Warning: Spoilers for Nightmare Nation #1 below!
bloody grotesque new Sandman Universe Split, Nightmare LandPresented in full on the recently released Variant Cover of Issue 2, featuring the terrifying Corinthian style originally created by Neil Gaiman. Nightmare Land Knowing that it fuels nightmares, and even used the phrase in the first issue, DC Comics has hired incredible artists to artfully portray humanity’s worst fears.
Nightmare Land is the latest in a series of new comics in Neil Gaiman’s ever-expanding universe. Sandman Universe, and revolves around the monster Morpheus created by the original dream. Collins is a living nightmare. “made into a dark mirror and human tormentor”, And is usually depicted as a man with shockingly white hair and dark sunglasses. However, when the sunglasses are removed, the real nightmare created by the Sandman begins, as Collins has no eyes, only two pairs of mouths growling and licking in their eye sockets.
Nightmare LandMature Publishing in DC black label The imprint, written by the legendary James Tenion IV (Beautiful house by the lake, something kills the child) Lisandro Estherren (Countryman, strange sky over East Berlin† The series features guest artists who showcase “Dream” on each song, as well as a host of terrifying variations. dc country An upcoming 1:25 incentive variant was recently released Nightmare Land #2 by Francesco Mattina (Azrael, Batman Confidential, Terminate) in Corinthian ghastly glory, with monstrous sights from the eyes and mouths of screaming monsters.This beautiful but scary variant cover reinforces the fact that Sandman Universe Keep trying to capture the essence of old Vertigo comics, it’s true sand man Originally published with major success.
Sandman Universe: Nightmare Nation #2 will arrive on May 10th with a very scary Francesco Mattina 1:25 variant, as well as a 1:50 foil variant! Pre-order at your local comic book store this Sunday. pic.twitter.com/8ZavNWYk6T
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James Tynion IV and DC Recognize How Really Terrifying This New Series and Corinthian Is in Issue 1 Nightmare Land When art for a new character depicting a Corinthian variant of Flynn is revealed, call it his one-night stand”real nightmare fuel† Collins in Nightmare Land He wasn’t actually the first Corinthian, after the first was destroyed by Morpheus, because he was just a serial killer and served his “purpose”.It is evident that this new Corinthian, first created in kind, still obsessed with the first Corinthian massacre, recalling the horrors it caused and writing them all down in a notebook. Apparently the Corinthians were unleashed by the Sandman, somehow eliminating an even more terrifying threat that, at the end of the first place, seemed likely to be the “Smiling Man”, a massive amorphous creature, and It has a mouth! Martina’s variant cover perfectly depicts how terrifying it was to encounter a Corinthian without sunglasses, as the creature’s eyes flashed suggestive screams of pain or ecstasy.
along with sand man universe continue to grow, as recently in lock and key The universe is already clear Nightmare Land It will soon become a classic story in an evolving world. The Corinthian variant of Francesco Mattina is just the beginning of the horror Sandman Universe: Nightmare Land It will bring collateral damage like multiple nightmares colliding with human souls.
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The Sandman Universe’s Latest Cover Art is Pure DC Comics Nightmare Fuel
Warning: Spoilers for Nightmare Country #1 ahead!
The gory, grotesque new Sandman Universe spin-off, Nightmare Country, is on full display in a newly released variant cover for issue #2, featuring the horrifying Corinthian originally created by Neil Gaiman. Nightmare Country knows it is nightmare fuel, even using this phrase in its first issue, and DC Comics has hired amazing artists to create artful depictions of humanity’s worst fears.
Nightmare Country is the latest in a series of new comics taking place in Neil Gaiman’s ever expanding Sandman Universe, and it focuses on a monster created by the original Dream, Morpheus. The Corinthian is a living nightmare, “created to be a dark mirror and tormentor of humanity,” and is typically depicted in a man’s body with shocking white hair and dark sunglasses. However when the sunglasses are removed is when the real nightmare created by Sandman begins, as the Corinthian has no eyes, just two sets of snarling, licking mouths in his sockets.
Nightmare Country, published by DC’s mature Black Label imprint, is written by the legendary James Tynion IV (The Nice House on the Lake, Something Is Killing the Children) with devastatingly wicked art by Lisandro Estherren (Redneck, Strange Skies Over East Berlin). The series features guest artists illustrating “The Dreaming” every issue, as well as a series of horrifying variant covers. DC Nation recently posted an upcoming 1:25 incentive variant cover for Nightmare Country #2 illustrated by Francesco Mattina (Azrael, Batman Confidential, DCeased) that depicts the Corinthian in all his terribly glory, with a haunting view of the monster’s screaming eye mouths. This gorgeous but terrifying variant cover solidifies the fact that the Sandman Universe is continuing to find success in capturing the essence of old Vertigo comics, which is where Sandman was originally published and became a critical success.
THE SANDMAN UNIVERSE: NIGHTMARE COUNTRY #2 arrives May 10 with an appropriately unsettling 1:25 variant cover by Francesco Mattina—along with a 1:50 foil variant! Preorder at your local comic shop by this Sunday. pic.twitter.com/8ZavNWYk6T
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James Tynion IV and DC acknowledge how horrifying this new series, and the Corinthian, truly is, in the first issue of Nightmare Country when a new character Flynn’s art is revealed depicting variations on the Corinthian, which her one night stand calls, “real nightmare fuel.” The Corinthian in Nightmare Country is actually not the first Corinthian, after the first was destroyed by Morpheus since he was just a serial killer and was fulfilling his “purpose.” It is clear that this new Corinthian, first created in The Kindly Ones, is still obsessed with the first Corinthian’s murder spree, reminiscing on the memories of the terror it caused and writing them all down in a notebook. Apparently the Corinthian has been freed by the Sandman to somehow take down an even more horrifying threat, and by the end of issue one it seems like this threat may be “The Smiling Man,” a large amorphous creature who also has mouths for eyes! Mattina’s variant cover paints a perfect picture of how horrifying it would be to ever run into the Corinthian without his sunglasses on, with the creatures eye mouths shown to be in an evocative scream of either agony or ecstasy.
With the Sandman Universe continuing to grow, like with the recent crossover into the Locke & Key universe, it is already clear that Nightmare Country is going to quickly establish itself as a classic story within the expanding world. Francesco Mattina’s variant cover of the Corinthian is only the beginning of the horror that Sandman Universe: Nightmare Country will bring, as multiple nightmares collide with humanity’s soul as collateral damage.
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