The Sandman: Dream Country by Neil Gaiman

Sandman: Dream Country
Volume 3 of the Sandman saga takes a bit of a diversion from following the ongoing tale of Dream. Instead, the reader is treated to four unrelated stories, that are barely tangentially related to the plots of the greater Sandman story. The individual stories are a bit of a mixed bag, between confusing, already forgotten, or seemingly pointless. William Shakespeare makes an appearance for the most entertaining of the stories and the only truly memorable one of the book. [Issues #17- #20]

Availability:  COSMOS, USMAI, SMCM
Review Submitted by: Andrew Polgreen
Rating:  Recommended

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