The Sandman, Vol. 7: Brief Lives
Written by Neil Gaiman; Art by P. Craig Russell, Bryan Talbot, Shawn McManus, Jill Thompson and others The critically acclaimed THE SANDMAN: FABLES AND REFLECTIONS continues the fantastical epic of Morpheus, the King of Dreams, as he observes and interacts with an odd assortment of historical and... show more
Written by Neil Gaiman; Art by P. Craig Russell, Bryan Talbot, Shawn McManus, Jill Thompson and others The critically acclaimed THE SANDMAN: FABLES AND REFLECTIONS continues the fantastical epic of Morpheus, the King of Dreams, as he observes and interacts with an odd assortment of historical and fictional characters throughout time. Featuring tales of kings, explorers, spies, and werewolves, this book of myth and imagination delves into the dark dreams of Augustus Caesar, Marco Polo, Cain and Abel, Norton I, and Orpheus to illustrate the effects that these subconscious musings have had on the course of history and mankind.
Publish date: January 1st 1995
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: The Sandman -3 (#7)
This entry in the series was different from the others in that the entire volume was the continuation of one story-the search for the missing member of the Endless-Destruction. We also get to see the final story of Orpheus, Dream's (Morpheus') son. It was a very sad note to end on, or was it? I fe...
Perhaps the best so far, this is the family drama volume. Delirium is sheer visual pleasure and a contrast to the always somber Morpheus. More back story on Morpheus and Orpheus; much loss and sadness, well-portrayed and emotionally deep.
Genre: Supernatural / Adventure / Fantasy Year Published: 1993 Year Read: 2012 Series: The Sandman #7 Publisher: Vertigo Comics After reading the sixth volume of Neil Gaiman’s famous “Sandman” series, I just had to keep reading more and more of this fantastic series! For the past six volumes...
This was so good! Delirium was quite the character.
When Delirium decided to find The Endless's long-lost brother, Destruction, she decided to ask her elder brother and sisters for help. I like Dream and Delirium energy and casual chat. It is so hilarious when Delirium acts like a bratty, whiny and noisy little sister and Dream acts like a mature old...