DC loses Batwoman creative team

DC’s ongoing Batwoman has, since the launch of the new 52, been a series worth following. The art of J.H. Williams III is a visual punch (the splash page has never looked so good) and the writing from W. Haden Blackman has kept the excitement of the unknown that Greg Rucka brought to the character […]

Posted on September 6, 2013 at 17:41 by Lincoln Eddy · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Neil Gaiman, Sandman have “one tale still untold”

Neil Gaiman’s Sandman is widely considered one of the best graphic stories ever told. Chronicling the saga of the Endless, it follows Morpheus, the incarnation of Dream, as he returns to his realm after a long absence, and the events that unfold because of that absence. Filling 10 (11, if you count Endless Nights) trades, […]

Posted on July 13, 2012 at 20:56 by Lincoln Eddy · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Disney to read The Graveyard Book

Neil Gaiman, as prolific of an author as he is, has had very mixed success at the theater. Coraline did well, an early 3D success, and Stardust found an audience as well. However, original project Mirrormask, while visually arresting, and trapped-in-uncanny-valley Beowulf left a lot to be desired. But now, with the optioning of a […]

Posted on April 27, 2012 at 18:05 by Lincoln Eddy · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Blightyvision — Doctor Who Series 6: Part 1 (Spoiler-free)

Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Arthur Darvill Written by Steven Moffat et al It’s been a roller-coaster year for Doctor Who so far.  The move to divide the series into two parts left a lot of people wondering if it was for plot reasons, actor convenience, or if it was an opening for the […]

Neil Gaiman’s American Gods coming to HBO

Neil Gaiman has made forays into the movie business in the past, from television series Neverwhere to movies like Coraline, Beowulf, Mirrormask and Stardust. Some have been good, others crippled by forces beyond his control. But it looks like one of his best known properties may be making it’s way to television, with a couple […]

Posted on April 17, 2011 at 10:45 by Lincoln Eddy · Permalink · One Comment
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Neil Gaiman’s Sandman + Supernatural‘s Eric Kripke = Gigantic mistake?

If you’re a fan of British author Neil Gaiman’s former monthly comics series Sandman and have always wanted to see a live-action version, then The Hollywood Reporter has news for you. Over at their Heat Vision blog, reporters Borys Kit and James Hibberd broke the exclusive news that Warner Bros. TV is “in the midst […]

Posted on September 1, 2010 at 23:34 by Trisha Lynn · Permalink · 5 Comments
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Strippable Cover: Mark Twain’s own words, World-wide book groups, and John Scalzi has gone officially bugnuts

So here we are, starting a new book feature here at GOA, henceforth to be known as Strippable Cover. For those of you unaware, a strippable book are those mass-markets you buy in the airport bathroom’s newstand that have the ‘If you purchased this book without a cover…’ warnings in the beginning. That’s enough exposition. […]

Posted on June 1, 2010 at 23:19 by Lincoln Eddy · Permalink · One Comment
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