Take A Look At The Old and New Deities of American Gods

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The live-action television adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods is coming in next month, and Starz is kicking its marketing up a notch by sending in a slew of new pictures to get fans hyped for the show.

First released on USA Today, the sneak peek photos gives fans a look at the different deities that Ricky Whittle's Shadow Moon in the series. Based on Gaiman's 2001 fantasy novel American Gods, the series tells the story of ex-convict Ricky Whittle who finds himself confronting the Old Gods and the New after learning about the death of his wife played by Emily Browning. Check out the different images of the deities.

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Here's Ian McShane's Mr. Wednesday and Shadow Moon.

Shadow is introduced to all sorts of strangeness right here

This is Low Key Lyesmith, a prison sage played by Jonathan Tucker. He's jailed along with Shadow.

Bilquis, a love goddess with strange sexual appetites is played by Yetide Badaki.

Kristin Chenoweth's Easter finds herself wooed by Mr. Wednesday.

Mr. Wednesday gives a gift to Cloris Leachman's Zorya Vechernyaya, the Slavic god of darkness' relative.

Shadow and Mr. Wednesday meet Corbin Bernsen's Vulcan, the god of guns.

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Meet Laura, Shadow's wife.

The Technical Boy played by Bruce Langley is a New God, a personification of the Internet.

The enigmatic New God, Mr. World is played by Crispin Glover

It's definitely exciting to see the Old and New Gods come to life in the new images released by Starz. Let's hope the network decides to provide fans with a trailer for all the deities soon.

American Gods premieres on April 30, 2017.

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