Dark Horse Comics has announced that Neil Gaiman’s retelling of the Snow White fairytale is getting the comic book adaptation by Colleen Doran.
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In January, Dark Horse Comics will release The Problem of Susan and Other Stories, a collection of Neil Gaiman’s short stories.
Neil Gaiman returns to one of his most popular creations as he handpicks a group of four authors to co-write a one-shot story which will carry into new titles under Vertigo’s Sandman Universe group. Is it a dream come true, or a nightmare in the making? Let’s find out in The Sandman Universe #1 from DC Vertigo.
As we quickly approach the August 8th release of The Sandman Universe #1, DC Vertigo sent us a first look at our return to the Dreaming.
Eisner Award-winning creator Mark Buckingham is adapting four of New York Times bestselling author Neil Gaiman’s prose short stories for the upcoming graphic novel anthology Likely Stories.
DC Entertainment announces the creation of The Sandman Universe, a new Vertigo line of comic books curated by Neil Gaiman, conjuring epic storytelling, immersing readers into the evolving world of the Dreaming.
A wise man once said, ‘Wherever you go, there you are.” For some, though, it’s…
Dark Horse Comics has announced it is adapting Neil Gaiman’s A Study in Emerald for…
Ahead of this year’s New York Comic Con, Dark Horse is thrilled to reveal more details about the next nine-issue story, American Gods: My Ainsel, which follows Shadow Moon and Mr. Wednesday as they continue their bizarre trans American road trip to recruit reinforcements for the imminent god war.
Dark Horse is proud to announce the release of a new deluxe hardcover edition of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed Lovecraftian tale.
Knowing where the first season of American Gods ends, its a good thing Starz is…
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.