With the Dark Horse Comics release of Evelyn, Evelyn (a graphic novel interpretation of the bizarre band project by Dresden Dolls singer Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley with art by Cynthia von Buhler) only days away, ComicsAlliance conducted a short interview with Amanda Palmer about the book, a blackly humorous modern fable about two conjoined twins. We've also got some exclusive art from Evelyn, Evelyn, which also features an afterword by Palmer's husban
Gaming: The official box art for Batman: Arkham City has surfaced. It's black and white and red all over.
Movies: Writer Darren Lemke (Jack the Giant Killer) will reportedly be scripting the Reel FX adaptation of Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson's Beasts of Burden.
TV: If you're light on July 4 plans, The Hub's Transformers marathon
TV: Fans will have to wait until at least 2013 to find out for sure, but HBO's plans for adapting Neil Gaiman's American Gods sound pretty legit -- like a $3-4 million budget per episode under Tom Hanks, legit.
Sci-Fi: Not every spinoff is sound,
A Minnesota legislator had a bit of a jocks-vs-goths meltdown this week when he declared best-selling comic book writer and novelist Neil Gaiman to be a "pencil-necked little weasel who stole $45,000" from the state in the form of a speaking fee (that the writer ultimately donated to charity). The remark came from House Major
Multimedia: An adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman may not be moving forward at this second, but according to DC's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, the project is still "awake."
Creators: Perry Bible
Journey Into the West is one of if not the most beloved novel of classic Chinese literature, and it has been adapted for screen, television and even comic books numerous times. Producer Zhang Jizhong h
As dedicated fans of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman, we were delighted this week when Vertigo announced plans to compile an additional edition of its prestigious Absolute Sandman line of deluxe reprints. On sale this November, volume five will collect the wayward Sandman tales Endless Nights and The Dream Hunters - both the prose version illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano as well as the