Review: Sandman Vol. 10

If you’d asked me hypothetically whether an entire volume dedicated to a ‘wake’ would be a good read, I probably would have not been enthused.

Yet somehow between the artwork, the resolutions, the traumas, and the stream of backstory reveals Sandman Vol 10. Is just as amazing to read as the rest. Something of interest is that there aren’t any corny plot reveals or story twists, but there are quite a few reveals and non-reveals through characters discussing Dream. I don’t really know how Gaiman pulls it off, but the story of Sandman is both fantasy epic stuff, but also heartfelt and characterised so personally.

I confess now I’m a little lost, I read Vol 11. which I’ll review shortly but now I guess I just sit back and hope that the Streaming series isn’t a steaming pile…

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