Every episode, Joe Fulgham and Sasja Smolders read through and discuss every scrap of delicious story in Neil Gaiman's classic "The Sandman" comic book series.
The Sandman #64 – The Kindly Ones 8
A week passes as Dream performs his duties, his sister Delirium visits, Rose Walker tells her diary about big news, The Corinthian and Matthew discover who took Daniel, a gatekeeper falls, Rose’s big news comes crashing down, and a funeral.
The Sandman #63 – The Kindly Ones 7
Thessaly (now Larissa) finds and protects Lyta, Morpheus receives a visit from Odin, ravens take flight, and Lyta at last meets The Kindly Ones.
The Sandman #62 – The Kindly Ones 6
Rose Walker journeys to Unity Kincaid’s nursing home in England and encounters three elderly women who tell her the strange tale of the children who flew away.
The Sandman #61 – The Kindly Ones 5
Lyta continues her journey, Rose visits a dying friend, the new Corinthian is given his first task, Nuala speaks with Titania, and Carla's investigation attracts the attention of a major player.
The Sandman #60 – The Kindly Ones 4
Remiel visits Lucifer, Hippolyta's loss of her son sends her into a world of madness and myth, Carla visits Rose Walker, and Dream completes a project.
The Sandman #59 – The Kindly Ones 3
Loki & Puck amuse each other while they work, Dream meets an old friend, curious change comes to the Endless, and a dissociated Lyta learns the fate of Daniel, leading to a decision.
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Fresh Ears on a Comics Classic
I didn’t know it, but I was looking for a good excuse to revisit The Sandman for a while. A read along podcast with two delightful, enthusiastic hosts is exactly what I needed. One brings the research, and the other an uncommonly intuitive insight into the subtext. If you’ve never read The Sandman before, or if you’re just looking for a reason to do it again, this is your time.
If you’re new to Sandman, this is the podcast you need. The series is so thick with references and allusions that it’s hard to catch them all. Joe does a great job of highlighting the most interesting and relevant details that you might have missed.
If Sandman is an old friend, you will love Sasha’s sparkling enthusiasm as she reads each issue for the first time.
Together, their observations and conversations are a terrific complement to Neil Gaiman’s fantastic and fantastical work.