Wesley Dodds

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Sandman (DC Comics Silver Age) - Fictional Character Biography - Wesley Dodds
... Wesley Dodds is the first DC Comics fictional character to bear the name of the Sandman ... Attired in a green business suit, fedora, and gas mask, the Sandman uses a gun emitting a sleeping gas to sedate criminals ...
Sandman (Wesley Dodds) - In Other Media - Television
... Nightshade, a character visually inspired by Wesley Dodds/Sandman, appeared in the episodes "Ghost in the Machine" (ep ... a former crime fighter in Central City, returns to action teaming up with The Flash (John Wesley Shipp) to stop a villain from the 1950's called The Ghost (Anthony Starke ... Wesley Dodds appeared in the two-hour special episode of Smallville entitled "Absolute Justice" portrayed by Ken Lawson ...
Sandman Midnight Theatre
... characters called the Sandman, Dream and Wesley Dodds, encounter each other ... The following issue of The Sandman's regular series was #72, in which Dodds appeared out of costume as an epilogue to the events in this book ... Dodds uses a murder case as an excuse to follow her, and he finds her working at a church's soup kitchen ...
Sandman (Wesley Dodds)
... Sandman (Wesley Dodds), is a fictional character, a superhero who appears in comic books published by DC Comics ... anthropomorphic embodiment of dreams) was popular, DC revived Dodds in Sandman Mystery Theatre, a pulp/noir series set in the 1930s ... Wizard Magazine ranked Wesley Dodds among the Top 200 Comic Book Characters of All Time, and he is the oldest superhero in terms of continuity to appear on the list ...

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