The official website of the official author of the official Neuromancer.
Check out the blog of one William Gibson. It seems it hasn't been updated in a while, but some good information is archived here all the same.
Keanu Reeves stars in the film adaptation of "Johnny Mnemonic," a William Gibson short story set in the same world as Neuromancer. In it, Reeves must battle Yakuza and Dolph Lundgren with the help of Ice-T and a dolphin. Yes, this movie actually happened.
Larry McCaffery interviews William Gibson back in August 1986. There's some great stuff in here, mainly because Gibson tells it like it is, and McCaffery knows how to interview with the best of them.
That's the place Neuromancer got in TIME's Top 100 Novels since 1923. Not too shabby considering how many novels have been written since 1923.
Want to know what Neuromancer predictions actually happened and what just won't pan out for us? Check out this link.
Concept art from a canceled Neuromancer film project. We think this is Wintermute…maybe.
William Gibson discusses starting out in science fiction and also what it means to write in, and be limited by, the SF genre. Nothing too adult, despite the title.
On The Agenda, Gibson discusses how he came up with the idea of cyberspace and how it compares to today's Internet.
Neuromancer was adapted into a video game by Interplay back in 1988. It was a point-and-click adventure game and was available on the Amiga, Apple II, and Commodore 64. It even came on floppy disks that actually flopped. Check it out.
Check out this trailer for Johnny Mnemonic in all its 1995 glory.
William Gibson himself reads Neuromancer in this out-of-publication audio book, thankfully preserved in cyberspace.
Molly Millions in all her glory on the Brazilian book cover.
Here's the entire novel of Neuromancer put through a treemap tool and given a visual output. Very cool. Gibson would approve.
... with glorious glasses.