Neil Gaiman Bibliography

Neil Gaiman Bibliography
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Neil Gaiman autographing a copy of Coraline, National Book Fair, Washington, D.C., 2005
Active period 1984–present
Publishers
DC/Vertigo 1988–present
Marvel 1994–2007
William Morrow 1999–present
HarperCollins 2005–2007

This is a bibliography of works by Neil Gaiman.

Comics

UK publishers

Titles published by various British publishers include:

DC Comics/Vertigo

Titles published by DC Comics and its Vertigo imprint include:

Other US publishers

Titles published by various American publishers include:

Non-fiction

Fiction

General fiction

Juvenile and young adult fiction

Short stories

Audio

  • Warning: Contains Language (stories read by Gaiman, music by McKean) –
  • Signal to Noise (2000) (audio drama with full cast and music)
  • Neil Gaiman: Live at the Aladdin, (video). CBLDF 2001.
  • American Gods (read by George Guidall) –
  • Coraline (2002) (US ed. read by Gaiman, UK ed. by Dawn French) – American edition:
  • Two Plays for Voices (Snow, Glass, Apples and Murder Mysteries with full cast & music) –
  • Stardust (2006) (read by Neil Gaiman) unabridged sound recording. ISBN 0-06-115392-3
  • Telling Tales (Neil Gaiman) (2003) (Neil tells us stories: A Writer's Prayer; Harlequin Valentine; Boys and Girls Together; The Wedding Present, and In The End. Percussion by Robin Adnan Anders)
  • The Neil Gaiman Audio Collection (2004) (Children's stories: "Wolves in the Walls", "Day I Swapped my Dad for Two Goldfish", "Cinnamon", "Crazy Hair")
  • Speaking in Tongues (2005) (contains "Daughter of Owls", "Instructions", "The Price", "The Sea Change", and "The Facts in the Case of the Disappearance of Miss Finch."
  • Where's Neil When You Need Him? (2006) (Seventeen bands wrote songs based on Neil's work for this disc. Dave McKean created the artwork and Neil wrote the liner notes)
  • Mr Gaiman's song-writing and collaboration is also featured on:
  • Fragile Things, (2006) (audio book, read by Gaiman)
  • Nighty Night (2011) (six-song album with Amanda Palmer, Damian Kulash of OK Go, and Ben Folds performing as 8in8)[18]

(Citation information taken from WorldCat.)

Film

Television

  • Neverwhere (A BBC miniseries conceived by Gaiman and Lenny Henry; story and screenplay by Gaiman, 1996)
  • Babylon 5: "Day of the Dead" (As writer - Season 5, Episode 8, 1998)
  • The Last Dragon (as creative consultant, 2004)[19]
  • Arthur: "Falafelosophy" (As guest star - Season 14, Episode 4, Gaiman helps Sue Ellen write her graphic novel, 2010)
  • Doctor Who
    • "The Doctor's Wife" (Series 6, Episode 4, 2011)[20]
    • "Nightmare in Silver" (Series 7, Episode 12, 2013)
  • The Simpsons: "The Book Job" (as guest star - 2011)
  • American Gods (based on Gaiman's novel; to be produced by Playtone and broadcast on HBO, TBA)

Video game

  • Wayward Manor (PC, Mac, iOS; game developed by The Odd Gentlemen; written by Gaiman, 2013)

Notes

References

  • Neil Gaiman Bibliography
  • Grand Comics Database
  • Neil Gaiman at the Comic Book DB
  • Internet Speculative Fiction Database
  • Neil Gaiman at the Internet Book List
  • Internet Movie Database
  • WorldCat catalog)
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