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‘The Sandman’: Dark fantasy is a dream come true, Netflix’s first great comic book adaptation

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'The Sandman': Dark fantasy is a dream come true, Netflix's first great comic book adaptation

Bright Times News: Similar to reoccurring dreams, stories are. They emerge from our unconscious, frequently sounding the same, but upon closer inspection, you will notice that each statement has different details. Program the Sandman is the program for you if you enjoy daydreaming, telling stories, and thinking broadly about the gothic.

Readers and fans have high expectations for the long-running adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s landmark comic book, but the good news is that this atmospheric and compelling series is the stuff of legends. If you’ve never read a comic book, you’re in for a treat when you discover the series without the influence of the original or the memory of it.

If you’ve read any comic books, then… Every reader will have a different relationship with the original Sandman because it is such a complex and ambiguous novel, and it will be fascinating to watch how each viewer reacts to the TV adaptation.

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In any case, Netflix’s 10-episode series is an alluring and active supernatural being in a deep degree of dread and fantasy set in a modern world. It is a delicious, dark, humorous mix of myth and magic. The series will start streaming on August 5, 2022, and it starts with an arrogant occultist attempting to freeze death.

It’s not a metaphor; in this tale, there is a real-life walking, a talking character who extricates unfortunate folks from their mortal coil. It is a cosmos where abstract ideas like death, desire, and despair are dressed in stylized garments that cross paths with one another on multiple realities.

And one of them—a thin, fierce-cheeked man by the name of Morpheus—accidentally finds himself locked up in the occultist’s basement. He is the lord of dreams, and when he is imprisoned for the majority of the 20th century, dreams and nightmares will coexist in the human realm, dooming his country.

The mythical and commonplace are intriguingly combined throughout the series. Cell phones, gas stations, spit-and-sawdust liquor, a careless serial killer, a foul-mouthed troubleshooter a genuine, live Lucifer all play a part in the story’s setting.

The world of the program which includes everything from dream worlds to hell is so rich that even minor characters can convey the essence of a mysterious, greater cosmos through the smallest details or fleeting exchanges of dialogue.

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