(W) Nathan Edmonson (A) Konstantin Novosadov

A double-size issue to kick off a new sci-fi series from Nathan Edmondson and newcomer Konstantin Novosadov. Haunted by recurring dreams, a boy named Winslow is hunted by mysterious beings and protected by an old traveler. Soon Winslow will realize that what is in his dreams is what the rest of the world has been made to forget--and what strange entities will stop at nothing to erase from his mind.

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From the writer of 'Who is Jake Ellis?' and 'The Activity' comes a new sci-fi thriller that tackles the underlying meaning of our dreams and the consequences of remembering things best left forgotten. This surreal thrill-trip is gorgeously illustrated by 'another fantastic artist you've never heard of,' which is why I think Image is the best publisher on the market these days. I mean, who else is finding cutting edge talent and not trying to force them into molds created by artists and writers over 30 years ago, but rather evolving with the times, elevating the medium and delivering comic books for the future, today.