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The Sandman, Vol. 7 by Neil Gaiman
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Jul 28, 2011

it was amazing
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Read in July, 2011

This volume featured Delirium, mostly. It's about her search, partially with the aid of Dream, to find their brother, Destruction.

Delirium fascinates me.

I feel like she must have elements that ring true to everyone- I can't speak for anyone else, but she definitely does with me. And that's sorta disconcerting, and sorta comforting. I could see myself in her shoes so easily.

And, or course, the whole thing is fucking beautiful. The artwork, as always, was gorgeous. The changes in Delirium's appearance are subtle and important. When you visit her realm, part of her makes more sense. The contrast between the different realms of the Endless are freaking amazing.

So good. Need to get my hands on the next one like, now.

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