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The Sandman, Vol. 2

Doll's House

By Neil Gaiman

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| Paperback | 9781852862923

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Collects The Sandman #9–16.

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    Algo espléndido

    No deja de sorprenderme tal punto de creatividad.
    Lo que más me gusta (aparte de lo ya comentado de la mezcla de todos los géneros) que te cuenta historias de manera coral que no tienen sentido, pero al final todo encaja perfectamente.

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    dloco said on May 30, 2014 | Add your feedback

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    This is the one in which we go around America with Rose Walker, we meet her peculiar housemates and especially Gilbert - Fiddler's Green. And the Collectors' convention. Spine-chilling.

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    Marco Piva said on Mar 25, 2013 | Add your feedback

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    Majestic effort of one of the best fantastic storytellers of this generation, gifting us with deep interwoven stories, because the dream is a collection of gems which stand in themselves and, if you are careful enough, also show you a clear and aston ...(continue)

    Majestic effort of one of the best fantastic storytellers of this generation, gifting us with deep interwoven stories, because the dream is a collection of gems which stand in themselves and, if you are careful enough, also show you a clear and astonishing internal consistency

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    emanuele said on Oct 2, 2012 | Add your feedback

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    " if my dream was true, then everything we know, everything we think we know is a lie. it means the world's about as solid and as reliable as a layer of scum on the top of a well of black water which goes down forever, and there are things in the dep ...(continue)

    " if my dream was true, then everything we know, everything we think we know is a lie. it means the world's about as solid and as reliable as a layer of scum on the top of a well of black water which goes down forever, and there are things in the dephts that i don't even want to think about. it means more than that. it means we are just dolls. we don't have a clue what's really going down, we just kid ourselves that we are in control of our lifes while a paper thickness away things that would drive us mad if we thought about them for too long play with us, and move us around from room to room, and put us away at night when they're tired, or bored. [...] dreams are weird and stupid and they scare me. "

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    kovalski said on Nov 13, 2011 | Add your feedback

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    Secondo episodio. La saga comincia a staccarsi progressivamente dalle forme canoniche del fumetto. L'originalità di Gaiman regna sovrana. Geniale in particolare l'episodio del congresso dei serial killer.

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    Kahibit said on Nov 2, 2011 | Add your feedback

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