Sandman, though, isn’t in the bundle. American Gods, A Study in Emerald and How To Talk To Girls At Parties are, among others.
There is another world that waits for all of us when we close our eyes and sleep — a place called the Dreaming, where The Sandman, Master of Dreams, gives shape to all of our deepest fears and fantasies.
Frustratingly, it’s free to listen to Neil Gaiman’s Sandman on Audible in the United States.
Starting on Tuesday the 29th of June and running to the 1st of July, the collection contains around $6,100,000 worth of iconic creations and artwork.
Come March, local stores will be able to apply to the fund if they are successful receive between $1,000 and $2,500 for a project helps promote comics as a valuable means of free expression.
The names attached to the project are incredible. David Goyer (the Dark Knight trilogy) will produce alongside Gamain. Allan Heinberg (Wonder Woman, Grey’s Anatomy) will be the showrunner and writer.
DC Comics reps have declined to comment on the story so far. Time will tell.
Streaming service Netflix has picked up DC Comics and Neil Gaiman’s Lucifer TV series from Fox. News of the cancellation immediately brought speculation that either Amazon or perhaps Netflix would carry on the show. It had middle-ish ratings in the US but did well elsewhere – notably the UK. Just this week Jennifer Salke, boss […]
Amazon has greenlit the comedic apocalyptic series Good Omens based on Neil Gaiman’s and Terry Prachett’s book. Good Omens will only be available through Amazon Prime Video for most of the world. In the UK the BBC will broadcast the series after the premiere on Prime Video. The show will be set in 2018 when […]
Justin Lee Anderson was born in Edinburgh, spent much of his childhood in the US thanks to his father’s career in professional football (soccer), before coming back home, via France, to settle into happy family chaos. He’s been writing for 15 years and misses Firefly. Justin’s book, Carpet Diem is just out and so Geek […]