The nightmare of breakout series, Parasomnia, returns in Parasomnia: The Dreaming God. Writer Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, Manor Black) and artist Andrea Mutti (The British Paranormal Society, Cold Bodies), along with letterer Simon Bowland (The Boys, Red Sonja), return to their hit adventure tale of two worlds split between dreams and reality.
As the hunt for his missing son continues, our hero shifts worlds from the nightmarish Lovecraftian dreamscape to a cyberpunk metropolis where a ruthless cult continues to plague him, reality and continue fantasy to blur.
“When working on the original series, it quickly became evident to me that two worlds couldn’t contain this story,” says Cullen Bunn. “I love the 18th century horror/fantasy setting of our dream realm. But dreams change and change again. As the Dreaming God story kicks off, we’re showingcasing the limitless potential of dreams and nightmares. This is a book that will play with your expectations. There’s no way (yet) to guess where this story will take you.”
“PARASOMNIA is a series without limits just like the imagination,” Andrea Mutti says. “There is no world that cannot be created and there are no impossible situations. If you can imagine it, you can live it! The series is an incredible journey voyaging in the company of unforgettable and extraordinary characters!”
Parasomnia: The Dreaming God #1 unleashes on August 17, 2022 and is available for pre-order now at your local comic shop. Along with Andrea Mutti’s standard cover, fans can also pick up a variant cover by Benjamin Dewey.
Praise for Parasomnia
“There’s such beauty and dread in the art and it all comes together to deliver a start that has me wanting to see where it all goes from here.” –Graphic Policy
“Parasomnia #1 is a gorgeous and compelling opening chapter that leaves much to the imagination, begging its readers to continue to the next issue.” —Monkeys Fighting Robots
“Parasomnia #1 is a visually stunning dark fantasy, wearing its pulp fiction influences on its sleeve and setting up an intriguing mystery.” –But Why Tho?