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Tacky and incomprehensible: The Sandman audiobook reviewed

19 September 2020

9:00 AM

19 September 2020

9:00 AM

The Sandman

Audible

Listening to the tacky and incomprehensible audio-adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s graphic novel seriesSandman, I couldn’t stop thinking about the 19th-century Swiss artist Rodolphe Töppfer.

Did Mr Töppfer realise what he was doing when he one day decided to draw a narrative in sequential panels with captions underneath? His satirical novel in pictures, Histoire de M.

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