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WCP: ‘Sandman’ to Audible

Time to pivot to Listening Comics?

 

Jake + Mitch freak out over the latest Sandman news.  From a grade-A cast to the inclusion of the master Neil Gaiman himself, there’s much to be excited about.  With Audible going all-in on comic book audio drama, they can’t help but wonder what that means for the future of comic book entertainment.  A few questions arise:

 

– Is James McAvoy a good leading man?
– What will this audio experience mean for the long-awaited TV / Movie projects?
– Which comics will get the audio drama treatment next?

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Any way you slice it, Sandman is going to make waves through our headphones and, if they stick the landing, it’ll be monumental.

 

Be sure to give a listen, rate, and review!

HOSTS: @ThatJakeOwens + @MitchRoush 

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This post was last modified on June 17, 2020 9:48 pm

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