|70||Chapter 1, Which Occurs in the Wake of What Has Gone Before||Neil Gaiman||Michael Zulli||n/a||Daniel Vozzo||Todd Klein||Shelly Roeberg||Karen Berger|
|71||Chapter 2, In Which a Wake is Held||Neil Gaiman||Michael Zulli||n/a||Daniel Vozzo||Todd Klein||Shelly Roeberg||Karen Berger|
|72||Chapter 3, In Which We Wake||Neil Gaiman||Michael Zulli||n/a||Daniel Vozzo||Todd Klein||Shelly Roeberg||Karen Berger|
|73||An Epilogue, Sunday Mourning||Neil Gaiman||Michael Zulli||n/a||Daniel Vozzo||Todd Klein||Shelly Roeberg||Karen Berger|
|74||Exiles||Neil Gaiman||n/a||Jon J Muth||Jon J Muth||Todd Klein||Shelly Roeberg||Karen Berger|
|75||The Tempest||Neil Gaiman / William Shakespeare||Charles Vess / Bryan Talbot / John Ridgway / Michael Zulli||Charles Vess||Daniel Vozzo||Todd Klein||Shelly Roeberg||Karen Berger|
- Issues 70-73 did not have an inker, and were done only in pencils and color.
- Issue 72 contains additional pages in the Wake bound collection versus the original comic.
- Issue 74 did not have a penciler, and was done entirely in inks.
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