So, to take your last answers step by step.
1- What I meant is that it isn't fantasy in the typical sense. It is fantasy yes, but not in the sense of a Tolkien or Warhammer work. It is more of a urban fantasy. And even more, a urban fantasy for adults not one for teenagers. So things are more subtle. But after that, it is also Neil Gaiman's original style, he isn't a writer of huge titanic battles like Tolkien.However, if you want to have something with more supernatural powers and supernatural fights, I strongly suggest the Sandman, a comic book series by Neil Gaiman. It is about one of the seven most powerful being in the universe's "life", struggles and adventures across the multiverse, so it can't get less "godlike" than that Xp It is currently being adapted into a television series
2- You know... if after two seasons you still don't like the show, it means you won't be able to love it at all Xp I mean maybe you are trying to say that you loved season 1 then disliked season 2. If that's the case, please precise it. But if you say what you meant, that you disliked the show as a whole, I don't see what will make you love a potential third season... And technically "criticize" is a neutral word, for both good and bad criticism, so don't fret too much. That's why I suggested you headed here, to the forum.
3- I didn't know Neil was one of the writers of the show. From what I know, Neil actually had a smaller part than this, and even if he was a writer on the show he probably wasn't a major writer, only a minor one. I know he has a consulting role on the series - which allowed him to give guidance, councelling and advice on the show. That's why for exemple he could force (by convincing) the original showrunners to cut the "cemetery blowjob" scene. But he made it clear that it wasn't his show, that he wasn't the one adapting it, and that he was not really pleased with some of the elements of the show but that he couldn't control everything that happened there (he visits the sets from time to time and oversees some of the scripts, but again he doesn't have any major or active role in the creation of the show). For exemple, he said he didn't understood why the writers of the show decided to have Easter's episode in season 1, before Lakeside. He also apologized when it was pointed out on the Internet that Iktomi's actor wasn't a Native American, and he said he would talk with season three's showrunner to make sure it would not happen. But I never saw any source saying he had an actor writing role in either of the season.
I know the showrunners of season 1 shared a lot of things with Neil and asked his advice on many stuff because they respect him a lot - while the showrunner of season 2 was more distant and didn't reach as much to Neil, especially since Neil was busy preparing Good Omens at the time.