The Sandman, Vol. 8: Worlds' End
Featuring the popular characters from the award-winning Sandman series by Neil Caiman, THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS reveals the legend of the Endless, a family of magical and mythical beings who exist and interact in the real world. Born at the beginning of time, Destiny, Death, Dream, Desire,... show more
Featuring the popular characters from the award-winning Sandman series by Neil Caiman, THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS reveals the legend of the Endless, a family of magical and mythical beings who exist and interact in the real world. Born at the beginning of time, Destiny, Death, Dream, Desire, Despair, Delirium, and Destruction are seven brothers and sisters who each lord over their respective realms. In this highly imaginative book that boasts a diverse styles of breathtaking art, these seven peculiar and powerful siblings each reveal more about their true being as they star in their own tales of curiosity and wonder. THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS was the first comic graphic novel to be listed on the "NY Times Best-seller list. SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.
Publish date: July 16th 1999
Pages no: 168
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Urban Fantasy
, Short Stories
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
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, Comic Book
Series: The Sandman -3 (#8)
When you start having dreams that you're in the world of the book you're reading, the author's doing something right.
Genre: Supernatural / Fantasy / Adventure Year Published: 1993 Year Read: 2012 Series: The Sandman #8 Publisher: Vertigo Comics Now just looking at the title of this volume “The Sandman: Worlds’ End,” you might be thinking that this might be the last volume of Neil Gaiman’s fantastic “Sandman...
Hints at the conclusion of the series wonderfully and my appetite for the Kindly ones is thoroughly whetted.
It's impossible to know what to expect in the Sandman series. Such great characters and fantastic storylines. Thoroughly entertaining.
Sure, it's a stopgap - a sort of foreshadowing of terrible things that'll be coming in the next volume - but it's also a delightful one. Gaiman takes on the traditional storytelling structures and delves even deeper into the fundamental building blocks of what it is to tell a story, creating a Russ...