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Essential Vertigo: The Sandman (1996) #9

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2010-09-09 23:53:47 JohnW Synopsis A young African man has come of age. As part of his rites of passage into manhood, his grandfather takes him to the heart of a sacred desert to tell him a story that each man is told and only told once. It is the story of the time Dream visited Earth and fell in love with a human woman. He pursued her and she relented, her city was destroyed and she fled from him. Ultimately rejecting him, he exacted a terrible revenge.
2006-11-20 02:14:00 ricky7d Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-11-20 02:14:00 ricky7d Added Cover Added cover (large)

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