It's clearly for fans of Neil Gaiman & his excellent Sandman series.
The occasional references that are addressed are pretty much only historical, and are presented in a very dry way (dates, ownership, etc).
The paper is somewhat rough and cheap feeling, definitely nowhere near the quality of a graphic novel or even the trade collections I own.
I love this series, and Mr. Gaiman's works in general. This particular book is absolutely fantastic, and the annotations are interesting and insightful.Published 4 months ago by Isla Schanuel
Great book and I just love the notes.
Wish it was in color (no idea if the originals were or not).
In my opinion this is the best, most cost effective way to read the sandman comics. Another plus is that it feels like you are holding a great tome of knowledge when you carry it... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Fintago
This is a beautifully designed package and a must-have for Sandman completists.Maybe too pricey for casual fans but compelling stuff nevertheless.Published 11 months ago by Graphic Reader
I can only echo the other reviewers; there are interesting here but the downsides are overwhelming. First, the book feels cheap in terms of binding and paper. Read morePublished 15 months ago by reading guy
It's the awkward phase of Sandman, when superheroes existed in the same world and Gaiman had not found his voice yet. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rodolfo S. Filho
A great addition to my collection. Proud to have it on my shelf. People always notice it and it starts a nice discussionPublished 18 months ago by Evan Matthew
If you have never read "Sandman," that mind-blowing comics series written by Neil Gaiman, this is NOT the place to start. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jean E. Pouliot
Sandman is one of my favorite pieces of literature, and this annotated edition is beautifully put together. I received this book as a Christmas present, and was ecstatic. Read morePublished 20 months ago by James S Garren