Production officially underway Netflix series customization Sandman, creator Neil Gaiman has figured out how much of the comic book series will be covered during the first season.
Gaiman replied to Twitter fans, asking how many cartoons the exhibition would ruin, Gaiman replied: “The first season covers the first two graphic novels.” Those two novels, Preludes and Nocturnes and Doll’s house, covers the first 16 digits of the original series of 75 digits.
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The first season covers the first two graphic novels. https://t.co/T2dXfP2krm
– Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) June 8, 2021
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Sandman follows “the adventures of the lord of dreams and immortal beings, called the Infinite, Morpheus, who identify certain universal concepts which, in addition to sleep, include death, desire, destiny, delirium, despair, and destruction.”
The series stars Tom Sturridge (Sweetbitter) in the character Dream, Gwendoline Christie (The throne game) as Lucifer, Vivienne Acheampong (Witches) as Lucienne, Charles Dance (The throne game) as Rodrick Burgess, Sanjeev Bhaskar (Unforgettable) as Cain, Asim Chaudhry (People do nothing) as Abel and Boyd Holbrook (Logan) as a Corinthian, Kirby Howell-Baptise (Good place), Patton Oswalt (Marvelin MODOK), Mason Alexander Park (Transfers), Donna Preston (Loves spells), Razane Jammal (Psychic), Joely Richardson (Snowden), Niamh Walsh (Dear Omens), David Thewlis (Wonderful), Stephen Fry (A man who knew infinity), Jenna Coleman (Victoria), Sandra James Young (EastEnders), Eleanor Fanyinka (Holby City) and the new entrant Kyo Ra.