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The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes & Nocturnes 30th Anniversary Edition: Preludes and Nocturnes Tapa blanda – Ilustrado, 30 octubre 2018
The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes & Nocturnes 30th Anniversary Edition collects issues #1-8 of the original run of The Sandman, beginning an epic saga unique in graphic literature and introducing readers to a dark and enchanting world of dreams and nightmares--the home of Morpheus, the King of Dreams, and his kin, the Endless.
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“Dark, iconoclastic and wildly successful.” —The San Francisco Examiner
Detalles del producto
- Editorial : Vertigo; N.º 1 edición (30 octubre 2018)
- Idioma : Inglés
- Tapa blanda : 240 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 1401284779
- ISBN-13 : 978-1401284770
- Peso del producto : 408 g
- Dimensiones : 16.87 x 0.99 x 25.83 cm
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº14,216 en Cómics, manga y novelas gráficas
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So, what made this a 5 for me? Immediately it should be stated that the audiodrama was very loyal to this in every respect. From the way it was written and dialogue used, the audiodrama may as well have been performed by reading this word for word, so again, what made this different.
To begin, the visual component was the first plus. Despite its age, the art is still brilliant. Upon reading The Dark Knight Returns (widely regarded as one of the best graphic novels of all time) I had to admit that the art did dissappoint me. This by contrast is drawn beautifully, again giving what can only be described (in my opinion) as the best rendition of hell in any medium. The way the panels areally organised and characters are given life is really breathtaking. Funnily enough, my only gripe with the entire graphic novel comes from this department, as I didn't like the way Dr Destiny looked. However the rest more than made up for it. It shows the horror elements of this series brilliantly. I can't fault it enough.
Now, we go onto storytelling. Neil Gaiman is a master of the art. Not much needs to be said. The way in which he blends a new mythology with old mythologies and fairy tales is brilliant, while the series truly wrestles with the deepest parts of ourselves which we often hold so dear, the dreams that pervade our souls for better or worse (and so often, the desires we would nevery dare admit to others). It is within the realm of dreams that Neil masterfully weaves this tale, using it as a vehicle to peer into our strange yet wonderful nature. I don't want to say anymore for spoilers, as you can already guess that I recommend this wholeheartedly. I should also give credit where credit was due. While listening to the audiodrama I was worried that this modern ages pandering to social justice movements had pervaded this work. However, all of what could be perceived as pandering in this respect was genuine and in from the start, written long before comics have descended into what they are now. It is for this reason Neil has my full respect. He included groups that absolutely should have been represented at the time, but doing it from an obviously genuine place, not unlike today's publications and modern comic book writers who use it to push political agendas or essentially tick boxes. I fully respect Neil all the more for doing this.
Otherwise, do I really need to sell this more to you if you've made it this far? Do yourself a favour, give it a try. You have nothing to lose except for £10 or so. Rest assured, your money will be well spent.
Gaiman is a master of words and imagination.
I'm a long time fan of his novels and short stories, the reason I came to sandman so late?
I just couldn't stop reading his books.
As this work clearly states, this is early stuff for Gaiman and team. It shows, but frankly early Gaiman kicks the stuffing out of most other authors stuff so ..
The Art work here is beautiful and quite varied, the content very mature and never shrinks, which I love.
The implementation of a digital format that helps you read it is a nice touch too.
Extra 30th Anniversary intro’s and such are a nice touch too. I look forward to the rest
Gaiman's poetic storyline works well within the canted frames and vivid colours. Even the simple (in retrospect) decisions such as the coalescing of Dream as the issues progress and his power returns and the black speech bubbles are groundbreaking.