The Sandman: Fables & Reflections - Issues Collected

Issues Collected

Issue Title Writer Penciller Inker Colorist Letterer Ast Editor Editor
Vertigo Preview "Fear of Falling" Neil Gaiman Kent Williams Kent Williams Sherilyn van Valkenburgh Todd Klein n/a Karen Berger
31 "Distant Mirrors - Three Septembers and a January" Neil Gaiman Shawn McManus Shawn McManus Daniel Vozzo Todd Klein Alisa Kwitney Karen Berger
29 "Distant Mirrors - Thermidor" Neil Gaiman Stan Woch Dick Giordano Daniel Vozzo Todd Klein Alisa Kwitney Karen Berger
38 "Convergence - The Hunt" Neil Gaiman Duncan Eagleson Vince Locke Daniel Vozzo Todd Klein Alisa Kwitney Karen Berger
30 "Distant Mirrors - August" Neil Gaiman Bryan Talbot Stan Woch Daniel Vozzo Todd Klein Alisa Kwitney Karen Berger
39 "Convergence - Soft Places" Neil Gaiman John Watkiss John Watkiss Daniel Vozzo Todd Klein Alisa Kwitney Karen Berger
Sandman Special "The Song of Orpheus" Neil Gaiman Bryan Talbot Mark Buckingham Daniel Vozzo Todd Klein Shelly Roeberg Karen Berger
40 "Convergence - The Parliament of Rooks" Neil Gaiman Jill Thompson Vince Locke Daniel Vozzo Todd Klein Alisa Kwitney Karen Berger
50 "Distant Mirrors - Ramadan" Neil Gaiman P.Craig Russell P.Craig Russell Lovern Kindzierski / Digital Chameleon Todd Klein Shelly Roeberg Karen Berger

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