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Hello. My name is 'Saruviel' (real name: Daniel Thomas Andrew Daly). I've been a fan of DC Comics Vertigo imprint for many years, and particularly enjoyed the Sandman comics, which I knew about from it's launch, but didn't collect until the mid 50s of the run. I find Neil a sensitive author, with a view of justice and mercy strongly within his writing, shown through the way many of his characters interact with each other. He is a good voice of this generation, speaking to the heart of many, I feel. I find, personally, some of his viewpoints too liberal and not conservative enough, for society is a lot older than the fresh young uni student listening to 'Joy Division' and 'New Order' often thinks it is, believing himself the centre of a culture revolution. We've been there done that a lot before, you know. Nothing new Neil. Cheers to everyone.
Hello to everyone in this group. I'm Daniel Thomas Andrew Daly from Canberra in Australia.
I had many Sandman comics years ago. I no longer have them. However, I have the complete Trade Paperback collection of Lucifer by Mike Carey, and having the complete Trade Paperback collection of Sandman makes sense to me. I have room on my bookcase to afford it, so that is perhaps an idea in a little while when I finish off so of my other DC collections. I'm also looking forward to a final DVD box set of 'Good Omens' when and if it becomes available.
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