Neil Gaiman's iconic series Sandman is finally turning into a series by Netflix.
The series has made several attempts to make it to screen, either in form of a feature film or a short series, but each time there was a hindrance of sorts, until now, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Netflix has made a deal with Warner Bros. and now a live-action series is a go, with sources revealing that this will be the most expensive show done by DC Entertainment.
Sandman follows Morpheus, an Endless - who is known as Dream - who is captured by a cult and held prisoner for 70 years. The series follows his escape, vengeance upon his captors and the rebuilding of his kingdom.
The comic is one of the first few graphic novels to have made it to the New York Times Best Seller list.
Allan Heinber, known for his work in Wonder Woman and Grey's Anatomy will write and work as the showrunner while Gaiman has taken on the role as executive producer alongside David Goyer.
There is no information about the episode count or a tentative release date for the series as of yet.