Poet Anderson by Tom DeLonge, Ben Kull, Mike Kennedy, Djet
I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
The prequel adventure chronicles young Jonas Anderson’s first foray into The Dream World, where he discovers his destiny to become Poet Anderson, a guardian Dream Walker who protects innocents while they sleep from the horrors their own dreams could pose in the Waking World.
This kind of prequels leaves you wanting more. This short story shows the beginning of Poet Anderson. How was he awakened, who is his main adversary and how the dream world looks like.
The graphic is amazing. The dream world looks impressive and quite imaginative. A science-fiction like city filled with people and monsters, where only some laws of physics apply.
We don’t have much time to get to know our characters, but the glimpses show their potential – they might be fascinating and after reading this I want to know more, read more of the story, find out more about the characters.
And at the end, after you’ve already read the prequel, don’t just stop there. After the story ends there’s an interview with an author, some designs you can check out. Both the story and the interview are worth your time, so go check out this novel and let me know what you think.
Have you heard about Poet Anderson? There’s a novel too – Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares – I’ve added it on my to-read list 😀