Tag Archives: Neil Gaiman
The sheer amount of “invisible” or unappreciated work that went into the details that brought this movie to life are simply astounding… Henry Selick could easily have taken a few short cuts, but he didn’t and his love of craft is completely evident on screen; I can’t wait to pick this up when it comes [...]
I was a bit surprised and also pleased to see that the Coraline movie was rather devoid of Dave McKean’s touch. While I like his work alot, I’m just so used to seeing him collaborate with Gaiman; and since he has a few illustrations in the original book, I was surprised by the direction the [...]
It’s been a while since I talked about what I’ve been reading week to week…so here we go! Far and away, Batman 686 written by Neil Gaiman and penciled by Andy Kubert was the best issue I’ve read since I last posted about my weekly addiction. Alex Ross’ cover might spoil a bit for people…and [...]
Hopefully I’ll see Coraline this week…
Every bit more I see of this movie gets me more excited than the last! Seeing curious posters pop up around the city and the secrets to be found on the website are a joy. Click over to ToysrEvil for a nice gallery and a few other video treats!
Rio at Tomopop recently got this frighteningly sweet Coraline doll as a promo for the upcoming movie! Ever bit of detail about this press kit is awesome and so well put together! I’m so jealous! Check the link to see pics of the beautiful unboxing! via Tomopop
LA Times has a nice set of behind the scenes photos from he upcoming Coraline! I was excited to read that the movie was being made shortly after i had finished the book…Check out those sets and models!
I read Neil Gaiman’s book Coraline recently, and loved it, and was glad to hear that it had been optioned for a movie. (I think everything he has written is optioned) The look seems to carry Dave McKean’s style, I wonder how much he will have his hand involved in this. I think this small [...]