Ahead of a much-anticipated Starz TV instrumentation from Bryan Fuller, Neil Gaiman’s American Gods will be nearing in your internal comic book store — and Heat Vision has an disdainful glance of what’s in store when Shadow Moon finds that leisure isn’t what he approaching in a story of Americana and fabulous figures.
The comic book array — that will adjust Gaiman’s strange novel into a projected twenty-seven issues, separate opposite 3 graphic arcs called Shadows, My Ainsel and The Moment of a Storm — comes from some flattering fabulous talents in their possess right: P. Craig Russell, who’s collaborated with a likes of Gaiman and Michael Moorcock, will adjust a story for comics, while Scott Hampton, who’s worked on The Books of Magic, Hellboy and Batman projects in a past, illustrates a bulk of a interiors.
He’s not doing a interior design alone, however; already on daub for special sequences are Fables‘ Mark Buckingham, Thor‘s Walt Simonson and The Sandman‘s Colleen Doran. Covers for a array will come from Preacher cover artist Glenn Fabry and Adam Brown, with various covers for a initial emanate entrance from Dave McKean, David Mack and, as a special various from Fried Pie Comics, Fabio Moon.
The array continues a ongoing attribute between Gaiman and Oregon publisher Dark Horse, that has so distant enclosed comic book adaptations of stories including Murder Mysteries, Troll Bridge and How To Talk To Girls At Parties, a latter of that is also being blending for a screen, with John Cameron Mitchell directing.
American Gods: Shadow launches Mar 15 in comic book stores and digitally, though before then, suffer an extra-length preview — including never-before-seen pages — from Dark Horse Comics below.