The story goes to Hell, in more than one sense.
This sets off the story as Dream sets out to go to Hell and get Nada back.
Who hath not seen thee oft amid thy store? Where are the songs of Spring? I feel like I've been reading it for the longest time, in the best possible way.
I can accept that Elizabethan Dream and 80's-punk Dream only have hair color and skin tone in common, at least the style difference is specifically addressed.
I love Morpheus, but I also love when his sister calls him out on his self-involved bullshit.
Lucifer has had enough of ruling in hell and wants to go and experience a few new things, only natural really after ruling in the fire pit for thousands of years.