Ten Moments that Mattered: Goodbye, Adam West

Has it been a year already? 2017 has reached its end, but before we dive into 2018, we’d like to take a moment and look back. For DC fans, 2017 was a remarkable year in comics, film and TV. Our characters reached new milestones and audiences, our writers and artists achieved remarkable new heights and our universe continued to grow in surprising new ways. And yet, within it all, several moments stood out for their importance and relevance. Some of them were groundbreaking, others were a welcome return. All of them are worthy of acknowledgement and celebration.

DC All Access - Revisiting The Sandman

Anyone who believes that dreams are easily forgotten clearly hasn't read The Sandman, Neil Gaiman's exemplary modern fantasy that began in 1988 and went on to become one of the most acclaimed comics of the 1990s. Still highly readable, the series helped establish Vertigo as an imprint for sophisticated and cutting-edge comics while cementing Neil Gaiman as one of the greatest authors of the modern age. In this DC All Access comics clip, we look back at the series, breaking down the beloved storyline from the earliest volume to the most recent.

For Neil Gaiman's thoughts and recollections on each volume of The Sandman: http://www.vertigocomics.com/blog/2015/11/11/through-the-mists-neil-gaiman-revisits-the-sandman

To watch DCAA Live's complete Sandman panel discussion with Neil Gaiman: http://www.vertigocomics.com/videos/the-sandman-neil-gaiman-in-conversation-with-junot-diaz

To read The Sandman: Overture digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/The-Sandman-Overture-2013/comics-series/11689

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5.2 Reasons We're Ready to Re-Enter the World of Sandman

Hello, DCComics.com and VertigoComics.com readers! Today’s edition of “5.2 Reasons” is so huge that we’re publishing it on both websites. Why? Well, in case you didn’t know, we’re currently in the midst of celebrating The Sandman on VertigoComics.com with a month-long promotion called “25 Days of Sandman,” and frankly, we wanted in on that bad boy.

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