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Gaiman's Return To Comics Will Be Well Publicized
June 29, 2003
The subject of Marvel's Friday news conference was 1602 , the eight-issue mini-series by Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert.
Gaiman Licenses Randy Bowen
June 29, 2003
At Friday's Marvel Press Conference concerning 1602, Neil Gaiman was asked if the profits from this series would go to Marvels and Miracles LLC., the company Gaiman set up to fund his battle with Todd McFarlane for the rights to Miracleman , as previously announced. .
Here's How He's Handling the Fall Releases
June 5, 2003
Bill Eckman of Classic Cards and Comics in Castle Rock, Colorado saw our article on Neil Gaiman's remarkable group of fall releases and shares how he's handling the ordering on these books.
In August and September
June 3, 2003
Neil Gaiman is returning to comics with two major releases in under 60 days (four releases all together in August in September), a perfect storm for the growing legions of Gaiman fans.
Hires Gaiman, Feiffer, Ex-Disney Directors
May 8, 2003
Sony Pictures Animation (SPA) has hired a host of animation heavyweights including the director and producer of The Lion King , two directors from Fantasia 2000 , Jules Feiffer, and Neil Gaiman.
Saturday, May 31
April 9, 2003
The increase in graphic novel sales has been one of the few bright spots in the firmament of American publishing, so it's not surprising to see that Book Expo America is devoting a day of educational programming to help retailers...
DC Direct Not Worthy
January 7, 2003
Kenny Penman of Forbidden Planet International in the UK saw the ICv2 2002 Toy Awards, strongly disagreed with our choice of DC Direct as Toy Company of the Year, and offers this impassioned response.
In Phase I of the Trial
October 1, 2002
The jury in Gaiman vs. McFarlane received its instructions from the judge and began deliberations about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Tokyopop Stakes Bookstore Claim for 2001
September 14, 2002
With sales of graphic novels in mainstream bookstores on the rise, and book distributors vying to sign comic publishers, one of the first questions to arise is -- which graphic novel publisher is number one in bookstores?
For Best Novel
September 3, 2002
American Gods , by comic scribe Neil Gaiman, was awarded the 2002 Hugo Award for best novel at last weekend's World Science Fiction Convention in San Jose, California.
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