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The Dreamer

The Official Tumblr of The Dreamer Comic.
Sep 18 '14

The Dreamer - Volume 3, by Lora Innes - A Graphic Novel

scotman:

The Dreamer – Volume 3, by Lora Innes – A Graphic Novel

TGT_EP61_TheDreamer  The Dreamer – Vol 3

The Dreamer is a series of comics written and drawn by one Lora Innes. They’re web comics but since I’m old-fashioned, I wait until they are collected and put together in book form. This means of course I gotta wait months between graphic novels. Sigh.

Bea Whaley has been having dreams. Vivid dreams of the men and women of thethe dreamer coverAmerican Revolution. She falls in love,…

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Sep 18 '14

Superhero Weekend Fundraiser & Angel With A Bullet

redstylo:

Superhero Weekend Fundraiser & Angel With A Bullet

Earlier this year Amber Love, a previous RSM contributor for Shakespeare Shaken and the host of the Vodka O’Clock Podcast at AmberUnmasked.com, sent out a call for publishers to contribute digital comics for Superhero Weekend.

Superhero Weekend is a charity event hosted by LCS Comic Fusion in Flemington, New Jersey, each year; the event is an auction and fundraiser for SAFE, an organization…

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This is an anthology I was a part of.

Sep 17 '14
Sep 17 '14

jaderaven93:

Dreamer Things —> Lt. Benjamin Tallmadge

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[The Dreamer]

Sep 17 '14

jaderaven93:

Dreamer Things —> Frederick Grieves for His Father

Two days after the Battle of Harlem Heights and the death of Thomas Knowlton, Frederick Knowlton was given a furlough to return home and attend to his family and their farm. He later re-enlisted with the Continental Army, serving from July 1779 to February 1780 and from August 1781 to December 1781, living through the war and to an old age.

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Fred has on his father’s sword and belt in the last scene we see him.

Sep 17 '14

jaderaven93:

September 16, 1776:

The death of Lt. Col. Thomas Knowlton at the Battle of Harlem Heights

Images from The Dreamer by Lora Innes, Act I, Issue 13

Texts written by:  Joseph Reed, Ashbel Woodward, George Washinton*, and Frederick Knowlton*
(* = transcripts below)

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This makes my heart hurt.  Frederick Knowlton’s grave, right beside his mama’s, makes note of this moment in his life:

The S.A.R. still keeps a flag on his grave. The inscription was very worn but with a lot of effort, we pieced it together: 

SACRED To the memory of FREDERICK KNOWLTON who died Oct. 9 1841 AE. 81

Eldest son of the brave COL. THOMAS KNOWLTON who fell at the battle near Harlem Heights Sept. 16, 1776 and expired in the arms of his son whose mortal remains repose beneath this MONUMENT.

How peaceful is the patriots rest
By all his country loved and blest.

Sep 10 '14

"I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country." -Nathan Hale 🇺🇸 | #Yale #NewHaven #Connecticut #college #campus #statue #NathanHale #USA

newhavendaily:

Sep 10 '14
"I am always glad to hear from Mr. Tallmadge, but more to see him, which, Thank God, I have now the happiness frequently to do."
Nathan Hale, about a month before he died (via dorkynathanhale)
Sep 9 '14
18th century Bea & Ben watercolor & ink drawing I did at Baltimore Comic Con.

18th century Bea & Ben watercolor & ink drawing I did at Baltimore Comic Con.

Sep 3 '14
Come see me at Baltimore Comic Con this weekend.
I’ll be at the Kids Love Comics booth (#3000) to pick up your wax-sealed copies of The Dreamer box set.

Come see me at Baltimore Comic Con this weekend.

I’ll be at the Kids Love Comics booth (#3000) to pick up your wax-sealed copies of The Dreamer box set.