(1989)

Marvel, 1989 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
6.95 USD; 9.25 CAD
Pages
68
Indicia Frequency
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Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Marvel Comics Group
Brand
Marvel Graphic Novel
ISBN
?
Barcode
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Editing
Howard Mackie; David Wohl (Assistant Editor)
Color
color
Dimensions
8.25" x 10.875"
Paper Stock
glossy paper
Binding
perfect bound
Publishing Format
one-shot

Issue Notes

Copyright 1989 Bill Mumy, Miguel Ferrer and Gray Morrow.


The Dreamwalker (Table of Contents)

The Dreamwalker / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Gray Morrow (signed)
Inks
Gray Morrow (signed)
Colors
Gray Morrow
Letters
Ken Lopez (Logo design)

Genre
spy; superhero

The Dreamwalker (Table of Contents: 1)

The Dreamwalker / comic story / 63 pages (report information)

Script
Miguel Ferrer; Bill Mumy
Pencils
Gray Morrow
Inks
Gray Morrow
Colors
Gray Morrow
Letters
Rick Parker

Genre
spy; superhero
Characters
Chairman Allus (CIA); Joshua McGann (CIA) [The Dreamwalker]; Hanna Varastov (KGB); Dr. Jacowski (Soviet defector); Father Schmidt (CIA, Vienna); Dian McGann (D.A., step-mother); Leonard Sangiacomo (mobster); Lloyd McGann (father) [The Dreamwalker]; Benjamin Erlich (Assistant D.A.); Robert Haimer (union boss); Andrea Beck (crime reporter, The Times); Dante DiPaolo (ex-partner, CIA); Yoshi Yamazaki (Sangiacomo's butler, hitman); Rafael (CIA); Elaine McGann (mother, deceased); Alan Krinberg (arch-criminal); Anthony St. John (actor-singer)
Synopsis
CIA head Allus decides his best operative, Joshua McGann, has become undependable, and orders him killed; McGann strikes back by blackmailing Allus into leaving him alone. McGann's father & step-mother are killed on the orders of Sangiacomo, who she was trying to put away. Joshua discovers his father had been a costumed vigilante before WW2, and decides to inherit his secret identity. One mob witness is killed, and the other, Andrea Beck, is forced not to testify when her mother is kidnapped. Joshua becomes romantically involved with Andrea, then discovers the assistant D.A. is working with Sangiacomo! The Dreamwalker manipulates the mobster into killing the crooked D.A., and admitting it to the police-- allowing them to finally nail him for murder. Back home, Joshua is attacked by CIA agents, and at a meeting with his former boss, comes to an uneasy alliance.

Indexer Notes

Complex story reads more like a film script than a typical comic-book. Artist Gray Morrow apparently based several characters in this story on known celebrities, including Jose Ferrer, James Stewart, Peter Strauss, Jackie Gleason, Bruce Lee and Dean Martin.

Editing
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