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Neil Gaiman

  1. Shatner, Fillion, Nichols, Tennant, Gaiman, & More Set For BBC America’s Real History of Science Fiction

    Fangasm

    Holy crap those are some impressive names. But wait! There's more! 

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  2. Anansi Boys Coming To BBC As A Miniseries

    This Makes Sense

    Neil Gaiman's Anansi Boys, about the sons of the West African spider god, is going to be made into a BBC miniseries!  While a film adaptation has long been rumored and Gaiman even wrote a movie script for it, those plans fell apart at some point.  Given how well BBC adaptations usually go and that one of the film adaptations pitched to Gaiman involved changing the race of the main characters, this can probably be seen as a win-win!

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  3. American Gods Strides Out of Development Hell, Good Omens Staring Wistfully After It

    old gods do new jobs

    Two items for fans of Neil Gaiman stories about anthropomorphic personifications: Good Omens is not yet completely lost, and American Gods has a new production studio and looks to be getting a new lease on televised life.

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  4. Neil Gaiman Drops Some American Gods and Anansi Boys Adaptation News on His Blog, Also Reads Green Eggs and Ham

    We do like it, Neil Gaiman, we do like your Green Eggs and Ham

    Writer and all around interesting person Neil Gaiman's American Gods was optioned by HBO years ago for an adaptation, but Gaiman just dropped some updates about the show's prospects on his blog. He also read Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham because Neil Gaiman is a beautiful man.

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  5. Story Time: Neil Gaiman Reads Green Eggs and Ham to the Internet

    And All Was Right With the World

    Worldbuilders is a charitable campaign that seeks to incentivize geeks to donate to Heifer International by getting geek-friendly interests to donate prizes and time and also, clearly, videos of themselves reading beloved children's books. This is definitely a win-win scenario. Previously in Neil Gaiman

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  6. Joseph Gordon-Levitt Discusses The Potential Of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman

    My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

    We were surprised, but also kind of intrigued, when Joseph Gordon-Levitt announced he'd be working with David Goyer to bring Neil Gaiman's The Sandman to the big screen. But that was pretty much where we left it. Thankfully, someone thought to press Gordon-Levitt for a few details.

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  7. Neil Gaiman Has Some Thoughts On Strong Female Characters

    Wise Words

    BBC Radio recently did a special on Buffy the Vampire Slayer for the 10th anniversary of the Joss Whedon series airing in Britain. Naomi Alderman spoke with several people including Whedon and Neil Gaiman about the long-running series and discussed the...dun, dun DUN...strong female character.

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  8. David S. Goyer, Neil Gaiman and… Joseph Gordon-Levitt are Working on a Sandman Movie

    It is a gift!

    Hat tip to Comics Alliance, who win the prize for most appropriate top image.

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  9. The Mary Sue’s Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Books ‘n Stuff

    It is a gift!

    Book-lovers are probably the easiest people to buy gifts for, sci-fi geek ones doubly so. Does it have pages? Check. Are there aliens and/or lasers? Check. Holiday shopping complete. The Mary Sue is here to make that process even easier with this selection of fiction, nonfiction, comics, and calendars for the holiday season. Holiday Gift Guide: Book Edition, commence!

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  10. Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Norman Reedus Star In Too-Good-To-Be-True Casting Rumors

    Today is a Good Day For Someone Else To Die

    I'm almost sorry to tell you about these casting rumors. The inevitable choosing of different actors, however good they might be, will surely be met with a twinge of disappointment. Why do I say "inevitable"? Because Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Norman Reedus couldn't possibly be in the Sandman and The Crow movies, respectively. The universe just doesn't love us that much.

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