The Dreamland Chronicles tells the story of Alex and Daniel Carter, twin brothers in college who are confronted with a unique situation: when he sleeps, Alex travels to or has lucid dreams of a magical realm called Dreamland. It is populated by elves, giants, dragons, and other fairy-tale type creatures who normally are visited by dreaming children from the world over. Alex, it seems, is the only adult able to continue to visit Dreamland as an adult.
The Dreamland Chronicles by Scott Christian Sava was the first webcomic I began following which was obviously produced using image rendering software. While many of today’s comic strips, if not most of them, have computer assistance at some stage (such as coloring or lettering) The Dreamland Chronicles is produced completely in the virtual world. In addition to his webcomic, Sava has a resume which includes visual effects and animation in film and television, so a comic that is produced by computer seems a natural fit for him. The artwork, which is incredible in its detail and consistency, has a high production value that complements the script nicely. Sava has said that he tries to keep the story as G-rated as possible, as he is helped with scripting duties by his children.