Knowing where the first season of American Gods ends, its a good thing Starz is giving the series another season.
This September, Titan Comics will produce a special, oversized hardcover art edition presenting Charles Vess’ original work in a glorious 10 x 15 dimension so fans can enjoy the legendary collection from a modern master in an all-new way.
Starz has announced we will all be able to watch the live action adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods on April 30th.
If you’ve read Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, you know how great it is, and how rich the world described in the book is. While I’m sure the television series will do its best, perhaps a comic book adaptation will give you a better visual reference for those parts your mind didn’t fill in. Dark Horse has announced that it is doing that comic book adaptation in 2017.
Rand Bellavia, of Ookla the Mok fame, returns for another trip down memory lane to look at 40 years of his favorite comics in this months’s Random Access Memory.
PRESS RELEASE: Today, the gods shined down on Comic-Con fans as STARZ released the first live action trailer of “American Gods” during the series’ debut Comic-Con panel. Also, making a very special appearance was Kristin Chenoweth who graced the stage as it was announced she will star in the role of Easter. Once known as Ostara, goddess of spring, Easter still embraces the jelly beans and chocolate bunnies associated with the holiday that bears her name, in an effort to stay relevant.
PRESS RELEASE: Dark Horse is excited to announce Neil Gaiman (Sandman) is returning to one of his darkly complicated short stories in Neil Gaiman’s Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Secret House of the Night of Dread Desire. Originally published as a short story in Gaiman’s collection Fragile Things, Forbidden Brides has been adapted by Shane Oakley into a stunning hardcover graphic novel. Gaiman’s most recent graphic novel, How to Talk to Girls at Parties, debuted at number three on the New York Times bestseller list.
PRESS RELEASE: Starz and FremantleMedia North America (FMNA) began production this week on the 10-episode first season of “American Gods,” the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel. Shooting has commenced in Toronto, Canada and will continue in additional locations across America.