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Fan favorite Endless sibling, Death, makes her first appearance in DEAD BOY DETECTIVES issue #2.
Novelist Toby Litt and artist Mark Buckingham, take readers back to the roots of the ghostly Dead Boys from the pages of THE SANDMAN.
Check out the gorgeous panel in the gallery above.
Yesterday, literary icon Neil Gaiman arrived at Boston's WBUR studio.
That's right, THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE commercial, featuring some of your favorite characters--Morpheus, Death and Merv Pumpkinhead--drawn by J.H. Williams, III, is currently running on cable channels and can also be seen on the Jumbotron in New York City's Times Square.
Check out some stills in the gallery above. Click here to see the full commercial with sound and watch the video footage from Times Square below!
If you haven't seen Neil Gaiman's most recent Tweet yet, behold, THE SANDMAN OMNIBUS SILVER EDITION.
This stunning commemorative set celebrates the 25th anniversary of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman. This special slipcased edition collects the entire groundbreaking series in two deluxe hardcover volumes and includes a page personally signed by Neil Gaiman.
This week marked the launch of the highly anticipated new limited series THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE by renowned fantasy writer Neil Gaiman and artist J.H. Williams, III. If you haven't kept up with the press coverage, check out some of the hightlights below.
This morning, Neil Gaiman spoke with Steve Inskeep on NPR’s Morning Edition about the 25th Anniversary of The Sandman and the debut of THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE. They discussed the ambitiousness of The Sandman series, the process of creating a comic book, whether Gaiman is the Sandman and more.
This morning, BUZZFEED posted the first five pages of the highly anticipated debut of THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE by New York Times bestselling writer Neil Gaiman and artist J.H. Williams III.
Head on over to BUZZFEED to read it and get ready to pick up a copy of issue #1 when it lands in stores tomorrow or check it out digitally.