Neil Gaiman’s work has been produced and adapted into so many forms that Hazel couldn’t help but return to his work for her final CEN8 adaptation article.
The Expanse series explores the bloody conspiracies of 23rd century space, but how well does the vast universe of a space opera translate to screen?
How did Neil Gaiman manage to translate a novel which involves heaven and hell, Atlantis, and witches into today’s exciting Amazon Prime masterpiece?
This month Hazel explores the wackily dysfunctional world of Umbrella Academy. How does the first comic volume compare to season 1 of the Netflix original?
With season 4 of Preacher set to be its last, it’s time to explore how well the violently wacky TV show holds up to its comic book source material.
Philosophical rambling and the tragedy of being not-quite-dead are both phrases that could be used to describe Neil Gaiman’s bizarre fantasy novel American Gods. How well does the TV show match up?
This month Hazel explores the narrative transformation of Pride and Prejudice. From the original novel, to the parody, to the 2016 zombie film: how do these stories compare?
Shrek is an unmistakable joy for adults and children alike, but just how similar is the 2001 film to the 1990 book that it’s based on?
With the advent of reboots this advent, there’s a cinematic addition to an old family favourite. How does this new Grinch compare to his previous incarnations?
With the arrival of The Crimes of Grindelwald, it’s time to take a look at the literary origin of the latest cinematic offshoot from the Harry Potter universe.