Review: The Sandman Vol. 11: Endless Nights by Neil Gaiman

Title: Endless Nights

Author: Neil Gaiman

Illustrators: Glenn Fabry, Milo Mandra, Miguelanxo Prado, Frank Quitely, P. Craig Russell, Bill Sienkiewicz, Barron Storey

Series: The Sandman Vol. 11

Genre: Horror, Fantasy

Pages: 153

Read: December 23, 2020

2 stars
2 stars – it was ok

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.


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Preludes & Nocturnes
  2. The Doll’s House
  3. Dream Country
  4. Season of Mists
  5. A Game of You
  6. Fables & Reflections
  7. Brief Lives
  8. World’s End
  9. The Kindly Ones
  10. The Wake

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