Saturday, April 30, 2011


As Dream travels from the JLI headquarters to the deserted warehouse which is believed to contain his ruby, he moves through the dreams of many dreamers.

These are just a few of the dreamers that have been touched by the King Of Dreams.

Dreamer # 06

Dreamer # 07

Dreamer # 08

Dreamer # 09

Dreamer # 10

Dreamer # 11

Friday, April 29, 2011

Alain's Servant

Alain, like any Duke, had a loyal servant.

He is most recognizable in the scene where Alain is playing chess on the back of a naked woman and Alain's servant came in and informed him with that the kingdom was decaying due to Death entering the gates of Alain's palace.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Man # 15

This man is the skinny old man which is seen standing upon the pages of Destiny's book in the Endless Nights story.

Monday, April 25, 2011

The Creeper

There is a game that people play when they are bored. They break into houses while the people are still at home and steal things. Some think of it as a sport and these people call themselves Creepers.

This "Creeper" is an investment consultant by day and a creeper by night.

Unfortunately for him, this Creeper decided to break into the house of Rachel, a junkie who was addicted to the Dream Dust belonging to Morpheus. He fell victim to the dream dust and to Rachel. When Morpheus and John Constantine found him this Creeper was alive, but was being consumed by Dreams.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Aurelian Citizens

These Aurelian Citizens were a handful of people who heard the rumors spread by the Elderly Priest a short time before the revolt and ultimate downfall of Carnifex Carys XXXV.

Aurelian Citizen # 4

Aurelian Citizen # 6

Aurelian Citizen # 7

Friday, April 22, 2011

Boy # 12

This boy is one of the boys from Alain's court.

The boy was asked at what point in the evening festivities should Alain and two virgins, at the height of their orgasm, be crushed by an elephant. He said that he thought that Alain should be crushed by the elephant at the beginning of the festivities in order to inspire the guests to "revel and rejoice and love and live."

Alain took his advice and was crushed, along with two beautiful virgins, by the elephant at the beginning of the festivities.

Thursday, April 21, 2011


Ernie was one of the two security guards employed by Alex Burgess in 1988.

He was reading It by Stephen King when he drifted off to sleep enabling Dream to escape his glass prison.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Barnaby and Clarice

Barnaby and Clarice are the Uncle and Aunt of Rose and Jed Walker.

After Rose and Jed's father died, Jed went to live with his Grandfather, Ezra Paulsen. When his Grandfather died, Jed went to live with his Uncle Barnaby and Aunt Clarice.

Barnaby and Clarice kept Jed locked in the basement of their home and often beat him. It was due to the emotional trauma that gave Brute and Glob the opportunity to infiltrate his mind and set up their own "Dreaming" during Morpheus' imprisonment.

When Morpheus eventually confronted Brute and Glob, Barnaby and Clarice were killed. Their death was seemingly quick and painless, which is, perhaps, better than they deserved.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Elderly Priest

There is more to this Elderly Priest than meets the eye.

The Elderly Priest told a group of Aurelian Citizens that he had seen The Carnifex Carys XXV "sodomizing a virgin child in front of a statue of The Holy Twins" and that he had heard him say that "administering the Blessed Sacrament meant as little to him as wiping his anus and indeed had performed both actions at the same time."

This, of course, was one of the many rumors circulated that may have caused the Aurelian Citizens to rise up and revolt against the Psychopomp.

The citizens did not question the identity of the Elderly Priest, but if they had they may have discovered that this priest was actually Cluracan of Faery.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Old Man with a Swan's Arm

This is an Old Man With A Swan's Arm.

He is very obviously recognizable even to someone who is not completely obsessed with the Sandman characters. He appears a few times though out the series.

Not much is known about this mysterious character except that he is an employee at Dream's castle and he manages the back stairs.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Friday, April 15, 2011

Philip Sitz

Philip Sitz was the editor and a writer for Chaste magazine.

He was a fan of serial killers and idolized them.

He attended the Cereal Convention pretending to be the serial killer known as The Bogeyman, but his ruse was discovered.

Philip Sitz was killed in a little hick town by Nimrod, The Doctor and The Corinthian.

Thursday, April 14, 2011


"They used up their future as they used up their past, taking everything in one long day, over and over."

Alain locked himself and his court on his island, protected by a gate that could not be opened by either time or Death. Within his kingdom Alain could die and the next day he would be alive once more for all eternity...

Until the gate was opened and Death entered the kingdom.

Here is Alain, the king of the kingdom beyond time.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

The Grass Widow

There's so many great serial killers to choose from and Scott decided to tackle The Grass Widow.

She is one of many serial killers to attend the Cereal Convention. She was one of three female serial killers who was a part of the "Women In Serial Killing" panel.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011


Bevis is one of the many faeries who attended the first performance of William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream."

Scott has been working on Bevis for quite awhile.

The first two drawings are rejected concepts for Bevis. The third painting is the final version of the character. Scott made Bevis a little more feminine in the final version. If you look at the original comic, illustrated by Charles Vess, you will see a hint of femininity in the lips and eyes, which I had not previously noticed.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Serial Killer # 16

This is one of many serial killers Scott painted for this week.

This serial killer did not have a name, but appeared several times in "Collectors," which was part of The Doll's House storyline.

This serial killer killed, mostly by drowning, 171 people.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Zep, Bravo and Weldun

Zep, Bravo and Weldun are DC Universe characters that found their way into the Sandman Universe.

These three characters were friends of Scott Free (Mister Miracle), but were killed by the minions of Granny Goodness. Scott Free often dreams about them.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Andros Rhodocanakis

Andros Rhodocanakis was the last of the guardians of Orpheus. He spent his entire life protecting Orpheus from harm, as his father and grandfather before him.

He is one of the few mortals to ever hear the song of Orpheus.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Carnifex Carys XXXV

Carnifex Carys XXXV is not a nice guy.

In the second chapter of Worlds' End we hear the story of Cluracan traveling to the city of Aurelia as an envoy to the faery kingdom.
Things do not go well for Cluracan and he is imprissoned by Carifex Carys XXXV (also known as Psychopomp Innocent XI as well as Mairon, his birth name).

As the events of the story unfold, Carnifex Carys XXXV is forced to hide in the tombs of the previous Psychopomps due to an uprising of the citizens of Aurelia. It was in the tombs it is revealed that Cluracan orchestrated the uprising and that the predecessor of Carnifex Carys XXXIV wants revenge for the murder of his son (killed by Carys XXXV to gain the throne). The mummified corpse of Carnifex Carys XXXIV pushes Carys XXXV out of the tower window and he calls to his death.

The dogs and rats feast on his body, which seems like a suitable end to Carnifex Carys XXXV.