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Midnight days

Author: Neil GaimanMatt WagnerRichard Piers RaynerKim DeMulderTeddy H Kristiansen; et al; All authors
Publisher: New York : Vertigo/DC Comics, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In Sandman Midnight Theatre, the Golden Age Sandman investigates an age-old mystery -- and, for the only time, comes face-to-face with his namesake, Dream of the Endless. In Hold Me, trenchcoated mystic John Constantine faces a ghost haunted by a very modern kind of loneliness. In Brothers, the Swamp Thing's extended family meets a flower-power-loving Geek and the decidedly unamused U.S. Government. In Shaggy Dog  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fantasy comic books, strips, etc
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Neil Gaiman; Matt Wagner; Richard Piers Rayner; Kim DeMulder; Teddy H Kristiansen; Dave McKean; Tatjana Wood; Danny Vozzo; Len Wein; Berni Wrightson; Sam Kieth; Mike Dringenberg; et al
ISBN: 156389517X 9781563895173
OCLC Number: 43304023
Notes: "The Sandman created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg."
"Swamp Thing created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson."
"Originally published in single magazine form as Swamp Thing annual #5, Hellblazer #27, Sandman mindnight theatre"--T.p. verso.
Target Audience: Suggested for mature readers.
Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Other Titles: Neil Gaiman's midnight days
Responsibility: Neil Gaiman, Matt Wagner, writers ; Richard Piers Rayner... [et al.], pencillers ; Kim DeMulder... [et al.], inkers ; Teddy Kristiansen, painted art ; Tatjana Wood, Dave McKean, Danny Vozzo, colorists ; Todd Klein, Tim Harkins, John Costanza, letterers ; "The Sandman" created by Neil Gaimam, Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg "Swamp Thing" created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson.

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"In Sandman Midnight Theatre, the Golden Age Sandman investigates an age-old mystery -- and, for the only time, comes face-to-face with his namesake, Dream of the Endless. In Hold Me, trenchcoated mystic John Constantine faces a ghost haunted by a very modern kind of loneliness. In Brothers, the Swamp Thing's extended family meets a flower-power-loving Geek and the decidedly unamused U.S. Government. In Shaggy Dog Stories, a half-sane plant-man plumbs the mysteries of existence. And the never-before-published Jack-in-the-Green, the Swamp Thing of another time confronts the horrors of his world -- large and small."--Pg. 4 of cover.

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