Neil Gaiman return to Sandman this October


(From Kotaku) Writer Neil Gaiman’s first new Sandman comic in a decade will be out on October 30 from Vertigo/DC and will be shipping—sigh—every other month.

The prequel series, Sandman Overture, will be drawn by J.H. Williams (Promethea) with covers by Williams and original Sandman cover maestro Dave McKean.

Gaiman’s Sandman series, which chronicles the exploits of Morpheus, the lord of dreams, in a modern take on mythology, is one of the most acclaimed comics of all time—and one of the most beautifully-illustrated ones as well.

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