A Wonder Woman 1984/Netflix Sandman Crossover With Asim Chaudhry?

Asim Chaudhry is a British comedian and actor best known for playing Chabuddy G in the BBC mockumentary series People Just Do Nothing. Originally a YouTube mockumentary about a pirate radio station, Kurupt FM, which he co-created with Hugo Chegwin, Steve Stamp, and Allan Mustafa, it was picked by BBC3, won him a Royal Television Society Award and he was nominated for two BAFTAs.

Bleeding Cool also enjoyed his appearance in Wonder Woman 1984, where he played Roger,  the British guy at the museum who is the first to get a wish from the Dreamstone but wastes it on a cup of coffee.

A Wonder Woman 1984/Netflix Sandman Crossover With Asim Chaudhry?
Asim Chaudhry – Netflix promo/Wonder Woman 1984 screencap

We have also noticed he has been cast playing Abel in the new Netflix Sandman series. We have also noted that the first arc of the Sandman comic, which the Netflix TV show is adapting, contains the very same Dreamstone…

A Wonder Woman 1984/Netflix Sandman Crossover With Asim Chaudhry?
Sandman comic

…that appears in Wonder Woman 1984.

A Wonder Woman 1984/Netflix Sandman Crossover With Asim Chaudhry?
Wonder Woman 1984 screencap

Which does beg the question… could this be an official crossover? Will the Dreamstone in Sandman look the same as it did in Wonder Woman 1984? And then… was Roger actually Abel? Son of Adam and Eve, host of the House Of Mystery, and walking the waking lands, getting a job in a museum research department and gaining a new appreciation for coffee? Just waiting for Cain – played by the great Sanjeev Bhaskar – to pop by and kill him again?

I mean, okay, probably not. But also… maybe? Why not catch up on some of his best bits first?

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About Rich Johnston

Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.
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