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).
The beginning of the hugely successful Sandman series. The story of the immortal Lord of Dreams is constructed with a pastiche of English literature, Roman and Greek mythology,... Read morePublished 1 day ago by P. M. Bradshaw
The opening salvo of a battery of graphic novels that will skew your perception of reality. This is outstanding work, and should be consumed in mass quantities.Published 2 days ago by B. A. Modelle
I'm a first time comic reader at the age of 28. Not sure if this was the best series to start with but it was an interesting read. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Ryan
Heard great things about this series and was very glad to find one not too expensive and have brand new. I hope to keep this seriesPublished 15 days ago by John Thornberry
Gold comic series, gasman is good in any medium and this series says that he should convert more of his stories to graphic novelsPublished 19 days ago by pat giltrap
A really creative series. I'm late to the party, but so far I'm agreeing with all the hype.Published 20 days ago by Y. Winters
Neil Gaiman is an absolute genius. I know, I know....those familiar with his work have heard this time and time again. Read morePublished 21 days ago by PT