The Sandman: Season of Mists

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Season of Mists is a 1992 American seven-part comic and the fourth collection of issues in the DC Comics' The Sandman series.wikipedia
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Kelley Jones

It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.
In 1990 and 1991, he drew several issues of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman series with contributions to the "Dream Country" and "Season of Mists" story arcs.

Matt Wagner

It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.
In 1991, he illustrated part of the "Season of Mists" story arc in Neil Gaiman's The Sandman series.

Mike Dringenberg

It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.
Dringenberg's work appears in the Sandman collections "Preludes and Nocturnes", "The Doll's House" and "Season of Mists".

Jill Thompson

The 2003 graphic novel Death: At Death's Door by Jill Thompson is also related.
These include the manga-style book Death: At Death's Door, one of DC's best selling books of 2003, set during the events of Season of Mists, and The Little Endless Storybook, a children's book using childlike versions of the Endless.

Death: At Death's Door

Death: At Death’s Door
The 2003 graphic novel Death: At Death's Door by Jill Thompson is also related.
It seems to take a more child-friendly and humorous approach, through the eyes of one of the more popular of the Endless characters, Death, to the storyline Season of Mists.

The Sandman: Dream Country

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It is preceded by Dream Country and followed by A Game of You.
It is preceded by The Doll's House and followed by Season of Mists.

The Sandman: A Game of You

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It is preceded by Dream Country and followed by A Game of You.
It is preceded by Season of Mists and followed by Fables & Reflections.

Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize for Scenario

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In 2004 this collection received the award for the best scenario at the Angoulême International Comics Festival.

Neil Gaiman

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It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.

Lucifer (DC Comics)

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As he arrives, Lucifer expels all the demons and damned souls from Hell, abdicates as its ruler, and gives Morpheus the key to Hell's gates (this episode sets up the basis for the spin-off comic series Lucifer written by Mike Carey). Duma and Remiel are set to observe the negotiations (Susano-o-no-Mikoto, Duma, and Remiel later become important characters in the spin-off series Lucifer).
In the Sandman story "Season of Mists", Lucifer expels all the demons and damned souls from Hell before closing Hell's gates and handing over the key to Hell to Dream of the Endless, the title character of the Sandman series.

List of The Sandman characters

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Word of Lucifer's abdication spreads to other immortals, who visit the Dreaming to bargain for it: Odin wishes to control Hell to avoid Ragnarök and travels to the Dreaming with Loki and Thor; Anubis, Bast, and Bes to offer information in exchange for the key to Hell; Susano-o-no-Mikoto, requests to add Hell to a new underworld controlled by his family; and Azazel arrives with Choronzon and Merkin, and demands the key in exchange for Nada and Choronzon. Duma and Remiel are set to observe the negotiations (Susano-o-no-Mikoto, Duma, and Remiel later become important characters in the spin-off series Lucifer).
In the fourth story arc, Season of Mists, Cain is sent to Hell to give a message to Lucifer because cain is protected by a curse that would deter lucifer from harming him.

Dead Boy Detectives

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Although the two main characters in this tale, the ghosts of two school boys, never appear again in the Sandman series, they later appear as "The Dead Boy Detectives" in Gaiman's Vertigo crossover story The Children's Crusade, and in a mini-series of the same name by Jill Thompson.
The characters were created by Gaiman and Wagner during the "Season of Mists" storyline in Sandman #25.

Bes

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Word of Lucifer's abdication spreads to other immortals, who visit the Dreaming to bargain for it: Odin wishes to control Hell to avoid Ragnarök and travels to the Dreaming with Loki and Thor; Anubis, Bast, and Bes to offer information in exchange for the key to Hell; Susano-o-no-Mikoto, requests to add Hell to a new underworld controlled by his family; and Azazel arrives with Choronzon and Merkin, and demands the key in exchange for Nada and Choronzon.

Duma (DC Comics)

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Duma and Remiel are set to observe the negotiations (Susano-o-no-Mikoto, Duma, and Remiel later become important characters in the spin-off series Lucifer).
In Season of Mists, Lucifer has closed down Hell in frustration, handing off the key to Morpheus.

The Sandman (Vertigo)

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Season of Mists is a 1992 American seven-part comic and the fourth collection of issues in the DC Comics' The Sandman series.
These include the manga-style book Death: At Death's Door, one of DC's best selling books of 2003, set during the events of Season of Mists, and The Little Endless Storybook, a children's book using childlike versions of the Endless.

Trade paperback (comics)

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Season of Mists is a 1992 American seven-part comic and the fourth collection of issues in the DC Comics' The Sandman series.

DC Comics

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Season of Mists is a 1992 American seven-part comic and the fourth collection of issues in the DC Comics' The Sandman series.

Malcolm Jones III

It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.

Dick Giordano

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It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.

George Pratt (artist)

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It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.

P. Craig Russell

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It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.

Steve Oliff

It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.

Todd Klein

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It was written by Neil Gaiman; illustrated by Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell; coloured by Steve Oliff and Danny Vozzo; and lettered by Todd Klein.

Harlan Ellison

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The collection first appeared in paperback and hardback in 1992 with an introduction by Harlan Ellison.