As far as I remember this graphic novel is pretty close to the original Gaiman's novel. The drawings are very good and add value to the story. Of course it's not comparable to "The Sandman" but I guess that is because it was thought to be a graphc novel from the beginning.
However worthy to read.
Meh - this was ok, but it pales in comparison to The Sandman. I guess that's because the twists weren't real shockers and you can kinda guess what's going on halfway through the story?