The absolute sandman, Volume 1
DC Comics, Nov 24, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 612 pages
One of the most highly acclaimed comics series of all time, the New York Times bestselling author Neil Gaiman's visionary Sandman received Eisner awards, an unprecedented World Fantasy Award, and countless others. Now Gaiman's addictive, literate series is re-presented in the popular "Absolute" format: the first twenty issues are presented in an oversized leather-bound slipcase, featuring digitally recoloured artwork as well as a rare Gaiman script. This is an essential collection for any Sandman fan, or indeed any serious comics fan! So prepare to rejoin the world of Dream of the Endless, as he steps from fantasy to nightmare in the quest to regain his stolen power...
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This massive tome is slipcased and leather bound. It's an oversized and re-coloured edition of the first 4 Sandman Graphic novels. It's as massive as it is a wonderful read.
Review: The Absolute Sandman, Vol. 4 (The Sandman #9-10)User Review - Jack Gattanella - Goodreads
At the end, Shakespeare wrote the Tempest... "... and then, fighting to stay asleep, wishing it would go on for ever, sure that once the dream was over, it would never come back... you woke up." - The ... Read full review