The Endless Gallery

    (Vertigo, 1995)
ô and ©1995 DC Comics, Inc.

When Neil Gaiman started writing Sandman 1989, few dreamed that it would become the most popular title to ever be published by Vertigo, DCís alternative line of comics. Sandman is the story of the Endless, beings akin to the old Greek gods, and of the human lives which they touch. The Sandman himself is known as Dream (or Morpheus), and ruled over the Dreaming. His brothers and sisters cared for other realms. Their names were Death, Destiny, Destruction, Delirium, Desire, and Despair.

The Endless Gallery is a collection of various artistsí versions of Gaimanís characters. The gallery contains art by Michael Allred, Greg Capullo, Howard Chaykin, Ted McKeever, George Pratt, Bill Sienkiewicz, Jill Thompson, John Totleben, and many more. This one-shot follows two other galleries: Death Gallery, and The Sandman Gallery.

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Pin-ups; Introduction by Neil GaimanNeil GaimanAl Davison, Bill Sienkiewicz, Christian Alamy, Dave McKean, George Pratt, Greg Capullo, Howard Chaykin, Mark Chiarello, Michael T. Gilbert, Mike Allred, Peter Kuper, Rebecca Guay, Richard Case, Rick Berry, Shary Flenniken, Ted McKeever, Thom Ang, Terry Moore, Sherilyn Van Valkenburgh, Tom Taggart, Gavin Wilson, Greg Spalenka, Bonnie To, Jill Karla Schwarz, Kent Williams, Alison Seiffer, Paul Lee, John Totleben, Linda Medley, Jill Thompson