Today’s second glitch:
(I had the sudden urge to quote a Tori Amos song lyric: “I keep getting this story twisted/ So where’s Neil when you need him?”)
Always use an apostrophe for the possessive form of a noun: Death’s.
It is correct to capitalize Death in this example because it’s a personification.
Spell out numbers: twenty-four, not 24.
The Sandman has to cover Death’s shift for twenty-four hours.