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Endless Nights tell a story about each of the Endless. My favorite is Despair that shows 15 different portraits of despair. Another favorite is Destruction story. This is one of the Endless that has not had much page time in the Sandman series. I have come to love these characters so much and will miss reading about their complex universe.
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2020
This volume contains seven stories, one for each of the Endless siblings. All are illustrated by a different artist as well.
So this volume was just okay in my opinion. I didn’t love most of the art styles featured in this one. I didn’t like the art styles for the stories, Dream, Despair, or Delirium. Despair’s story featured mixed media that was unusual and hard to decipher. Also the text didn’t really present a clear story. Delirium’s story also made little sense and while the artwork was better I still didn’t love it.
The stories in this volume felt incomplete, which was disappointing after reading all the previous volumes that told a full story. I feel like it would have been better if they had just stopped the series at volume 10 with the end of Morpheus’s story.