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American Gods come to Comic-Con (video)

Starz’ adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods made a splash at Comic-Con with casting announcements and a new trailer.

Shadow Moon’s release from prison following the death of his wife is the start of a mysterious journey in which he meets Ian McShane’s mysterious Mr Wednesday… At the panel, Kristin Chenoworth’s casting as Easter was revealed, and Neil Gaiman noted that it was looking “more and more likely” he’ll be writing a sequel to the original novel.

The series will debut in 2017.


“I’ll take your heart. We’ll need it later,” and she reached her hand deep inside his chest, and she pulled it out with something ruby and pulsing held between her sharp fingernails.

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Good Omens Review

I know I’ve been away for far longer than I should, but I’ve not been well and had classes to attend. Now I’m back with a review of a book that I pushed to the side years ago like a dummy: Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. 368 more words


The Graveyard Book

Gaiman, N., & McKean, D. (2008). The graveyard book. New York: HarperCollins Pub.

Interest Level: 5-8

Reading Level: 5.1

Newbery Medal, 2009

I love to explore cemeteries. 342 more words

Middle Grades

At eight years old, reclining blissfully on a couch made for reading marathons, I let the world dissolve into the hair-raising plot twists of Alvin Schwartz’s More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. 860 more words

Responses To Their Words

American Gods (2017) - A Book Readers Breakdown of The Trailer

I genuinely try not to buy into the hype concerning the release of a trailer, let alone a very early teaser like this. But I’ve watched this one close to twenty times today now. 869 more words


American Gods Comic-Con Trailer

Following their panel at San Diego Comic-Con, STARZ and FremantleMedia North America have released the first trailer for their upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s American Gods. 259 more words

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