There’s a new Good Omens trailer out, and it is packed full of fan favorite characters: not just Crowley and Aziraphale but the Horsemen, The Them, Anathema Device, Newton Pulsifer, and Dog. (We’re still waiting to see Benedict Cumberbatch as Lucifer, though.) Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to […]
Good Omens is always and ineffably one of my favorite books. It was my exposure to both Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, who remain two of my favorite authors (RIP Sir Terry). When I heard it was getting a proper onscreen adaptation, I was thrilled and filled with that crazy little thing called love. Read […]
The glorious thing about American Gods as a TV series is the space Bryan Fuller has to expand on some really good parts that flash by in the book. “Head Full of Snow” treats us to extended versions of some fan favorite scenes while moving Shadow’s story along. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in […]
The first episode of American Gods, titled ‘The Bone Orchard’, highlights the magic that happens when you take the unique narratives of Neil Gaiman and mix them with the artistic mind of Bryan Fuller. It’s absolutely amazing. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
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. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
With posthumous permission from the late Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman recently revealed that he is writing a six-part Good Omens miniseries. Gaiman and Pratchett made all decisions about Good Omens together, so when Pratchett sadly died last year, it seemed as though that the most recent adaptation – a six-part radio play courtesy of BBC Radio – […]
The casting roster for the upcoming American Gods tv series continues with two new characters cast, pulling the count up to three. On March 16 it was announced that Emily Browning, best remembered for her role as Baby Doll in Sucker Punch, had been cast in the series. According to Deadline, Browning has been cast as Laura Moon, […]
I love Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods, but I guess I’m a bad fan in that I haven’t read any of his other works. However, when I heard that Warner Brothers was hosting press roundtables for the new show Lucifer, which is [loosely] based on some of Neil Gaiman’s work, I figured ‘what the hell’ […]
I suspect that this post will be preaching to the choir — that a lot of visitors to this site have already read, or are at least aware of the joint collaboration by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. But if you are unfamiliar with the book Good Omens, then you’re in for a treat. The story […]
Neil Gaiman’s voice sounds like his writing. I suppose that’s not terribly surprising. Of course the man who puts words together with uncompromising directness, and yet imbues so many phrases with little conspiratorial smirks, would also speak plainly and with a dry sense of humor. But there is also something about the quality of his […]