When you think about it, being super-talented has got to be pretty super-frustrating.
Take Neil Gaiman, for example. As one of his generation's brightest, smartest, wittiest and most creative writers, his attachment to a project is always going to herald more
The BBC has been trying to keep a tight lid on the details of the Doctor Who season finale, but the episode has gotten out, not through the Internet but through the mail. Some fans have already received their preordered copies of Series 7.2, including the more
Neil Gaiman has, over the course of his career, become a brand name unto himself — one that may even match Doctor Who in terms of fan devotion and popularity. Bringing these two “brands” together leads to well-deserved shrieks of delight and an almost sto more
Doctor Who has been many television shows over the years , but for many people the show reached its perfect formula in the mid-1960s, with stories about a handful of people trying to withstand an army of Cybermen. Or Ice Warriors. Or Yeti. Neil Gaiman is more
If this week's "Doctor Who" felt faster, fizzier and more imaginative than the recent norm it's because author Neil Gaiman ("Coraline," "Neverwhere") was back to ace his second stint writing for the show.Gaiman's "The Doctor's Wife" -- in which the TARDIS more
" Nightmare in Silver " was a bit of a nightmare in any color, really. My expectations were definitely higher for this Neil Gaiman penned episode, but it seems they've kept all the good bits for next week's finale, Gaiman be damned.
There were a few th more
Neil Gaiman's second Doctor Who episode explored a familiar character from the Whoniverse in a completely new way. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/doctor-who-nightmare-in-silver-review-cybermen-really-get-inside-your-head-136816245636/ more