Hero Comics 2011 reunites the original Sandman creative team for the first time in more than 20 years! Gaiman, Kieth, Dringenberg, together again at last! This is BIG! This is THE BEATLES getting back together for one final album – this is an event that is not to be missed!

But that’s not all, we also have an exclusive CHEW short story by John Layman and Rob Guillory! Chew was one of the most honored and acclaimed books last year, taking the comics world by storm. Its meteoric rise included an Eisner Award for best new series of the year!

Plus, we’ve got a beauty of an ELEPHANTMAN story by Richard Starkings and Dougie Braithwaite!

Special bonus – Sam Kieth brings you a behind-the-scenes mini-memoir of how this Sandman-alum project came to be.

Plus true-to-life experiences from comics creators who have personally benefitted from the Hero Initiative!

Story by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, John Layman, Richard Starkings, Steven Perry & Ralph Reese
Art by Mike Dringenberg, Sam Kieth, Rob Guillory, Chris Ivy, Stephen R. Bissette & Ralph Reese
Cover by J. Scott Campbell & Adam Hughes

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.2%


RobAbsten08/04/11NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.3
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  1. I wonder what Gaiman is doing

  2. Whoa, Sandman reunion. I’m intrigued.

  3. If it’s to benefit the HERO Initiative, I might give it a shot, if I’ve got any cash left this week.

  4. nice cover

  5. I agree with the user review by @RobAbsten.  This was worth every penny and more.  Plus, the Sam Keith story about the MAKING of the Gaiman/Dringenberg/Keith story was somehow just as entertaining as the story itself!  And, man, the last story was heart-wrenching and wonderful to look at, with art by the always-impressive doug braithwaite.  Buy it! Dude, really, buy it.

  6. I couldn’t tell you what the art actually was of in the Gaimen story but the poem was pretty cool. What made this for me was the Chew psychedelic story and the Elaphantmen story made me want to read that title. Anybody who reads it?

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