Neil Gaiman The Sandman 8

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This collection of tales tells of travellers caught in the vortex of a "reality storm". These wayfarers come from throughout time, myth and dreams to converge upon a mysterious inn, there to share stories of the places they have been and things they have seen, beside a flickering fire. (Quelle:'Flexibler Einband/22.06.1995')

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Meine erste Graphic Novel, sehr schöne Geschichte und Zeichnungen.

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Mein erstes Manga und ich muss gestehen so schlecht war es garnicht. Das einzige was ungewohnt war, ist das man Mangas von hinten liest.

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Der nasse Fisch

Sehr gelungen!

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Grenzenlose, nervtötende Naivität inmitten tiefster Korruptheit! Sehr einseitig und klischeehaft...

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Sherlock Holmes als Manga. Als Vorlage dient die TV-Serie Sherlock. Ein Muss für alle Sherlock-Fans

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  • Rezension zu "The Sandman Vol. 8: World's End (Sandman Collected Library)" von Neil Gaiman

    The Sandman 8
    Xirxe

    Xirxe

    13. March 2013 um 19:59

    Charlene Mooney and Brant Tucker are going by car from Seattle to Chicago, when in the middle of a night of June they get caught in a snowstorm. The car gets out of the road and crashes into a tree. Brant frees the unconscious Charlene and drags her with his last strength back to the road, as he believes. But he has lost his way completely and they ends up in the inn Worlds End. There, it is been taking care of the injured Charlene, while Brant is supplied with food and drink. It seems to be a strange society whom they meet there: people who appear to come from another century, figures that seem to have sprung from an ancient legend, some creatures seem as if they come from a dream and so on. All they sit together and pass the time by telling stories. Brant joins them and listens ... The six stories are of very different nature: fairy tales, legends, science fiction, adventure, intrigue - and one amazing than the other. Unlike the previous books of and with Sandman, this time he and his siblings only appear marginally - what the quality of the stories, however, not detract. Nevertheless, I have been missing him (so I award an asterisk less ) The drawings are congenial as before and their style perfectly match to the particular story. I’m already looking forward for the next part.

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  • Rezension zu "The Sandman" von Neil Gaiman

    The Sandman 8
    Ein LovelyBooks-Nutzer

    Ein LovelyBooks-Nutzer

    22. August 2009 um 10:55

    Dieser achte Band der Sandman-Saga hat mich irgendwie nicht so angesprochen und gefesselt wie die bisherigen Bände, obwohl die Idee der Geschichte eigentlich ganz gut ist.