Neil Gaiman
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Eliot, then Chopin: Investigating 'The Sandman: Preludes & Nocturnes'
23 May 2013 // 11:00 PM

Before Sandman, huh? Well that must mean there's at least a Sandman before, Before Sandman. So let's start at the beginning…


They Killed John Henry but They Won't Kill Me
5 Aug 2009 // 4:00 PM

In these days of economic turmoil, massive job losses, and corporate profiteering, you'd expect to hear more rewritings of the John Henry legend.


A Tale of Gods and Men in 'Miracleman #2'
24 Sep 2015 // 1:00 AM

The Miracle Family shines its light on mankind in Neil Gaiman's new Miracleman comic book.

Violence, Glee, Phantasmagoria: Gaiman's 'Neverwhere'
20 Sep 2015 // 8:10 PM

Readers familiar with Neil Gaiman’s dreamscapes will find new corners of Neverwhere in this new edition of the author’s seminal first novel.


CONTEST: Neil Gaiman's New Book: 'The Ocean at the End of the Lane'
16 Jun 2013 // 10:00 PM

Today we awarded Neil Gaiman's new book 'The Ocean at the End of the Lane' a 9 of 10 rating and now we're giving you the chance to win a copy.

Neil Gaiman Reads New Short Story At The Sydney Opera House
25 Aug 2010 // 1:05 AM

Earlier this month, award-winning author Neil Gaiman contributed a short story, to Harper Perennial's recent Fifty-Two Stories experiment, Neil Gaiman contributed a short story, The


Captain Comics: Neil Gaiman’s Finale to ‘Graveyard Book’ a Grabber
23 Oct 2014 // 7:10 AM

Neil Gaiman constantly surprises, and he’s done it again with The Graveyard Book Volume 2, the wrap-up of the novel’s adaptation to comics.

Neil Gaiman's year of trials and triumphs
27 Jan 2010 // 4:00 AM

LOS ANGELES — Neil Gaiman knows that the best stories must be both bitter and sweet — he is, after all, the author of "The Graveyard Book,"

//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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