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The Doll's House

The Doll's House

Previously published in single magazine issues as Sandman #8-16


Neil Gaiman's Sandman is the most imaginative and transfixing book in mainstream comics today--and also the most radical. It tells eerie, loopy, sometimes desolating tales about capricious, ill-starred gods and frail humans, and it pulls off the rather neat trick of making Death, at long last, something to die for: Yet even in his most otherworldly moments, Sandmans's greatest (and most disturbing) strength is that all its horrors, and all it's hopes, are only as profound and familiar as the human heart itself.

To read The Sandman is to read something more than an imaginative new comic: it is to read a powerful new literature, fresh with the resonance of timeless myths.

-- Mikal Gilmore, Rolling Stone

Book Info

The Sandman: The Doll's House
Published by DC Comics,
1325 Avenue of the Americas,
New York, NY 10019
ISBN 0-930289-59-5

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