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Netflix’s ‘The Sandman’ Keeps the Spirit of Neil Gaiman’s Sweeping Comic Intact, Avoiding (Most Of) the Usual Streaming Pitfalls: TV Review

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Caroline Framke Chief TV CriticAs a newcomer to Neil Gaiman’s seminal comic book series “The Sandman” (cue diehard fans immediately clicking out of this review, and fair enough!), I came to Netflix’s adaptation with an open mind and curious eye.

Knowing this 1989 title had spawned onscreen spinoffs of “Sandman” characters — “Lucifer,” “Constantine,” etcetera — but never one of its own, it was hard not to wonder what about it might have made a live-action version so hard that it never happened until now.

As I went back and forth between the TV show and the original volumes, though, the difficulty that any production would have in tackling its scope became clearer — and made Netflix’s result more impressive, too.

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