Series: The Sandman
|The Sandman: Overture by Neil Gaiman||prequel|
|The Sandman: Preludes and Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman||1-8|
|The Sandman: The Doll's House by Neil Gaiman||9-16|
|The Sandman: Dream Country by Neil Gaiman||17-20|
|The Sandman: Season of Mists by Neil Gaiman||21-28|
|The Sandman: A Game of You by Neil Gaiman||32-37|
|The Sandman: Fables & Reflections by Neil Gaiman||29-31, 38-40, 50, Special 1|
|The Sandman: Brief Lives by Neil Gaiman||41-49|
|The Sandman: Worlds' End by Neil Gaiman||51-56|
|The Sandman: The Kindly Ones by Neil Gaiman||57–69|
|The Sandman: The Wake by Neil Gaiman||70–75|
|Sandman 10 Volume Slipcase Set by Neil Gaiman||1-10 box set|
|The Sandman: The Dream Hunters [Illustrated Novella] by Neil Gaiman||illustrated novella|
|The Sandman: The Dream Hunters [Comic Adaptation] by P. Craig Russell||adaptation|
|The Sandman: Endless Nights by Neil Gaiman||coda|
|The Absolute Sandman Volume One by Neil Gaiman||Omnibus of issues 1-20|
|The Absolute Sandman Volume Two by Neil Gaiman||Omnibus of issues 21-39|
|The Absolute Sandman Volume Three by Neil Gaiman||Omnibus of issues 40-56|
|The Absolute Sandman Volume Four by Neil Gaiman||Omnibus of issues 57-75|
|The Absolute Sandman Volume Five by Neil Gaiman||Omnibus of The Dream Hunters, Endless Nights, Midnight Theater|
|The Absolute Sandman Overture by Neil Gaiman||Collection of The Sandman Overture #1-6 in color and b&w|
|The Sandman Omnibus Vol. 1 by Neil Gaiman||Very Large Omnibus of issues 1-37|
|The Sandman Omnibus Vol. 2 by Neil Gaiman||Very Large Omnibus of issues 38-75|
|The Annotated Sandman, Volume One by Neil Gaiman||Annotated Omnibus of issues 1-20|
|The Annotated Sandman, Volume Two by Neil Gaiman||Annotated Omnibus of issues 21-39|
|The Annotated Sandman, Volume Three by Neil Gaiman||Annotated Omnibus of issues 40-56|
|The Annotated Sandman, Volume Four by Neil Gaiman||Annotated Omnibus of issues 57-75|
|Sandman Absolute 1: Sueño by Neil Gaiman||Absolute 1 [Spain, France, Italy]|
|Sandman Absolute 2: Deseo by Neil Gaiman||Absolute 2 [Spain, France, Italy]|
|Sandman Absolute 3: Delirio by Neil Gaiman||Absolute 3 [Spain, France, Italy]|
|Sandman Absolute 4: Destrucción by Neil Gaiman||Absolute 4 [Spain, France, Italy]|
|Sandman Absolute 5: Desesperación by Neil Gaiman||Absolute 5 [Spain, France, Italy]|
|Sandman Absolute 6: Destino by Neil Gaiman||Absolute 6 [Spain, France, Italy]|
|Sandman Absolute 7: Muerte by Neil Gaiman||Absolute 7 [Spain, France, Italy]|
|Sandman Absolute 8: Infinito by Neil Gaiman||Absolute 8 [Spain, France, Italy]|
|Sandman tome 1 by Neil Gaiman||Volume I [France], issues 1-16|
|Sandman tome 2 by Neil Gaiman||Volume II [France], issues 17-28|
|Sandman tome 3 by Neil Gaiman||Volume III [France], issues 29-39, Midnight Theatre|
|Sandman tome 4 by Neil Gaiman||Volume IV [France], issues 40-49, Special 1|
|Sandman tome 5 by Neil Gaiman||Volume V [France], issues 50-56, comic adaptation The Dream Hunters|
|Sandman tome 6 by Neil Gaiman||Volume VI [France], issues 57-69|
|Sandman tome 7 by Neil Gaiman||Volume VII [France], issues 70-75, illustrated novella The Dream Hunters, Endless Nights|
|Sandman Midnight Theatre by Neil Gaiman||Guest Appearance 1995|
|The Sandman: Book of Dreams by Neil Gaiman||Short Story Collection 1996|
|Dust Covers: The Collected Sandman Covers by Dave McKean||Short Story 1997|
|The Sandman Companion by Hy Bender||Companion 1999|
|The Little Endless Storybook by Jill Thompson||Guest Appearance 2001|
|Death: At Death's Door by Jill Thompson||Guest Appearance 2003|
|The Dead Boy Detectives by Jill Thompson||Guest Appearance 2005|
|Delirium's Party: A Little Endless Storybook by Jill Thompson||Guest Appearance 2011|
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The Sandman, written by Neil Gaiman, was a 75 issue comic book series that ran from 1989 to 1996 with several spinoffs. The series, published by DC Comics under their Vertigo imprint, was collected in ten trade paperbacks, four Absolute editions (with a 5th containing associated stories) and two omnibuses. An annotated black and white series is in progress.
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