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Review – American Gods: Shadows #9 (Dark Horse)

Review – American Gods: Shadows #9 (Dark Horse)

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Writer(s): Neil Gaiman, P. Craig Russel, Artist(s): Scott Hampton, Rick Parker, Glenn Fabry , Adam Brown Release Date: 15th November 2017 Neil Gaiman is a very busy man. Currently supervising the filming of the long awaited adaptation of his and the late Terry Practchet’s Good Omens, he also has the second season of American Gods to look forward to promoting. Add to that his writing for the odd Doctor Who episode, lecture tours, raising his son, all while writing about 5 books at once, and  was amazed he had time to put his name to a second adaptation of his original novel American Gods. However, having read it that’s not strictly true. While the story and words are straight from the Gaiman’s mouth, the team behind the Dark Horse adaptation have painstakingly cherry-picked the bulk of the story to better fit into a multiple issue format, something I both admire and deeply respect in this day and age of reboots and movie/TV tie-ins. It could have been very tempting to re-jig the characters for the TV show, altering them to look more like the actors and storyline of the show. However, this long running series remains [...]



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