#neil gaiman

Why Autumn Belongs to Ray Bradbury

Put on your fashion boots, whimsically wrap up in your best scarf, admire that beautiful burnt sienna crayon in your ...

Peek Over Our Shoulders: What Panelteers Are Reading in September 2015

In this feature at Panels, we take a look at what the Panelteers are reading this month. These are the ...

Reading the Right Book at the Right (Or Wrong) Time

If you’re the sort of person who keeps the compass used for navigating life in the pocket of your intuition, ...

Crossing the Streams: Mutants and Muggles

Not too long ago, I picked up the Harry Potter boxed set of “textbooks” that J.K. Rowling wrote (for charity), ...

Comics Recommendation Engine: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

If you’re a Neil Gaiman fan, and especially if you’re a lover of The Ocean at the End of the Lane, ...

And I’d Do It Again: Books We Wish We Could Read Again for the First Time

Sometimes a reading a particular book can be so amazing, so life-changing, or so personal, that when other people read it, ...

The World-Building of Neil Gaiman

We here at Panels are taking some much needed time off; in the meantime, we’re revisiting some favorite old posts ...

Harry Potter and the Summer Reread

It started with Harry Potter, this habit I have of indulging in rereads of favorite books in the summer. I ...

When Authors Collaborate

When reading about Aziz Ansari’s book for our “Books to Watch For in June” post, I found myself a little bit ...

Marvel’s 1602: Why It’s Awesome and an Idea for Its Future

I don’t know if combining Elizabethan England with the Marvel Universe seems like a good idea in a vacuum. Thankfully, ...

The Bottled Cities of Neil Gaiman

The world is made of stories. Neil Gaiman taught me that and a lot of other things across 75 issues ...

Read Harder Recommendations: Non-Traditional Art

The Panels 2015 Read Harder Challenge consists of 26 challenge categories spanning the breadth and depth of all things that ...

When To Savor a Book

Some books are like roller coasters: you just want to get on, hold on for dear life, and ride it ...

Comics & Prose: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, and Joe Hill

I think it’s the rare author, particularly these days, who sticks to only one form of writing or another for ...

Read ‘Em: Shakespeare in the Comic Shop

Plays are not meant to be read. This was one of my first lessons when I began pursuing a degree ...