Next Tuesday Top Shelf Publishing (an off-branch of IDW) will release Rivers, a new graphic novel by David Gaffney and Dan Berry.
There are three people at the center of Rivers: Gideon, a lonely I.T. developer who currently has two obsessions (his favorite childhood comic book series and his co-worker Lisa), Heidi, a shut-in who works from home and spends too much time making soup, and Peter, a divorce in his 50s who fixes classic cars and can’t let go of the past. Not only do these people have little in common, they don’t even know each other. But they’re about to….for some reason they all start having the same dream.
They would have no clue this is happening were it not for a new invention: a new web service that lets people share their dreams with others. When Gideon, Heidi and Peter discover they share the same recurring dream, the big question is…why? What does it mean? What is the connection between them, and does it have something to do with their pasts?
Now, courtesy of Top Shelf, here are the first seven pages of Rivers. Gideon’s comic book will also factor into the plot. The graphic novel will be released next Tuesday, September 21, wherever conic books are sold.
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