New York's Comic Con might not be quite the juggernaut that San Diego's is, but 2014 looks to be its biggest year yet. A limited number of tickets for the sold-out event are hitting comic book retailers next week, and along with their tickets, fans can get a special New York Super Week card.
Back in November of 2012, it looked like an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods was heading to HBO, but things have changed a bit with the potential series now in the works at Starz with "Hannibal" creator Bryan Fuller co-writing the pilot.
We learned last year that Joseph Gordon-Levitt was in talks to produce, star in and direct a feature film adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman for Warner Bros., and now a writer has joined him on the project. Read on, comic lovers!
We told you back in November that actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt was in talks for Warner Bros.' adaptation of Neil Gaiman's comic series The Sandman. Today it sounds as if he is ready to produce, direct, and star. Read on for details.
It's been a while since we've heard anything about Warner Bros' adaptation of Neil Gaiman's comic series The Sandman. In fact, it's been a couple years. But if recently revealed rumors are true, a big name is vying for the lead role, and the film is finally headed out of the dream world and into reality.
San Diego Comic-Con 2013: Day Four (July 21st) Light on Horror but Includes Supernatural, Under the Dome, The Skin Trade, and a Few Others
Two weeks from now SDCC 2013 will be winding down; are there enough horror offerings to entice attendees back to the show for Day 4 (July 21)? With "Supernatural" kicking things off bright and early, we say, "YES!"
There was a time when the SDCC really was all about comics, and the cover to this year's Souvenir Book celebrating Neil Gaiman's The Sandman is a sweet reminder of that fact.
And the news just keeps on rolling in. Next up for you cats who sit there and giggle as a new story appears on the site every friggin' five minutes is word of a new adaptation rolling in for the latest tale from Neil Gaiman, The Ocean at the End of the Lane.
Originally Disney’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed 2008 kids' novel The Graveyard Book was being developed as a stop-motion project to be directed by Henry Selick. Unfortunately that didn't pan out, but there's still life in the old tombstone garden!
Alrighty, kids, there's a good reason to keep your subscription to HBO up and running as Neil Gaiman announced today via Twitter that he’s developing “American Gods” as an HBO series and is currently working on a pilot. Hooray! Something to look forward to other than "Game of Thrones."
Sometimes it just feels right to go home again. Such was the case today when Neil Gaiman announced he'd be returning to the world of The Sandman for a 2013 miniseries.
Neil Gaiman is definitely one of the more popular writers among the Dread Central crew so, even though the story might be geared toward the younger crowd, we're all still pretty stoked to hear that his Newberry Medal-winning The Graveyard Book is heading to the big screen.
We've been talking about a big screen adaptation of Eric Powell's The Good for what feels like forever. Every couple of months or so a new update comes our way, and it's never good news. So what's up? We'll let Powell himself clear all that up for you.
It's been a long while since last we heard anything of David Fincher's take on Dark Horse Entertainment's The Goon, but since his latest flick, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, is ready to be unleashed, the visionary director is making the rounds and offering updates on both that and Black Hole.