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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
Now available digitally for the first time is 100 Words, a unique collaboration between comic book superstars Neil Gaiman and Jim Lee. Originally created in 2010 for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund's Liberty Comics anthology, 100 Words is a poem about death written by Gaiman with pencil-and-whiteout illustrations by Lee. The piece can be purchased for $0.99 in the DC Comics app from comiXology, w
Anyone who read our piece on Underground sales skyrocketing after the comic was bootlegged on 4chan will not be surprised by Neil Gaiman's revelation in this interview with Open Rights Group. Everyone else, hang on to your seats, because he thinks piracy may help increase sales.
Gaiman explains it this way:
"You're not losing sales by getting stuff out there. When I do a big t
As part of his ongoing quest to be king of all media, Neil Gaiman revealed on Twitter that he's currently recording an upcoming guest appearance on The Simpsons. As his Twitpic reveals, a huge portion of The Simpsons budget seems to be going towards cree
Neil Gaiman has achieved a nearly unrivaled level of stardom for a comics creator, although some of that fame is derived not just from his work on Sandman, but his novels, children's books, and screenwriting for film and television. Nonetheless, he passes the rather rigorous mom test of mainstream re
The concept of fan-made films based on comic books was once a thing of novelty, but the advent of YouTube has propelled the phenomenon into a matter of course, with many projects achieving creative legitimacy in their own rights
ComicsAlliance writers Laura Hudson, Chris Sims, Caleb Goellner, Andy Khouri, David Brothers, David Uzumeri, and Chris Murphy sit down for a roundtable discussion about the newly released Action Comics #894 by Paul Cornell and