The Sandman, Volume 9: The Kindly Ones by Neil Gaiman, Frank McConnell
The Sandman, Volume 9: The Kindly Ones Neil Gaiman, Frank McConnell ebook
Publisher: DC Comics
The Sandman The Kindly Ones I got The Sandman Volume 9: The Kindly Ones by Neil Gaiman the weekend before Thanksgiving thinking I could nurse it through the long holiday weekend. ["The Kindly Ones" is installment 9 - of 10! 1 Origin HC Marvel Avengers Prelude TP Sandman Vol. Sandman is a comic about stories, but it's also about family, and it isn't until the end of this first volume that the latter comes into play. Of course, no one library in any of the nearby systems had all of them, and so I ended up reading book nine first, then the rest in proper order as I found them. 3 Batman and Robin Must Die TP Justice League Vol. But after reading the same quote on love from “The Kindly Ones” over and over, I decided that I should probably have some context for it, and started tracking down the ten volumes. I haven't read the Sandman in eight or nine years. In what I would probably call the grand finale of the whole Sandman series (though I haven't yet read #10, I can't imagine a climax bigger than the event at the end of “The Kindly Ones”) characters re- surface, characters die, and things change – big time. It's a soul-hurt, a real gets-inside-you-and-rips-you-apart pain. 1 The Hunt TP Batman and Robin Vol. It all begins with those three sisters from the first volume, and soon we're brought to where Lyta Hall, now mother to Morpheus' baby Daniel, is off on a date/job interview. Sandman was a big deal when I was collecting, to the point that I remember the big todo over the fact that Kindly Ones was coming out and everyone knew what was going to happen in that storyline. I hate love.” ― Neil Gaiman, The Sandman, Vol.