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Neil Gaiman Hints at the Talk Around Jeff Bezos's Campfire
New York Times (blog)
Two of the attendees this year, as in past years, are Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer, who are married. Ms. Palmer, best known as a musician, has written “The Art of Asking: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help,” due out in November.

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Neil Gaiman, George R.R. Martin and "Weird Al" Yankovic Read Banned Comics
One guy who's occasionally found his "mature readers" titles on lists of banned titles is award-winning, best-selling writer Neil Gaiman, who is of course now widely regarded as one of the greatest living graphic novelists (in addition to being a best ...

Den Of Geek

The upcoming adaptations of Neil Gaiman's work
Den Of Geek
A bumper harvest of Neil Gaiman-penned projects are currently in development, and due to arrive on the big and small screen and elsewhere in the next few years. From movie projects such as The Sandman, to the long-anticipated TV adaptation of American ...

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Lucifer TV Series Will Follow Neil Gaiman's Devil To Los Angeles
Deadline is reporting that the version of Lucifer introduce in Neil Gaiman's Sandman books has inspired his own TV series. The new show will no doubt be pulling from the already highly engaging DC Vertigo comic spinoff Lucifer (and sharing a title).
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Neil Gaiman American Gods TV Spoilers: A Vagina Will Eat a Man on Your ...
The TV adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel American Gods is moving forward. A new interview with writer and showrunner Bryan Fuller reveals what we can expect from the new show set to premiere on Starz. While Neil Gaiman wrote the pilot while the ...

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