The Dreamer: The Consequence of Nathan Hale, Part 1
Beatrice "Bea" Whaley seems to have it all; the seventeen year old high school senior is beautiful, wealthy and the star performer of the drama club. And with her uncle’s connections to Broadway theater, the future looks bright ahead of her. Little does she know that her future might actually be brighter behind her.
Bea begins having vivid dreams about a brave and handsome
Most of my favorite comic books artists' style evolved over time, and it's interesting to go back and look at their earlier work. I'm hoping this will be the case with The Dreamer, as it really did take the first six issues to work out all of the kinks ...more
After reading the first volume worth of this delightful webcomic I can totally say without a doubt that it is adorable and I love it. Seriously. I am enjoying each issue more and more.
The story centers around Beatrice "Bea" Whaley - a normal semi popular girl, who is into th ...more
Bea is a student in high school with all the anxiousness, gossip and silliness that goes with the tit ...more
Beatrice has all the normal seventeen year old worries: her-not-so-secret crush, paying attention in class, her close yet annoying cousin, and the vivid lifelike dreams of being in the middle of the Revolutionary War and in love with a handsome soldier...
Bea's life gets more and more complicated as she becomes more involved and obsessed with events in her "fantasy world." The concept is great and the time shifting is a very ...more
You don't need to be a history buff to enjoy The Dreamer, but most cer ...more
Beatrice Whaley is your basic average 17-year-old girl whose goal is definitely not to save the world. She has a good group of friends, love of the dramatic arts, and workaholic parents. Things are looking up for her when she nails the lead role of Juliet and her 4-year crush Ben finally asks her out. But Bea really couldn't care less about these victories, because she's in love with a Revolutionary War soldier.
The ni ...more
Summary: Bea Whaley, 17, wakes up one morning after having a dream where she meets and kisses a young man. They are both dressed in old-fashioned clothing and when Bea awakes the dream feels so real. So real in fact that she can't get it out of her head all day. The next night she picks up her dream where she left off and figures out that she is in the American Revolution and the man is Allan Warren part of a military group called the Knowl ...more
She dreams she is back in the Revolution, a prisoner of General William Howe. She is rescued by a young Continental officer named Alan Warren, who seems to be a friend of hers. Or perhaps more of a friend. He brings her back to camp where she ...more
Innes used to draw for Nickelodeon, Mattel and Simon & Schuster, among others, but now devotes her time to this fabulous online comic.
I discovered ‘The Dreamer’ about a year ago, and now my Friday is not complete without my ‘Dreamer’ update. The online comic is currently into its 8th issue, with each issue being between 25-28 pages long with ...more
The Dreamer has so much to o ...more
Although I like The American Revolution as a setting...there's not a lot of historical fiction, romantic or otherwise, about this time period. There's some books for young readers like American Girl. And there's the old Swamp Fox tv series from Disney. But that's about it.
So, I love that this graphic novel is set in ...more
So...I re-read all of Vol. 1 and it was ...more
The comic follows 17-year-old Beatrice “Bea” Whaley the average high school student who suddenly starts having vivid dreams of the Revolutionary War. Most prominent in her dreams is a solider Alan Warren, a member of Knowlton’s Rangers. These dreams boarder t ...more
As a history nerd and college student, what first drew me to The Dreamer was the beautiful way it ...more
Innes also co-hosts the Paper Wing ...more