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Monday, April 27, 2009/6:33 PM

Webcomic of the Week:

Ok, so as some of you may know I am currently instructing a scriptwriting course online for the college i work at. Consequently i'm required to sit at my computer from 6-9 Mondays and Wednesdays (which is both a blessing and a curse, but we won't get into why). Anyway, during this time I've been able to stumble across some new discoveries out there in the webcomic world.

Now i have to say, many folks still are not giving webcomics their due. A lot of hard work goes into making a webcomic (i'd argue almost as much if not MORE than what goes into making your standard Marvel or DC print comic). Between griping over malfunctioning equipment and exceeding bandwidth capabilities, webcomic creators have a lot on their plate in addition to the usual missing inker/colorist/artist problems that arise in the comic world.

Anyway, because of this I give a great bit salute to my fellow webcomic creators and here is one in particular that I want to suggest to you all today. Hopefully you will find it as delightful as I did.

Despite the fact that THE DREAMER is beginning to be printed, it's still appearing in webcomic format. The basic plot is that a teenaged girl from today keeps having very realistic reoccuring dreams about the american revolution. While this can easily be dismissed as a teen love story, it does have elements of sci-fi (its very similar in nature to Life on Mars).

Although it is mostly a romance story, it does have some action so boys give it a chance. Certainly its entertaining to see authentic American Revolution outfits replicated in comic form. If you enjoyed either Inveloch OR The Pheonix Requim, then you'll certainly enjoy The Dreamer.

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