Sandman & Why: Comic Creators With Special Thanks (SPOILERS)

Sandman & Why: Comic Creators With Special Thanks (SPOILERS)

A TV series on Netflix has a wealth of comic book creator credits to share. However, a) if you know the comic, it''s difficult to get spoiled by knowing that the comics will be in the TV show, and b) if you don''t know the comic, you''ll not know who they are to be spoilt. But, I guess, the main comic book credits are "based on DC Comic The Sandman by Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith, and Mike Dringenberg. The final

  • Episode 1: Paul Levitz, Joe Orlando, Jack Oleck, Nestor Redondo, Jack Sparling.
  • Episode 2: Gardner F Fox, Bob Haney, Paul Levitz, Joe Orlando, Jack Oleck, Nestor Redondo, Jack Sparling, Alex Toth, Mike Sekowsky, Mark Hanerfeld, Bill Draut
  • Episode 3: Stephen Bissette, Mike Carey, Steve Dillon, Gardner F Fox, John Ridgway, John Totleben, Len Wein, Chris Brunner, Jamie Delano, Garth Ennis, Richard Piers Rayner, Mike Sekowsky, Rick Veitch, Bernie Wrightson
  • Episode 4: Kelley Jones, Mike Sekowsky, Bernie Wrightson, Gardner F Fox, Malcolm Jones III, Len Wein,
  • Episode 5: Malcolm Jones III, Len Wein, Mike Sekowsky, Bernie Wrightson, Gardner F Fox
  • Episode 6: Jeffrey Catherine Jones, Steve Parkhouse, Rick Veitch, Stephen Bissette, Michael Zulli, Malcolm Jones III, John Totleben
  • Episode 7: Ross Andru, Mark Hanerfield, Jack Kirby, Jerry Ordway, Nestor Redondo, Dann Thomas, Alex Toth, Len Wein, Bill Draut, Malcolm Jones III, Paul Levitz, Joe Orlando, Joe Simon, Roy Thomas, Charles Vess, Bernie Wrightson
  • Episode 8: Ross Andru, Michael Fleisher, Jack Kirby, Jerry Ordway, Nestor Redondo, Dann Thomas, Len Wein, Chris Bachalo, Malcolm Jones III, Paul Levitz, Joe Orlando, Joe Simon, Roy Thomas, Bernie Wrightson
  • Episode 9: Ross Andru,, Malcolm Jones III, Paul Levitz, Joe Orlando, Joe Simon, Roy Thomas, Len Wein, Chris Bachalo, Jack Kirby, Jerry Ordway, Nestor Redondo, Dann Thomas, Charles Vess, Bernie Wrightson
  • Episode 10: Ross Andru, Malcolm Jones III, Paul Levitz, Joe Orlando, Len Wein, Bernie Wrightson, Kelley Jones, Jack Kirby, Jerry Ordway, Joe Simon, Roy Thomas, Marv Wolfman

What are the credits for? This is our best guesses, please feel free to make any modifications or corrections, and I''ll update the article and credit you.

  • Lucien the Librarian was created by Paul Levitz and Nestor Redondo and first appeared in #18 in 1975.
  • Gregory The Gargoyle was created by Jack Oleck and Jack Sparling in House of Mystery #175.
  • Cain was the "host" of the EC-style horror comic anthologies The House of Mystery which ran from the 1950s through the early 1980s and was created by Bob Haney, Jack Sparling and Joe Orlando, first appearing in #175 in 1968 written by Jack Oleck and was modelled on Len Wein.
  • Abel was the respective "host" of the EC-style horror comic anthology , which ran from the 1950s through the early 1980s, created by Mark Hanerfeld, Bill Draut, and Joe Orlando and first appeared in #4 in 1969. Mark Hanerfeld was the model for Abel.
  • Gardner F Fox is the co-creator of the Golden Age Sandman, whose first appearance was in 1939 in #40 and New York World''''s Fair Comics. He also co-created John Dee, Doctor Destiny with Mike Sekowsky for #5 in 1961.
  • Stephen Bissette, John Totleben and Rick Veitch are co-creators of John Constantine with Alan Moore, who first appeared in #37 and #3 in 1983.
  • Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson created Matt Cable who became Matthew The Raven, in #1 in 1972.
  • Alex Toth is the co-creator of The Hecate, the Three Witches for #1 in 1968, appearing in Sandman as The Fates.
  • Jamie Delano and John Ridgway created Chas Chandler in #1 in 1987.
  • Jamie Delano and Richard Piers Rayner created Astra and told the story of Newcastle in #11 in 1988, as well the first mention of Constantine''''s punk and Mucous Membrane, here renamed Muchas Membrane.
  • Steve Dillon and Garth Ennis created Renee Chandler in #49 in 1991 and Rick The Vic in #63 in 1993.
  • Chris Brunner drew #196 in 2004, written by Mike Carey, who also wrote and reworked the story of Astra in Hell.
  • Malcolm Jones III drew and co-created Death with Neil Gaiman and Mike Dringenberg, and inked and
  • Kelley Jones pencilled Sandman including and with Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.
  • Jeffrey Catherine Jones contributed to the Abel storey in #92 that introduced Swamp Thing. She also drew the Death solo story in Vertigo''''s in 1998.
  • Charles Vess drew the Sandman story,
  • Steve Parkhouse and Michael Zulli co-created Hob Gadling and joined Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III and Chris Bachalo in the storyline. Bachalo drew the Death mini-series written by Gaiman.
  • Jack Kirby and Joe Simon created the Sandman superhero character, Garrett Sanford in #1 from 1975.
  • Michael Fleisher wrote #2 to #6 of that series from 1975 to 1976.
  • Jerry Ordway, Dann Thomas and Roy Thomas created Hector Hall''''s Sandman in #25 in 1983,
  • Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas and Ross Andru created Lyta Hall for #300 in 1983.
  • Destiny was created by Marv Wolfman and Bernie Wrightson for #1 in 1972.

There are a few notable omissions. Alan Moore chooses not to be credited for his work-for-hire DC Comics, such as Constantine''s ex-New York boyfriend, and was created by Ming Doyle, James Tynion IV, and Riley Rossmo, but no credit for them. Sara Lance is also featured on the Arrowverse television shows, and there was no other episode of the team. And the Golden Age original Sandman was co-created by Bert Christman. Any more for

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