A very solid first issue as we're given a good introduction to this book's premise of a young man who finds himself returning to a fantasy realm at nights that he once visited every night during his childhood. Now the book does need to create a villain as it's lacking the Wicked Witch figure who adds an element of danger to the story. I also found the brother's reaction to Alex's refusal to admit that his nighttime adventures were all dreams to be a bit worrisome as it's far too volatile a reaction, but than again perhaps his anger is being misplaced, and he's simply disappointed that he's the writer, but it's his brother who is coming up with the wildly imaginative ideas. In any event this is a well written bit of work as all the elements are in place for an enjoyable series, and I rather enjoyed the notion that Scott Christian Sava has planned the series to be a twenty-four issue story, as that tells me he has a clearly mapped out story with a beginning, a middle, and an end. This op Read Full Review
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