Neil Gaiman Answers Mythology Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

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Author Neil Gaiman takes to Twitter to answer the internet’s burning questions about mythology. What links Viking and Greek myths? Why does Anubis have a dog head? Why do so many cultures have a ‘Great Flood’ myth? What do Biblical angels look like? Neil answers all these questions and much, much more!

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Director: Justin Wolfson

Director of Photography: Charlie Jordan

Editor: Patrick Biesemans, Paul Tael

Expert: Neil Gaiman

Line Producer: Joseph Buscemi

Associate Producer: Brandon White

Production Manager: Eric Martinez

Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila

Assistant Camera: Lauren Pruitt

Audio: Rebecca O’Neil

Post Production Supervisor: Alexa Deutsch

Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant

Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen

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