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Dream Merchant #5 This October – Image Comics

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Nothing is more frightening than a bad dream. It wakes you and your pulse is racing as if you barely escaped with your life. In the light of day they shrivel up and seem silly but what if your dreams were really telling you something? Something that no one was ever supposed to know. As the Dream Merchant draws closer to its conclusion, Winslow is about to find out just how dangerous that would be.

From Image’s press release:

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THE DREAM MERCHANT
WILL QUICKEN NIGHTMARES
Issue #5 of the dark fantasy series takes a chilling turn
Dream Merchant #5 This October - Image Comics

The dark fantasy series from Nathan Edmondson (WHO IS JAKE ELLIS?, GENESIS) and Konstantin Novosadov returns this October in issue #5 when Winslow’s dreams begin to unravel and his nightmares swiftly surface.Tormented by recurring dreams, Winslow is hunted by mysterious beings and protected by an old traveler. Soon Winslow realizes the power and prophetic nature of his dreams and the danger their knowledge puts him in. Strange entities are after him, and they will not rest until they put a stop to the clues his dreams provide about information that world was meant to forget—even if it means erasing his mind. 

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“Winslow’s dream has become a nightmare, and behind that nightmare is a truth more terrible than imagination,” hinted Edmondson. “Winslow is about to find out how important his dream truly is—and what it will cost to protect humanity from its origins.”  

Comic Bastards calls THE DREAM MERCHANT “amazing to watch,” so don’t miss out on the concluding issues of a personal story that has grown into a wild and epic thriller.

Here’s a peak inside:

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