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Since Neil Gaiman created the character and explains the "magic" in the DC Universe, I would say yes, it adds immense value. The John Boltan (and others) art is also a nice addition. I would also read the 4-issue mini-series The Trenchcoat Brigade at some point as it revisits the original mini-series. It's not as important when you read the 2nd mini, though, ...


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I can't vouch for the accuracy, but this website gives the following reading order: + Sandman: Dream Country + Absolute Sandman 1 + The Books of Magic + Absolute Sandman 3 + Books of Magic: Bindings + Books of Magic: Summonings + Sandman: The Kindly Ones + Books of Magic: The Books of Faerie + Books of Magic: Reckonings + Sandman: The Wake + Absolute ...


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