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Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2020
This is a singular arc about Sandman's freeing Nada and the results in the multiverse including Lucifer's abandonment of Hell to trap Morpheus in an impossible situation. Gaiman's theological inspiration is Teilhard de Chardin and the tone being set of Keat's reference of the title, Gaiman's metaphysics here are deliberately vague. There is so much to enjoy here: Loki's trickery, demonic games, and Lucifer on the beath. Kelly Jones's artwork here pairs well with McKeen's cover art, although that was missing from the volume I owe, and adds consistency to the art that some of the prior runs did not have.
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