• June 22, 2011
    By Kelly Dickinson

    Neil Gaiman is about as ubiquitous as a modern fantasy writer can be. He's written comic books, and an impressive stack of novels for kids, teens and grown-ups alike. Then there are his screenplays: he wrote the scripts for the film adaptations of Stardust and Coraline, adapted Miyazaki's Princess Mononoke into English and penned a recent episode of Doctor Who

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