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The Sandman comic book series falls within the dark fantasy genre, albeit in a more contemporary and modern setting. Critic Marc Buxton described the book as a "masterful tale that created a movement of mature dark fantasy" which was largely unseen in previous fantasy works before it.[57] The comic book also falls into the genres of urban fantasy, epic fantasy, historical drama, and superhero. It is written as a metaphysical examination of the elements of fiction,[58] which Neil Gaiman accomplished through the artistic use of unique anthropomorphic personifications, mythology, legends, historical figures and occult culture, making up most of the major and minor characters as well as the plot device and even the settings of the story.[58] In its earliest story arcs, the Sandman mythos existed primarily in the DC Universe, and as such numerous DC characters made some appearances or were mentioned. Later, the series would reference the DCU less often, while continuing to exist in the same universe.[59]




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By 2001, the project had become stranded in development hell. In a Q&A panel at Comic-Con 2007, Gaiman remarked, "I'd rather see no Sandman movie made than a bad Sandman movie. But I feel like the time for a Sandman movie is coming soon. We need someone who has the same obsession with the source material as Peter Jackson had with Lord of the Rings or Sam Raimi had with Spider-Man."[89] That same year, he stated that he could imagine Terry Gilliam as a director for the adaptation: "I would always give anything to Terry Gilliam, forever, so if Terry Gilliam ever wants to do Sandman then as far as I'm concerned Terry Gilliam should do Sandman."[90] In 2013, DC President Diane Nelson said that a Sandman film would be as rich as the Harry Potter universe.[91] David S. Goyer announced in an interview in early December that he would be producing an adaptation of the graphic novel, alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Neil Gaiman. Jack Thorne was hired to write the script.[92] On October 16, 2014, Gaiman clarified that while the film was not announced with the DC slate by Warner Bros., it would instead be distributed by Vertigo and announced with those slate of films.[93] Goyer told Deadline Hollywood in an interview that the studio was very happy with the film's script.[94] According to Deadline.com, the film was to be distributed by New Line Cinema.[95] In October 2015, Goyer revealed that a new screenwriter was being brought on board to revise the script by Jack Thorne and stated that he believed the film would go into production the following year.[96] In March 2016, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Eric Heisserer was hired to rewrite the film's script.[97] The next day, Gordon-Levitt announced that he had dropped out due to disagreements with the studio over the creative direction of the film.[98][99] On November 9, 2016, i09 reported that Heisserer had turned in his draft of the script but left the film, stating that the film should be an HBO series instead.[100]


The Batman Family is focused heavily on the future consequences of the election of Mayor Nakano in Detective Comics Vol. 6 (Detective Comics #1028-1033) as the Magistrate comes into power. The world is very fleshed out and introduces major storylines like The Next Batman. Multiple writers including Stephanie Phillips (Harley Quinn), Gene Luen Yang (Batman/Superman), and Mariko Tamaki (Dark Detective) wrote books that tease the upcoming direction of their Infinite Frontier stories. Every book can be read in any order, but I believe this order will maximize enjoyment of the event. Future State Batman is full of little teases that make the universe feel more full if you notice how the books connect. Future State: Batman is collected in two series.


Dream is one of seven members of The Endless, each of whom embodies a different aspect of existence. The family also includes Destiny, Death, Destruction, Desire, Despair and Delirium. The Endless are immortal and predate nearly all lifeforms in the universe. They're also among the most powerful beings in the DC Universe, especially inside their respective realms.


The last few years have seen several other notable attempts at creating a more diverse comic universe, from the creation of the Jewish and lesbian Kate Kane (as Batwoman) and the Black and Hispanic Miles Morales (as Spider-Man), to the same-sex wedding of X-Men member Northstar. 041b061a72


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