Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere: new TV series in development

Louisa Mellor News Sep 22, 2015

The Hunger Games' Francis Lawrence is linked to a new Neverwhere TV series, adapted from Neil Gaiman and Lenny Henry's original...

Amanda Palmer interview: music, marriage, Taylor Swift, Neil Gaiman

Dana Schwartz Interview Sep 24, 2015

Amanda Palmer chats to us about her music, fame, family, controversy and Shaun The Sheep...

American Gods: David Slade joins as director and exec producer

Rob Leane News Sep 11, 2015

American Gods – the Neil Gaiman TV adaptation helmed by Bryan Fuller for Starz – has added another Hannibal alum, David Slade…

American Gods: Dwayne Johnson "would have been perfect" for Shadow says Neil Gaiman

Louisa Mellor News Jul 6, 2015

"If he hadn't become huge" Dwayne Johnson "would have been perfect" as American Gods' Shadow, says Neil Gaiman...

Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD review

Andrew Blair Review Jul 7, 2015

Grant Morrison, Neil Gaiman, Pat Mills and John Wagner are amongst the talking heads in the first full documentary about the mighty 2000AD.

American Gods: Neil Gaiman confirmed to script episodes

Rob Leane News Jun 29, 2015

Neil Gaiman will give the American Gods TV show the ultimate blessing, by penning episodes himself, Bryan Fuller has revealed…

American Gods: first concept art appears online

Rob Leane News Jun 18, 2015

Following the news that Neil Gaiman's American Gods is finally coming to TV, here's some concept art...

Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: TV adaptation greenlit

Rob Leane News Jun 17, 2015

Neil Gaiman's American Gods is finally making it to the small screen - an adaptation from Starz has now been greenlit...

Sandman: Joseph Gordon-Levitt's update on the film

Simon Brew News Jun 8, 2015

Joseph Gordon-Levitt reveals one of Neil Gaiman's rules for the Sandman film, and explains the current state of the movie...

Lucifer: Neil Gaiman reacts to petition against TV show

Rob Leane News Jun 1, 2015

Lucifer, a comic book version, is set to get his own TV series. A petition against it has appeared, and now Neil Gaiman has waded in.