Sand sellerslive-action TV series based on above Neil Gaiman’s Dark Fantasy DC Comics Series of the same name, premiering on Netflix on Friday. 10 episodes of the first season takes viewers on a journey through the far corners of the land of dreams, through the gates of hell and the waking world of the mortal realm as Dream (Tom Sturridge) rebuilds his land more than a century of captivity on Earth.
Fans of the series were surprised to reveal the 11th volume which includes adaptations of two beloved indie stories from Sand sellers humor. The first is a cartoon about “Dream of a Thousand Cats”, the 18th issue of the original manga. Collected in the third volume of Sand sellers“Dream Country,” the issue follows the story of a small white cat called to sneak out one night to attend a secret meeting in a graveyard, where a Siamese cat recounts the story of how she She meets the Dream Lord (in the form of a cat) who tells her the secret history and feud between cats and humans.
The animated story will also feature a host of guest stars lending their vocal talents Sand sellersincluding James McAvoy (who specifically played Dream in sound adaptation), Sandra Oh (New Year’s Eve Killing), and Neil Gaiman he himself.
The second story in the bonus volume is a real-life adaptation of “Calliope,” in the comics, right before “Dream of a Thousand Cats” in issue 17. Takes its name from one of the nine people in Greek mythology. , the film tells the story of Richard Madoc (do Which doctor?by Arthur Darville), a writer who brutally enslaved Calliope to advance his own artistic ambitions and write great works.
While the bonus episode was not previously announced and came as a surprise to most people, Neil Gaiman implied that the show adapted “Dream of a Thousand Cats” in one form or another when asked what his favorite issue is Sand sellers was in an interview for Netflix’s Favorite Week event. However, “Calliope” is a bit more of a (disturbing) surprise.