The Sandman Universe's Lucifer Is A Whole New Kind Of Devil

The devil has always represented seduction personified, but what if all that were taken away from him?

Diving Into Dora: Why The Dreaming’s Newest Character is Also One of its Best

In Simon Spurrier and Bilquis Evely’s THE DREAMING #1, we’re reunited with many of the colorful denizens of Neil Gaiman’s surreal kingdom of

Neil Gaiman Introduces The Sandman Universe

The world of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman is about about to get a few new corners with the debut of The Sandman Universe, four new ongoing books that will return us to Gaiman's landmark fantasy universe. Introduced by Gaiman, writers Si Spurrier (The Dreaming), Nalo Hopkinson (House of Whispers), Dan Watters (Lucifer) and Kat Howard (Books of Magic) each discuss their respective series and what we can expect when they debut in September and October.

The Sandman Universe #1 is a Doorway Into The Dreaming

There are a few comics that are spoken of in hushed tones, ones that get called seminal, and when you're entering comics fandom for the first time, will likely be recommended to you at every possible chance.

From Neil Gaiman and DC Vertigo comes The Sandman Universe, a spectacular work of imagination set in the world of his bestselling comic and comprised of four ongoing, interconnected new titles.
Dreaming Disturbed: First Look at The Sandman Universe #1
In this first look at the highly anticipated new one-shot, there’s a strange tear in the fabric of the Dreaming…and of course, Morpheus is nowhere to be found.
Moore on Metal: Darkly Dreaming

All roads lead...to Darkness!!! (Cue amazing guitar solo that shreds your face off.)

Lucifer

You think your job is tedious? Any job would turn boring after doing it for eight billion years—even if you’re an immortal. That's what happened to Lucifer Morningstar. Ever the rule breaker, the archangel rebelled about three seconds after creation and was given the dubious responsibility of ruling Hell and doling out suffering to humans.

DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Jill Thompson

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons throughout 2015 and featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, celebrated illustrator Jill Thompson shows how she creates comics using her signature watercolors by drawing a character for which she's become known—The Sandman. Utilizing tools and processes not typically used in comic art, it's a truly unique demonstration caught at last year's San Diego Comic-Con. 

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