(By Staff Reports)– Dark Horse Comics announces the release of Brendan McCarthy’s psychedelic comics opus Dream Gang.
Collecting the story originally published in Dark Horse Presents, Dream Gang represents veteran comics creator Brendan McCarthy at his finest.
“Dream Gang is a story that takes place in dreams entirely,” says McCarthy. “It is the story of a young man who lives a dreary, gray life. One night he has a vivid dream that connects him to a group of naturally gifted psychic voyagers known as the Dream Gang. The dream that follows changes him forever.”
A young man is transformed into a Dream Voyager while he sleeps by the mysterious Dream Gang. They are searching for a destructive dream bomb that has been implanted into one of his memories. But to find the bomb, a secret memory must be uncovered.
A Fantastic Voyage through the mind!
Dream Gang arrives on July 27 and retails for $14.99. Preorder your copy today at your local comic book store or favorite online retailer:
Praise for Dream Gang:
“Dream Gang is the legendary Brendan McCarthy at his visionary best.”—Frank Quitely (All-Star Superman, Jupiter’s Legacy)
“A psychedelic masterpiece, from one of the architects of post-modern comics.”—Gerard Way (Umbrella Academy, True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys)
“Nice to see that Brendan McCarthy still writes, draws, paints, thinks and dreams in pure, unadulterated magic.”—Garth Ennis (Preacher, The Punisher)
“Plunge into the mind-warping, surrealistic maelstrom of Dream Gang, Brendan McCarthy’s fantastic psychedelic adventure story.”—Bryan Talbot (Grandville, One Bad Rat)
“Dream Gang is the best thing I’ve read in years. A feast for the eyes, a trip for the mind.”—Bambos Georgiou (Conan, Nick Fury)
“Engaging surrealism, a fever dream of a tale that is gorgeous in its roughness and, like real dreams, leaves the reader guessing as to what the next step is in the story being told.”—Comic Book Resources
“Dream Gang is fascinating with a hook strong enough to make me want to read more.”—Major Spoilers
“Dream Gang never lacks for interesting panels. Primarily set in a dream, it takes advantage of its surreal concept to toy with backgrounds and characters.”—ComicBook.com