Hell’s closed for business, and that means one thing: dead man’s party! For her dip into the Sandman mythos, writer-artist Jill Thompson uses the Dream-doesn’t-know-what-to-do-with-the-key-to- Hell story line (see Season of Mists) as a backdrop for a tale of sisters Death, Delirium, and Despair and their frothy solution to a deluge of the dead. Funnier – and much girlier – than most Sandman tales, it’s both a welcome return to that world and a neat diversion from it.
Death: At Death's Door Hell's closed for business, and that means one thing: dead man's party! For her dip into the Sandman mythos, writer-artist Jill Thompson uses the Dream...Death: At Death's DoorJill Thompson Hell's closed for business, and that means one thing: dead man's party! For her dip into the Sandman mythos, writer-artist Jill Thompson uses the Dream...2003-07-25
Author: Jill Thompson
Posted January 17 2015 — 4:48 AM EST
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