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Help me, I'm sexually attracted to both "Sandman" and Corinthians

While watching The Sandmanon Netflix, one nagging question haunted me. Tom Sturridge's hot goth emo Sandman orBoyd Holbrook's disturbingly sexy villain Corinthian? Did you want to see it, or did you give up your eyes (and your life) to ruin the one-night stand 'Corinthians'? The Sandman: The Sandman: 16}  Is it the classic Lord of Dreams or is it bad eyes that have to wear sunglasses all the time because their eyes are tiny little mouths full of teeth!?!?

Call me crazy , call me horny or lonely. it is what it is. I spent more time pondering this part ofSandmanthan I did John Dee's (David Thewlis) diner takeover. You have to decide if Dream or Corinthian is hotter.

Netflix's The Sandman is based on Neil Gaiman's comic book series of the same name. The title refers to Dream, aka Morpheus, an immortal being responsible for creating our dreams and nightmares, and rules the Dreaming, where we humans go when we sleep. Yume is captured by an occultist trying to catch her sister's death (Kirby Howell-Baptiste). A century later, when Dream finally escapes, he must embark on a journey to find his three stolen power totems. But he has another problem. A rebel nightmare called The Corinthian is unleashing chaos on the world, murdering people and encouraging others to do so.

In Gaiman's comic universe, Dream is portrayed like a particularly emo version of his Robert Smith in The Cure, with The Corinthian wearing his trademark sunglasses and eerie grin on every panel. take over. While reading the comics, I didn't find either of them to be "hot" per se, but rather engaging avatars of the larger subject.However, on Netflix The Sandman

Tom Sturridge in 'The Sandman.'
Photos: Netflix

On the one hand, there is the dream of milky white skin and black hair of squid ink. He has an otherworldly appearance that borders on sickly. I mean, all I want to do is spoon-feed him soup while he recites John Keats between sighs. Betraying such power. It's responsible for every sex dream you've ever had: hot, bizarre, and borderline-busting. That means he has the power to come up with all sorts of sexy situations that he would never have thought of himself. Do Dreams even have sex? Or is he some kind of asexual god?In The Sandman we learn that he was once in love with a woman named Nada (Deborah Oyelade). So passion is possible! But he let her down in her hell. So it may not be a good idea to lust after the King of Dreams. Maybe he's a seemingly untouchable, heart-pounding person.

In Corinthians…

The Corinthian (Boyd Holbrook) in 'The Sandman'
Photo: Netflix

I see. Having a puny chopper instead of an eye and his state of being obsessed with killing people foreyes and that I don't like characters like that sexually You shouldn't be attracted.I get it all. But Boyd Holbrook throws his whole proverbial cat into this performance: He tears the line his reading like a barbecue-starved man. Nothing remains on the bone. And it's sexy.

Additionally,Sandman reveals that Corinthians enjoy sleeping with their prey. He openly flirts with Mark and hooks up with guys within seconds of meeting them. His sexual frenzy suggests that if you date Corinthian, you are guaranteed a good time. He may die after that, but there are worse ways. (And in this universe Kirby Howell Baptiste takes you to the afterlife. That's good!)

So both Dream and The Corinthian are hot. Sandman I especially like Dream's leather look in Episode 4, Hope in Hell, and how Corinthian wears a sharp-cut suit. Both are sexy characters. One is sexy because he's so angry, so tortured, and potentially violent. The other is Corinthian, so it's sexy.

Ultimately, it doesn't matter which Sandman character is more appealing, they're both there to have fun.