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Discussion in 'TV Board' started by JohnLocke, Jun 6, 2022.
I hope this gets a shitload of viewers because it looks like something that costs so much that Netflix will cancel it with the quickness if it doesn't.
This looks wild as hell. They really went all out
The books are great. Super excited about this.
Bump. It's good. Watch it.
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Watched two episodes so far and really enjoying it
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I've watched five episodes so far. This is definitely one of the best things Netflix has done.
It's amazing what happens when you take great source material and actually adapt it properly. So glad they had Gaiman consult.
Enjoyed first episode. Love an hour episode instead of these 34 minute junkers from Disney that are 26 minutes after credits.
Is Dream this dull/emotionless in the books? Every other character is great and he’s just awful to me.
It's pretty accurate to the comics.
It’s his fucking voice.
I just started episode 3
So are they making Johanna like John’s cousin or is she just the Constantine in this realm? Not sure if it’s explained but it’s not that big of a deal just curious. I know she’s show exclusive and the original appears later in the comics. I figured they wouldn’t be able to use his character for a Netflix series.
Basically a replacement from what Gaiman has said.
Watched the main trailer for this one last night and tbh the CGI looked very cheap and corny. And I'm not normally one to pick at that but the trailer looked cheap, makeup/wardrobes looked cheap.... is the show good? Does the final product come off as cheap looking?
It’s really good. The graphics and everything look good to me but the acting and everything is great. Tons of good actors in it.
I personally thought the CGI was fine. Wasn't the best I've ever seen on tv but far from the worst. Especially given how behind all the visual effects studios are.
As for the show itself I loved it. But I'm also a fan of the comics so not sure if that makes more bias or not.
She was definitely one of the best parts of the show.
Lot of people are asking for a spin-off show for her Constantine. I hope it happens.
The trailer makes it look like shit, almost didn’t watch after seeing it. Thankfully the show comes off way better.
I thought I read where they’re looking at an HBO Constantine series but not her. Prolly axed with all the new stuff going on there
Yeah that was a rumor a while back but haven't heard anything about it lately.
I assume it hit the chopping block with all the other DC content
I always thought it was weird this show wasn't on HBO in the first place but maybe it's a good thing now. That guy that took over seems like a fucking idiot.
Loving it as a fan of he audiobooks but my wife (who tbc also is enjoying it) opined that every time Dream does his pouty face it looks like he’s slurping spaghetti and has started shouting “SPAGHETTI!!” every time he does it.
That would be my one complaint is he's a little bit emo where in the comic I felt he was more menacing I guess is the right word. I don't know. But that character was always going to be nearly impossible to completely pull off.
1 episode in and I’m digging it. Never read this series but I loved other stuff Gaiman does
It's his best work in my opinion. If you like his other stuff I definitely recommend checking it out.
Through 5 and really enjoying. Episode 5 is fucking wild
Episode 6 is my favorite episode but 5 might be one of the crazier things I've seen. Was a really cool episode.
i didn’t understand why at the end
everyone was cutting their hands off and killing themselves.
I think he made them.
ya it just didnt make any sense. Like making everyone tell the truth and the fallout from that made sense but then that part was like what the fuck
I'm guessing it's just because the ruby corrupts.
they rejected his premise that 100% honesty made the world better and he decided to punish them for it.
i do like that 100% honesty just means everyone fucks
Just finished Episode 6
really really dug this episode about Dream's sister Death and the whole Dream meeting his "friend" every one hundred years stuff.
Was my favorite episode personally.
Finished it and really enjoyed it. Hoping for a season 2, but it’s Netflix so who knows.
It's done pretty good I think. I'll be pretty salty if it doesn't get another season.
I thought the performances by Rose and Luta were very stilted in places, almost like they were reading of cue cards. Other than that I really liked it. Hoping for a season two.
24/7 is one hell of a bottle episode
It’s got an 87 on RT. That’s usually where comic fans go to trash adaptations. I googled it and they’re writing season 2 but no confirmation of renewal yet.
Dream not showing up to the rendezvous because he was imprisoned in Burgess' basement totally hit me in the feels
I just love how he grows over the years and their relationship grows. Also cool seeing how humanity is evolving.
I enjoyed how it ISN’T. The arguments you overhear by the bar patrons never change.
24/7 is like a twightlight zone ep on steroids
2 episodes watched. This show is really weird. I can't say it is great. I can't say it is bad. Gonna keep watching for now.
And at least a little gay.