The Sandman, Vol. 1: Preludes and Nocturnes - Neil Gaiman, Malcolm Jones III, Karen  Berger, Sam Kieth, Todd Klein, Mike Dringenberg
Wizard wanted to capture Death, but he captured someone else instead.For years, Dream was imprisioned and some people fell asleep and never awoke.When Dream finally does get his freedom, he is weak and his Kingdom is almost in ruin, the dream Realm is changing. Dream knows he needs to get his tools back.Not the best graphic novel I've ever read, but the story was very original and unique. Gaiman had a very good idea when he wrote it, but there was just something about it that made me not fully enjoy it and I'm not sure what it was. However, it was not bad at all and I liked the characters, especially Dream. I will be reading the other graphic novels in the series.