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DC Preview: The Dreaming: Waking Hours #1

The Dreaming: Waking Hours #1, by G. Willow Wilson, Nick Robles and Mat Lopes hits shelves August 4, 2020.

A new chapter in the Sandman saga begins with an all-new series populated by faces both familiar and new!

One of Dream’s heaviest responsibilities is the creation of nightmares—the beings that haunt our sleep and turn our thoughts toward darkness. In the form of Ruin, the nightmare of catastrophic failure, Dream was certain he’d built his next masterpiece…but Ruin can’t help but live up to his name, sending every situation into a spiral of unexpected consequences. Unfortunately, Shakespearean scholar (and exhausted new mother) Lindy has dreamed of Ruin…and in the process, she’s delivered him unto the waking world!

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The Sandman Universe is changing—and Hugo and World Fantasy award-winning writer G. Willow Wilson (Wonder WomanMs. MarvelThe Bird King) and breakout artist Nick Robles (Euthanauts) are here to welcome you!

The Dreaming: Waking Hours #1

Written by G. Willow Wilson
Art and cover by Nick Robles
Card stock variant cover by Bill Sienkiewicz
DC BLACK LABEL AGES 17+
On Sale: August 4, 2020
$3.99 | Card Stock Variant Cover: $4.99

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