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The Tarantula (Sandman Mystery Theater, Book 1): Matt.

In this noir detective tale of intrigue, bigotry and incest, millionaire Wesley Dodds takes on the costumed persona of the Sandman to catch a sadistic killer in 1930s New York. Donning a gas mask, fedora, business suit and cape, Dodds goes after the Sandman Mystery Theatre - The Python - Act 2 of 4 - No. 34
The Tarantula (Sandman Mystery Theater, Book 1): Matt.

Sandman mystery theatre - the python - act 2 of 4 - no. 34



In this noir detective tale of intrigue, bigotry and incest, millionaire Wesley Dodds takes on the costumed persona of the Sandman to catch a sadistic killer in 1930s New York. Donning a gas mask, fedora, business suit and cape, Dodds goes after the Tarantula, a brutal kidnapper who is mercilessly preying upon the women of high society. But as the Sandman walks through a world of corruption and deceit, he uncovers the true secret of the murders and their implausible connection to the city's most prominent family. SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.

The curtain goes up on SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE! Matt Wagner is the regular writer, with rotating artists on each story arc. The first storyline is drawn by Guy Davis. Together, Wagner and Davis team up to create baroque new tales of a mysterious night avenger, combining the relentless plotting of a hardboiled detective novel and the subtle psychological ambiguities of classic film noir. In the premiere issue, Dodds follows the trail of the Tarantula, a mysterious kidnapper who wants the last dance on every young woman’s card.

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Volume 3 - 1st printing. "The Vamp!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #13-16. Written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. Collecting the fourth story arc from the acclaimed reimagination of the original Golden Age Sandman, THE VAMP continues the story of Wesley Dodds and his soon-to-be paramour (and narrator) Dian Belmont as they become entangled in mystery from two different directions. Softcover, 104 pages, full color ? MATURE READERS Cover price $12.99.

Volume 4 - 1st printing. "The Scorpion!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #17-20. Written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. Collecting writer Matt Wagner's the acclaimed reimagination of the original Sandman. With THE SCORPION, writers Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle continue to breathe rich new life into pulp genre conventions. Softcover, 104 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $12.99.

Volume 5 - 1st printing. "Dr. Death and the Night of the Butcher!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #21-28. Written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis and Vince Locke. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. Collecting the legendary Vertigo series, this volume follows Wesley Dodds through two new cases of serial murderers, each more grisly than the last. Softcover, 208 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $19.99.

Volume 6 - 1st printing. "The Hourman and the Python!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #29-36. Written by Matt Wagner. Art by Guy Davis and Warren Pleece. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. This volume follows Wesley Dodds on two chilling new cases. In "The Hourman," the Sandman meets an unusual private detective who leaves felons hospitalized. "The Python" features The Sandman's hunt for a mysterious strangler. Softcover, 200 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $19.99.

Volume 7 - 1st printing. "The Mist and The Phantom of the Fair!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #37-44. Written by Matt Wagner and Steve T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. The crime-filled, noir world of the '30s continues! Collecting issues of the acclaimed series as the Golden Age Sandman discovers the origin of one of his oldest adversaries and unravels the mystery of a series of brutal murders amid the 1939 New York World's Fair. Softcover, 200 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $19.99.

In this noir detective tale of intrigue, bigotry and incest, millionaire Wesley Dodds takes on the costumed persona of the Sandman to catch a sadistic killer in 1930s New York. Donning a gas mask, fedora, business suit and cape, Dodds goes after the Tarantula, a brutal kidnapper who is mercilessly preying upon the women of high society. But as the Sandman walks through a world of corruption and deceit, he uncovers the true secret of the murders and their implausible connection to the city's most prominent family. SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.

The curtain goes up on SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE! Matt Wagner is the regular writer, with rotating artists on each story arc. The first storyline is drawn by Guy Davis. Together, Wagner and Davis team up to create baroque new tales of a mysterious night avenger, combining the relentless plotting of a hardboiled detective novel and the subtle psychological ambiguities of classic film noir. In the premiere issue, Dodds follows the trail of the Tarantula, a mysterious kidnapper who wants the last dance on every young woman’s card.

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Volume 3 - 1st printing. "The Vamp!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #13-16. Written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. Collecting the fourth story arc from the acclaimed reimagination of the original Golden Age Sandman, THE VAMP continues the story of Wesley Dodds and his soon-to-be paramour (and narrator) Dian Belmont as they become entangled in mystery from two different directions. Softcover, 104 pages, full color ? MATURE READERS Cover price $12.99.

Volume 4 - 1st printing. "The Scorpion!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #17-20. Written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. Collecting writer Matt Wagner's the acclaimed reimagination of the original Sandman. With THE SCORPION, writers Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle continue to breathe rich new life into pulp genre conventions. Softcover, 104 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $12.99.

Volume 5 - 1st printing. "Dr. Death and the Night of the Butcher!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #21-28. Written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis and Vince Locke. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. Collecting the legendary Vertigo series, this volume follows Wesley Dodds through two new cases of serial murderers, each more grisly than the last. Softcover, 208 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $19.99.

Volume 6 - 1st printing. "The Hourman and the Python!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #29-36. Written by Matt Wagner. Art by Guy Davis and Warren Pleece. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. This volume follows Wesley Dodds on two chilling new cases. In "The Hourman," the Sandman meets an unusual private detective who leaves felons hospitalized. "The Python" features The Sandman's hunt for a mysterious strangler. Softcover, 200 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $19.99.

Volume 7 - 1st printing. "The Mist and The Phantom of the Fair!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #37-44. Written by Matt Wagner and Steve T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. The crime-filled, noir world of the '30s continues! Collecting issues of the acclaimed series as the Golden Age Sandman discovers the origin of one of his oldest adversaries and unravels the mystery of a series of brutal murders amid the 1939 New York World's Fair. Softcover, 200 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $19.99.

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In this noir detective tale of intrigue, bigotry and incest, millionaire Wesley Dodds takes on the costumed persona of the Sandman to catch a sadistic killer in 1930s New York. Donning a gas mask, fedora, business suit and cape, Dodds goes after the Tarantula, a brutal kidnapper who is mercilessly preying upon the women of high society. But as the Sandman walks through a world of corruption and deceit, he uncovers the true secret of the murders and their implausible connection to the city's most prominent family. SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.

In this noir detective tale of intrigue, bigotry and incest, millionaire Wesley Dodds takes on the costumed persona of the Sandman to catch a sadistic killer in 1930s New York. Donning a gas mask, fedora, business suit and cape, Dodds goes after the Tarantula, a brutal kidnapper who is mercilessly preying upon the women of high society. But as the Sandman walks through a world of corruption and deceit, he uncovers the true secret of the murders and their implausible connection to the city's most prominent family. SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.

The curtain goes up on SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE! Matt Wagner is the regular writer, with rotating artists on each story arc. The first storyline is drawn by Guy Davis. Together, Wagner and Davis team up to create baroque new tales of a mysterious night avenger, combining the relentless plotting of a hardboiled detective novel and the subtle psychological ambiguities of classic film noir. In the premiere issue, Dodds follows the trail of the Tarantula, a mysterious kidnapper who wants the last dance on every young woman’s card.

This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

Volume 3 - 1st printing. "The Vamp!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #13-16. Written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. Collecting the fourth story arc from the acclaimed reimagination of the original Golden Age Sandman, THE VAMP continues the story of Wesley Dodds and his soon-to-be paramour (and narrator) Dian Belmont as they become entangled in mystery from two different directions. Softcover, 104 pages, full color ? MATURE READERS Cover price $12.99.

Volume 4 - 1st printing. "The Scorpion!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #17-20. Written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. Collecting writer Matt Wagner's the acclaimed reimagination of the original Sandman. With THE SCORPION, writers Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle continue to breathe rich new life into pulp genre conventions. Softcover, 104 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $12.99.

Volume 5 - 1st printing. "Dr. Death and the Night of the Butcher!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #21-28. Written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis and Vince Locke. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. Collecting the legendary Vertigo series, this volume follows Wesley Dodds through two new cases of serial murderers, each more grisly than the last. Softcover, 208 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $19.99.

Volume 6 - 1st printing. "The Hourman and the Python!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #29-36. Written by Matt Wagner. Art by Guy Davis and Warren Pleece. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. This volume follows Wesley Dodds on two chilling new cases. In "The Hourman," the Sandman meets an unusual private detective who leaves felons hospitalized. "The Python" features The Sandman's hunt for a mysterious strangler. Softcover, 200 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $19.99.

Volume 7 - 1st printing. "The Mist and The Phantom of the Fair!" Collects Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993) #37-44. Written by Matt Wagner and Steve T. Seagle. Art by Guy Davis. Cover by Gavin Wilson and Richard Bruning. The crime-filled, noir world of the '30s continues! Collecting issues of the acclaimed series as the Golden Age Sandman discovers the origin of one of his oldest adversaries and unravels the mystery of a series of brutal murders amid the 1939 New York World's Fair. Softcover, 200 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $19.99.

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Sandman Mystery Theatre is a comic book series published by Vertigo , the mature-readers imprint of DC Comics . It ran for 70 issues between 1993 and 1999 and retells the adventures of the Sandman , a vigilante whose main weapon is a gun that fires sleeping gas, originally created by DC in the Golden Age of Comic Books . In a similar vein to Batman , the Sandman possesses no superhuman powers and relies on his detective skills and inventions.

In this film noir -like series by writers Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle , Wesley Dodds (the Sandman) and his girlfriend Dian Belmont (daughter of the District Attorney) encountered several, often grotesque, foes in multi-issue storylines. The team of Dodds and Belmont were a nod to Nick and Nora Charles of The Thin Man novel and movies. [ citation needed ]

The first artist was Guy Davis , who defined the visual look of the character. Davis changed Dodds from the traditional portrayal as a tall, square-jawed figure, making him shorter, round-faced and slightly overweight. He also gave Dodds a pair of round spectacles, visually echoing the round eyepieces of the gas mask he wore as the Sandman.

Davis also redesigned the Sandman costume. In the original 1930s comics, the Sandman wore a green suit, purple cape, orange fedora and blue-and-yellow gas mask. For Sandman Mystery Theatre , the color palette was toned down to gray, olive green and brown. The super-heroic trappings were downplayed in favor of a "real-world" sensibility, such as a trench coat instead of the cape.

For the second and third story arcs, "The Face" and "The Brute", art was provided by John Watkiss and R.G. Taylor respectively.

A minor controversy developed around the second storyline, "The Face." A coloring error resulted in Asian characters being portrayed with bright yellow skin. The editor apologized for the error in the letter column of a subsequent issue.

In this noir detective tale of intrigue, bigotry and incest, millionaire Wesley Dodds takes on the costumed persona of the Sandman to catch a sadistic killer in 1930s New York. Donning a gas mask, fedora, business suit and cape, Dodds goes after the Tarantula, a brutal kidnapper who is mercilessly preying upon the women of high society. But as the Sandman walks through a world of corruption and deceit, he uncovers the true secret of the murders and their implausible connection to the city's most prominent family. SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.

The curtain goes up on SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE! Matt Wagner is the regular writer, with rotating artists on each story arc. The first storyline is drawn by Guy Davis. Together, Wagner and Davis team up to create baroque new tales of a mysterious night avenger, combining the relentless plotting of a hardboiled detective novel and the subtle psychological ambiguities of classic film noir. In the premiere issue, Dodds follows the trail of the Tarantula, a mysterious kidnapper who wants the last dance on every young woman’s card.



 
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