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I just stumbled upon this collaboration between Neil Gaiman and the Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab - a charitable project to produce perfumes and body oils based on American Gods. For this project they had an illustrator do official pictures of the characters of the book - it may be a good alternative for the somewhat dubious graphic novel pictures, these illustrations being much more faithful:
What do you think?
Now... I remember clearly that Neil Gaiman on his Tumblr answered to an ask that New Media was not Media but a distinct character.
I unfortunately don't have the current post right now, I am still looking for it, but as soon as I find it back I will ask for a separation of the pages of Media and New Media, because that would be an official confirmation.
Just a heads up to prepare you all to my campaign for the splitting Xp
In the first season, did they imply Vulcan was racist? Just in his short dialogue with Shadow Moon. The people in his town looked like neo Nazis...
I still don't get what is the thing about shadow moon, he is a god too? Or he will become one?
I would love to have some insight's.
Hello everyone - I'm here with another brief update from Fandom, this time regarding the Featured Video area. There are some experiments happening in order to determine is best for that area, one of which is The Loop, a mini-show produced by Fandom that talks about content based on the vertical that the topic is about (for this wiki, it would be related with TV and movies). For more information, you may visit the actual blog post about it.
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Hello American Gods Wiki users!
I have been going around informing wikis about Fandom's newest blog about the Global Taxonomy project. To put it simply: the "related pages" between different wikis should start becoming more connected based on the relationship between their content.
So for example, for American Gods, if there are articles in common with another wiki (let's say for example... another Neil Gaiman related wiki), then these would be better connected in terms of sections of recommended pages to visit. This should be exciting - we will be able to start seeing some of this early next year.
See you around!
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I remember reading In the novel about the story when one of the gods split humans into two genders any one know what chapter is that ? Thank you
In the third episode of the second season, Mr.Ibis mentioned the deities Hera, Hermes, and Zeus. Do you think it's possible that in the third season, these deities or other Greek deities will be introduced to the series?
I tried to get into more detail but my work got erased so ill quickly sum it up
more action(deliver on its premise)
awesome new characters show up
old characters-mainly mad, mr town and mr wood show back up
kill off some old gods
People who were on the Internet and American Gods fandom long before the series came out will probably know or remember this website, but now it is buried under a ton of other websites, so I'll mention it here:
"only the gods are real"
It is a fan website dedicated to the Old Gods of American Gods (the book).
Here is the home page: http://www.frowl.org/gods/index.html
It is extremely interesting in its detail and analysis of the mythology. It only contains three pages, but they are worth a look.
First, a page listing all of the Old Gods in the book with their name, mythologies and legends, including background gods: http://www.frowl.org/gods/gods.html
Second, a page compiling all the theories, ideas and debates concerning the "forgotten god" or "man in charcoal suit": http://www.frowl.org/gods/forgotten.html
And finally a page organizing, detailling and putting on a map the roadtrip and geographical travels of Shadow and Wednesday: http://www.frowl.org/gods/geography.html
Here is the page linking all of the website sources. However, since this website dates from the 2000s Internet, a lot of said sources are now gone: http://www.frowl.org/gods/sources.html
So I have been wondering what the writers have planned for Bilquis. As those who have read the book know she only appears in two chapters while on the show she has played a bigger role and been given a lot more plot.
So the chances of Ostara coming back are slim since Kristen Chenoweth left. Of course they could recast her, but I have been wondering what if they are going to switch things up and give her role to Bilquis instead?
If you haven't read the book beware there will be spoilers.
So in the book after Shadow dies he is brought back by Ostara, but what if they decide to make Bilquis the one who brings him back? Now I know she doesn't have anything to do with resurrection but as far as I know she didn't have anything to do with sex in mythology either. Also this season she seems to have taken a Christian flavor. We also know that that card she got ha something to do with Shadow and she confirmed they have a connection in the season finale.
It would be interesting to see how they adapt resurrection into her storyline and would be happy to see her have such a bigger role in the show then she did in the book.