Neil Gaiman shared additional details about Netflix's upcoming television adaptation of the classic Vertigo series The Sandman.
Following initial reports, a series based on Neil Gaiman's acclaimed Sandman comic book series has officially been ordered by Netflix.
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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.
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