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On a side note: Eurydice's hair reminds me of Bride of Frankenstein. Is that intentionally, you think?
In the Companion Gaiman mentions that he wanted to riff off the Orpheus myth but because too many people he pitched the idea to didn't actually know the myth he decided to do a straight re-telling, I'd like to see him riff off it too
I reckon the hair could be intentional knowing Gaiman's work
My further comments can be found on my thread here.
I think that's part of the fun of the series: you can reread over and over and still find new references and angles.