Crystal Ball: Super Spies, Killer Doctors And More – 10 Comics That NEED To Be Made Into TV Shows

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Because we can all agree we need MORE comics-related TV shows, right?

I think we can all agree there’s never been a better time to be a fan of comics and TV, given the sheer number of small screen adaptations featuring our favourite characters and stories on offer.

Still, you can never have too much of a good thing, so with that in mind, here’s 10 more comics network executives should definitely consider drawing upon for their next big budget TV show!

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Crystal Ball: Super Spies, Killer Doctors And More – 10 Comics That NEED To Be Made Into TV Shows

Live From The Pop Culture Studio: Everything You Need To Know About American Gods

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Mr. Wednesday and Shadow both regretted the decision to fly coach

American Gods – Starz latest big budget TV series – arrives on our screens this weekend.

While fans of the Neil Gaiman novel on which the series is based will already be up to speed with what to expect, others might be a little less certain.

Never fear though – this month’s Live From The Pop Culture Studio video covers everything newcomers need to know about American Gods!

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Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

The Ocean at the End of the Lane
This may well be the definition of lyrical…

I’ve been a pretty big fan of Neil Gaiman for over decade now, thanks to his novels, screenplays, and most especially, comic books (off the back of his Sandman work alone, he’s part of my comic book writers Holy Trinity, along with fellow luminaries Alan Moore and Grant Morrison; I dropped the once-great Frank Miller from this hallowed fraternity in the mid-2000s).

I’d been meaning to read Gaiman’s most recent novel, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, ever since it came out in 2013, but as so often happens, I ended up never quite getting around to it. This would change Christmas just gone, however, when I found myself with an Amazon gift card to redeem, and Gaiman’s name still fresh in my mind thanks to BBC Radio 4’s adaptation of his and Terry Prachett’s Good Omens. For fear of delaying yet again, I made sure that the first purchase I made with that gift card was the Kindle edition of The Ocean at the End of the Lane.

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Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane