Comic book lovers are gearing up to follow the events of the series sand man American writer Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, which has been adapted from comics to series, is slated to hit one of the home screens in the coming days.
The Sandman is an American fantasy comic book series written by Neil Gaiman that ran for 75 issues from January 1989 to March 1996.
The first 46 issues of The Sandman were published by DC Comics and DC Comics subsidiary Vertigo. Vertigo has remained independent since issue 47 until last issue.
The covers of the numbers were drawn by artist Dave McCain, and Todd Klein wrote the dialogues on the pages of the stories, and the series revolves around the story of Morpheus, the leader of the world of dreams, also known as Dream, and he is the main character of the story, and he is eternal, along with six others, who are destined to die, Desire, frustration, fainting.
In these stories, writer Gaiman relied on the metaphor of many metaphysical entities, such as Hell, and mixed them all together with mythology and history in the form of horror stories.
According to the New York Times, Sandman stories topped the best-selling comics list, and five of them appeared in the top 100 stories of the 1990s from 1983-2008, according to Entertainment Weekly. Cinematic attempts to simulate the Sandman’s origin story appeared in film and television productions, but were unsuccessful. Several attempts followed.
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