The Sandman: Overture #2

    The Sandman: Overture » The Sandman: Overture #2 - Chapter Two released by Vertigo on April 2014.

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    Chapter Two last edited by monkeysalad on 11/09/19 02:07PM View full history

    The Sandman's epic origin story continues in the second issue of the new miniseries by the superstar team of writer Neil Gaiman and artist J.H. Williams III! In which Daniel enters Mad Hettie's dream and Morpheus discovers why he has been summoned and what he has been summoned to do.

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    ACover AJ.H. Williams III1
    BCover BDave McKean2
    ComboCombo Pack EditionJ.H. Williams III3
    Var1:100 Recolored VariantJ.H. Williams III4
    Var1:100 Recolored VariantDave McKean5


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    Worth the wait 0

    I haven't read the original Sandman series yet but this was amazing. Because of the long wait for this issue i re-read #1 and after #1 started setting up stuff i read this. I was blow away. There are twists that i understand and i am already wanting #3. The description Gaiman uses in the book is amazing and sings off the page.Then you have J.H. Williams III art. The best art you can get. I spent so much time staring at this. Dave Stewart's colours work really well with Williams art. Todd Klein ...

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    Sandman returns, late but better for it 0

    GoodIt sounds as though I’m doing Neil Gaiman a disservice by calling this second issue, a “standard” Neil Gaiman story. This is not my intent, a standard Neil Gaiman story is a deep, well thought out piece of work that just get better with every read through. I love this story and it continues to introduce new head turning, imaginative concepts that I find myself wishing for more on the other aspects of Dream. There are so many fascinating ideas that seem to be mentioned and ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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