The Sandman by Neil Gaiman
Endless Nights

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Joined by a dream team of artists from around the world, Neil Gaiman—the Hugo Award-winning, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of AMERICAN GODS and CORALINE—returns to the beloved characters he made famous in THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS. Alternately haunting, bittersweet, erotic and nightmarish, the seven stories in this book—one for each of the Endless siblings, each illustrated by a different artist—reveal strange secrets and surprising truths. In addition to the seven tales of the Endless, THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS includes a biography section in the spirit of the Sandman collections (designed by Dave McKean) and a summary of each volume in the Sandman Library.
 

About Neil Gaiman

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Neil Gaiman is the nationally bestselling author of The Graveyard Book, the only book ever to win both the Newbery and the Carnegie Medals. He lives near Minneapolis, MN. You can visit him online at www.mousecircus.com.Michael Reaves is an Emmy Award-winning television writer and novelist who has written, story-edited, or produced nearly four hundred teleplays for various series. He lives in California. You can visit him online at www.michaelreaves.com.
 
Published November 21, 2011 by Vertigo. 160 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Arts & Photography, Erotica. Fiction

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Now that he's a bestselling fantasy novelist, Gaiman returns to the comics series that made his reputation with this new volume of seven gorgeously illustrated stories. Gaiman specializes in in

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The Sandman: Endless Nights by Neil Gaiman 160pp, Titan, £24.99 The Sandman: King of Dreams by Alisa Kwitney 177p, Titan, £24.99 In 1988, a new monthly comic came out that took an old DC character called the Sandman and transformed him into Morpheus, also known as Dream.

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If there's an heir to the comics writing tradition of Neil Gaiman's Sandman , it's Carey, who currently writes the spinoff series Lucifer and peppers his stories with Gaiman's brand of clever, learned theology.

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A couple of the stories find Gaiman working in a more experimental mode than usual, notably "Fifteen Portraits of Despair," a set of anecdotes and prose poems accompanied by Barron Storey's tormented, abstract drawings and paintings.

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The method by which the fox thwarts the murder of this humble and gentle man will bring tears to your eyes --- as will the actions of the monk when he learns of the fox's sacrifice, for it is not only the fox who has fallen in love.

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Last night I dreamt that I needed to work my way through a zombie-ravaged high school in order to make it on time to my Irish dance recital with Idris Elba.

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It was Gaiman's graphic novel The Books of Magic that nearly single-handedly revived the comic book industry.

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Klinger is working from Gaiman’s full scripts, and he quotes liberally from them, providing readers with fascinating descriptions of some beloved characters.

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