Is Kino or cringe?
Trannies pushed this so hard. It's terrible. Now it's just as forgotten as s8 of GOT.
the creator of the comic dosent understand his own work ,Bad music and casting 4/10
I think Neil Gaiman has clocked out and is just on autopilot
Gaiman's only good at novels
There are some sequences that could've been better. For instance, here's how the John Dee hitchhiking thing went in the comics. In the show, John lets her go. It worked because John's actor was great but the entire show just felt too soft and a little goofy.
How is that better?
They tried to make everyone on the show likable and cool. Felt like a hugbox fantasy for kids.
Can some comic/graphic novel fag explain to me the seemingly random use of bold type that always pops up. It rarely emphasises meaningful words
It's supposed to indicate a deep/rough/otherworldly voice, and also who is talking without showing their face in every panel. Morpheus himself has black word balloons with white text.
and you don't even want to see the visual migraine that makes up Delirium's text. View with caution.
It shows the character's speech pace anon
You have to "slow down" to read bold words
Sandman is kind of unadaptable. It's not too far off the source material all things considered but it comes across pretty bland.
And Patton Oswalt as the Crow is the worst thing.
>Patton Oswalt as the Crow is the worst thing.
I thought it worked, because his nasally voice already kind of sounds like a caw.
It's pretty Bad.
No one likes black women.
There I said it.
you simply don't feel it it's like being numb
Loved the diner episode, forgot the rest.
The Hob Gadling segment was perfection.
Appropriate name, I kept falling asleep. Same thing happened when I tried to read the comics.
it should've been made in the 90 with rock music
it's awful and grotesque
the first episode is the only good one
>I am Super Powerman Infinity Invincible Deluxe
>Oh yeah? I'm Super Powerman Infinity Invincible Deluxe Ultra +Double Infinity
>aw fuck, you win.
This is a good example why the series fails. The series has to make it a gigantic moment with swelling music, dramatic reactions and even a "come on... get UP damit!", but in the comic itvwas beautiful because it was pretty simple. Dream states the hope-thing in a matter of fact and afterwards the demon tries to think of something before going "I don't know". Series was trying too hard.
That's the only scene I've seen from it and I couldn't stop laughing at how fucking stupid and pretentious it was.
they turned a show for men into a show for liberal woman
The israeli creators switched from trying to make money to trying to make demoralization propaganda.
The undying man episode was great
Yes, totally. The best episode of the season.
Why is historical England like half black though
History is a whitewash
Oy vey stop noseticing the boiling water, frog!
It was, but that was one half of one episode lol. An entire season of shit except for the 24 Hours Diner episode and 30 minutes of Hob Gadling
It starts good.
Then, it becomes a Hallmark show. And a meh tier Hallmark show.
Cringe but I liked the Corinthian and the lady serial killer was hot
>Cringe but I liked the Corinthian
Oh yeah, his actor fucking nailed it.
>every demon is black
what did they mean by this
This could have been an extremely kino show if it was non-pozzed. Such a shame. They couldn't just adapt the leftist stuff that Neil already put in the story, they had to make everything disgusting. I remember back when I read the books there was a trans storyline that was very well done and heartbreaking. They'll probably do it in season 2 but who cares. Nothing about how this show was done is tasteful.
For example in pic related, this is only 2 pages, but as you can see in Death's panels while she's listening to Dream explaining why he's depressed and what's happened so far, she goes on her own little adventure in the background.
However if you watch the adaption of this scene, she just sits across from him: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iPET2C_jWw
In the comics this is our introduction to Death and besides telling a joke from Mary Poppins she hasn't said anything because she's listening to Dream. But between that joke and watching her wordlessly walk around behind him, checking out people, playing with roses and finally putting one in her hair before laying down next to him, we learn a lot about the youthful, carefree nature of the character. Without any dialogue.
The show is sorely lacking visual storytelling.
You know, I'm a defender of the show, because it's almost word for word the same as the comics, but you have a completely legit point about the visual storytelling. There are times they do well with it (Dream's imprisonment), but they dropped the ball here.
Ruined by too many black women. You end up with a scene where three (3) black women are talking down to Dream. With a proper non-pozzed casting this would have been a great fantasy show.
It's kino. Anyone who says otherwise didn't read the comics or is a fake fan.
>acting like there weren't gay people in the comics
>Reading comprehension whats that?
What the fuck is the point of that parentheses block, it's like it's put there by the editor to appease the crazies in the audience so they don't cry 'bigot' at the publisher.
The whole page is describing what Desire is, so the statement itself isn't out of place, it's just odd that it's in parentheses.
Didn't this show get canceled and then uncanceled? Something about laughably bad ratings
>another story of mythology/fantasy characters dealing with their endless schemes in modern day background
I hate Gayman and his gay work, Didi was the only thing I looked towards and even then I got disappointed.
cringe leftist garbage. /leftypol/ and lereddit love it of course. leftist twitter had a collective orgasm.
that said, read the comics. much better. even though the guy is a freakazoid leftist, he at least made the comics decent for what they are.
Did anybody else think the actor for Dream was fucking awful? All I saw was praise from both critics and fans for him and it honestly made me feel crazy, I thought he was trying way too hard. Dream in the comic felt very unemotional (with exceptions obviously), enigmatic and sometimes even cruel but the actor kind of felt like he was afraid of anybody watching even a single scene and thinking he's not acting hard enough in it. Like he was telegraphing every single emotion in the most obvious way, even though Dreams emotions shouldn't be obvious if that makes sense. I think this needed an actor who wasn't afraid to "underact" some scenes, sort of like Gosling in Blade Runer 2049.
Also he kept making the Zoolander face and it drove me nuts.
Yes, every single other redditor on this board. He was actually a great Dream.
He seemed cold enough to me. Any particular scene you're thinking of? Spot on about the Zoolander face, that's hilarious.
Only scene I can think of was when he killed the gargoyle, which admittably wasn't in the comic, but from the dialogue Cain and Abel had it fehlt like we were supposed to not know for sure what Dreams feelings about killing it were when it was pretty obvious he was torn up about it. Admittably not a great example, maybe it was just the Zoolander face that did it for me.
But he cute
People have shit themselves over this "artwork" in the past, but it's always been pretentious dogshit. Now it's pretentious dogshit specifically made to poke you in the eye and call you an asshole for not worshipping it as a gay cultural monolith.
Cringe except for 1 extremely kino episode.
Sandman's my favorite comic of all time and I couldn't stand the series. It was woke, and the second half made it clear they had run out of budget. I dropped it on the second to last episode after I realized I had been listening to pure exposition and closeup shots for the last episode and a half.
watch episode 4
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