It looks like Netflix may be bringing one of the most beloved comic book characters of all time, Sandman, to its streaming platform. The news was announced by the streaming giant on Wednesday, and it’s being met with a lot of excitement from fans of Neil Gaiman’s classic series. Sandman has been in development for some time, but it looks like Netflix is finally ready to make it happen.
The series will be based on the original comic book series written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth. It follows Dream (also known as Morpheus), the Lord of Dreams and his siblings, who are responsible for maintaining order in the universe. The story follows Dream’s journey as he attempts to rebuild his kingdom after being held captive for 70 years.
Netflix has tapped Allan Heinberg (Wonder Woman) to write and executive produce the new live-action series. David S. Goyer (Batman Begins) will be executive producing the show alongside Heinberg. No other details have been released yet, but fans can expect to see some familiar characters like Death and Desire.
Fans are already buzzing about the potential series and what it could bring to Netflix’s lineup of original content. With a story as rich and complex as Sandman’s, there’s plenty of material that can be explored in this adaptation.
Conclusion: Yes, Sandman is coming to Netflix! Fans are eagerly awaiting news about this long-awaited adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s beloved comic book series. With a talented team behind it, including writer Allan Heinberg and executive producer David S. Goyer, Sandman could be one of Netflix’s most popular shows yet!