New York, NY—December 14, 2017—Neil Gaiman has become a global bestseller with his acclaimed new novel, The Sandman, and the upcoming release of his fourth novel, Dark Matter, has been met with rapturous reviews and praise.
As a result, the acclaimed author and longtime comic book artist has been named by Time magazine as the “Man of the Year” for 2017.
A year ago, Gaiman published his third book, The Winds of Winter, and was the subject of a documentary by the HBO series Silicon Valley.
“My book has become the best-selling novel of the year,” Gaiman said in a statement.
“There is no question.
And I have not been disappointed.”
In an interview with the New York magazine, Ghams creator, Neil G. Robinson, said that he is “so happy that people are enjoying this book so much.
And that people love reading it.”
“I’m really proud of it, I’m really grateful to everyone for it,” Gham said.
“It’s just been so wonderful to see it go from just a thing that I was working on to a book that people have loved and loved and will continue to love.
And, yeah, I think it’s a huge honor to be here at this time.”
Robinson continued: “Neil’s been a master of storytelling and he’s written so many wonderful, wonderful books.
And to have it be so well-received, I mean, it’s so awesome.”
Robinson, a comic book writer and artist, created the Sandman character of Sandman in the 1980s.
The Sandmen are a race of immortal, cosmic beings who inhabit a subterranean realm of pure, untainted energy.
Gaiman’s characters often come from this realm, and his work has also influenced films such as Blade Runner, and television shows like The X-Files, Babylon 5, The Xena series, and Supernatural.
Robinson and Gaiman have also collaborated on a television series and a comic series that premiered on HBO in 2014.
The two have collaborated on the graphic novel Sandman: The Book of the Damned, which is currently available in hardcover, paperback, and audiobook editions.
“I don’t think there’s anything more important than Neil’s art,” Ghibli co-director Hayao Miyazaki said of Robinson and Robinson’s work.
“He has created a series that is so beautiful and so unique.
I think people will be surprised by it, and it’s going to be an enormous thrill to have this book out in 2017.”
Gaiman, who will continue working with Robinson as he develops his next book, the upcoming Dark Matter trilogy, is also the subject in a documentary called Silicon Valley, which will premiere later this year.
In the documentary, Robinson shares his story of discovering comic books and reading comics in the 1960s.
“As a young kid, my dad was buying comics in his garage, and I would see the covers and think, ‘This is going to make a really good movie,'” Gaiman recalled.
“And then I would read the pages, and then I’d say, ‘I have to go back to school.
I can’t go to college, I have to get this comic book.'”
Gaiman began to read comics in middle school.
He started reading graphic novels and other comics in high school.
“By the time I was in high-school, I was reading comics and I was a fan of comic books,” he said.
After graduation, Ghanms art career took off.
He moved to New York City, where he became a comics writer and eventually a comic artist.
In 1995, he co-created the world of X-Men with Steve Ditko.
“That was an incredible, incredible, amazing moment,” Ghanmans daughter, Tana, told Entertainment Weekly.
“You had a guy who is an accomplished writer and a really talented artist, and he had this world that he created.”
Ghan, who is also a director, was honored at the 2017 Gaiman Awards, in which he received a Golden Globe for his work on the animated short film, The Cat Returns.
“The Gaiman Award is an award that honors people who do extraordinary things in the service of their communities,” Giamberson said.
Giambe, who was named the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for fiction, said, “He’s had an incredible career, and we’re thrilled to have him on board as we expand the Sandmans world and create a new universe.”
Gham and Robinson collaborated on three feature films, which were all released by Universal Studios.
Gham, who co-wrote the screenplay for the animated film, was also the creator of the character of Xena the Warrior Princess.
The film was a critical and commercial success, and earned the actor more than