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The True Story Of The Sandman's Sleeping Sickness Of 1916

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Warning: SPOILERS for The Sandman In the premiere episode of The Sandman, the capture of Dream of the Endless (Tom Sturridge) causes a global sleeping sickness, which is based on an event that happened in real life.

Executive producer Neil Gaiman's long-awaited adaptation of his beloved DC Comics graphic novels adapts the first two collected volumes, Preludes and Nocturnes and The Doll's House.

The sleepy sickness happens in the first chapter, which introduces Dream as well as his captor, Roderick Burgess (Charles Dance).

Burgess, the self-styled Magus, is a British warlock who intended to apprehend Dream's sister, Death (Kirby Howell-Baptiste), and force her to restore his dead son to life as well as grant Roderick immortality.

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