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Read the first 24 pages of Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker Deluxe Collected Edition

Magnetic Press has released a full 24 page preview (the entire first chapter) of the Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker Deluxe Collected Edition by Tom Delonge, written by Tom Delonge and Ben Kull, and Illustrated by DJET.

Simultaneously a graphic novel and art book, this collection compiles all three issues of the critically acclaimed Poet Anderson comic series, 20 pages of stunning never-before-seen concept art and the instrumental version of Angels & Airwaves’ acclaimed album The Dream Walker, which hit No. 1 on iTunes.

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New Poet Anderson Collection & Art Book with New Angels & Airwaves CD

Magnetic Press has announced, in collaboration with To The Stars, a very special hardcover, Collected Edition Art Book for Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker. This gorgeous hardcover collects the entire Poet Anderson comic book series from the vibrantly creative mind of Angels & Airwaves and Blink-182 frontman Tom DeLongeco-written by screen writer extraordinaire Ben Kull and illustrated by French illustration virtuoso DJet.

Also included in this edition is a special, limited first edition pressing of the instrumental Poet Anderson album, Dream Walker, by rock giants Angels & Airwaves.

Simultaneously a graphic novel and art book, this edition also compiles the original, never before seen Poet Anderson Universe concept designs, as well as original Poet artwork from a murderers row of the industry’s most talented artistsAll of this stunning artwork is presented against a backdrop of an extensive, 12 page interview with Tom Delonge.

More than just a prequel to the film and novel trilogy, the Poet Anderson graphic novel is his must-read origin story. Here is where we meet the Dream World, where this universe’s deep mythology begins to unfold, and here is where Poet’s long and vibrant journey begins. A journey that not everyone may survive…

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Preview: Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker #3

Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker #3

Written by Tom DeLonge and Ben Kull
Illustrated by Djet
Cover art by Bengal

Jonas and Alan Anderson’s world has come crashing down around them, and their only hope lies within the crumbling alternate-reality of the Dream World, where Jonas will have to face the dark evil of REM, and assume his destiny as Poet Anderson!

Conceived and written by Tom Delonge (Blink-182, Angels & Airwaves) and Ben Kull (Father of the Pride, Mission Hill), and illustrated by animation sensation Djet, this original comic series reveals an epic, ageless race for immortality, power, and purpose.

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Review: Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker #1

STK664915The comic book prequel to the award-winning animated short film! In the Dream World, power and adventure belong to the Lucid Dreamers, while Night Terrors haunt the troubled and the helpless. A lucky few are watched over by mysterious guardians. The protectors of our shared unconscious lives are known as… …Dream Walkers. Latchkey brothers Jonas and Alan Anderson have discovered a Universe beyond our own, one that can only be reached through dreams. A tangible world filled with fantastic and frightening things, accessible only to those lucky few with  the ability to lucid dream. There, they will find not only mind-blowing adventure, but the key to a vast secret history and their role in the  protection of The Waking World. Usually when I hear about a well-known musician crossing over into comics, I cringe a bit. The results have been mixed with only two or three exceptions. Tom DeLonge (of Blink182 and Angels and Airwaves) enters the comic world with this new series that’s also an animated film. The result? Really good. Backed up by writer Ben Kill and artist Djet, the result is a beautiful debut that blew me away with its visuals. The story is very fun taking two brothers into a dream world, something the visuals are perfect for. What’s fun is one knows the world well, and explains it to his brother, so as he learns the rules, we learn the rule. The subtle differences is some of the most entertaining things, and the world just feels like an amazing dreamscape. The story is solid, but Djet’s art is absolutely stunning. It perfectly matches the animated film, with a seamless transition from one to the other. Just visually amazing, completely beautiful. This original comic series reveals an epic, ageless race for Immortality, Power, and Purpose. I went in not knowing what the expect, and honestly having some trepidation as well. I came away wanting more right away. The series’ first issue sets up an amazing world, and I can’t wait to see where the series goes from here.

Story: Tom DeLonge, Ben Kill Art: Djet Story: 8 Art: 9 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation: Buy

Magnetic Press provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

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