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Socially Distanced #120: The Sandman Review

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Welcome dreamers, collectors and vortexes to Socially Distanced’s review of the hit Netflix series, The Sandman.

Hosts Al Mannarino and Bill Bodkin are joined by their favorite childless millennial and Pop Break senior writer Alisha Weinberger and Bill’s longtime (and long suffering) friend Ed Chang to discuss the adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s famously “undapatable” comic series.

The quartet of dreamers discuss the show’s previous, rumored adaptations (including the scrapped Joseph Gordon-Levitt version) of The Sandman, their love for (the character) Death, the perfect casting (in particular Tom Sturridge as Dream and Boyd Holbrook as The Corinthian), the Doctor Who influences (and whether they’re intentional), the tremendous guest stars, the infamous diner episode and cereal convention, a potential second season and what tickles Alisha Weinberger’s fancy about this entire series.

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