DC Comics has a new Sandman Universe: Nightmare Country series, with writer James Tynion IV and artist Lisandro Estherren returning to the story they began in the first six-issue limited series. Two new collected editions of the first series are also on the way.

The Sandman Universe: Nightmare Country—The Glass House will launch on April 4, 2023, and like the first series, will be published under DC’s Black Label mature-readers imprint. The six-issue arc will have a new setting and a new storyline, this time bringing The Corinthian to Silicon Valley, where venture capitalists will join the lineup of supernatural horrors. As with the first series, the new one will have main covers by Reiko Murakami. This is the second of three planned Nightmare Country series.

Also on April 4, DC will launch two collected editions of the first story arc of The Sandman: Nightmare Country. The hardcover, which will be available everywhere, will have a cover by Alex Eckman-Lawn and will come packaged with a mini-print of Death by Jenny Frison; MSRP will be $29.99. The paperback, which is designed to be accessible to new readers, will be exclusive to the direct market and will feature a cover by Murakami.

Another Sandman Universe limited series, The Dead Boy Detectives, will launch on December 27 (see “Thai Horror Comes to LA in ‘The Sandman Universe: Dead Boy Detectives’”).

Artist Yoshitaka Amano has created connecting foil variant covers for The Sandman Universe: Dead Boy Detectives #1 and The Sandman Universe: Nightmare Country – The Glass House #1, which are available as a 1:50 incentive.

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