The Sandman: The series is online + your opinion!

D-Day to hypnotic ! Today, Netflix released the 10 episodes of the series that brings Neil Gaiman’s work to life, published between 1989 and 1996 in Vertigo, within the limits of the DC Comics universe. Where reckless And the Umbrella Academy, quotes from comics and Netflix often rhyme with disappointment. So, after subtracting lock and keyAnd the Buyer’s Legacy And the sweet toothWill the streaming platform return to a certain level of excellence? As usual, to avoid unpleasant surprises in the comments, please indicate at the beginning of your message which episode you are talking about. Thus, everyone will be able to experience this marathon day/weekend at their own pace. Good watch everyone!

Another world awaits us all when we close our eyes and sleep – a place called a dream, where the hypnotic man, the master of dreams, gives form to all our deepest fears and fantasies. But when Dream is unexpectedly captured and held for a century, his absence sets off a chain of events that will forever change the dream and waking worlds. Pour rétablir l’ordre, Dream doit voyager à travers différents mondes et chronologies pour réparer les erreurs qu’il a commises au cours de sa longue existence, revisitant de vieux amis et ennemis et rencontrant de nouvelles à nouvelles ique Along the way.

[SPOILERS – Commentaires au fil des épisodes – SPOILERS]

The Sandman Season 1 Episode 1 ‘Sleep of the Just’: Nice introduction! A captivating episode of this “Nom the Just” episode, which introduces us to a new world and clearly sets the stakes right from the start. Tom Sturridge’s voice, Charles Dance bottle, subtle artistic direction, serious tone without being fluent…almost flawless. We also regret the sequence of events that is a bit harsh at times, a usual flaw for pilots who must complete a full story in the least amount of time. The perception seems a bit flat looking at the base material, but since the visual effects-based sequences have such a great thing, they are quickly overlooked. Finally, what a team in the script! Neil Gaiman (hypnotic), Alan Heinberg (Young Avengers) and David S. gower (The Dark Knight). Inevitably, this immediately gives confidence. I only wish we knew why the palace members failed in their quest to liberate the dream. A century to find someone exposed for all to see, it can’t be complicated…

The Sandman Season 1 Episode 2 ‘Imperfect Hosts’: Raven, now a dragon? hypnotic We decided to break our hearts through the intervening creatures. It is little! The first real test of the series, moving into the 21st century. It is one thing to create a Gothic atmosphere in an old palace, and to maintain this atmosphere in modern cities is another. Taking care of your photography makes the transition fun. In the world of dreams, there are one or two green backgrounds that stand out quite a bit… but at least they are beautiful and tell something. It must be said that the series fascinates by ticking an inconspicuous box: making metaphorical entities believable, without falling into Grand Gyniolsk. (Note that this is a challenge that the Marvel Cinematic Universe will take on more and more, as the cosmic framework expands.) In short, a nice transition episode that has the advantage of going to the basics, with a hint of horrifying humor!

The Sandman Season 1 Episode 3 ‘Dream a Little Dream of Me’: Joanna Constantine in place! Several years after Matt Ryan played the super exorcist, it’s impossible not to smile from ear to ear upon hearing Jenna Coleman utter “pollux” and “love” in the middle of the Newcastle incident. In the words of Neil Gaiman – and rights issues aside – the ‘sex exchange’ of the character allows for a certain economy of cinematic means: this version of Constantine is a blank page, easy to introduce to novice viewers and left to climb and descend into the series, insofar as it maintains The actress herself for the engagement work, thus enhancing the female presence in these first episodes. Matthew Raven is excellent. Real voice and the voice of Patton Oswalt, the perfect narration! Ethel Krebs says the mascot kept her alive for 116 years… This gives a false impression that we are in the future (1916 + 10 + 116 = 2042 years minimum)!

The Sandman Season 1 Episode 4 ‘A Hope in Hell’: Needless to say, hell hypnotic It’s much more elegant than hell The devil ! The sets of this series are so luxurious, they are a constant pleasure to the eye. The best part is that Dream teleports from place to place without stopping, allowing us to see the country. Best psychic battle since corpsIt is, of course, the reference that cannot be bypassed on the subject. Can we imagine that all blows were allowed in the little mind game we witnessed… except for saying “I am the Creator”? Finally, hats off to David Thewlis, who has managed to impose himself amid all these supernatural characters, while content to play the role of Everyman. This is undoubtedly a talent!

The Sandman Season 1 Episode 524/7: Ah, the famous adaptation of Sandman #6… a successful bottle episode, although a bit long, between Twin Peaks For a surreal dinner atmosphere with a small screen that responds to events and The devil For the gratification of uncontrolled desires. With a good dose of blood. There are forces that it is better not to rub shoulders with, as Remus Lupine learns the hard way! However, his last speech rings hollow. Well, we live in a society, we get it. Well, it’s time to point out that John Dee – who is also a resident of Arkham Asylum – has had a great career as a DC Comics superhero, as Doctor Destiny. Fun fact: The actress who plays Judy Talbot is Daisy Head, the daughter of Anthony Head (Robert Giles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer).

The Sandman Season 1 Episode 6 ‘The Sound of Her Wings’: still ! With “The Sound of Her Wings” we are witnessing the merging of two great episodes into one. From Dream’s pouty cape to Johanna Constantine’s corset, everything was absolutely perfect in this What if…? supernatural. If “anthropomorphic avatars” Did you have fun with humans? There is enough to make an entire series with such a concept. Since the thing is probably too ambitious, we should just settle for it hypnoticAnd it is really very good! This episode highlights the following question: Why did no one save the dream while capturing it? Sure, there was a conspiracy against him, but that still didn’t explain why his Heaven and Earth Palace members didn’t move to find him.

The Sandman Season 1 Episode 7 ‘The Doll’s House’: It’s not complicated, “The Doll’s House” is by far the weakest link in the series. A long show about Rose Walker, whose state vortex, is on the verge of destroying the multiverse. And by the way, the lucid dreamer, the ability that can turn the universe upside down Sandman If it is used more widely. Upon arrival, we have a slight impression that Dream is making additions in his own series. I don’t know why, but the black humor about “the collectors” reminds me of it preacher. Perhaps the association of ideas is due to the Cassidy/Corinthian glasses. Unity Kincaid sparkles for a woman who crosses the century. Another case that shows that respecting a certain internal chronology is certainly not a priority for screenwriters. Finally, from Rose Walker to Luke Skywalker, there is only one step. For those who haven’t been following the casting commercials, it’s Mark Hamill who lent his voice to Mervyn Pumpkinhead!

The Sandman Season 1 Episode 8 ‘Playhouse’: at.

The Sandman series, season 1, episode 9, with subtitles at.

The Sandman Season 1 Episode 10 ‘Lost Hearts’: at.




serial hypnotic It was released on August 5, 2022 on Netflix, with Tom Sturridge (Dream), Vivian Achimbong (Lucian), Charles Dance (Roderick Burgess) Asim Choudary (Abel), Sanjeev Bhaskar (Cain), Boyd Holbrook (Corinthians) and Gwendolyn Christie (The devil).

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