From Chipperish Media comes Endless, a podcast about the D.C. Universe character the Sandman as he was envisioned by Neil Gaiman for the comics and the Netflix TV show. Story expert and NYT bestselling novelist Lani Diane Rich and Alisa Kwitney, former DC/Vertigo editor and critically acclaimed author, will bring their experience and expertise to this fun podcast about dreams... and the dreamless.
Eyeball Sushi (S1.07 "The Doll's House")
“We have a code.”
Lani and Alisa talk about the value of adaptive choices as we move from one narrative to the next with “The Doll’s House” (S1.7)
BONUS: In The Gutter
Due to a recording hiccup, we'll be bringing you our response to The Sandman #7, "The Doll's House," next week. But as a bonus, here is an episode of Lani's comic book podcast "In The Gutter," where it's all bangers, all the time. We hope you enjoy it!
Do You Know Who I Am? (S1.06 “The Sound of her Wings”)
“Do you know who I am?”
Lani and Alisa are looking at Death from both sides now as they look at the amazing warm transition from Sandman’s mini-seasons in “The Sound of her Wing.”
To Tell You the Truth… (S1.05 "24/7")
“Can I get you a cup of coffee while we wait for our dreams to come true?”
It’s time to see how brutal honesty can be as Alisa and Lani hang out in a diner for “24/7,” ep. #5 of Netflix’s The Sandman S1.
Room for One More (S1.04 "A Hope in Hell")
“There’s one at the door… and room for one more.”
Lani and Alisa love rhyming demons and complicated creeps as they talk about “A Hope in Hell.”
Bonus: Interview with former Vertigo editor Shelly Bond
Hey, y'all! Here is a bonus episode of Alisa talking with Shelly Bond. Shelly was an editor at Vertigo for 20 years, and worked on Sandman as well as many other books. Shelly is brilliant and fun and we know you'll love listening in on the reminiscences. Enjoy, and we'll be back on Friday with our response to "A Hope in Hell."