'Sandman': Cain, Abel and Goldie Featured in New Series Posters;  Check out!

Based on the iconic comic book saga created by Neil Gaiman, ‘Sandman‘ is finally available on Netflix.

Set in a fantastical universe, the plot explores how dreams and nightmares intersect after Morpheus (Tom Sturridge) breaks free from prison after nearly a century and encounters mythical creatures such as Lucifer himself (Gwendoline Christie).

In the second episode of the plot, Morpheus meets with Cain and Abel to take from them a gift that was the fruit of his creation: a gargoyle named Gregory, who tormented nightmares before joining the biblical characters.

Weakened after a century of imprisonment, the Lord of Dreams says he needs to drain Gregory’s energy to regain some of his powers.

He later presents the brothers with a gargoyle egg, giving birth to little Goldie.

And the Netflix released individual posters highlighting the trio.

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On social media, audiences are lavishing praise on the fidelity to the source material, as well as the performances, visual effects and fluid and thought-provoking narrative.

In fact, some even said that this is the most faithful adaptation of a comic to live-action.

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sandman‘ is the most popular creation of Neil Gaiman and is centered on the mythical being Sonho, part of a group known as Os Perpétuos or Os Sem Fim. As its name implies, the protagonist of the comics reigns over the world of dreams. The plot begins when he escapes his captivity, which lasted 70 years, and finds his kingdom dilapidated in the present day.

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The cast still has Vivienne Acheapong (Lucienne), Boyd Holbrook (Corinthian), Charles Dance (Roderick Burgess), Asim Chaudhry (Abel), Sanjeev Bhaskar (Cain), Kirby Howell-Baptiste (Death), Mason Alexander Park (Desire), Donna Preston (Despair), Jenna Coleman (Johanna Constantine), Niamh Walsh (Ethel Cripps) and Joely Richardson (Ethel).

Allan Heinberg (‘Wonder Woman’) is the showrunner of the series.

DC’s Vertigo comic book imprint originally published the series between 1989 and 1996, with several additional series arriving in 2009 and between 2013 and 2015.

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