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Essential Vertigo: The Sandman (1996) - #29
"Thermidor"
Vertigo (DC Comics)


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  Writer(s):
Neil Gaiman

Penciller(s):
Stan Woch

Inker(s):
Dick Giordano

Colorist(s):
Daniel Vozzo

Letterer(s):
Todd Klein

Editor(s):
Karen Berger
Alisa Kwitney - 'Alisa Sheckley'

Cover Artist(s):
Dave McKean
 

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Cover Date: December 1998
Cover Price: US $ 2.25

Issue Tagline: Distant MIrrors: Thermidor

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Synopsis:
It's 1794 England, and Dream contracts with Lady Johanna Constantine to perform a task in return for a great reward. Constantine has to retrieve a living, disembodied head from France right in the middle of the French Revolution. The head, in fact, belongs to Orpheus, Dream's estranged son. Captured by the Revolutionaries, what magic will enable them to escape?

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The Sandman (1989) #29

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Lady Johanna Constantine is an ancestor of John Constantine, who first appeared in "The Saga of the Swamp Thing", and was featured in "The Sandman" #3.

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