Mirror, Mirror On the Wall— Who’s the Villain After All?

By Staff Reports Neil Gaiman’s chilling retelling of the Snow White fairytale, Snow, Glass, Apples has been gloriously adapted by Colleen Doran, who previously adapted Gaiman’s award-winning short story Troll Bridge. Terrified of her monstrous stepdaughter and determined to repel the creature and save her kingdom, a not-so-evil queen desperately tries to stop a happily…Read moreRead more

How to Talk to Girls at Parties arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital) and DVD 8/14

By Staff Reports Starring Elle Fanning, Alex Sharp, and Academy Award winner Nicole Kidman (Best Actress, The Hours, 2002), How to Talk to Girls at Parties arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital) and DVD August 14 from Lionsgate. Neil Gaiman’s legendary 2006 short story comes to life from screenwriters Philippa Goslett and John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig…Read moreRead more

American Gods: My Ainsel #2 Review

By Nolan P. Smith You know Ainsel, right? Mike Ainsel? Quiet guy, big guy, stays to himself. No? Well, you might know him as another name: Shadow Moon. The second issue of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: My Ainsel rolls on, and Shadow continues his “new life” in Lakeside. Based on the novel by Neil Gaiman,…Read moreRead more

American Gods: My Ainsel #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith The next installment of American Gods starts right here as Dark Horse Comics brings us American Gods: My Ainsel #1, from the same creative folks that brought us the last series, Shadows. Written by Neil Gaiman and P. Craig Russel with art by Scott Hampton and P. Craig Russel, we get…Read moreRead more

American Gods Volume 1: Shadows Review

By Nolan P. Smith American Gods is one of the most celebrated books in recent memory. With a hit TV series on Starz, Dark Horse made every fan’s dream come true when they announced they would be adapting the book into a comic book series. With volume 1, we get the entire first mini-series, which…Read moreRead more

American Gods #1 Review: Cast a Shadow

American Gods

Dark Horse Comics’ adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s classic American Gods is off to a great start By Nolan P. Smith This title has to be the most anticipated comic book release of 2017 for me. American Gods is easily my favorite novel, and with the STARZ TV series almost here, Dark Horse has brought the…Read moreRead more

New American Gods Trailer Shows Old Gods Fading, New Gods Rising

American Gods

STARZ Brings Neil Gaiman’s Epic Novel to the Small Screen on April 30 By Nolan P. Smith “None of this feels real, it feels like a dream…” STARZ has released the latest trailer for their new series, American Gods, which debuts on April 30th. Based on the best selling novel by Neil Gaiman, American Gods…Read moreRead more

Starz Announces the Highly Anticipated American Gods to Premiere in the U.S. on April 30th

American Gods

Neil Gaiman’s Modern Classic American Gods Heads to the Small Screen By Staff Reports Thank the gods. Starz has announced that on April 30th, the first eight episode season of American Gods will make its network premiere on Sunday, April 30th at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Based off of the critically acclaimed fantasy novel by Neil…Read moreRead more

Pastrami Nation Podcast: Nintendo Switch, X-O Manowar, American Gods, Image Comics and More

By Nolan P. Smith We are back with another exciting podcast! For our special Groundhog Day episode, we talk about the Nintendo Switch, the upcoming X-O Manowar series, the awesome series Curse Words, the amazing American Gods and the TV series and comic series it has spawned, and the anniversary of the iconic Image Comics….Read moreRead more

Creatures of the Night Review: Perfectly Dark

Creatures of the Night should be on your must read list Review by Amie Macias Contributing Reviewer Dark Horse Comics once again brilliantly paired Neil Gaiman’s dark and beautiful storytelling with Michael Zulli’s elegant artwork in this graphic novel collection, Creatures of the Night.  This book contains two amazing yet creepy short stories from Smoke…Read moreRead more

Graphic Novel Review: Troll Bridge

Gaiman and Doran Bring Troll Bridge to Life By Amie Macias Contributing Guest Reviewer Colleen Doran and Neil Gaiman team up and do an amazing job with Dark Horse Comics of bringing a delightfully dark graphic novel to life in Troll Bridge.  Doran’s attention to detail and artful use of layering gives each page the…Read moreRead more

SDCC 2016: American Gods Trailer

American Gods Trailer Invades Comic Con By Nolan P. Smith “Either the world is crazy… or you are.” Fans at the San Diego Comic Con were treated to the first ever trailer for the new Starz series, American Gods. All I can say is… damn, I can’t wait. Based off of the novel by Neil…Read moreRead more

The Facts in the Case of the Departure of Miss Finch Review

This classic tale by Neil Gaiman is back in this new edition By Art Macias Contributing Guest Reviewer The Facts in the Case of the Departure of Miss Finch is by Neil Gaiman, a name comic book fans and novel fans alike should know very well. The man brought the world his iconic run on…Read moreRead more

The Last Dragon Review

The Last Dragon

The Last Dragon Brings Love, Redemption, and Terror From Above By Daniel Schwartz Contributing Guest Reviewer Dragons, dragons, dragons. Occupying every corner of pop culture, these mythical beasts have been at the forefront of entertainment for decades. With such a strong saturation, it is difficult to find an original story that is interesting and will…Read moreRead more

Ian McShane Cast as Mr. Wednesday in Starz and Fremantlemedia’s American Gods

Ian McShane Brings Wednesday to Life for American Gods TV Series (By Staff Reports)– Starz and FremantleMedia North America (FMNA) announced today that Ian McShane (“Deadwood,” “Ray Donovan”) has been cast as Mr. Wednesday in the upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel, American Gods. The series will begin shooting in April. Neil Gaiman said, “When you…Read moreRead more

American Gods Casts Its Shadow as Ricky Whittle Signs on as Lead in Starz Series

By Staff Reports Fans of Neil Gaiman’s groundbreaking American Gods, it is time to officially rejoice: the role of Shadow Moon as officially been cast for the upcoming series by Starz and FreemantleMedia North America. That coveted role goes to Ricky Whittle (“The 100”), and now has the series on track to begin shooting this…Read moreRead more

Colleen Doran to Adapt Neil Gaiman’s Troll Bridge for Dark Horse

By Staff Reports As announced last week, Dark Horse Books is pleased to offer Troll Bridge, a beautiful graphic novel adaptation of a tale from the mind of master storyteller Neil Gaiman (Sandman), illustrated by artist Colleen Doran (Sandman, Orbiter). Based on a story originally published in Gaiman’s Smoke and Mirrors: Short Fictions and Illusions,…Read moreRead more

Moon and Ba Adapt Neil Gaiman’s “How to Talk to Girls at Parties”

By Staff Reports In June 2016, Dark Horse Books will be pleased to offer How to Talk to Girls at Parties, a brilliant new graphic novel adaptation of an award-winning short story from Neil Gaiman—one of the most celebrated authors of our time—by award-winning artists Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá. Originally published in Neil Gaiman’s…Read moreRead more

Starz Green Lights Neil Gaiman’s American Gods TV Series

By Staff Reports Starz has given a greenlight to FremantleMedia North America’s (FMNA) adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel American Gods. Bryan Fuller (“Hannibal,” “Pushing Daisies,” “Heroes”) and Michael Green (“The River,” “Kings,” “Heroes”), will pen and showrun the series.  Gaiman will also executive produce the series. FremantleMedia North America will produce. Start of production is dependent…Read moreRead more

Neil Gaiman & Mark Buckingham Begin The Golden Age in MIRACLEMAN BY GAIMAN & BUCKINGHAM #1!

By Staff Reports It was the series that changed comics forever. And at long last – it will be completed. This September, a tale that began 25 years ago will finally be told in MIRACLEMAN BY GAIMAN & BUCKINGHAM #1! Visionary comic legends Neil Gaiman (Sandman, 1602) & Mark Buckingham (Fables) bring you a new Age of…Read moreRead more

Neil Gaiman & Mark Buckingham Begin The Golden Age in MIRACLEMAN BY GAIMAN & BUCKINGHAM #1!

By Staff Reports It was the series that changed comics forever. And at long last – it will be completed. This September, a tale that began 25 years ago will finally be told in MIRACLEMAN BY GAIMAN & BUCKINGHAM #1! Visionary comic legends Neil Gaiman (Sandman, 1602) & Mark Buckingham (Fables) bring you a new Age of…Read moreRead more

Starz Developing American Gods From Fremantlemedia North America

By Staff Reports Starz has announced a script to series development of FremantleMedia North America’s (FMNA) adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed urban fantasy novel “American Gods.”  The pilot script will be penned by Bryan Fuller (“Hannibal,” “Pushing Daisies,” “Heroes”) and Michael Green (“The River,” “Kings,” “Heroes”), who will also showrun the series. They will executive…Read moreRead more

Joseph Gordon Levitt To Star and Direct DC/Vertigo’s Sandman Film

By Nolan P. Smith- Pastrami Nation (Victorville)– DC Comic’s has another big film on it’s hands, even if many have no idea what it is. Today, Joseph Gordon Levitt (Inception) announced via Twitter that he is officially on board for DC Comics/Vertigo big screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman! Here is what he tweeted: “Ladies…Read moreRead more

Miracleman Returns! Marvel To Publish Ground-Breaking Original Series And New Stories By Neil Gaiman

By Staff Reports It was the series that changed comics forever. With the utterance of one word, Michael Moran transformed from the ordinary into the extraordinary – and Miracleman was born! Long out of print, Marvel Comics is pleased to announce that the earth-shattering stories that injected new levels of sophistication into the super hero…Read moreRead more

Sam Kieth’s The Maxx is back!

By Staff Reports (San Diego) – Sam Kieth’s The Maxx was a runaway sensation when initially published. Kieth’s exquisite artistry and quirky stories resonated with readers who had never seen anything quite like it before. Exploring the strange relationship between two realities, The Maxx follows the dual identities of a man caught between the real…Read moreRead more

Neil Gaiman’s Angela is Coming to the Marvel Universe this June

Angela is coming to the Marvel Universe…wait, what? Isn’t she a Spawn character? Well, yes and no. There was a legal dispute with Todd McFarlane and Neil Gaiman, as Gaiman co-created the character, along with Medieval Spawn and Cagliostro. Well, Gaiman won the legal battle, and now Angela, the renegade angel, is coming to the…Read moreRead more

Neil Gaiman’s “Make Good Art” Speech to Come to Print in May 2013

“If you make mistakes, it means you’re out there doing something.” Neil Gaiman, one of my favorite authors and the man behind DC Comics The Sandman, as well as the epic American Gods, gave a riveting speech to the University of the Arts Class of 2012. Now, HarperCollins announced that they will bring his speech…Read moreRead more

SDCC 2012: Neil Gaiman Returns to Comics with The Sandman!

An epic surprise shook the San Diego Comic Con. Neil Gaiman, one of the greatest authors in my opinion, announced that he will be returning to comics with the title that made him famous, The Sandman. Check out the press release below: Neil Gaiman Announces His Return to One of the Most Celebrated Comic Books…Read moreRead more