The infinite magic of Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman”

Tright here was a time when newspaper articles about Neil Gaiman would begin with a long-winded rationalization of who this odd English chap was, and why readers ought to think about choosing up “The Sandman”, his epic comic-book sequence. In 2008, a dozen years after the unique run of “The Sandman” had come to an finish and thousands and thousands of copies had been bought, after even the publication of a number of unrelated bestselling novels, together with “American Gods” and “Neverwhere”, the Instances contrived to call Mr Gaiman “probably the most well-known author you’ve by no means heard

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