American Gods Season 2 Will Explore What It Means to Live in the Age of Social Media and Surveillance States

Some of the most fascinating things about Starz’s adaptation of American Gods revolve around the major changes made in order to make the show feel contemporary. Neil Gaiman first penned the original novel back in 1999 when the world was a drastically different place—and heading into season two, the show is still…

Heaven and Hell Collide in Our First Behind-the-Scenes Look at Good Omens

We’ve seen little bits here and there of Amazon and the BBC’s adaptation of the beloved Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and the dearly missed Terry Pratchett. But while Comic-Con didn’t give us a trailer, it did let us peek behind the curtain to see the novel’s fantastical mishmash of Angels and Demons come to life, plus a…

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…

David Tennant Promises the Good Omens Show Is 'Faithful' to the Book

Adaptations can be a tricky thing—especially when the source material you’re working with is something like Good Omens. For anyone worried we’d be seeing a complete 180-degree turn from Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s vision, David Tennant is here to put your mind at ease. The apocalypse is still pretty funny.

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…

Sparks Fly Between Punk Boy and Alien Girl in the New Trailer for Neil Gaiman's How to Talk to Girls at Parties

Trippy scifi love story How to Talk to Girls at Parties—directed by John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch) and based on a short story by Neil Gaiman—doesn’t have a US release date yet, but this infectiously fun new UK trailer will make you hope it arrives sooner rather than later.

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