23 titles.

1. The Simpsons (1989 TV Series)
Episode: The Book Job (2011)
Lisa becomes disheartened when she learns the shocking truth behind the "tween lit" industry and her beloved fantasy novel characters. But Homer decides to cash in on the craze and forms a team to group-write the next "tween lit" hit, with the king of fantasy, Neil Gaiman, lending his expertise to the effort. After catching the eye of a slick industry publisher at the Springfield Book Fair, the team gets an advanced copy of their work and discovers that the corporate lit business is a bigger operation than they imagined.
2. The Guild (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Downturn (2011)
Codex can't decide whether or not to quit the Knights of Good like she had told Floyd she would; Tink admits to Codex that she had actually switched majors from pre-med to costume design five semesters earlier and that she was adopted; Bladezz hooks himself and Vork up with a meal with Vork's idol, Madeline Twain; Neil Gaiman comes to Zaboo with a desperate plea to be a part of the Seat-Saver's network, which Zaboo will only fulfill if he gets to be on the cover of the next "Sandman" installment; Clara has a hard time fitting in with the steampunk club; Codex makes a big mistake when she surprises Tink by bringing her over to her family.
3. The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin (2017 Documentary)
THE UNTOLD TALES OF ARMISTEAD MAUPIN examines the life and work of one of the world's most beloved storytellers, following his evolution from a conservative son of the Old South into a gay rights pioneer whose novels have inspired millions to claim their own truth. Jennifer Kroot's documentary about the creator of TALES OF THE CITY moves nimbly between playful and poignant and laugh-out-loud funny. With help from his friends (including Neil Gaiman, Laura Linney, Olympia Dukakis, Sir Ian McKellen and Amy Tan) Maupin offers a disarmingly frank look at the journey that took him from the jungles of Vietnam to the bathhouses of 70's San Francisco to the front line of the American culture war.
4. Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited (2013 Mini-Series)
Episode: The Ninth Doctor (2013)
Christopher Eccleston, the Ninth Doctor, heralded the return of the Doctor and brought him up to date with the 21st Century. Lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat, writer Neil Gaiman, John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness), and actor Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith) discuss Eccleston portraying a no nonsense, hard hitting and straight talking Doctor.
5. Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited (2013 Mini-Series)
Episode: The Tenth Doctor (2013)
As a dashing young man in a pin-stripe suit, the Tenth Doctor, played by David Tennant, was the thousand year-old alien you could bring home to meet your Mom. But never get on his bad side - there were no second chances with this Doctor. Featuring an all star interview list - including - David Tennant, Freema Agyeman, David Morrisey, Camille Coduri, Neil Gaiman, Peter Davison and many more.
6. The Real History of Science Fiction (2014 Mini-Series)
Episode: Time (2014)
This Time Travel Special journeys from H. G. Wells The Time Machine through ideas like The Grandfather Paradox and The Butterfly Effect, to the professional time traveler that is the ever popular Doctor Who. Steven Moffat, David Tennant, Karen Gillan, and Neil Gaiman offer a unique perspective on the Doctor. Furthermore, Edward James Olmos reveals the hidden meaning of the language he created for the vision of the future that is Blade Runner, while Bob Gale and Christopher Lloyd take us behind the scenes of Back to the Future.
7. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #27.8 (2002)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the DVD release of The Goonies (1985), and the VHS/DVD releases of The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (2002) (V) and Min søsters børn (2001). Also the comic books Sunsit City 1: Indigo (by Robert Feldhoff & Dirk Schultz), Magic Fantasy 1 (by Neil Gaiman, John Bolton & Scott Hampton), and Tordenpilene 2: Red Caps (by Pierre Dubois & Stéphane Duval). Also the video games Hugo: Den sorte diamantfeber (PC), IL-2 Sturmovik (PC), Monopoly Tycoon (PC), Supercar Street Challenge (PC), and Tintin: Destination Adventure (PC).
8. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #31.11 (2004)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Peter Pan (2003), The Cat in the Hat (2003), and the DVD release of Planet of the Apes (1968). Also the comic books Nofret 11: Bagholdet i Tempelsøen (by Sussi Bech), Marvel 1602 (by Neil Gaiman & Andy Kubert), and the video games James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (GameCube, Playstation 2 & Xbox), Grabbed by the Ghoulies (Xbox), and Pitfall: The Lost Expedition (Playstation 2).
9. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #32.14 (2004)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie's Island Adventure (2003) (TV) and Cirkeline og verdens mindste superhelt (2004), the VHS/DVD releases of Balto III: Wings of Change (2004) (V) and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004), the DVD releases of Corto Maltese: La cour secrète des Arcanes (2002) and Superman: The Last Son of Krypton (1996) (TV), and a DVD compilation of four episodes from "Batman" (1992) entitled Batman: Den kappeklædte ridders hemmeligheder. Also the comic books Sandman 1: Præludier (by Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith & Mike Dringenberg), Splint & Co. 47: Paris drunker (by Munuera & Morvan) and Splint & Co. 30: Kuldechok i Troperne (by Nic & Cauvin), and the video games Need for Speed: Underground 2 (PC, Xbox, GameCube & Playstation 2), Myst IV: Revelation (PC & Xbox), and RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 (PC).
10. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #42.11 (2009)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the DVD collection 'Scooby Doo møder Batman' featuring two episodes from "The New Scooby-Doo Movies" (1972). Also the books Nobody (by Neil Gaiman), Dødsspillet (by Suzanne Collins), The 39 Clues 4: Hinsides graven (by Jude Watson), and the video games Scribblenauts (Nintendo DS), Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (PlayStation 3) and Angel Cat Sugar (Nintendo DS). Also a look at the upcoming J-Popcon 2009, the Danish convention with focus on anime, manga, cosplay and other aspects of the Japanese popular culture.
11. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #41.15 (2009)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Kurenai no buta (1992)/Porco Rosso. Also the graphic novels Tempo 4, featuring Clifton (by Michel Rodrigue & Bob de Groot), Den døde kæmpe 1: Biernes tårer (by Regis Loisel & Vincent Maillié) and Coraline (by Neil Gaiman & P. Craig Russell), and the video game Wanted: Weapons of Fate (PC, PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360). Also a look at the upcoming Coraline (2009), and the announcement of the winner of Orla Prisen '09.
12. Sixteen Legs (2016 Documentary)
Giant prehistoric spiders the size of dinner plates try to find love in the dark. As the world rapidly descends into the next period of global mass extinction, a message of hope comes from an unlikely hero: a creature, often reviled, that has survived previous mass extinctions and climatic change in a magical ecosystem hidden beneath one of the world's last great wildernesses. With spectacular imagery and a dark-fantasy twist, this is a real-world "Charlotte's Web", capitalizing on master story-teller Neil Gaiman's global popularity to bring a story of stability and solitude into our world of rapid change.
13. The Anti Gravity Room (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Rock 'n' Roll (1995)
Sunday Morning Cartoon Themes by alternative bands. The Cramps - Poison Ivy and Lux Interior. Green Jelly. Sisters of Mercy. Rock 'n' Roll Interview with Neil Gaiman. Sega Saturn : Syber Speedway game review. Rock & Roll Highschool, Alice Cooper, Rolling Stones & The Crow comic reviews.
14. The Anti Gravity Room (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Strange & Unexplained (????)
Interviews & Stories Interviews Miran Kim on X-Files Comics, Rob Mc Connell on X Chronicles, Witches : Laurie Cabot & Andrew Jackson, Sashi's Psychic Experience, & Neil Gaiman. Review of Twisted Metal (Playstation). Comicopia: Invisibles, Spawn, X-Files, Sandman.
15. Comic Book Superheroes Unmasked (2003 Documentary)
Industry insiders like Stan Lee and Neil Gaiman (The Sandman) reflect on the way their colorful creations reflect society at large. They have spread from the pulpy pages of nickel comics to Saturday morning cartoons, the big screen and beyond. They have evolved from simple, All-American heroes to tortured, complicated characters reflecting the dreams, desires and fears of modern society. From Superman to The Sandman, Comic Book Superheroes Unmasked is a fascinating, feature-length look at the evolution of an art form that has proved remarkably adaptable and enduring. Filled with classic images from DC and Marvel Comics as well as extensive interviews with modern masters of the graphic novel like Neil Gaiman and Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns), this documentary, originally aired on the History Channel, goes far beyond the superficial escapist fantasies to probe the forces that shaped the characters who have become legend. In the adventures of The Incredible Hulk, Spider Man, The X-Men and many more are echoes of American society in the last century, and the art form continues to evolve and innovate today.
16. The Legend of Lady White Snake (2015 Short Film)
A snake demoness has transformed into an enchanting maiden in order to experience love, in this postmodern collage of an ancient Chinese tragedy and Blackbeard poem "The Hidden Chamber" by NYTimes bestselling author Neil Gaiman (Academy Award nominated Coraline). A meditation on obsession, identity, metamorphosis, changing gender and time, through cross-cultural poetry perspectives. Starring fashion icon the Honorable Daphne Guinness (Academy Award nominated Cashback), directed and written award-winning photographer Indrani, as a tribute to the spirit of Alexander McQueen, costume design/production design by GK Reid.
17. Sex, Lies & Superheroes (2003 Documentary)
Sex, Lies & Superheroes features the writers and artists who have helped make comic books a medium for sophisticated stories and artwork. Stan Lee discusses the origins of the industry; Neil Gaiman and John Byrne speak on superheroes as modern mythology; Frank Miller and Bill Sienkewicz discuss the relationship of politics and comics; Peter David tells the story of the meanest thing he has ever done to a fan; and much more.
18. The Eldritch Influence: The Life, Vision, and Phenomenon of H.P. Lovecraft (2003 Documentary)
The Eldritch Influence looks at the world of literary outsider H.P. Lovecraft who posthumously infected a large number of artists, writers, mystics and fanatics with his wonderfully bleak worldview. Using passionate interviews and colorful commentary the film presents a picture of Lovecraft's life and thought through those he's touched and inspired. Featuring Lovecraft biographer S.T. Joshi, authors Ramsey Campbell, Neil Gaiman, Brian Lumley and filmmaker Stuart Gordon.
19. Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!: A Royal Pain in the News (2011 TV Special)
Join host Peter Sagal and official judge and scorekeeper Carl Kasell for a round of informative fun as they lead a panel of both US and UK talent, including comedians Paula Poundstone, Alonzo Bodden and Nick Hancock, to look back at the year's top stories from an American and British perspective. The special will also include listener contests and award-winning writer Neil Gaiman (Doctor Who).
20. Gahan Wilson: Born Dead, Still Weird (2013 Documentary)
Gahan Wilson: Born Dead, Still Weird is an insightful profile of the legendary cartoonist. For over fifty years, Gahan Wilson has been known for his ghoulish, twisted visions that combine horrific elements with comedy, as well as political and ecological cartoons. His cartoons have appeared in Playboy Magazine, The New Yorker, National Lampoon, The New York Times, Colliers, and Look. Wilson sees monsters and irony in ordinary, everyday situations and turns them into explosive cartoons. The documentary takes an intimate look at Wilson's bizarre and personal inspirations, the inner workings of the cartoon world, and how his quirky creations have profoundly affected legions of fans, including some surprising celebrities. In addition to Wilson's art, the film features interviews with Stephen Colbert, Stan Lee, Bill Maher, Randy Newman, Guillermo Del Toro, Neil Gaiman, Roz Chast, Lewis Black, Hugh M. Hefner, David Remnick, Peter Straub, Nicholas Meyer and more. As Wilson recounts his life and work, Born Dead, Still Weird reveals the genius of this icon of the cartoon world, who was drawing monsters before he could read or write as a way of coping with growing up with alcoholic parents during the Depression. The documentary also captures a behind-the-scenes look into the challenging life of professional cartoonists.
21. Shooting for the Butler (2014 Documentary)
"Shooting for the Butler" celebrates the life of Lord Dunsany, the 'Godfather' of Fantasy literature. His influence on the Fantasy genre includes J.R.R. Tolkein, C.S. Lewis and Neil Gaiman. The early short stories written between 1905 and 1918 are his most significant work but Dunsany went on to have a successful career as a playwright and wrote more than 68 novels. A fanatical huntsman, Lord Dunsany inherited a castle in Ireland and could trace his ancestry back to the Norman conquest. This larger-than-life character is evaluated in this 60 minute documentary, which includes excerpts from several film adaptations of his stories.
22. Nicholas Was (2010 Short Film)
This tale is a poem written by Neil Gaiman and depicts the giving of gifts by Santa as his punishment was "harsher" than that of Prometheus or Sisyphus. Worth listening and the voice of Craig Ferguson fits perfectly the atmosphere and tone of this little Christmas story.
23. P. Craig Russell's Guide to Graphic Storytelling, Volume 4 (2014 Documentary)
Volume 4 continues the acclaimed educational series with Russell examining art featuring ELRIC, THE SANDMAN, THE SPECTRE and more. Numerous lessons also reveal Russell's process of adapting THE GRAVEYARD BOOK from Neil Gaiman's written word to the graphic novel format.
23 titles.