Independent artist Andrea Chiampo gave Netflix The Sand seller fans a look at another inhabitant of Dream Castle.
The artist uploaded an image of the Red Wyvern, one of the palace guardians and one of his beautiful creations, to Twitter. Beyond sand man, Chiampo contributed concept art and ideas for the video game frame offset, the film The house with a clock in its walls and the TV series What we do in the shadows.
The Sandman is praised by critics and fans
Based on the iconic and award-winning comic book series of the same name by Neil Gaiman, The sand man debuted in August and its first season consisted of 11 episodes. It tells the story of the personification of dreams, who has been trapped for over a century in Sir Roderick Burgess’ basement after the man attempted to capture Dream’s sister, Death. After his release, Dream strives to regain his incredible powers and repair the damage done to his kingdom and the waking world.
The show did extremely well upon release, racking up over 127 million viewing hours in its first week. It also received praise from critics and fans of the classic comics; however, Netflix did not renew The sand man for a second season at the time of writing. According to Gaiman, however, the chances of a renewal for the fantasy drama are “increasing every day.” The author also explained that Netflix’s slow decision on the show’s future could, in part, be down to the way people were watching. The sand man. “Sand seller Season 1 was released on August 5. Data collection has only just finished – and is complicated by the fact that many people don’t binge watch it, but stream it, letting episodes sink in before watching the next one,” he said. he writes on Twitter.
The sand manThe critical success and popularity of has sparked discussions about spin-off series. Most notably, many are calling for a spinoff that focuses on the life of Johanna Constantine, the occult detective who helps Dream get her sandbag back. Jenna Coleman, the actress behind the character, revealed in a recent interview that The sand manThe showrunners are on board, stating, “they seem to think it would be a good idea.”
Developed by David S. Goyer, Allan Heinberg and of course, Gaiman, The sand man stars Tom Sturridge as Dream, Kirby Howell-Bapiste as Death, Charles Dance as Sir Burgess, Ferdinand Kingsley as Hob Gadling, Gwendoline Christie as Lucifer Morningstar, Vivienne Acheampong as Lucienne and Patt Oswalt as Matthew the Raven. The series is available to stream on Netflix.