BAFTA awards, The Sandman, and a spoilery thought (under LJ cut)

The BAFTA awards…it’s always been the case that DW tends to get overlooked because it picks up Welsh BAFTAs, and that seemed to be happening here, though I still felt it was being eclipsed by Sherlock and wondered if critical backlash is working its way through. I never really expected Matt Smith to win the Best Actor award, in fact I would have been horrified if he had, but I was expecting Benedict C to pick it up. BC’s expression when the stage was taken over by a hoard of chavs from The Only Way is Essex was priceless! Anyway, brilliant to see such a nice, genuine guy as Martin Freeman do so well. (I have no problems whatsover with DW being eclipsed by Sherlock, BTW. Quite the reverse).

Couple of other DW-related things struck me. First, maybe because Scotland has its own BAFTAs, I was quite surprised that Single Father wasn’t mentioned at all. And when they did the tribute to those we lost in the previous year, lovely to see Lis Sladen but couldn’t they have picked a clip with the Brigadier in it as well?

Catherine Tate was there with her young daughter (who is very like her physically) – I thought that was very sweet.

The Doctor’s Wife has made me interested in Neil Gaiman’s other creative work and it seems that the Sandman series is the place to start, so I’ve duly started to work my way through Preludes and Nocturnes. I’ve never read a comic book or graphic novel before, other than the odd DW story in the magazine, so it seems rather odd to be starting now in my fifties. However, Sandman has a somewhat atypical audience – at least 50% female, apparently, and of those a fair number who have never read anything else in the genre.

It takes a while to get over the very dark horror. I’ve read that this does lighten up somewhat later on and that in some ways P&N isn’t the best one to start with anyway – Gaiman isn’t entirely happy with it, but the continuity is so complex to an outsider I’ve decided to stick to the publication order as far as possible. I’m intrigued by the many elements of myth that he incorporates and Morpheus/Dream does become a sympathetic character when you find out how badly his long imprisonment has affected him. So, not giving up yet (I like the idea of Death as a perky Goth girl kicking him up the backside, too – don’t these English fantasy writers love to deconstruct the old Grim Reaper, and has anyone ever done a PhD on Pratchett vs Gaiman’s concept of the character?). Would be interested to know if anyone else has tackled the series…

Also had a very spoilery thought about how The Almost People could tie into the series half-finale… it concerns a rumour based on the IMDB cast list…

So, we have a Jennifer who’s been duplicated and who seems to be getting close to Rory. And we have, apparently, a character called Jenny in A Good Man Goes to War. Coincidence? Just wondering.

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145 thoughts on “BAFTA awards, The Sandman, and a spoilery thought (under LJ cut)

  1. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.
    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  2. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.

    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  3. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.

    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  4. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.

    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  5. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.

    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  6. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.

    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  7. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.

    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  8. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.

    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  9. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.

    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  10. Definitely keep going with Sandman. It’s an amazing run and while there are occasional horror elements in it (“24 Hours” and “Collectors” are the worst in that respect, I think), they are only one slant on a story that goes through the gamut of fantasy and myth.

    There’s a good page of annotations that pulls apart and keeps tabs on characters and explains references that (a) comic geeks might not get because they’re elements of classic fantasy or (b) non-comic geeks might miss because they don’t read other DC comics. It’s here.

  11. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.
    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.
    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)
    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  12. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  13. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  14. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  15. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  16. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  17. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  18. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  19. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  20. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  21. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    I also recommend Anansi Boys and American Gods (my favorite) if you’re interested in more Gaiman. He also has an amazing take on the Snow White story called Snow, Glass, Apples which is told from the step-mother’s POV.

  22. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.
    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.
    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀
    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.
    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  23. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  24. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  25. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  26. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  27. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  28. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  29. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  30. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  31. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  32. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  33. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  34. I hope you stick with The Sandman. It’s wonderful storytelling. I’ll be interested to read your comments on the similarites between RTD’s emo Time Lord and Gaiman’s emo Dream Lord. The journey the stories take through mythology is amazing.

    But wait, there’s more! The Sandman also dabbles in Shakespeare. See Dream Country, for Gaiman’s interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Throughout the series, you get occasional peeks into Morpheus’ relationship with Shakespeare. He also does a rendition of The Tempest.

    I enjoyed the character studies and stories involvoing the other members of the Endless, especially Delirium and Despair. But yeah, Death is completely kick-ass cool. (She’s his Donna – “Get over yourself!”)

    Oh, dear. Now I’m going to have to read this, and it is All Your Fault! 😀

    I have a very hard time with comics and graphic novels as a format – I am so NOT visual, and I find comics and graphic novels confusing and annoying and hard to follow.

    But it sounds like this one is worth it…

  35. I will Gladly Take the Blame!
    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!
    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  36. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  37. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  38. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  39. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  40. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  41. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  42. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  43. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  44. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  45. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  46. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  47. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  48. I will Gladly Take the Blame!

    Dont’ be put off by the visuals – and admittedly, some of it is a bit abstract and possibly confusing, but the artists are good at getting your eye to travel where it needs to in order to understand the narrative. Be patient!

    There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

  49. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?
    Thanks!
    ……
    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  50. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  51. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  52. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  53. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  54. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  55. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  56. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  57. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  58. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  59. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  60. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  61. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  62. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  63. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  64. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  65. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  66. But I have eleven books – the last one I have is called Endless Nights. The numer 10 I have is called The Wake. Is Endless Nights not officially part of the series?

    Thanks!

    ……

    Oh, wait, I figured it out – sorry for wasting time!

  67. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.
    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????
    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!
    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  68. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  69. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  70. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  71. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  72. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  73. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  74. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  75. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  76. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  77. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  78. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  79. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  80. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  81. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  82. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  83. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  84. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  85. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  86. There are eleven volumes if I remember correctly.

    ELEVEN VOLUMES???????????

    Eeep. That’s a lot of visuals to get through!

    BTW, have you read American Gods? It’s my only prior experience with Gaiman – and it is superb, IMHO.

  87. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.
    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.
    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.
    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.
    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  88. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  89. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  90. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  91. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  92. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  93. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  94. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  95. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  96. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  97. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  98. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  99. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  100. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  101. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  102. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  103. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  104. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  105. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  106. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  107. Well, actually, it’s ten volumes, with an additional one called The Sandman: Endless Nights which is a collection of stories about each member of the Endless, being seven stories in all – Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire, Delirium, and Destiny.

    Death also has two additional books on her own (The Time of Your Life and The High Cost of Living). Death is great at giving Dream a kick in the pants when he needs it.

    There is an additional Dream story called The Sandman: The Dream Hunters which is part prose and part graphic novel. Besides being a beautiful story, the book is a visual treat as well.

    I’d be interested in hearing your comments, too, about how Dream is like Ten.

    I LOVED American Gods! It’s my favorite Gaiman novel!

  108. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  109. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  110. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  111. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  112. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  113. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  114. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  115. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  116. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  117. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  118. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  119. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  120. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  121. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  122. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  123. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  124. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  125. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  126. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  127. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  128. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

  129. I’ve always liked Gaiman’s storytelling but not his writing style. Haven’t yet seen his DW ep, but am expecting to enjoy it. I would recommend Good Omens, which Gaiman wrote with Pratchett and is about as far from dark as you can get. So funny.

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