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The annual Hugo Awards, one of the big events in science fiction, were announced over the weekend at the Worldcon, this year the MidAmeriCon III held in Kansas City. Last year and again this year...

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Reviews: return to the beginning – Overture

January 14, 2016 | 3 Comments

The Sandman: Overture Deluxe Edition Hardcover, Neil Gaiman, J.H. Williams III, DC/Vertigo “Before the beginning was the night. And the night was without boundaries and the night was without end. In the beginning was time....

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Animation: “Nicholas Was….”

December 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

An alternative festive take here for those already too full of the imposed jollity and hiding away from it all behind their Edward Gorey books, a very short animated film based on Neil Gaiman’s equally...

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Another Vertigo moment now, as Death takes her place in “A Winter’s Tale” From Vertigo Winter’s Edge 2…...

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Two superb authors, Michael Chabon (who should be on anyone’s must-read list) and Neil Gaiman (I don’t really need to remind you of how remarkable a word-spinner Neil is) are recorded in this video in...

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Good Omens

December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sean Phillips reports that BBC Radio 4 has a forthcoming adaptation of one of the most loved of modern fantasy novels, Good Omens, a collaboration, as most of you will doubtless be aware, between much...

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Well, here’s a nice bit of news to look forward to over Christmas. If you’re anything like me, you’ll appreciate a little radio. And lets face it, no one does radio any better than BBC....

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The Sleeper and the Spindle, Neil Gaiman, Chris Riddell, Bloomsbury “The queen woke early that morning: “A week from today,” she said aloud. “A week from today, I shall be married.”” Short review: it’s Neil...

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Reviews: Peachy Keen strolling with Death

July 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Death, Neil Gaiman, Chris Bachalo, Mike Dringenberg, Mark Buckingham et al DC/Vertigo When Neil Gaiman introduced Dream’s big sister Death in The Sound of Her Wings chapter in the early days of the superb Sandman...

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Ramon Vitral has a couple of videos up from the discussion at the British Library’s excellent Comics Unmasked exhibition (see here for James’ report and photos from the exhibition), featuring Paul Gravett and John Harris...

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