Gaiman Answers Alan Moore/Johanna Constantine Question in The Sandman

Gaiman Answers Alan Moore/Johanna Constantine Question in The Sandman

OK, first? Netflix''s adaptation from creator, producer, producer, producer, and producer Neil Gaiman (); EP, co-writer, and publisher David Goyer () is scoring with critics in a very large way. And one person who''s been making sure all of social media understand this is Gaiman, who has been sharing and commenting on all of the "review love" that''s been coming to the streaming series'' way. But that doesn''t mean he did not have a moment to

"I don''t believe Alan has any interest in John Constantine longer," Gaiman said. "But I talked to some of the other actors of the character, yes, and they loved the idea of a new Constantine for 2022 based on the original Lady Joanna," Gaiman said. "But I saw them on the back of some of the questions surrounding Johanna Constantine, and if he spoke with Moore prior.

Alan does not believe that he is interested in John Constantine longer, but I spoke to some of the other characters, yes, and they were well-known for the idea of a new Constantine for 2022, based on Lady Joanna.

Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) August 5, 2022

Here''s a look back at what Gaiman had to shareabout Coleman''s Johanna Constantine, as well as another surprise at the end: a sneak peek at Constantine and Dream initially meeting in modern times:

In the Sandman world, where Morpheus escapes from captivity in 2022, she''s the current embodiment of the Constantine life force.

Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) August 3, 2022

Yes, we thought it.

Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) on August 3, 2022

I''m completely certain that she isn''t a gender-swapped John. She''s also a Constantine.

Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) August 3, 2022

"I think Jenna Coleman is the best Constantine on screen so far, and she is weirdly somehow the truest, because she both has the humor, and the attractiveness, and that sleazy, miserable quality. You know that if you fall in love with her, you are dead and demon-fodder." #TheSandman #TheSandman

OswinColeman (@Oswin_Coleman) August 2, 2022

Here''s a look behind the scenes at how the streaming series made the leap from the page to the screen:

After that, a scene from Episode 6 shows Death (Kirby Howell-Baptiste) seeking the help of an elderly violinist: In this first clip from the series (Episode 4,) Dream (Tom Sturridge) takes to Hell to retrieve his stolen Helmet of Dreams from one of the demons of Lucifer (and keep an eye on some familiar faces appearing).

Here''s how Netflix''s official trailer for the series currently streaming:

The Sandman follows Morpheus, the Dream King, as he mends the cosmic and human mistakes he''s made during his incredible existence.

Tom Sturridge, Gwendoline Christie, Vivienne Acheampong, and Mason Alexander Park are stars on Netflix, including Asim Chaudhry, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Mason Alexander Park, Donna Preston, Jenna Coleman, Niamh Walsh, Joely Richardson, Kyo Ra, Razane Jammal, Sandra James Young, Patton Oswalt, and Mark Hamill.

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