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    Sentences forThe Sandman: Endless Nights

    • Gaiman wrote several new stories about Morpheus and his siblings, one story for each, which were published in 2003 as the Endless Nights anthology.The Sandman (comic book)-Wikipedia
    • In Endless Nights (2003) Gaiman shows Death several billion years ago, with a markedly different personality — forbidding and joyless.Death (DC Comics)-Wikipedia
    • , along with Endless Nights, now numbered as Volume 11, both prose and comic versions of The Dream Hunters as separate unnumbered volumes and Overture as Volume ∞.The Sandman (comic book)-Wikipedia
    • There is a long-standing enmity between Dream and Desire, stemming from Desire's possible involvement in the failure of one of Dream's amours (seen in Endless Nights).Dream (character)-Wikipedia
    • Gaiman has since stated when asked that the story was entirely of his own devising, most recently in the Foreword to The Sandman: Endless Nights.The Sandman: The Dream Hunters-Wikipedia
    • Volume II was nominated for the 2003 award, but lost to The Sandman: Endless Nights.The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen-Wikipedia

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