The Sandman: Endless Nights is a graphic novel written by Neil Gaiman as a follow-up to his Sandman series. The book is divided into seven chapters, each devoted to one of the Endless, a family of brothers and sisters who are physical manifestations of the metaphysical concepts Dream , Death , Desire , Destruction , Delirium , Despair and Destiny . It was published by DC Comics in 2003. It won the Bram Stoker Award for Best Illustrated Narrative. It is also the first comic book to ever be on the New York Times Best Seller List

Each tale is stylistically different and illustrated by a different artist. Most of the tales are independent of each other; however, Destruction's tale relates to and immediately follows Delirium's. Destruction and Delirium's tales are the only ones that take place after the events of the Sandman series.

In line with all the other Sandman comics, the cover, logo, and book designs were created by Dave McKean.

The Sandman
Collections Preludes and NocturnesThe Doll's HouseDream CountrySeason of MistsA Game of YouFables and ReflectionsBrief LivesWorld's EndThe Kindly OnesThe Wake
Novellas The Dream HuntersEndless NightsOverture
The Sandman Universe The DreamingHouse of WhispersLuciferBooks of MagicJohn Constantine: HellblazerThe Dreaming: Waking HoursHell & Gone
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