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Vertigo Characters: List of the Sandman Characters, Swamp Thing, Death, John Constantine, Timothy Hunter, List of the Invisibles Character Source Wikipedia

Vertigo Characters: List of the Sandman Characters, Swamp Thing, Death, John Constantine, Timothy Hunter, List of the Invisibles Character

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Published August 17th 2011
ISBN : 9781155791449
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46 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: List of The Sandman characters, Swamp Thing, Death, John Constantine, Timothy Hunter, List of TheMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: List of The Sandman characters, Swamp Thing, Death, John Constantine, Timothy Hunter, List of The Invisibles characters, Black Orchid, First of the Fallen, Titania, Auberon, Chantinelle. Excerpt: This is a list of characters appearing in The Sandman comic book, published by DC Comics Vertigo imprint. This page discusses not only events which occur in The Sandman (1989-1994), but also some occurring in spinoffs of The Sandman (such as The Dreaming (1996-2001) and Lucifer (1999-2007)) and in earlier stories that The Sandman was based on. These stories occur in the DC Universe, but are generally tangential to the mainstream DC stories. The Endless are a family of seven anthropomorphic personifications of universal concepts, around whom much of the series revolves. From eldest to youngest, they are: All d buted in the Sandman series, except Destiny, who was created by Marv Wolfman and Berni Wrightson in Weird Mystery Tales #1 (1972). A more traditional version of Death had appeared in various previous stories, however. These inhabitants of the Dreaming are often former gods, myths, and even ordinary human beings who later became dreams. Cain and Abel are based on the Biblical Cain and Abel adapted by editor Joe Orlando with Bob Haney (writer) and Jack Sparling (artist) (Cain), and Mark Hannerfeld (writer) and Bill Draut (artist) (Abel). They were depicted together in Abels first appearance, and they parted to their respective Houses at the end of the story, the House of Secrets having been recently moved, with Cain promising things not to go the way they happened before. Although Cain would abuse Abel, he was not shown killing him until Swamp Thing vol. 2 #33. In Elviras House of Mystery #11, Cain expresses shock at having killed his brother in recent times. In the same issue, a contest-winning letter establishes tha...