The Sandman First Look and Character Posters Introduce Dream, Death, and Desire

The Sandman First Look and Character Posters Introduce Dream, Death, and Desire
The Sandman author Neil Gaiman has famously fought off numerous attempts to adapt his most famous graphic novel series, but in Netflix’s Tudum event, a sneak peek clip and some character art for a few of the most recognizable characters give fans a glimpse of the vision the author finally brought to life along with executive producer David Goyer. The first look at Dream, Death, and Desire illustrate the conceptual personifications that Gaiman became known for even in later works like American Gods.

The first image is of the sandman himself, Morpheus the Dream King, Lord of the Dreaming, played by the hypnotically raspy-voiced Tom Sturridge (Sweetbitter). In this poster, Dream looks out at the viewer with his trademark shadowed brow and spiky hair. Across his face falls the shadow of a raven, a symbol of this incarnation of dreaming. The bird also reminds us of Dream’s messenger raven,
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