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10th Apr '18 12:17:36 PM Bisected8
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* {{Transsexual}}: Wanda, in ''A Game of You''. Her family has disowned her because of it.

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* {{Transsexual}}: {{Transgender}}: Wanda, in ''A Game of You''. Her family has disowned her because of it.
10th Apr '18 11:44:30 AM TheMountainKing
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** Daniel [[spoiler:offers his mother, Lyta Hall, eternal protection despite the fact that what she did in her quest for {{revenge]} against the first Dream was worst than what the murderer of the first Despair did]]. Later on, [[spoiler:when Lyta and Hector are resurrected as heroes only to die later, Daniel offers them permanent refuge in the Dream Realm]].

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** Daniel [[spoiler:offers his mother, Lyta Hall, eternal protection despite the fact that what she did in her quest for {{revenge]} revenge against the first Dream was worst than what the murderer of the first Despair did]]. Later on, [[spoiler:when Lyta and Hector are resurrected as heroes only to die later, Daniel offers them permanent refuge in the Dream Realm]].
25th Jan '18 9:51:18 PM Arha
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* CoinsForTheDead: In the spinoff comic Death: Time of Your Life we see her spending her day as a mortal in the 1990s. At the end of the day the mortal version of Death dies, and a sorcerer who had been trying to capture her, (and, it's implied, end his own immortal life) places a pair of coins over her eyes in respect.
25th Jan '18 4:41:47 PM moloch
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* ''Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}'', possibly the most successful in its own right.
25th Jan '18 4:32:59 PM moloch
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* ''ComicBook/TheSandmanOverture'', a {{Prequel}} to the series.
25th Jan '18 4:31:21 PM moloch
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The series also had more spinoffs than we can sensibly list here. The following series have articles on this wiki:
* ''Comicbook/TheBooksOfMagic''
* ''Comicbook/SandmanMysteryTheatre''
* ''ComicBook/TheThessaliad''
* ''ComicBook/ThessalyWitchForHire''
9th Jan '18 1:56:32 PM DustSnitch
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* GodLivesInTheSky: Volume Four includes a description of [[{{Heaven}} God's realm]] as a Silver City "above" the rest of reality which angels can only leave by falling down to the rest of the world. The odd thing about this is that the Silver City isn't just "above" the Earth, but it is also above the psychic realities that makes up the Kingdom of Dreams, Asgard, Hell, and other places that can't properly be said to be "above" or "below" anything else.



* HardDrinkingPartyGirl: A fairy.

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* %%* HardDrinkingPartyGirl: A fairy.fairy.
* HeavenAbove: Volume Four includes a description of [[{{Heaven}} God's realm]] as a Silver City "above" the rest of reality which angels can only leave by falling down to the rest of the world. The odd thing about this is that the Silver City isn't just "above" the Earth, but it is also above the psychic realities that makes up the Kingdom of Dreams, Asgard, Hell, and other places that can't properly be said to be "above" or "below" anything else.
16th Dec '17 12:30:33 PM DustSnitch
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* GodLivesInTheSky: Volume Four includes a description of [[{{Heaven}} God's realm]] as a Silver City "above" the rest of reality which angels can only leave by falling down to the rest of the world. The odd thing about this is that the Silver City isn't just "above" the Earth, but it is also above the psychic realities that makes up the Kingdom of Dreams, Asgard, Hell, and other places that can't properly be said to be "above" or "below" anything else.
* GodsNeedPrayerBadly: Bast is getting older and weaker due to so few people believing in her anymore. This seems to be less of a problem for the Norse gods, who have found other power sources and even have modern followers. [[Myth/JapaneseMythology The Japanese gods are doing great these days]] and are apparently somehow receiving 'prayer' from veneration of Godzilla and Lady Liberty, amongst other icons, in addition to their direct worship. Pharamond, a Babylonian god, was long ago convinced by Morpheus to "diversify" and survive his dwindling worship by putting his talents to work in a more mundane capacity. Ishtar, a love Goddess, works as a stripper, gaining power from the sexual worship of her clients. From what was said of the Judeo-Christian God, it's implied that He doesn't require this. Considering that He ''exists far apart from the Universe,'' it's no stretch that He'd outlast the Endless themselves, though in ''Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}'' it's implied that He's neither the FIRST nor the LAST Creator.



* GodsNeedPrayerBadly: Bast is getting older and weaker due to so few people believing in her anymore. This seems to be less of a problem for the Norse gods, who have found other power sources and even have modern followers. [[Myth/JapaneseMythology The Japanese gods are doing great these days]] and are apparently somehow receiving 'prayer' from veneration of Godzilla and Lady Liberty, amongst other icons, in addition to their direct worship. Pharamond, a Babylonian god, was long ago convinced by Morpheus to "diversify" and survive his dwindling worship by putting his talents to work in a more mundane capacity. Ishtar, a love Goddess, works as a stripper, gaining power from the sexual worship of her clients. From what was said of the Judeo-Christian God, it's implied that He doesn't require this. Considering that He ''exists far apart from the Universe,'' it's no stretch that He'd outlast the Endless themselves, though in ''Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}'' it's implied that He's neither the FIRST nor the LAST Creator.
7th Dec '17 2:27:23 PM Sunburst
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30th Nov '17 6:19:27 PM SinDustries
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* AndIMustScream[=/=]CoolAndUnusualPunishment[=/=]FateWorseThanDeath: ''Too'' many cases to count here. In fact, death seems downright pleasurable for those who receive her visit -- unless they were going to Hell in the end. Though in this universe, apparently the only people who go to hell are convinced on a fundamental level that they deserve it.

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* AndIMustScream[=/=]CoolAndUnusualPunishment[=/=]FateWorseThanDeath: ''Too'' many cases to count here. In fact, death seems downright pleasurable for those who receive her visit -- unless they were going to Hell in the end. Though in this universe, apparently the only people who go to hell are convinced on a fundamental level that they deserve it.it, not that such a conditional makes it any less populated.
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