The Sandman: The Doll's House #1

    The Sandman: The Doll's House » The Sandman: The Doll's House #1 - Volume 2 released by DC Comics on January 1990.

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    A being that has existed since the beginning of the universe, Morpheus rules over the realm of dreams. But after a decades-long imprisonment, the Sandman has returned to find that a few dreams and nightmares have escaped to reality. Looking to recapture his lost possessions, Morpheus ventures to the human plane only to learn that a woman named Rose Walker has inadvertently become a dream vortex and threatens to rip apart his world. Now as Morpheus takes on the last escaped nightmare at a serial killers convention, the Lord of Dreams must mercilessly murder Rose or risk the destruction of his entire kingdom.


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    Gaiman plays with Barbie and Ken. 0

    This book sets of more characters in this new universe Neil Gaiman is creating.  His big picture is no where near the vision it is suppose to be.  There is a few major character introduced here like Barbie and Ken also more "Endless"... the Endless refers to the siblings of Morpheus (The king of Dreams).   When the Sandman trades first came out there was no numbers on them, because it was believed to could read them in whatever order.  It is fine to do that here, just make sure you read it befor...

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    The Doll House of Nightmares! 0

    6 stars!!!   After reading Neil Gaiman’s first graphic novel in the “Sandman” series “Preludes and Nocturnes,” I just had to read more from this fantastic series and lo and behold, I have just picked up the second volume of the “Sandman” series, “The Doll’s House!” “The Doll’s House” is just as dark and gritty as the first volume and this will be a volume that fans will cherished for many years!   SUMMARY   After the events of “Preludes and Nocturnes,” Dream (known as “The Sandman” or Morpheus) ...

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