Dream Country (The Sandman #3)

Dream Country (The Sandman #3)

The third volume of the Sandman collection is a series of four short comic book stories. In each of these otherwise unrelated stories, Morpheus serves only as a minor character. Here we meet the mother of Morpheus's son, find out what cats dream about, and discover the true origin behind Shakespeare's A Midsummer's Night Dream. The latter won a World Fantasy Award for best The third volume of the Sandman collection is a series of four short comic book stories. In each of these otherwise unrel...

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Title:Dream Country (The Sandman #3)
Author:Neil Gaiman
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:The Sandman: Dream Country
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

Dream Country (The Sandman #3) Reviews

  • Bill  Kerwin
    Aug 05, 2016

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

    Sometimes I like to binge read a series, I enjoy it that much that I try to read it as quickly as possible. The real world ceases to exist for a few days. This really isn?t anything particularly remarkable to say about a series, most readers do this sort of thing. Though every so oft...

    The third volume of The Sandman series is a bit of a mixed bag, since the individual stories, although all entertaining, vary in quality. And yet it also contains what may be the greatest Sandman tale of all time. First of all, this volume is essentially half the length of the fir...

  • Alejandro
    Jun 17, 2013

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

  • Patrick
    Jan 24, 2014

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

    Sometimes I like to binge read a series, I enjoy it that much that I try to read it as quickly as possible. The real world ceases to exist for a few days. This really isn?t anything particularly remarkable to say about a series, most readers do this sort of thing. Though every so oft...

    The third volume of The Sandman series is a bit of a mixed bag, since the individual stories, although all entertaining, vary in quality. And yet it also contains what may be the greatest Sandman tale of all time. First of all, this volume is essentially half the length of the fir...

    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... The third volume of Sandman is several short stand-alone stories. It also includes my my favorite story in the entire series. Where Shakespeare...

  • Anne
    May 06, 2014

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

    Sometimes I like to binge read a series, I enjoy it that much that I try to read it as quickly as possible. The real world ceases to exist for a few days. This really isn?t anything particularly remarkable to say about a series, most readers do this sort of thing. Though every so oft...

    The third volume of The Sandman series is a bit of a mixed bag, since the individual stories, although all entertaining, vary in quality. And yet it also contains what may be the greatest Sandman tale of all time. First of all, this volume is essentially half the length of the fir...

    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... The third volume of Sandman is several short stand-alone stories. It also includes my my favorite story in the entire series. Where Shakespeare...

    This is a fairly short volume, but each story is tight and delightful. This is where I remember the Sandman comics coming into its own, and Morpheus himself hardly had any role in them. It's all about stories. Stories about stories. Of course, I can make the same argument about the ent...

    I quit. Sandman is not for me. I can honestly see why so many of you love it, but... I can't force myself to do this any longer! I don't like the art. It reminds me of some scratchy shit that one of my kids drew. The difference is, the artist isn't one of my kids, so I don't feel ...

  • Bradley
    Mar 25, 2013

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

    Sometimes I like to binge read a series, I enjoy it that much that I try to read it as quickly as possible. The real world ceases to exist for a few days. This really isn?t anything particularly remarkable to say about a series, most readers do this sort of thing. Though every so oft...

    The third volume of The Sandman series is a bit of a mixed bag, since the individual stories, although all entertaining, vary in quality. And yet it also contains what may be the greatest Sandman tale of all time. First of all, this volume is essentially half the length of the fir...

    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... The third volume of Sandman is several short stand-alone stories. It also includes my my favorite story in the entire series. Where Shakespeare...

    This is a fairly short volume, but each story is tight and delightful. This is where I remember the Sandman comics coming into its own, and Morpheus himself hardly had any role in them. It's all about stories. Stories about stories. Of course, I can make the same argument about the ent...

  • Algernon
    May 29, 2013

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

    Sometimes I like to binge read a series, I enjoy it that much that I try to read it as quickly as possible. The real world ceases to exist for a few days. This really isn?t anything particularly remarkable to say about a series, most readers do this sort of thing. Though every so oft...

    The third volume of The Sandman series is a bit of a mixed bag, since the individual stories, although all entertaining, vary in quality. And yet it also contains what may be the greatest Sandman tale of all time. First of all, this volume is essentially half the length of the fir...

    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... The third volume of Sandman is several short stand-alone stories. It also includes my my favorite story in the entire series. Where Shakespeare...

    This is a fairly short volume, but each story is tight and delightful. This is where I remember the Sandman comics coming into its own, and Morpheus himself hardly had any role in them. It's all about stories. Stories about stories. Of course, I can make the same argument about the ent...

    I quit. Sandman is not for me. I can honestly see why so many of you love it, but... I can't force myself to do this any longer! I don't like the art. It reminds me of some scratchy shit that one of my kids drew. The difference is, the artist isn't one of my kids, so I don't feel ...

    An intermezzo between two longer story arcs, composed of four stand-alone issues. Part of the appeal for me is in the quality of work from the guest artists, Charles Vess and Kelley Jones in particular, but the main attraction remains in the creative writing of Gaiman. 17 - Calliop...

  • Sam Quixote
    Nov 01, 2011

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

    Sometimes I like to binge read a series, I enjoy it that much that I try to read it as quickly as possible. The real world ceases to exist for a few days. This really isn?t anything particularly remarkable to say about a series, most readers do this sort of thing. Though every so oft...

    The third volume of The Sandman series is a bit of a mixed bag, since the individual stories, although all entertaining, vary in quality. And yet it also contains what may be the greatest Sandman tale of all time. First of all, this volume is essentially half the length of the fir...

    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... The third volume of Sandman is several short stand-alone stories. It also includes my my favorite story in the entire series. Where Shakespeare...

    This is a fairly short volume, but each story is tight and delightful. This is where I remember the Sandman comics coming into its own, and Morpheus himself hardly had any role in them. It's all about stories. Stories about stories. Of course, I can make the same argument about the ent...

    I quit. Sandman is not for me. I can honestly see why so many of you love it, but... I can't force myself to do this any longer! I don't like the art. It reminds me of some scratchy shit that one of my kids drew. The difference is, the artist isn't one of my kids, so I don't feel ...

    An intermezzo between two longer story arcs, composed of four stand-alone issues. Part of the appeal for me is in the quality of work from the guest artists, Charles Vess and Kelley Jones in particular, but the main attraction remains in the creative writing of Gaiman. 17 - Calliop...

    The Dream Country contains 4 stand alone stories and Morpheus is mentioned only as a side character in A Midsummer Night's Dream, which won The World Fantasy Award. Even though that story won a big award, it was not my favorite in the collection- I much preferred both Calliope an...

    I?ve been re-reading a lot of books that I enjoyed years ago recently and it?s been very rewarding for the most part, rediscovering books I loved all over again. Unfortunately Sandman - a series I really liked the first time round - is not among them and it?s so disappointing! Wh...

  • Char
    Apr 27, 2016

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

    Sometimes I like to binge read a series, I enjoy it that much that I try to read it as quickly as possible. The real world ceases to exist for a few days. This really isn?t anything particularly remarkable to say about a series, most readers do this sort of thing. Though every so oft...

    The third volume of The Sandman series is a bit of a mixed bag, since the individual stories, although all entertaining, vary in quality. And yet it also contains what may be the greatest Sandman tale of all time. First of all, this volume is essentially half the length of the fir...

    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... The third volume of Sandman is several short stand-alone stories. It also includes my my favorite story in the entire series. Where Shakespeare...

    This is a fairly short volume, but each story is tight and delightful. This is where I remember the Sandman comics coming into its own, and Morpheus himself hardly had any role in them. It's all about stories. Stories about stories. Of course, I can make the same argument about the ent...

    I quit. Sandman is not for me. I can honestly see why so many of you love it, but... I can't force myself to do this any longer! I don't like the art. It reminds me of some scratchy shit that one of my kids drew. The difference is, the artist isn't one of my kids, so I don't feel ...

    An intermezzo between two longer story arcs, composed of four stand-alone issues. Part of the appeal for me is in the quality of work from the guest artists, Charles Vess and Kelley Jones in particular, but the main attraction remains in the creative writing of Gaiman. 17 - Calliop...

    The Dream Country contains 4 stand alone stories and Morpheus is mentioned only as a side character in A Midsummer Night's Dream, which won The World Fantasy Award. Even though that story won a big award, it was not my favorite in the collection- I much preferred both Calliope an...

  • Bookdragon Sean
    Feb 27, 2017

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

    Sometimes I like to binge read a series, I enjoy it that much that I try to read it as quickly as possible. The real world ceases to exist for a few days. This really isn?t anything particularly remarkable to say about a series, most readers do this sort of thing. Though every so oft...

  • Obsidian
    Mar 29, 2017

    The Twilight Zone comes into The Dreaming. Creative Team: Writer: Neil Gaiman Illustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Colleen Doran & Charles Vess Letterer: Todd Klein Covers: Dave McKean MUSES, CATS, PLAYWRIGHTS & ELEMENTS This is a wonderful...

    Sometimes I like to binge read a series, I enjoy it that much that I try to read it as quickly as possible. The real world ceases to exist for a few days. This really isn?t anything particularly remarkable to say about a series, most readers do this sort of thing. Though every so oft...

    The third volume of The Sandman series is a bit of a mixed bag, since the individual stories, although all entertaining, vary in quality. And yet it also contains what may be the greatest Sandman tale of all time. First of all, this volume is essentially half the length of the fir...

    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... The third volume of Sandman is several short stand-alone stories. It also includes my my favorite story in the entire series. Where Shakespeare...

    This is a fairly short volume, but each story is tight and delightful. This is where I remember the Sandman comics coming into its own, and Morpheus himself hardly had any role in them. It's all about stories. Stories about stories. Of course, I can make the same argument about the ent...

    I quit. Sandman is not for me. I can honestly see why so many of you love it, but... I can't force myself to do this any longer! I don't like the art. It reminds me of some scratchy shit that one of my kids drew. The difference is, the artist isn't one of my kids, so I don't feel ...

    An intermezzo between two longer story arcs, composed of four stand-alone issues. Part of the appeal for me is in the quality of work from the guest artists, Charles Vess and Kelley Jones in particular, but the main attraction remains in the creative writing of Gaiman. 17 - Calliop...

    The Dream Country contains 4 stand alone stories and Morpheus is mentioned only as a side character in A Midsummer Night's Dream, which won The World Fantasy Award. Even though that story won a big award, it was not my favorite in the collection- I much preferred both Calliope an...

    I?ve been re-reading a lot of books that I enjoyed years ago recently and it?s been very rewarding for the most part, rediscovering books I loved all over again. Unfortunately Sandman - a series I really liked the first time round - is not among them and it?s so disappointing! Wh...

    I did like this, but thought that it was a bit all over the place. I only really liked one issue and that was the one dealing with Death and the woman who was not a woman, Rainie. There seemed to be no connection between these issues and I thought that the issue ending on scripts of wh...