The Sandman Review
Netflix has got a winner on its hands in the new web series The Sandman. The web series is an adaption of Neil Gaiman’s horror novel and there was a lot of expectation structure around its premiere for a long time.
Now, as the 10- part series has started streaming, suckers are participating with their opinion on it. Gaiman’s Sandman has been a favorite for times and suckers of the graphic novel are entering the adaption with open arms.
The series follows the king of dreams, who escapes after being held interned 105 times and sets out to restore order to his area.
After changing hands and formats, The Sandman was published by Netflix as a fantasy series in 2019 and finally premiered on August 5. It tells the story of a powerful man who controls all dreams and nightmares and his interactions with the human world.
In this first season, Netflix adapted Gaiman’s first two The Sandman books: Preludes and Nocturnes and The Dolls’ House.
Sandman Cast and Other Details
The runtime of each episode of The Sandman is approximately 37-54 minutes. There are a total of 10 episodes.
In addition to Sturridge, the first season stars Gwendoline Christie, Vivienne Acheampong, Boyd Holbrook, Charles Dance, Asim Choudhary, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Mason Alexander Park, and Donna Preston. Star Wars legend Mark Hamill will voice fan favorite Merv Pumpkinhead.
Gaiman co-wrote the series with Alan Heinberg, who is also set to serve as showrunner.