Tag: Morpheus

419. The Corinthian

I think I’ve talked about how I’ve only read the first 20 issues of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman multiple times, right? If I haven’t, well, there you go. But even before I read any Sandman, I had seen a picture of The Corinthian and became fascinated with him. To this day, I’m still fascinated with him. …

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353. Sandman

When I did the Kirby designed Sandman a few days ago, a friend of mine suggested I draw the Neil Gaiman/Morpheus version of Sandman as a Kirby-inspired design. So, I thought, why the fuck not? The New God of Dreams.

112 – Morpheus

Sandman is one of those books I feel bad about for not reading more of. Back in the mid-90s, DC began publishing (along with black and white versions of Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing) Sandman under the header Vertigo Essentials. I bought ’em all for the 20 issues it lasted, and I enjoyed it greatly. Then …

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