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Title:

Endless Nights
 

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Genres:

Avante Garde & Surreal
Graphic Novel
Fantasy

Series:

Sandman, the (Collection)

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Average Complexity:
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Average Character Development:
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Editions:

# Date Publisher Binding Cover
1 2003-00-00 Vertigo Comics  

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Blurb: 
Before becoming a New York Times two-time best-selling author, Neil Gaiman revolutionized the comic-book medium with THE SANDMAN. The most acclaimed and award-winning comic series of the last decade, THE SANDMAN is a rich blend of modern myth and dark fantasy, in which contemporary fiction, historical drama and legend are seamlessly interwoven. Critically acclaimed and award winning THE SANDMAN set new standards for comics literature, and the ten volumes of THE SANDMAN library are set as one of the high-watermarks of the field.

THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS will be a delight to fans of Gaiman's work and newcomers to the graphic novel medium. Whether haunting, bittersweet, erotic or nightmarish, the seven stories in this book – one for each of the Endless siblings – reveal strange secrets and surprising truths about the Sandman and his family. Each story is illustrated by some of the greatest comics artists from around the world.

P. Craig Russell draws the story of DEATH and one day, two hundred years ago, on an island in the Venice lagoon - a day that goes on forever.

Milo Manara paints a story of love and DESIRE in ancient times as a beautiful young woman gets everything she wants … at a price.

Bill Sienkiewicz shows us who gets to enter DELIRIUM'S realm to perform a strange rescue mission.

Miguelanxo Prado takes us back for a DREAM of the dawn of time, when stars spoke and even the Endless were young.

Barron Storey creates fifteen heartrending portraits of DESPAIR.

Glenn Fabry draws a story of archaeologists uncovering the future and learning a little too much about DESTRUCTION.

Frank Quitely draws a final commentary on the DESTINY of these Endless Nights.

Neil Gaiman always promised he would return to the world of THE SANDMAN. Now, aided by some of the finest international artists, he has returned to the world and characters he made famous, to bring us new dreams ... and nightmares.

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