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The Sandman is a 90s comic written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by an ever-changing string of capable artists. It is one of the most celebrated comics to date, up there with Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns.
The story is so expansive that it gets difficult to properly describe. By this, I mean that even small characters seem fully fleshed out and intriguing. But the main plot follows Dream, one of the Endless, as he escapes from a very long imprisonment and sets about regaining his strength and power. That only really covers the first few volumes, of which there are ten (not counting the many spin-offs).
It’s not that humorous - the first half of the series is actually legit horror genre. But it’s deep and it’s impacting and you’re doing yourself a great disservice having not read it.