"The Dreamland Chronicles" Hits its 2 Millionth Reader

Official Press Release

Los Angeles, CA --- The online serialization of Scott Christian Sava's acclaimed THE DREAMLAND CHRONICLES, where a new page in the epic story of Alex and his adventures in Dreamland is revealed every weekday at http://www.thedreamlandchronicles.com, reached yet another BIG milestone: 2 million unique readers worldwide have tuned in to check out the comic, consistently one of the TOP TEN comics on the web according to the TOP WEB COMICS list.

THE DREAMLAND CHRONICLES: BOOK ONE (ISBN: 978-0-9789168-0-0, $19.95, 300 pages, full-color perfectbound, 6" x 9") is in retailers' stores now or can be ordered if you ask your friendly retailer to get it for you today. BOOK ONE (of an anticipated 6-book epic) collects the first four issues of the series called the "best all ages fantasy comic book on the market" [Comics Buyer's Guide].

"I'm overwhelmed by the response I get every day by readers around the world, said Scott Sava, creator of THE DREAMLAND CHRONICLES. ">From teenage girls to fifty-year-old men, THE DREAMLAND CHRONICLES seems to hit on so many levels with so many different people. I'm delighted. And to further whet fans' appetite, BOOK 2 should be coming out later this year."

"It's been so many years since I dreamt…" So says 20-year-old Alexander Carter as he encounters Dreamland for the first time since his childhood. Now, armed with a long-lost key, Alex rejoins his childhood friends Nastajia the elf princess, Paddington the rock giant, and Kiwi the fairy, as he struggles to come to grips with his past, manage life as a college student, and somehow reconcile all of this while nightly visiting a land filled with giants, dragons, mermaids, and pirates. A land where he is needed. A land quickly approaching war with the Nightmare Realm.

All of Blue Dream Studios's ALL-AGES titles are available at finer comic book shops and bookstores everywhere, and on amazon.com.

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