A Familiar Face Will Return for The Walking Dead's Season Finale, But Not Like You're Expecting

The Terminator revival casts another important star. The Russo Brothers hint at a familiar comics name drop for Steve Rogers in Avengers: Infinity War. One particular Legends of Tomorrow star is sticking around, despite last night’s finale. Plus, a new clip from The Flash’s return, and Mon-El gets his new supersuit on …

Read the First Issue of Dark Horse's Excellent American Gods Comic Right Here

Starz’s wonderful take on Neil Gaiman’s tale of modern day gods wasn’t the only great adaptation of American Gods we got recently. Dark Horse has been adapting the novel into comic form over the last year—and to celebrate its latest chapter beginning this week, you can read the first, not safe for work (NSFW) issue…

Starz CEO Says Neil Gaiman Will Be More Closely Involved With American Gods' Next Season

After the exit of showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green—as well as habitual scene-stealer Gillian Anderson—the future of American Gods is uncertain. But the man in charge of the Starz television network has just said the one thing that should help fans keep hope alive: American Gods author Neil Gaiman will be a…

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Conversations With God: How Chris Obi Deals With (Playing) Death on American Gods

Most times when we see the personification of death in fiction, it’s presented as a cold or grim persona. Not so for Anubis on the TV show adaptation of American Gods. Here, the Egyptian god of the afterlife is stoic but unexpectedly warm; he has a job to do, one that fills most people with dread, but he doesn’t seem…

Conversations with God: Orlando Jones on Being the Trickster Who Tells Hard Truths

One of the best things about the first season of American Gods was how its thematic ambitions came to life inside the cast’s stellar performances. Things often got weird and elliptical on the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s 2001 novel, but you couldn’t stop watching because of the excellent acting on display. Here’s how…

American Gods' Jesus Shows What Happens When a God Becomes Too Popular

When you first get into American Gods and begin to wrap your head around its central premise—that gods are real people who feed on human belief—there’s one god in particular who’s conspicuously missing from Neil Gaiman’s original book and most of the first season of Starz’s television adaptation: Jesus Christ.