Between this, American Gods, Lucifer, and Good Omens, Neil Gaiman is ruling TV!
This is pretty interesting as most fans think Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso’s graphic novel series is much better suited to the serial treatment.
Fairy tale adaptations seem to be all the rage this year, but what most people who don’t read comic books don’t know is that the trend originally started with Vertigo’s and Bill Willingham’s “Fables.”
Chef and Travel Channel star Anthony Bourdain recently revealed an interview that he is writing a story titled, “Get Gyro.” The story is described as a graphic novel about “ultra-violent food nerds”.
Fans of Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman” series can rejoice. After years of development hell for the film adaptation and a failed HBO series, Warner Bros. is looking to actively bring “Sandman” to television.
“Yeah, I can, there was one or two that I heard of that sounded really cool. One of them was about, I think… it’s a vampire and a killer, and they’re on the road, and it’s this really strange story.”