Tag Archives: Neil Gaiman

Locke and Key

Locke and Key is a dark fantasy comic series expertly penned by Joe Hill and beautifully illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. With gorgeous artwork and a strong narrative, this is superb storytelling through sequential art. Be warned though – here be dragons. Horror, bloodshed and brutality

Classic Film Kid – Coraline

Hello everyone, it is the Classic Film Kid and just in time for Halloween, I thought I would tackle a spooky stop-motion that just so happens to be one of my personal favourites, and that is Henry Selick’s Coraline, based on the dark fantasy novella

The Sandman: Neil Gaiman’s Dream Epic

The Sandman is a comic series written by Neil Gaiman which was first published in the late 80s and early 90s. Rightly considered to be ground-breaking, and beloved by its fans, it also has a reputation for being highbrow, dense and inaccessible. So is it

The Geek Show - On The Box

On The Box 77 – Biscuits, The Queen of Sheba

It’s the last show on our old-style TV, but we’ll be back in the near future with a shiny new flat-screen. In the meantime we’ve got The Witcher, Ladiators (that’s not a misspelling), and Star Trek’s version of Game of Thrones. This week we’ve been

The Geek Show - Literary Loitering

Literary Loitering 59 – The Goondock Saints

This week we’ve got news that isn’t news, facts that aren’t facts, blatant copyright infringement and secret underground Robin Hood library fraud. Our featured book is American Gods: The Definitive Edition by Neil Gaiman. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for all the

4-Panel 38 – Cosmic Mother-in-Laws

We kick things off this week with a look at the trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse. In other news, DC are planning an anthology series of various heroes and IDW are rebooting the legendary space opera ROM. Our featured comics and manga are Batman: Arkham Asylum,

Anticipated Movies: 2016

Yesterday we posted our 20 favourite films of the past year, although it may well be the geek show’s official list it is by no means definitive. Tune in to the next Cinema Eclectica for more on our review of 2015, our other podcasts will