The Sandman Vol. 8: World's End Characters

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Brant Tucker

Brant Tucker is the narrator and protagonist of the graphic novel. He appears as a thirty-something man with shaggy, longish brown hair and brown eyes, and a thin build. He is fairly introverted and possessed of an apparently average imagination and intellect. He is a graphic artist who designs brochures for a software company. Brant relates the narrative in the first-person point of view, using the past-tense. He tells his story to an unnamed female bartender, though this is not apparent until the final pages of the graphic novel. During the graphic novel, Brant is involved in an automobile accident when the car he is driving leaves the road and crashes into a tree. He carries his passenger, Charlene Mooney, to an inn that he finds nearby. Brant and Charlene then spend an unspecified amount of time at the inn where they rest and recuperate, waiting for...

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