“The Sandman”: Neil Gaiman Confirms Season 2 Work Already Underway

Fans are still buzzing over the news that Netflix ordered an 11-episode series for The Sandman, based on Neil Gaiman‘s DC Comics-Vertigo comic book series Sandman and stemming from the Warner Bros. Television Group. Well, fans should get ready to amp up their “buzzing” to a Spinal Tap-loving “11”: Gaiman revealed to Radio Times that work […]

Hellblazer Joins Sandman Universe in October

Hellblazer Joins Sandman Universe in October as John Constantine Gets New Ongoing

Having successfully helped put Vertigo Comics out of its misery by helping Batman expose his penis, John Constantine will return in a new series as part of the Sandman Universe series of totally-not-Vertigo comics at DC. Starting in October with Sandman Universe Presents Hellblazer #1, Constantine will pull a magic trick of having two number […]

Speculator Corner: Sandman, After Netflix Announcement

Speculator Corner: Sandman, After That Netflix Announcement

So Sandman is to be a new Netflix TV show. And the Sandman after-market is all of a buzz. Here are some recent sales on eBay to set the level… as people are hoovering random issues wherever they pop up. Sandman #1 9.8 Signed by Sam Keith – $680 – First Morpheus Sandman #1 9.8 […]


“The Sandman”: Netflix Confirms 11-Episode Series Order; Neil Gaiman Comments

One day later, and it’s official: Netflix has ordered an 11-episode series for The Sandman, based on Neil Gaiman‘s DC Comics-Vertigo comic book series Sandman and stemming from the Warner Bros. Television Group. The move comes more than three years after an effort to bring the work to the big screen via New Line fell […]

What Neil Gaiman Said During SXSW About a ‘Sandman’ Movie…

What if Neil Gaiman‘s Sandman finally got a feature film? Why hasn’t it happened yet? What might the holdup be? During the Amazon Studios’ series Good Omens panel at SXSW, Gaiman fielded a question about the possibility of an eventual feature film about The Sandman. Thanks to The Verge’s Tasha Robinson on Twitter for the video: “The […]

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Diamond Select Toys Teases Marvel Reveals For New York Toy Fair

Diamond Select Toys have revealed a few of the Marvel related items they will be debuting at this weekend’s New York Toy Fair. These four items represent some of the more successful lines they produce, including Marvel Select figures, Gallery PVC, and their premier statue line. Check out all four reveals below, and keep it […]

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The DC Primal Age 100-Page Giant is Half-Baked Fun

DC Primal Age is a wonderful idea in theory. Combining the style of the old Masters of the Universe toy line with DC characters is an idea that probably should have happened a long time ago. Now a line of toys from Funko, it is also a 100-page giant comic that can only be found […]

Dreaming #1 cover by Jae Lee and June Chung

The Dreaming #1 Advance Review: Ambitious, but It Doesn’t Draw You In

The Dreaming is fractured and broken, and the Sandman is still missing. Lucien and Matthew are doing what they can to handle the crisis, but faceless figures are spilling into the realm. A demon lord watches just from beyond the barrier to the Dreaming, ready to strike. Dora the Monstress is playing at the border […]

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Infinity Wars #2 Review: Gamora Against the World

Spoilers Ahead We look back to Gamora killing Thanos under the guise of Requiem. This wasn’t the last she heard from Thanos, though, as Gamora still hears the voice of the Mad Titan. Whether this is his revenant spirit or her hallucination is unclear. In the present (sorta) Doctor Strange uses the Time Stone to […]

Sandman Universe #1 cover by Jae Lee and June Chung

A Sandman Newbie Reviews Sandman Universe #1: This Isn’t for New Readers

The Dreaming is fractured and broken. Its residents fear a total collapse. Lucien sends out the raven, Matthew, to find the ruler of the Dreaming, the Sandman/Daniel/Dream. To enter the real world, Matthew must find a dream and awaken the dreamer. His first attempt is foiled by an encounter with Dora. Afterwards, he enters our […]

Infinity Wars #1 cover by Mike Deodato Jr. and Frank Martin

Infinity Wars #1 Review: A Promising “Start”

Gamora returns to ask Star-Lord on more time to help her on her quest into the Soul Gem. He turns her down, and she leaves. On Earth, Doctor Strange has called a meeting of the new Infinity Watch. It includes the current possessors of the Infinity Stones and their allies. Star-Lord, Groot, and Rocket Raccoon […]

Which Comics Should Fans of DC TV/Film Start With? DC Broke It Down at SDCC

Words and Photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Mike Sangregorio: On Saturday afternoon at San Diego Comic-Con DC closed out a string of panels with a discussion of what should be considered essential reading for those fans who discovered its characters through other mediums, such as television and movies. It was moderated by Mike Avita, host of […]

David Mack Joins Classic Sandman Creators for Sandman Universe Covers

SyFy, presumably one of DC’s ‘controlled websites‘, has run some upcoming covers for the Sandman Universe launch , with commentary from the creators. Uncontrolled websites ran news of this planned line over two years ago, and it’s fun to see how many details remained the same over time. Sandman Universe #1 cover by Jill Thompson: […]

‘Death’ Artist Chris Bachalo Draws Sandman for Marvel in August

In August, DC Comics will launch its new Sandman Universe imprint, starting with Sandman Universe #1. But that’s not the only Sandman we’ll be seeing that month. Artist Chris Bachalo, who worked with Neil Gaiman on the mini-series Death: The High Cost of Living and Death: The Time of Your Life will be drawing another […]

DC Continues New Editions of Sandman for 30th Anniversary into 2019

We told you last week that DC Comics was republishing the original Sandman collections in a new format for the 30th anniversary of the series, and we had details for the new editions of Preludes and Nocturnes and A Doll’s House. We said we expected the rest to follow in a timely manner. And now we […]

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New Editions of Sandman Collections for 30th Anniversary

Alongside the new Sandman Universe line of comic books, curated by Neil Gaiman, DC Comics is also going to be issuing 30th Anniversary editions of all the original Sandman collections. So we have: The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes & Nocturnes 30th Anniversary Edition Paperback – October 30, 2018 Neil Gaiman’s seminal series, THE SANDMAN, celebrates its 30th […]

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Spider-Man #238 Review: Simply a Good Comic

The Iron Spider and his Sinister Six at last enact their plan to steal a SHIELD helicarrier. Thankfully, the younger Bombshell lets Miles Morales, aka Spider-Man, know that the Sinister Six are stealing the helicarrier. With this issue, Spider-Man enters the climax of the ‘Sinister Six Reborn”’ arc, which has united a new Sinister Six […]