The Sandman, Vol. 4: Season of Mists
/Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Matt Wagner et al Acclaimed writer Neil Gaiman sends The Sandman on a journey into Hell in the hope of redeeming the soul of his old love. Instead of releasing the damned soul, though, Lucifer turns over all of Hell to the Lord of Dreams. Beginning with a prologue... show more
/Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Matt Wagner et al Acclaimed writer Neil Gaiman sends The Sandman on a journey into Hell in the hope of redeeming the soul of his old love. Instead of releasing the damned soul, though, Lucifer turns over all of Hell to the Lord of Dreams. Beginning with a prologue that introduces the Sandman's entire family, known as the Endless, this volume provides an excellent opportunity for new readers to enter the realm of the D
Publish date: March 10th 1999
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
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Series: The Sandman -3 (#4)
This is my favorite entry in the Sandman series so far! Here we learn a lot-for instance, all the supposed stand alone stories in Sandman 3: The Dream Country, were NOT all stand alones. Some of them do have connections that are referenced here. The introduction by the irascible Harlan Ellison ...
*Book source ~ Library From Goodreads: Volume Four of New York Times best selling author Neil Gaiman's acclaimed creation, with updated coloring and new trade dress. Ten thousand years ago, Morpheus condemned a woman who loved him to Hell. Now the other members of his immortal family, The Endless,...
I think maybe I'm not cover enough for The Sandman series. Or maybe I haven't read enough. In no way though does this detract from this graphic novel. It gives you nightmares, makes you think and reminds you what a genius Gaiman is. The idea of everyone coming back to 'life' from hell is very creepy...
Genre: Supernatural / Fantasy / Adventure Year Published: 1991 Year Read: 2012 Series: The Sandman #4 Publisher: Vertigo Comics After reading more of Neil Gaiman’s classic “Sandman” series, I never would have thought that the stories would get better and better and the fourth volume “Season ...