And yet, each artist's style suits the story they are illustrating very nicely.
Are Sandman fans such because they love the characters (Dream, Delirium, etc.) or because they love the writings of Neil Gaiman?
I am a huge Neil Gaiman fan and have been slowly working my way through his Sandman graphic novels.
A bunch of people tell stories in an inn. Neato. The ambiance is quite a treat here, even if the forward movement of the story isn't quite what previous volumes are.Published 7 months ago by Swank Ivy
First up, all of the 10 volumes of The Sandman novels deserve 5 stars. They are a phenomenal acheivement in not only graphic novels but in storytelling itself. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Liz
Imagine if the "Canterbury Tales" were told not by ordinary people on a pilgrimage, but magical beings in an otherworldly inn. Read morePublished 13 months ago by E. A Solinas
Sandman put us inside a different world of sensations and emotions. It's not only about the dream world, it's about relationships and situations. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Eliane
A very enjoyable and easy read with fantastic art. The Sandman series provides an interesting delve into the connection between the creative and the subconscious.Published 13 months ago by Kay Lotura
The best of the Series, uses narrative framing to layer story within story, the art, the Inn
And the mysterious funeral procession, a higher aesthetic level, better than the... Read more
I hate to say it, but World's End is the most disappointed I have been in Neil Gaiman's Sandman collection. Read morePublished 14 months ago by James B.
Gaiman does it again. Continuing to enjoy this series. Can't wait to get into the next one! Dream on. gCPublished 15 months ago by gC
read it if you like the author or the series. i'm not going to spoil it for you. if you want that go look elsewhere.Published 18 months ago by jeremy hooper