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The Sandman (1989) - TPB vol. 01
"Preludes and Nocturnes" (13th Printing)
Vertigo (DC Comics)

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Neil Gaiman

Mike Dringenberg
Malcolm Jones III
Sam Kieth

Robbie Busch
Daniel Vozzo

Todd Klein

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Cover Date: 1995
Cover Price: US $ 19.95

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Format: Color; Trade Paperback; 240 pages

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The Sandman (1989) TPB vol. 01 - Preludes and Nocturnes

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Dream (The Sandman) is accidentally captured and imprisoned by an early-20th century occultist who was attempting to capture Death. Imprisoned for decades, Dream finally escapes and exacts a terrible revenge on his captor as only he can.
Dream then sets out to recover precious tools that were stolen from him, taking him to Hell itself. Finally, Dream spends a day with Death before he feels like returning to his old life.

Introduction by Karen Berger

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