Decrypted: American Gods: New series is as good as the book

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Spread the loveTweet Enlarge / Wednesday (Ian McShane) meets Shadow (Ricky Whittle) under some extremely dark and mysterious circumstances. reader comments 32 Share this story Welcome back to Ars Technica’s…


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American Gods Gives ‘Faithful Adaptation’ All New Meaning

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Spread the loveTweet By the time you’ve finished watching the first five minutes of American Gods, in which a boatload of Vikings arrives in the New World, you’d be forgiven…


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Neil Gaiman Wishes American Gods Wasn’t Quite So Relevant Right Now

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Spread the loveTweet Neil Gaiman is very concerned about the rise of anti-immigration rhetoric. “Just the simple act of entering America right now is a slightly strange one if you…


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American Gods may have finally nailed the modern-fantasy formula on TV

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Spread the loveTweet reader comments Share this story AUSTIN, Texas—TV pilots ain’t what they used to be, as the Netflix model takes much of the weight off a first episode’s shoulders.…


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GOLiverse Reads – Ocean At The End of the Lane

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Spread the loveTweet Rod, Nicole and Steve discuss the latest entry in the GOLiverse bookclub – THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE by Neil Gaiman. The mysteries of…


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Episode 199 – GOLiverse Reads Good Omens by Neil Gaiman

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Spread the loveTweet Rod and Steve discuss AMERICAN GODS by Neil Gaiman. The guys talk mythology, Americana, and they marvel at the House on the Rock. Also in this episode…


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