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Hero the Newmatic Man , and Teknophage , [55] and tie-ins. Although Gaiman's name appeared prominently as creator of the characters, he was not involved in writing any of the above-mentioned books. Asked why he likes comics more than other forms of storytelling, Gaiman said: "One of the joys of comics has always been the knowledge that it was, in many ways, untouched ground. It was virgin territory.

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When I was working on Sandman , I felt a lot of the time that I was actually picking up a machete and heading out into the jungle. I got to write in places and do things that nobody had ever done before. When I'm writing novels I'm painfully aware that I'm working in a medium that people have been writing absolutely jaw-droppingly brilliant things for, you know, three-four thousand years now. You know, you can go back.

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We have things like The Golden Ass. And you go, well, I don't know that I'm as good as that and that's two and a half thousand years old. But with comics I felt like — I can do stuff nobody has ever done. I can do stuff nobody has ever thought of. And I could and it was enormously fun. Gaiman wrote two series for Marvel Comics. Marvel was an eight-issue limited series published from November to June with art by Andy Kubert and Richard Isanove.

Williams III. Gaiman is overseeing The Sandman Universe , a line of comic books published by Vertigo. The line launched on 8 August In a collaboration with author Terry Pratchett , best known for his series of Discworld novels, Gaiman's first novel Good Omens was published in In Pratchett said that while the entire novel was a collaborative effort and most of the ideas could be credited to both of them, Pratchett did a larger portion of writing and editing if for no other reason than Gaiman's scheduled involvement with Sandman. The novelisation of Gaiman's teleplay for the BBC mini-series Neverwhere was his first solo novel.

The novel was released in tandem with the television series though it presents some notable differences from the television series. Gaiman has since revised the novel twice, the first time for an American audience unfamiliar with the London Underground , the second time because he felt unsatisfied with the original.


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In , first printings of his fantasy novel Stardust were released. The novel has been released both as a standard novel and in an illustrated text edition. American Gods became one of Gaiman's best-selling and multi-award-winning novels upon its release in Gaiman has not written a direct sequel to American Gods but he has revisited the characters. A glimpse at Shadow's travels in Europe is found in a short story which finds him in Scotland, applying the same concepts developed in American Gods to the story of Beowulf. The novel Anansi Boys deals with Anansi 'Mr.

Nancy' , tracing the relationship of his two sons, one semi-divine and the other an unassuming Englishman, as they explore their common heritage. In late , Gaiman released a new children's book, The Graveyard Book. It follows the adventures of a boy named Bod after his family is murdered and he is left to be brought up by a graveyard.

In September , Neil Gaiman announced that he had been working for some years on retellings of Norse mythology. Gaiman wrote the BBC dark fantasy television series Neverwhere. In addition, he wrote the localised English language script to the anime movie Princess Mononoke , based on a translation of the Japanese script. He cowrote the script for Robert Zemeckis 's Beowulf with Roger Avary , a collaboration that has proved productive for both writers.

He was the only person other than J. Michael Straczynski to write a Babylon 5 script in the last three seasons, contributing the season five episode " Day of the Dead ". Gaiman has also written at least three drafts of a screenplay adaptation of Nicholson Baker 's novel The Fermata for director Robert Zemeckis , [82] [83] although the project was stalled while Zemeckis made The Polar Express and the Gaiman- Roger Avary written Beowulf film.

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Several of Gaiman's original works have been optioned or greenlighted for film adaptation, most notably Stardust , which premiered in August and stars Charlie Cox , Robert De Niro , Michelle Pfeiffer and Claire Danes , directed by Matthew Vaughn. A stop-motion version of Coraline was released on 6 February , with Henry Selick directing and Dakota Fanning and Teri Hatcher in the leading voice-actor roles. In , Gaiman it was announced that after ten years in development, the feature film of Death: The High Cost of Living would finally begin production with a screenplay by Gaiman that he would direct for Warner Independent.

Don Murphy and Susan Montford are the producers, and Guillermo del Toro is the film's executive producer. Seeing Ear Theatre performed two of Gaiman's audio theatre plays, " Snow, Glass, Apples ", Gaiman's retelling of Snow White and " Murder Mysteries ", a story of heaven before the Fall in which the first crime is committed. Both audio plays were published in the collection Smoke and Mirrors in Gaiman wrote an episode of the long-running BBC science fiction series Doctor Who , broadcast in during Matt Smith 's second series as the Doctor.

In , it was announced that Gaiman would be writing the script to a new film version of Journey to the West. In , Starz greenlighted a series adaptation of Gaiman's novel American Gods.

framalcotaljo.tk Bryan Fuller and Michael Green wrote and showrun the series. In September , Gaiman and Terry Pratchett joined forces with BBC Radio 4 to make the first ever dramatisation of their co-penned novel Good Omens , which was broadcast in December in five half-hour episodes and culminated in an hour-long final apocalyptic showdown.

Gaiman frequently performs public readings from his stories and poetry, and has toured with his wife, musician Amanda Palmer. In some of these performances he has also sung songs, in "a novelist's version of singing", [] despite having "no kind of singing voice". In , Gaiman delivered a minute lecture for the Long Now Foundation entitled How Stories Last about the nature of storytelling and how stories persist in human culture.

In February , when Gaiman had completed writing American Gods , his publishers set up a promotional website featuring a weblog in which Gaiman described the day-to-day process of revising, publishing, and promoting the novel. After the novel was published, the website evolved into a more general Official Neil Gaiman Website. Gaiman generally posts to the blog describing the day-to-day process of being Neil Gaiman and writing, revising, publishing, or promoting whatever the current project is.

He also posts reader emails and answers questions, which gives him unusually direct and immediate interaction with fans.

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One of his answers on why he writes the blog is "because writing is, like death, a lonely business. To celebrate the seventh anniversary of the blog, the novel American Gods was provided free of charge online for a month. Gaiman is an active user of the social networking site Twitter with over 2. Gaiman is a dedicated user of fountain pens and has said that he writes the first draft of all his books with one. He started this practice with Stardust which he wrote in fountain pen in order to capture the feeling of the s. Gaiman has lived near Menomonie, Wisconsin , since Gaiman moved there to be close to the family of his then-wife, Mary McGrath, with whom he has three children.

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Gaiman is married to songwriter and performer Amanda Palmer , with whom he has an open marriage. One of Gaiman's most commented-upon friendships is with the musician Tori Amos , a Sandman fan who became friends with Gaiman after making a reference to "Neil and the Dream King" on her demo tape. He included her in turn as a character a talking tree in his novel Stardust. Neil says hi by the way" , [] "Space Dog" "Where's Neil when you need him? Have him read, 'Snow, Glass, Apples' where nothing is what it seems" , [] "Sweet Dreams" "You're forgetting to fly, darling, when you sleep" , [] and "Not Dying Today" "Neil is thrilled he can claim he's mammalian, 'but the bad news,' he said, 'girl you're a dandelion'".

Amos penned the introduction for his novel Death: the High Cost of Living , and posed for the cover. In , Gaiman was contracted by Todd McFarlane to write a single issue of Spawn , a popular title at the newly created Image Comics company. In issue No. Prior to this issue, Spawn was an assassin who worked for the government and came back as a reluctant agent of Hell but had no direction.

In Angela, a cruel and malicious angel, Gaiman introduced a character who threatened Spawn's existence, as well as providing a moral opposite. Cogliostro was introduced as a mentor character for exposition and instruction, providing guidance. Medieval Spawn introduced a history and precedent that not all Spawns were self-serving or evil, giving additional character development to Malebolgia , the demon that creates Hellspawn. As intended, [] all three characters were used repeatedly throughout the next decade by Todd McFarlane within the wider Spawn universe. In papers filed by Gaiman in early , however, he claimed that the characters were jointly owned by their scripter himself and artist McFarlane , not merely by McFarlane in his role as the creator of the series.

McFarlane initially agreed that Gaiman had not signed away any rights to the characters, and negotiated with Gaiman to effectively 'swap' McFarlane's interest in the character Marvelman [] McFarlane believes he purchased interest in the character when Eclipse Comics was liquidated; Gaiman is interested in being able to continue his aborted run of that title but later claimed that Gaiman's work had been work-for-hire and that McFarlane owned all of Gaiman's creations entirely.

The presiding judge, however, ruled against their agreement being work for hire, based in large part on the legal requirement that "copyright assignments must be in writing. The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the district court ruling in February [] granting joint ownership of the characters to Gaiman and McFarlane.


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On the specific issue of Cogliostro, presiding Judge John C. Shabaz proclaimed, "The expressive work that is the comic-book character Count Nicholas Cogliostro was the joint work of Gaiman and McFarlane—their contributions strike us as quite equal—and both are entitled to ownership of the copyright".