Column by Kelly Thompson March 7, 2013
DC has hired Orson Scott Card to write a Superman story. Will you read it? Do you support creators with abhorrent personal beliefs? Why or why not? And where do you draw the line?
News by Dean Fetzer
Joe Wright, who’s done his fair share of book to movie adaptations, is being linked with the film version of ‘The Ocean at the End of the Lane’, Neil Gaiman’s latest.
Column by Rajan Khanna February 25, 2013
A look at Sherlock Holmes's more fantastical adventures.
News by Christopher Shultz
Two weeks after the project's announcement, Gaiman delivers twelve diverse tales.
News by Dean Fetzer February 6, 2013
The popular author is teaming up with the mobile phone giant to produce a reader-generated calendar ‘powered’ by social media.
From Page To Screen: Ron Howard to Direct ‘Graveyard Book’; David Fincher, ‘Gone Girl’; and James Franco, ‘American Tabloid’News by Dean Fetzer January 23, 2013
A flurry of new film adaptations: Neil Gaiman’s ‘Graveyard Book', Gillian Flynn’s ‘Gone Girl’, and James Ellroy’s ‘American Tabloid’.
Column by Kelly Thompson January 11, 2013
10 new comics to keep an eye out for in 2013!
News by Christopher Shultz December 20, 2012
As new hints at his highly anticipated seventh novel appear, Gaiman plans to disappear.
Column by Kelly Thompson December 6, 2012
A list of the best comics to give and receive this holiday season. There's something for just about everyone on this list-- even YOU.
From Page To Screen: Neil Gaiman Writes 'American Gods' Pilot and 'Under the Dome' Series Hits Next SummerNews by Dean Fetzer November 30, 2012
Neil Gaiman revealed he’s writing a pilot based on his novel 'American Gods,' while Stephen King’s 'Under The Dome' has been picked up for 13 episodes by CBS.
News by Christopher Shultz October 31, 2012
Halloween is here, and this spooky tale piles on the treats without any tricks.
Column by Rajan Khanna October 17, 2012
A primer for the uninitiated on Neil Gaiman and his fantastical body of work.
News by Benoît Lelièvre September 5, 2012
This year's winners of the famed Hugo Award were announced this week at the 70th World Science Fiction convention.
Column by Rajan Khanna August 14, 2012
Is there such a thing as a genre trap in fantasy fiction? Does great success lead to limitation? How exactly does one reinvent oneself in the genre world?
News by Kimberly Turner
A new Brooklyn-based bookstore is giving forgotten, out-of-print Sci-Fi books a second chance by tracking down their copyright holders and creating free or low-cost digital versions.
News by Kimberly Turner July 11, 2012
Bestselling author Neil Gaiman's next five books have been announced. Two involve pandas. Who doesn't love pandas?
News by Kimberly Turner May 31, 2012
Sandman author Neil Gaiman and comic book artist David Mack collaborate on a fan tattoo design to benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
Column by Rajan Khanna March 9, 2012
An introduction to the genre of Fantasy. Where do we draw the lines? And are those lines important? What constitutes good Fantasy? This post sets the stage and lays down a path for future columns.
Review by Karina Wilson March 6, 2012
David Hughes' updated version of 'Tales From Development Hell' is a must-read for movie industry insiders, outliers and wannabes.
Column by BH Shepherd February 17, 2012
As comics continue to accrue cultural currency, their occurrence in canonical conversations can only increase. These graphic novels are typically regarded as unimpeachable pinnacles of the form.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky November 8, 2011
Neil Gaiman gets animated with an appearance on "The Simpson's," the most accurate celebrity barometer known to man.
News by Rob Hart October 17, 2011
Acclaimed authors are signing their names to Occupy Writers, a website that pledges support to the Occupy Wall Street movement