Neil Gaiman himself just released the details for his "first picture book for REALLY LITTLE KIDS."
Chu's Day is about a sneezing baby panda, and comes out on January 8. All little ones should grow up with superb literature.
The Humble Indie Bundles have been nothing but delightful: promoting great indie games at pay-what-you-will prices with the ability to customize the distribution of your dollars to charity or the developers. But what? The Humble Bundle is evolving!
This is the very first of the Humble eBook Bundle, chock full of sci-fi and fantasy goodness for whatever your wallet desires. The Neil Gaiman and John Scalzi novels, however, require at least a $10 dollar donation to unlock. For eight books, that's quite a deal.
With the approaching twenty-fifth anniversary of Neil Gaiman's Sandman, the beloved writer has seen fit to announce a mini-series prequel for November 2013. Break out the champagne.
The plot is said to revolve around the untold story of Morpheus' easy capture in The Sandman #1, and "why he was returned from far away, exhausted beyond imagining, and dressed for war."
Neil Gaiman gave the commencement speech at Philadelphia's University of the Arts, which is equal parts inspiring and funny. It's a nice and refreshing take on the realities of being an artist, which is something that's usually met with groans and jokes about working at Starbucks.
Disney purchased the rights to Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book, with plans to have Henry Selick, who helmed Coraline, direct the film. That said, this should be a pretty cool send up of Graveyard and since it's Disney, it would be fit for a marathon alongside the animated and live action versions of The Jungle Book.