The Sandman, Vol. 2: The Doll's House (The Sandman #2)

The Sandman, Vol. 2: The Doll's House (The Sandman #2)

A being who has existed since the beginning of the universe, Dream of the Endless rules over the realm of dreams. In The Doll's House, after a decades-long imprisonment, the Sandman has returned to find that a few dreams and nightmares have escaped to reality. Looking to recapture his lost possessions, Morpheus ventures to the human plane only to learn that a woman named R A being who has existed since the beginning of the universe, Dream of the Endless rules over the realm of dreams. In The ...

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Title:The Sandman, Vol. 2: The Doll's House (The Sandman #2)
Author:Neil Gaiman
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:The Doll's House
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:232 pages pages

The Sandman, Vol. 2: The Doll's House (The Sandman #2) Reviews

  • Bill  Kerwin
    Jul 06, 2016

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

  • J.G. Keely
    Oct 23, 2007

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

  • Andrew
    Aug 29, 2007

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

  • Alejandro
    Jun 17, 2013

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

  • Patrick
    Jan 24, 2014

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

  • Brad
    Mar 27, 2008

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
    Dec 29, 2014

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

  • Anne
    Apr 24, 2014

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

  • Damon
    Nov 03, 2015

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

    Right now that this is currently my favorite Sandman book (Mind you this is only the 2nd volume). I read volume one "Preludes & Nocturnes" and liked it, but the beginning was a little slow and didn't grab me right away. That cannot be said for "The Doll's House," this volume hooked...

    In this one, Morpheus discovers several of his creations escaped the Dreamland while he was imprisoned, so he has to go retrieve them. They are some pretty messed up beings too, especially The Corinthian. *shiver* He also discovers there is a new "vortex" in the shape of a teenage girl...

    ?It seemed like the late autumn wind blew them in that night, spinning and dizzying from the four corners of the world. It was a bitch Wind, knife sharp and cutting, and it blew bad and cold.? ? Well I?m firmly loving The Sandman graphic novel journey! Volume 2; The Doll?s ...

    As clever and morbid and electrifying as always. This volume has once again combined the creepy and the fascinating all in one. I love how all of the stories connect in some way or another. Another great volume from Gaiman! ...

    http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/04... So I read the first volume in The Sandman series about a year ago and I liked it (I rated it 3 stars), but I didn't love it. I bought the second one and I've put off reading it since then because I wasn't 100% sold on the series. So when I be...

    The Sandman Imagine a sort of walking path or trail, about a 500 feet long. It's not a barren, empty, boring trail though. It's a work of art. Along the way are wonderful things to see everywhere you look. Every time you walk through it you notice something new. It's the most amazin...

    While Morpheus starred in the forefront in Preludes and Nocturnes, he takes a backseat in The Doll?s House. Here, mortals?the Walkers?fueled the story. The Doll?s House treads on the similar path as Preludes and Nocturnes. In the first volume, Morpheus has to find important ...

    Bebek Evi de dn gece beni uykusuz b?rakmak suretiyle bitti... Demek ki neymi?? Sandman uykuya iyi gelmiyormu?. ?kinci cilt olan Bebek Evi'ni ilk cilt kadar be?enmedim. Kafam? kar??t?ran, muhtemelen daha sonraki ciltlerde farkl? ?ekillerde kar??m?za ?kacak blml...

    Absolutely a much better read that the first one. I especially liked the story about the chaps meeting every hundred years. The art could actually look ok if someone hadn't scribbled all over it with bad inking and terrible colouring. ...

  • Bradley
    Mar 25, 2013

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

  • Algernon
    May 20, 2013

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

  • Airiz C
    Jun 20, 2011

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

    Right now that this is currently my favorite Sandman book (Mind you this is only the 2nd volume). I read volume one "Preludes & Nocturnes" and liked it, but the beginning was a little slow and didn't grab me right away. That cannot be said for "The Doll's House," this volume hooked...

    In this one, Morpheus discovers several of his creations escaped the Dreamland while he was imprisoned, so he has to go retrieve them. They are some pretty messed up beings too, especially The Corinthian. *shiver* He also discovers there is a new "vortex" in the shape of a teenage girl...

    ?It seemed like the late autumn wind blew them in that night, spinning and dizzying from the four corners of the world. It was a bitch Wind, knife sharp and cutting, and it blew bad and cold.? ? Well I?m firmly loving The Sandman graphic novel journey! Volume 2; The Doll?s ...

    As clever and morbid and electrifying as always. This volume has once again combined the creepy and the fascinating all in one. I love how all of the stories connect in some way or another. Another great volume from Gaiman! ...

    http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/04... So I read the first volume in The Sandman series about a year ago and I liked it (I rated it 3 stars), but I didn't love it. I bought the second one and I've put off reading it since then because I wasn't 100% sold on the series. So when I be...

    The Sandman Imagine a sort of walking path or trail, about a 500 feet long. It's not a barren, empty, boring trail though. It's a work of art. Along the way are wonderful things to see everywhere you look. Every time you walk through it you notice something new. It's the most amazin...

    While Morpheus starred in the forefront in Preludes and Nocturnes, he takes a backseat in The Doll?s House. Here, mortals?the Walkers?fueled the story. The Doll?s House treads on the similar path as Preludes and Nocturnes. In the first volume, Morpheus has to find important ...

  • Anthony Chavez
    Aug 31, 2011

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

    Right now that this is currently my favorite Sandman book (Mind you this is only the 2nd volume). I read volume one "Preludes & Nocturnes" and liked it, but the beginning was a little slow and didn't grab me right away. That cannot be said for "The Doll's House," this volume hooked...

  • Lyn
    Apr 28, 2013

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

  • Sam Quixote
    Nov 01, 2011

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

  • Erin Dunn
    Mar 23, 2015

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

    Right now that this is currently my favorite Sandman book (Mind you this is only the 2nd volume). I read volume one "Preludes & Nocturnes" and liked it, but the beginning was a little slow and didn't grab me right away. That cannot be said for "The Doll's House," this volume hooked...

    In this one, Morpheus discovers several of his creations escaped the Dreamland while he was imprisoned, so he has to go retrieve them. They are some pretty messed up beings too, especially The Corinthian. *shiver* He also discovers there is a new "vortex" in the shape of a teenage girl...

    ?It seemed like the late autumn wind blew them in that night, spinning and dizzying from the four corners of the world. It was a bitch Wind, knife sharp and cutting, and it blew bad and cold.? ? Well I?m firmly loving The Sandman graphic novel journey! Volume 2; The Doll?s ...

    As clever and morbid and electrifying as always. This volume has once again combined the creepy and the fascinating all in one. I love how all of the stories connect in some way or another. Another great volume from Gaiman! ...

    http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/04... So I read the first volume in The Sandman series about a year ago and I liked it (I rated it 3 stars), but I didn't love it. I bought the second one and I've put off reading it since then because I wasn't 100% sold on the series. So when I be...

  • Yaprak
    Dec 29, 2016

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

    Right now that this is currently my favorite Sandman book (Mind you this is only the 2nd volume). I read volume one "Preludes & Nocturnes" and liked it, but the beginning was a little slow and didn't grab me right away. That cannot be said for "The Doll's House," this volume hooked...

    In this one, Morpheus discovers several of his creations escaped the Dreamland while he was imprisoned, so he has to go retrieve them. They are some pretty messed up beings too, especially The Corinthian. *shiver* He also discovers there is a new "vortex" in the shape of a teenage girl...

    ?It seemed like the late autumn wind blew them in that night, spinning and dizzying from the four corners of the world. It was a bitch Wind, knife sharp and cutting, and it blew bad and cold.? ? Well I?m firmly loving The Sandman graphic novel journey! Volume 2; The Doll?s ...

    As clever and morbid and electrifying as always. This volume has once again combined the creepy and the fascinating all in one. I love how all of the stories connect in some way or another. Another great volume from Gaiman! ...

    http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/04... So I read the first volume in The Sandman series about a year ago and I liked it (I rated it 3 stars), but I didn't love it. I bought the second one and I've put off reading it since then because I wasn't 100% sold on the series. So when I be...

    The Sandman Imagine a sort of walking path or trail, about a 500 feet long. It's not a barren, empty, boring trail though. It's a work of art. Along the way are wonderful things to see everywhere you look. Every time you walk through it you notice something new. It's the most amazin...

    While Morpheus starred in the forefront in Preludes and Nocturnes, he takes a backseat in The Doll?s House. Here, mortals?the Walkers?fueled the story. The Doll?s House treads on the similar path as Preludes and Nocturnes. In the first volume, Morpheus has to find important ...

    Bebek Evi de dn gece beni uykusuz b?rakmak suretiyle bitti... Demek ki neymi?? Sandman uykuya iyi gelmiyormu?. ?kinci cilt olan Bebek Evi'ni ilk cilt kadar be?enmedim. Kafam? kar??t?ran, muhtemelen daha sonraki ciltlerde farkl? ?ekillerde kar??m?za ?kacak blml...

  • Farah Shamma
    Jul 08, 2017

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

    Right now that this is currently my favorite Sandman book (Mind you this is only the 2nd volume). I read volume one "Preludes & Nocturnes" and liked it, but the beginning was a little slow and didn't grab me right away. That cannot be said for "The Doll's House," this volume hooked...

    In this one, Morpheus discovers several of his creations escaped the Dreamland while he was imprisoned, so he has to go retrieve them. They are some pretty messed up beings too, especially The Corinthian. *shiver* He also discovers there is a new "vortex" in the shape of a teenage girl...

    ?It seemed like the late autumn wind blew them in that night, spinning and dizzying from the four corners of the world. It was a bitch Wind, knife sharp and cutting, and it blew bad and cold.? ? Well I?m firmly loving The Sandman graphic novel journey! Volume 2; The Doll?s ...

    As clever and morbid and electrifying as always. This volume has once again combined the creepy and the fascinating all in one. I love how all of the stories connect in some way or another. Another great volume from Gaiman! ...

  • Stuart
    May 07, 2016

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

  • Panagiotis
    Dec 02, 2016

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

  • James DeSantis
    Apr 06, 2018

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

  • Michelle
    Jul 16, 2017

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

  • Sean Gibson
    Aug 09, 2018

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

  • Bookdragon Sean
    Jan 15, 2017

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

  • Obsidian
    Mar 12, 2017

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

  • Vladimir Ćeha
    Nov 02, 2017

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

  • HFK
    Dec 06, 2016

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

  • Nils | nilsreviewsit
    Apr 30, 2018

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

    Right now that this is currently my favorite Sandman book (Mind you this is only the 2nd volume). I read volume one "Preludes & Nocturnes" and liked it, but the beginning was a little slow and didn't grab me right away. That cannot be said for "The Doll's House," this volume hooked...

    In this one, Morpheus discovers several of his creations escaped the Dreamland while he was imprisoned, so he has to go retrieve them. They are some pretty messed up beings too, especially The Corinthian. *shiver* He also discovers there is a new "vortex" in the shape of a teenage girl...

    ?It seemed like the late autumn wind blew them in that night, spinning and dizzying from the four corners of the world. It was a bitch Wind, knife sharp and cutting, and it blew bad and cold.? ? Well I?m firmly loving The Sandman graphic novel journey! Volume 2; The Doll?s ...

  • Kellan Gibby
    Feb 11, 2017

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

    ??? ??? ??????? ?????? ???? ? ?????????? ??? ????? ???????????? ?? ?????? ??? ??????? ??? ??? ????????, ??? ? ?????? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ? ???????? ?? ??...

    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

    Right now that this is currently my favorite Sandman book (Mind you this is only the 2nd volume). I read volume one "Preludes & Nocturnes" and liked it, but the beginning was a little slow and didn't grab me right away. That cannot be said for "The Doll's House," this volume hooked...

    In this one, Morpheus discovers several of his creations escaped the Dreamland while he was imprisoned, so he has to go retrieve them. They are some pretty messed up beings too, especially The Corinthian. *shiver* He also discovers there is a new "vortex" in the shape of a teenage girl...

    ?It seemed like the late autumn wind blew them in that night, spinning and dizzying from the four corners of the world. It was a bitch Wind, knife sharp and cutting, and it blew bad and cold.? ? Well I?m firmly loving The Sandman graphic novel journey! Volume 2; The Doll?s ...

    As clever and morbid and electrifying as always. This volume has once again combined the creepy and the fascinating all in one. I love how all of the stories connect in some way or another. Another great volume from Gaiman! ...

    http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2016/04... So I read the first volume in The Sandman series about a year ago and I liked it (I rated it 3 stars), but I didn't love it. I bought the second one and I've put off reading it since then because I wasn't 100% sold on the series. So when I be...

    The Sandman Imagine a sort of walking path or trail, about a 500 feet long. It's not a barren, empty, boring trail though. It's a work of art. Along the way are wonderful things to see everywhere you look. Every time you walk through it you notice something new. It's the most amazin...

  •  ⚔ Sh3lly - Grumpy Name-Changing Wanderer ⚔
    May 16, 2015

    Every time I try to write a review for a Sandman comic, it just sounds like an outpouring of positive emotions and generic statements about what makes a good story good. I literally love this series, and to try and review it in a conventional way is rather difficult. So instead I?m g...

    The first volume of the Sandman was a fascinating experiment that enlarged the borders of the comic book world; this second volume is a fulfillment, a wildly imaginative narrative which is also a disciplined example of the story-teller?s art. In an excellent introduction by Cliv...

    Note: This is part two of a rambling multi-volume re-read of the series. It will probably make better sense in context of other reviews... In this volume, we get several cool stand-alone stories and our first longer story arc with a non-sandman character. It's good stuff. Clever an...

    I'm sorry Neil Gaiman..That first book in this series was kinda bland. I think you way stepped it up in this book. Yes, I know..you has some fangirls..err Kelly and Synesthesia..might want to send those to some fan mail..they got your back. This one featured Dream guy but ...

    Oh, shoot me a second asshole because I am about to rate a Neil Gaiman work with just two stars, I deserve all the wrath that is coming to me, I take full responsibility of my heartless actions that has no justification other than that The Doll's House kind of really sucks ass, and the...

    An extraorDinary masterpiece! Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Michael Zulli, Steve Parkhouse & Chris Bachalo Letterer: Todd Klein dOLLS & dREAMS So, this is no man, no god, but something else. ...

    The Doll?s House, the second installment of Neil Gaiman?s The Sandman series, is an entertaining offering of graphic novel collaboration. Gaiman?s imaginative storyline is brought to life by illustrators Steve Parkhouse, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli, Mike Dringenberg and Malc...

    The Corinthian and the serial murderer's convention was rather special, and Rose Walker was somewhat interesting the first time reading this, but the second time? I think it was much better. It's all about how we are shaped and what we shape, from feelings of listlessness (Dream), m...

    2.5 stars...possibly 3? I had forgotten why I stopped after volume 1. Now I remember. I see why everyone loves and reveres this title, I really do. It's just not my cuppa. It's just too dark and trippy for me, and the art isn't something that I actually enjoy looking at. I'm not...

    There are, generally speaking*, two diametrically opposing views held by people who do and don?t read Sandman: Loyal Sandman readers tend to believe that people who don?t understand the book?s greatness are mouth-breathing knuckledraggers, and that the world would be a better pla...

    I used to stubbornly think that graphic novels had no intellectual merits other than for amateur entertainment (I know, pedestal). This series not only blew me away visually, but caused me to see graphic novels in a new light. Everyone should read this series. Here's what i want to ...

    One of my favourite lines in film is from Bull Durham. Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) asks Millie how the sex was with Ebby Calvin LaLoosh (Tim Robbins), and Millie says, "He kind of fucks like he throws, sorta all over the place." And that is EXACTLY how Neil Gaiman writes. He has m...

    short review : WOW !!! long form : The Sandman series gains in confidence and daring, leaves behind most of the influences from the original DC comic and takes flight on its own with the second volume. The eight issue story arc opens with Tales in the Sand : a look at the di...

    What do you do when you encounter a run of bad comics? Return to the ones you?ve read and loved before for a re-read! So it?s doubly disappointing when a comic you thought you enjoyed way back when turns out to be kinda crappy ? even more so when it?s an acknowledged classic li...

    The trouble is that this is better than the first one, but I don't want to rate the first one less than 5 stars because I love it. Can this one be 5 plus? The story is darker in this one. Grittier. The first one was easing you into the universe. The real storytelling starts here. ...

    The Sandman, Vol 2: The Doll's House - Gaiman hits his stride with a chilling cereal convention After reading the first three volumes of Sandman, I decided to re-read them again before moving onto volume 4. That?s because you really don?t recognize all the subtle hints, foreshad...

    Sandman, Sandman, how do I rate thee... Ovo je ina?e drugi put da ?itam ovaj strip, prvi put nisam uspeo ni prvi deo da zavr?im. Ne ka?em da je lo?, daleko od toga, svet snova je sam po sebi izuzetno bogat i zahvalan za istra?ivanje, ali opet mi utisak kvari haoti?na naracija i ...

    So this is the great Sandman I have been hearing about for years. I liked it. But can't say I was blown away by it though. Probably because for the most part I found the colors muddled and it was hard to read sometimes what characters were saying. And when I had to turn the graphic nov...

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    Sandman feels like a heavy read. Sometimes when I see writers come from novels to comics I just don't think they get it. However, Neil Gaiman somehow crosses that line with ease, not too wordy, yet wordy enough to get me hooked. Doll's House is a very different beast than the last ...

    Like most of these collections, there are several fairly strong stories but one which stands above the others. In this second installation, it is the convention of serial killers where Gaiman is able to tap into his sense of human nature and draw out something that is funny, terrifying...

    Right now that this is currently my favorite Sandman book (Mind you this is only the 2nd volume). I read volume one "Preludes & Nocturnes" and liked it, but the beginning was a little slow and didn't grab me right away. That cannot be said for "The Doll's House," this volume hooked...

    In this one, Morpheus discovers several of his creations escaped the Dreamland while he was imprisoned, so he has to go retrieve them. They are some pretty messed up beings too, especially The Corinthian. *shiver* He also discovers there is a new "vortex" in the shape of a teenage girl...