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Comic Review: Dream Reavers – Issue 1

Issue: Dream Reavers #1
Writer: Raphael Moran
Artists: Marc Borstel, Atul Bakshi, David Hedmark
Publisher: Ape Entertainment
Release Date: October 2011
Pages: 32
Price: $3.99

“Teens with strange powers from around the world suddenly go into a fatal coma all at the exact same time. When they awaken from beyond the veil of dreams they end up caught in between an epic war on another world called, Astral. Surrounded by monstrous beings, they must fight their way toward a mysterious spire that holds all of their answers. Be prepared for an epic series unlike anything you’ll read this year.”

Dying Breath: 4.0 out of 5
What do you get when you mix teens with dreams and a realm full of horror elements? Why Dream Reavers of course! The story in this book is very intriguing and mysterious. While this issue basically introduces the reader to the cast, you still get a good amount of “I can’t wait for this to be explained” moments. The ending really solidified me coming back, because I have to know how all of this will play out, and if Freddy Krueger will show up! No that last part is just a joke. The pacing is spot on, the action is there and this is one great read. In this first issue though, the artwork takes the slight advantage. While most of the book is full of great character designs and beautiful colors, it is one scene that has this throw back to old school comics that steals the show. Well it is mostly the GORE-Geous full-page image where characters go crashing through a wall. All in all this is an amazing looking, great reading, edge of your seat comic that delivers on all levels. BRING ON THE MONSTERS!!!!

Artwork: 4.5 out of 5 • Story: 4.0 out of 5

If you would like to buy or know more about Dream Reavers you can find it at http://www.http://ape-entertainment.com/


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