Morpheus Strip

Morpheus Strip: Dream Is Dead (All Hail Dream)

On Gaiman’s Sandman and the irritating end of Dream.

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Morpheus Strip: Revisiting Old Lives

It’s ten years ago, and I’m thousands of miles from home, living in a teeny room with a bed that’s been lopped short to fit and a slanting roof, like some medieval scholar monk. I don’t know anyone and I’m spending my days, and my nights, reading cramped texts in Greek and Latin; so much […]

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Morpheus Strip: Post-modern something

It looks like most of what I have to say will be in the Comments threads to Noah’s post, so go here if you’re curious. More important you’ll find Noah’s thoughts on Sandman, and over here is an illuminating discussion by the distinguished Ng Suat Tong. In this post I’ll add a paragraph from an […]

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Morpheus Strip: Impressions of Sandman #1-20

[Being a cursory reexamination of The Sandman #1-20 by a non-devotee] The last time I read the first few issues of The Sandman was sometime in the late 80s as the individual issues were being serialized. I suppose it must say something about my appreciation for the comic that it was one of the few […]

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Morpheus Strip: Dream Lovers

This is the first in a roundtable on Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series. Suat, Tom, Vom Marlowe, and Kinukitty will be along later in the week with their takes on the series as well. (Update: And you can now read the complete roundtable)______________________ I loved Sandman back when it came out in the late 80s/early 90s, […]

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