The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes & Nocturnes: Before and After
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I highly recommend The Sandman graphic novels to anyone, comic book fans or not.
Granted it is primarily focused on introducing characters and setting up the plot for the entire story, but it's done well.
The first graphic novel/comic book I've ever read, naturally drawn by Neil Gaiman (who's novels I've nearly exhausted).
Yo dawg, I bought this book and started readin it dawg. Why dat white dude like blowing sand evrywhere? I don't even know, but that dude like Freddy cougar a somthin. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Sean B.
This is where it all begins. One of the greatest comic book series of all time begins here and any self-respecting comic book aficionado should read this.Published 7 days ago by bjantz
Yeah, so, I gave a 2 star rating to Vol. 1 of one of the most revered series of all time. It's not you, Sandman, it's me. I really wanted to like this series. Read morePublished 14 days ago by John Wesley C.
Neil Gaiman is a great writer and as a graphic novel this book is something you should not pass up.Published 15 days ago by Vincent Garcia
Dark, occult, with a powerful story. This is a purchase I am glad I made and I can't wait to get the rest of the series.Published 23 days ago by Chris Shattuck
The imagination and creativity put into this makes it a fantastic story. I'm eager to read more.Published 27 days ago by Nate
Dark and gritty, Gaiman's Sandman is a pleasant departure from the pedestrian works that were happening at the time Sandman was published. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Garrett Mccutcheon