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Fire marshal declares Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo over capacity! Neil Gaiman talks with Stephen King! Interviews with James Stokoe and Nick Abadzis! Iowa town lays claim to Hawkeye! Plus more!
Todd McFarlane will pay Neil Gaiman $382,000 in the wake of the settlement in January of their nearly decade-long legal battle over the rights to Medieval Spawn, Angela and other characters.
Brigid Alverson breaks down the week in news, from the return of "Smallville" as a digital-first series to the estimated growth in digital comic sales in 2011 to a major creator's changing view on online piracy.
Neil Gaiman comments on settlement with Todd McFarlane! Susie Cagle has another brush with police! Comic-Con releases full list of special guests! Jim Zubkavich offers "Skullkickers" online update! Plus more!
After years of legal battles, judgments and fines, Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane have settled their long-running dispute over the Medieval Spawn and Angela characters they co-created in "Spawn" #9.
Neil Gaiman, Warren Ellis, Peter David and Fantagraphics join in opposition to SOPA and PIPA! More on split of "Ashes" collaborators Alex de Campi and Jimmy Broxton! Dan DiDio and Jim Lee discuss DC relaunch! Plus more!
Author Neil Gaiman talks about lending his voice to this week's episode of "The Simpsons," his thoughts on "Twilight" and teen literature, and his own career. Link Fixed
You may know Neil Gaiman from such works as "Sandman" and "Coraline," but the acclaimed writer is also set to guest star on this Sunday's episode of "The Simpsons." ROBOT 6 has details and a video clip.
"Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke is set to bring DC Comics' "Deadman" to the CW. While his origins make him an unlikely TV star, deceased Trapeze artist Boston Brand may soon help out the living in a weekly drama.
Eccentric cartoonist Roman Dirge talked to his devoted followers at Comic-Con about his new art book "Taxidermied," his ongoing series "Lenore" and some very big movie news.
Attorney for Jack Kirby's heirs says he'll appeal judge's decision! Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison talks "Supergods," "The Sandman" and more! Jay Stephens and Bob Weber Jr. end "Oh, Brother!" strip! Plus much more!
During his spotlight panel at Comic-Con, "Lenore" creator Roman Dirge announced a planned film adaptation of the dead girl's comics with Neil Gaiman producing.
CBR News spoke with Renae De Liz, the driving force behind "Womanthology," an all-female collection from IDW Publishing that has more than doubled its $25,000 fundraising goal on Kickstarter.com.
Worried about HBO skimping when it comes to their adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel, "American Gods?" Fret not, the pay cable network is planning it as a six season run and SPINOFF has all the details.
The Neil Gaiman scripted episode of "Doctor Who" aired last night, and as usual, SPINOFF has some questions about it. Not including "How good was that?," of course...
Writer Neil Gaiman and director Toby Haynes discuss their contributions to the upcoming sixth season of "Doctor Who," producing world-class science fiction on a budget and what the future holds for the time-traveler.
Director Toby Haynes, writer Neil Gaiman and actor Mark Sheppard entertained rabid Doctor Who fans at WonderCon with a special preview of the upcoming sixth season of the ever-popular sci-fi series.
DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns has publicly declared the "Sandman" TV project alive and well while promoting creator Neil Gaiman's involvement. SPINOFF has details.
A proposed TV series based on the classic Neil Gaiman Vertigo book has stalled as producer and "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke explains that he hopes to return to the Endless some day in the future.
In the second of our three-day celebration of the 300th CBLR, we examine the true story behind Neil Gaiman and his feelings on Death being used in the DC Universe. Plus, legends about George Perez, J.H. Williams III and Grant Morrison!
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the color edition of "Lenore: Cooties" by creator Roman Dirge. Featuring a foreword by Neil Gaiman, catch "Cooties" in stores November 30.
This week, find out why DC sat on a Neil Gaiman Superman/Green Lantern story for more than a decade! Discover what significant role Ringo Starr played in Frank Frazetta's career! Also, just who came up with Wonder Woman's costume change twirl?
James Hunt gave the much anticipated "Action Comics" #894 3.5 stars, calling the Death guest-starring issue "quite good in most ways that count," but ultimately "[missing] the high standards it courted."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Action Comics" #894 featuring Neil Gaiman's Death. Written by Paul Cornell with Pete Woods on art, a back-up by Nick Spencer and RB Silva and a Dave Finch cover, the issue hits October 27.
DC Comics exclusive writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR TV about making the jump from Marvel to DC, the growing popularity of "Doctor Who," his current run on "Action Comics," "Knight and Squire" and much more.
Paul Cornell spoke with us about his upcoming "Action Comics" annual starring Lex Luthor, how the supervillain's story ties into Nick Spencer's Jimmy Olsen co-feature and when he'll finally write the Man of Steel.
The award-winning sales chart perennial by Neil Gaiman and company finds its prospects for adaptation in other media renewed as Warner Bros. Television makes a move for "The Sandman."
A federal judge has dealt another blow to Todd McFarlane in his copyright dispute with Neil Gaiman, ruling that Dark Ages Spawn, Domina and Tiffany are derivatives of their earlier creations.
Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards spoke with CBR TV about pig-oiling with Neil Gaiman, Michael Bay's filmmaking abilities and their working relationship on their Image series, "Turf."
With Neil Gaiman's blessing, writer Paul Cornell is bringing Death of The Endless into his run on "Action Comics" and he spoke to CBR about how the crossover came about and what it means for his villain-centric run.
In front of a sold-out auditorium, Neil Gaiman read his short stories and poems, answered fan questions, and told not a few amusing anecdotes Saturday night at the C2E2 benefit for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
A who's who of writers from Neil Gaiman to Geoff Johns and from David Baldacci to Nora Roberts unite to ask that Brad Meltzer kindly quit his writing career because it's been kind of played out for a while now.
The prolific creator of comics, novels, film, journalism and poetry spoke to a full house at UCLA Live's Royce Hall about his work on "Sandman," "Coraline," and more. CBR was there to get you the scoop.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you exclusive Jim Lee artwork from "Liberty Comics" #2, detailing his process for illustrating his and Neil Gaiman's contribution to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund anthology.
Tim takes on the experimental Miracleman work of Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham, wraps up his retrospective on the Marvelman character, and looks at what might have been and what might still happen.
With the announcement that Marvel had acquired the rights to Marvelman, one voice in the long legal struggles surrounding the charcter hasn’t been heard from – Todd McFarlane. Until now. Updated