Last year, news broke that Netflix had greenlit a TV series based on The Sandman, Neil Gaiman’s popular fantasy series that helped launch the Vertigo comic book imprint and define a new era of boundary-pushing titles from DC.
After the record-breaking success of The Sandman’s debut audio production, it was only a matter of time until we’d all be dreaming again.
You never know where a dream is going to take you, something that readers of The Sandman are reminded of
This July, James McAvoy will give voice to all of our dreams.
What do dreams sound like? It’s a question that’s pretty confounding when you actually stop to consider it. But thanks to the good people at Audible, we may soon have our answer.
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