The Sandman: Fables and Reflections - Neil Gaiman Reviews
Description:ISBN 1852864974 / Genre: Graphic Novels / Comics / Author: Neil Gaiman, Stan Woch, P. Craig Russell, Bryan Talbot / Paperback / 264 Pages ... more
The Sandman: Fables and Reflections - Neil Gaiman ... / Book is published 1994-01-20 by Titan Books Ltd / Nine stunning short stories from the acclaimed, multi award-winning, Sandman series, written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by today's greatest comics artists. From a man terrified by his nightmares of falling, to Baba Yaga and her hut on chicken legs. From the tale of Orpheus and Eurydice to the story of how the finest city on Earth was sold into dreams to forever preserve its beauty, these nine tales represent the stunning range of storytelling which Neil Gaiman brought to Sandman throughout its wildly successful run. Beautifully illustrated by artists of the calibre of Jill Thompson, Kent Williams and P. Craig Russell, these tales represent an essential read for Sandman and fantasy fans.
Newest Review: ... from the normal order, and for some of them, this strangeness is their downfall. Others are simply quite boring. I don’t want ... more
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by - written on 03/10/07 (Very useful, 115 readings)
‘Fables and Reflections’ is an appropriate title to govern this second anthology of stand-alone stories released in DC’s series The Sandman, collecting all of Neil Gaiman’s canonical Sandman comic releases from 1991 to ’93 that didn’t fall into the larger story arcs that dominate the majority of these paperbacks. Breaking with the tradition of the earlier independent tales collection ‘Dream Country,’ this anthology is divided into three uneven sections, some categorised under further collective titles to demonstrate their participation in a smaller story cycle, and others standing very conspicuously alone, arranged alongside the rest of the collection for matters of ... Read the complete review