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Sandman Vol. 10: The Wake - 30th Anniversary Edition (The Sandman) (English Edition) Versión Kindle
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Biografía del autor
Charles Vess has been drawing ever since he could hold a crayon. His award-winning work has graced covers and pages from numerous comic book publishers including THE BOOKS OF MAGIC, SWAMP THING, THE SANDMAN from DC Comics and Spider-Man from Marvel Comics. He currently concentrates on book illustration where he continues to win praise and accolades for his unique style. Vess shared the prestigious World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story with Neil Gaiman in 1991 for their collaboration on THE SANDMAN #19, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Vess recently completed a short story included in the FABLES: 1,001 NIGHTS OF SNOWFALL graphic novel from Vertigo and Blueberry Girl, a picture book written by Neil Gaiman. STARDUST, the graphic novel created by Neil Gaiman and Vess was released as a major motion picture adaptation in 2007. --Este texto se refiere a la edición paperback.
“A sober, somber conclusion—literally, a dying fall—to a sequence that undeniably constitutes a major achievement. There is nothing quite like it anywhere else.” —The Independent
“Undoubtedly the finest writing the mainstream comic book industry has ever seen.” —St. Louis Dispatch
"The greatest epic in the history of comic books." —The Los Angeles Times Magazine
"One of the few comics that segued from the comics crowd, entering the intellectual and art worlds, winning over a large non-comics-reading audience." —The Hollywood Reporter
"The Sandman is a modern myth, as well as a precis on why the stories we tell matter so much." —Playboy
"The landmark comic-book series that actually made Death seem ... cool." —Entertainment Weekly --Este texto se refiere a la edición paperback.
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- ASIN : B07V2J66TG
- Editorial : Vertigo; Illustrated edición (23 julio 2019)
- Idioma : Inglés
- Tamaño del archivo : 708740 KB
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- Longitud de impresión : 188 páginas
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº220,161 en Tienda Kindle (Ver el Top 100 en Tienda Kindle)
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This was a short book, quick, to the point. The Wake was the perfect way to say goodbye to all the characters we've grown to know throughout the series. They all come back to attend The Dream Lord's wake, remembering him, telling stories, some good, some bad - a sense of loss hugely palpable in the air.
The Dream Lord himself has been reborn and is witnessing his own wake. I'm not sure I liked that part very much, not sure he should have been reborn. The idea of having really lost him would have been a lot more powerful, in my opinion.
After the wake, the book goes on to tell 3 different stories about characters we've met before. They were good stories, but again, I wasn't sure of the relevance of having them to finish off the Sandman series. I understand the parallels drawn from Shakespeare writing his last ever play for Morpheus, and Neil Gaiman writing the last installment of the series, but I kind of wished for a different ending. One where we got to see more of his siblings, more of the loss felt, more of this new Dream Lord, who some have accepted and others haven't.
Good ending, not the greatest though.
All I can really say is prepare yourself for one powerful emotional rollercoaster, and three excellent short stories following it; all allowing a certain King to say goodbye.
Never cried reading a book before, but Matthew's speech just ripped me apart. So really, definitely get this book if you want to [and you should] finish the series, but just...be ready.