During a Sunday morning Twitch stream, DC Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee drew a sketch of Dream and Death from Vertigo's Sandman.
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One multiverse can be complicated enough, let alone two. But a character outside of either continuity is the perfect one to make sense of it.
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EP Marc Guggenheim shared an image on social media that suggests a familiar face from the comics is joining the DCTV universe.
The retrospective panel on the Vertigo imprint's publishing history also teased the possible return of some of its most notable titles.
Starz's new adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods further demonstrates why his Sandman belongs on TV, and shows just how to do it.
Screenwriter Eric Heisserer is right: Neil Gaiman's acclaimed fantasy is better suited to television than to film.
Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams II's "The Sandman: Overture" wins a Hugo, New York Comic Con expands, and more!
With the long-gestating adaptation losing its greatest, most vocal champion, the character's creator chimes in on losing his creative partner.
The latest in a string of revelatory "Legends of Tomorrow" teasers involves another hero from DC Comics' Golden Age.
Joe Henderson explains how the comics inspire the series, and how the Endless, while not yet on the table, may not be off limits in the future.
Kodansha Comics says it hopes to be able to license the next arc of Makoto Yukimura's historical manga, "but it's up in the air at the moment."
Producer David S. Goyer says the adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed comic has "a really fantastic" new scriptwriter.