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New hardcover of Neil Gaiman’s “Only the End of the World Again” to be released

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New hardcover of Neil Gaiman’s “Only the End of the World Again” to be released

There’s a lot of us here at PG who are fanatical about anything Neil Gaiman writes, so we’re very excited about the new hardcover edition of “Only the End of the World Again.” The fact that it’s P. Craig Russell’s art is just icing on the cake. See below for the official word from Dark Horse Comics!

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Review – American Gods: Shadows #1

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Review – American Gods: Shadows #1

Whether you’ve read Neil Gaiman’s American Gods or not, whether you’re waiting for the mini-series or didn’t even know it was a thing, you should definitely check out Dark Horse’s new comic book adaptation. If the first issue’s any indication, it’s going to be epic. See below for preview pages and a review of Neil Gaiman, Scott Hampton, and P. Craig Russell’s American Gods: Shadows #1.

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Review: The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel, volume 2

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Review: The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel, volume 2

The Graveyard Book volume 2 by Neil Gaiman, P. Craig Russell, and a team of fantastic artists will land in bookstores on October 7. I loved the first volume, both for the art and for how faithfully it tells the story, and I hoped the second book wouldn’t lose momentum.

No worries there. If anything, I liked this book better than the first.

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Review: The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel, volume 1

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Review: The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel, volume 1

Neil Gaiman and P. Craig Russell’s The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel: Volume One arrives in bookstores on July 29th, but I just finished reading my copy a few minutes ago. I’m a book reviewer, we have our ways. (It involves a lot of shameless begging for review copies. I regret nothing!)

It’s worth the wait. The original 2008 young adult novel has already won the Newberry Medal, the Carnegie Medal, a Hugo, and a Locus award, but that’s almost not surprising anymore; it’s a Neil Gaiman book. He’s put stories in Christmas cards that defy the imagination, the man can write.

Now the book has been re-imagined with art under P. Craig Russell’s direction, and next year we’re going to see lots of articles telling us how it’s won all these other awards, just you wait.

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