Neil Gaiman - Freeform; American Gods Inspired; Preteen; Consensual Underage Sex; Summary "Precocity" is based in the world of Neil Gaiman's "American Gods," and on the premise therein that we create our own gods through our belief in them, and that their power is … Wrote the Sandman comic series and two spin-off mini series featuring the character, Death. Journal Neil's Work Cool Stuff & Things About Neil Message Boards Where's Neil Search Links & Downloads FAQs. 142 quotes have been tagged as neil-gaiman: Neil Gaiman: ‘It's like the people who believe they'll be happy if they go and live somewhere else, ... but who learn it doesn't work that way. Read the rules here. Titles published by various British publishers include: Titles published by DC Comics and its Vertigo imprint include: Titles published by Dark Horse include the following graphic adaptations of novels, short fiction and poetry: Titles published by various American publishers include: (Citation information taken from WorldCat. In addition, he has won 13 Eisner Awards for his comics work, two Nebula Awards and three World Horror Awards. Gaiman forged an intense friendship with singer Tori Amos in the early nineties. The series began in 1987 and ended in 1996 when Gaiman ended the successful series as he had intended; a first for near-mainstream comics. He is married to Mary T. McGrath and has two daughters, Holly and Maddy, and a son, Michael. Those who are meeting him for the first time may be surprised at just how good he is." P. Craig Russell knows Gaiman well. He is a Professor in the Arts at Bard College. His first published work was a Duran Duran biography in 1984. Lewis, J.R.R. Gaiman won a sizeable judgement against McFarlane and against Image Comics. He was notable for such comic book series as Black Orchid and The Sandman as well as the novels American Gods, … Neil Gaiman’s most popular book is American Gods (American Gods, #1). Out in Japan - Paperback! GooglePlus " works | "You are here: Home | works | "Out in Japan - Paperback! Some of her lyrical mentions: Gaiman also writes songs, poems and novels, and wrote the 1997 BBC dark fantasy television series Princess Mononoke, based on a translation of the Japanese script. He later became a fan of science fiction, reading the works of authors as diverse as Samuel R. Delany, Roger Zelazny, Harlan Ellison and especially Gene Wolfe. Hugo, Nebula, Bram Stoker and Locus Awards winner, 2002; British Science Fiction Award nominee, 2001; British and World Fantasy Award nominee, 2002. Neil Gaiman became a published novelist in 1990, teaming up with Terry Pratchett to co-author Good Omens. Neil Gaiman is an English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, audio theatre, and films. Before she met stardom, she sent him a demo tape of her album Little Earthquakes, and they became fast friends. He is best known for the comic book series The Sandman and novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book. Neil Gaiman was born in Hampshire, UK, in 1960 and since 1992 has lived in the United States, currently residing near Minneapolis. ), CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (. Over the course of a 30-plus-year career, Neil Gaiman has proven himself as a writer many times over, ... 10 Essential Neil Gaiman Works, Ranked. ("Horses," 1996)-Gaiman based the character of the talking tree in Stardust on Amos at her request after Neil stayed with her while beginning work on the novel Films. Neil Gaiman, Writer: Good Omens. He has adapted Coraline and The Graveyard Book, among other works of the author’s. * "If you need me, me and Neil'll be hangin' out with the dream king / Neil said hi, by the way" ("Tear In Your Hand," 1992) Gaiman is also a friend of science fiction and comic book writer J. Michael Straczynski, creator of the television series Babylon 5. During this time he wrote his first book in 1984, a now sought-after biography of the band Good Omens, about the impending apocalypse. In February 2001, when Gaiman had completed writing Adventures In the Dream Trade. He is listed in the Dictionary of Literary Biography as one of the top ten living post-modern writers, and is a prolific creator of works of prose, poetry, film, journalism, comics, song lyrics, and drama.. As of 2005, he lives near Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Neil Richard MacKinnon Gaiman (Portchester, 10 november 1960) is een Engelse schrijver van onder andere sciencefiction, fantasy,horror en comics.Hij heeft in zijn carrière meerdere noemenswaardige prijzen ontvangen, waaronder de Nebula Award en de Bram Stoker Award As such there is a species of aliens on that series called the Gaim; their heads closely resemble the helmet worn by Gaiman's Sandman character. Pinterest. McFarlane had also refused to pay Gaiman for the volumes of Gaiman's work he republished and kept in print. Neil Gaiman, British writer who earned critical praise and popular success with richly imagined fantasy tales that frequently featured a darkly humorous tone. Share. In The Sandman Shakespeare himself appears in three stories in the series, in which he makes and fulfils a deal with Morpheus, who grants Shakespeare the gift of writing in exchange for two plays 'celebrating dreams': A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Tempest. 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Facebook. Facebook. * "Where are the Velvets?" However Straczynski has stated the aliens' appearance was based more on gas masks than on the King of Dreams' helm (itself inspired by the gas mask worn by the original World-War-2-era Sandman), and that the name came after the resemblance was noted. He wrote two British graphic novels with his favorite collaborator and long time friend Dave McKean: Signal To Noise. Boeken van Neil Gaiman koop je eenvoudig online bij Gratis retourneren 30 dagen bedenktijd Snel in huis It is rumored that he was a Scientologist until some time in the 1980s, though these unconfirmed reports are speculative. ", "The False Knight on the Road" (illustrated by. Robert Zemeckis recently shot Beowulf, a motion capture film based on a script by Gaiman and Roger Avary, starring Ray Winstone and Angelina Jolie to be released in October 2007. Twitter. He received the 2002 Hugo Award for outstanding novel for American Gods, which also won the 2002 Nebula Award. Tumblr. In 2006, he will return to Marvel to work on a remake of Jack Kirby's the Eternals. For Halloween, writers including Neil Gaiman to Lauren Beukes and Joe Hill reveal the characters who have given them, as well as their readers, the greatest terrors Gaiman's creations have existed in books, comics, TV and movie scripts, and a plethora of other written material. Beginning with issue #47, it … In the early 1980s Gaiman pursued journalism as a means to learn about the world and make connections that he hoped would later assist him in getting published, conducting interviews and writing book reviews.