaping up, it appears that Bryan Fuller will be the king of the convention.