A fanlisting aims to gather as many fans of a particular subject from all over the world in just one list. This idea was originally conceptualized by Janine Mischor, with the main network site currently located at http://www.thefanlistings.org.
This site is the fanlisting for Death, a character from the DC Universe of comics. Teleute been online since 1 May 2020. The site title refers to Death's Greek name, Teleute, by which she was called in the Song of Orpheus story arc of The Sandman series.
The Sandman is an American comic book series written by Neil Gaiman and published by DC Comics. Artists include Sam Kieth, Mike Dringenberg, Jill Thompson, Shawn McManus, Marc Hempel, and Michael Zulli, lettering by Todd Klein, and covers by Dave McKean. Beginning with Issue Number 47, it was placed under DC's "For Mature Readers" Vertigo imprint. It tells the story of Dream of the Endless, who rules over the world of dreams. It ran for 75 issues from January 1989 to March 1996, with Gaiman's contract stipulating that the series would end when he left it.
The main character of The Sandman is Dream, also known as Morpheus and other names, who is one of the seven Endless siblings. The other Endless are Destiny, Death, Desire, Despair, Delirium who was once Delight, and Destruction who turned his back on his duties. Each of the brothers and sisters inhabit and are the anthropomorphic personifications of their concepts.
Death is the most recurring of the other Endless in The Sandman. She is the younger sister of Destiny, the older sister of Dream, and the eldest female personification amongst the siblings. She is portrayed as a pale, slender young woman with wild black hair, described by some characters as "foxy." She is intelligent and wise, but also possesses a cheerful and positive attitude. She is quite keen on the "simple things" in life, such as eating certain foods, watching movies and making friends. She collects floppy hats and has a pet goldfish. Her symbol, or sigil, is the ankh.
She initially appeared in The Sandman Issue No. 8, The Sound of Her Wings, which served as the epilogue of the first series story arc, Preludes and Nocturnes. The issue was also compiled with the next arc, The Doll's House. She also had two titular three-issue mini-series, The High Cost of Living (1993) and The Time of Your Life (1996).
Please read the following completely and carefully BEFORE submitting your membership data to Teleute:
1. You must be a fan of Death. You lived what anybody gets.
2. No websites, spiky black hairstyles or shiny silver ankhs are needed to join this fanlisting XD
3. Please provide a valid e-mail address through which I could contact you.
4. The country you are from must also be stated in your application.
5. If you do have a site, you MUST link back using any of the image codes. Please upload the image/s to your own server. The code could either be on the index/splash, cliques, fanlistings or joined page. An equally visible text link will also suffice.
6. Websites containing pornographic or hate material will not be listed.
7. Any changes in your e-mail address and/or site URL later on may be sent through the Modify Form, so please keep your information current.
CODES // FAN BADGES
Putting up an image code is a requirement only for those fans who have websites. The code must up on your site shortly after you submit your membership data. It can be on the index/splash, cliques, fanlistings or joined page that could be easily found.
If anyone would like to donate a code to this fanlisting, I will be very grateful. Just send it right in and you will be given full credit!
Copy the HTML code found below to your page and pick the image/s you like from the choices given. You may use as many as you want, but kindly upload them to your own server and make sure they all link back to: http://death.beloved.nu
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Use this form to join the Death fanlisting. Make sure you have read and understood the rules before submitting your application.
The launching design of Teleute features a black and purple picture of Death smiling over a cup of coffee. The quote on the image is from The Sandman Issue No. 43, the third installment of the Brief Lives story arc. She says to a character, who died after living thousands of years, "You lived what anybody gets, Bernie. You got a lifetime."
Layout edited and pieced together using Adobe Photoshop 7.0 and Image ready. HTML coded with Notepad.
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