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Dreaming of Eden

by rozencrantz
Dreaming of Eden is a Comic with no Pictures. Dreamers dream for your entertainment, here you will find their souls dissected for your examination
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Dreaming of Eden is a Comic with no Pictures. Dreamers dream for your entertainment, here you will find their souls dissected for your examination

Recent Comments

June 15th, 2010
<:'O continueeee...
What if someone else's 'right thing' is not your 'right thing'?
May 18th, 2010
It's as if this story is too ominous to leave a comment....
September 9th, 2007

Add more words
November 24th, 2006
I can tell I'll like this already. :]
September 3rd, 2006
No pictures ...
... Yet, the words are pictures.

Very interesting. x3

I think it's interesting that the protagonist is dreaming of nothing yet the comic is called dreaming of Eden.

nothing=Eden, paradise

I could babble on, but I'll continue reading instead.
June 1st, 2006
I think I remember seeing a movie that had a similar theme to your comic before. It was about a guy who was in a dream and kept trying to wake up, but couldn't. Some kind of HBO production, with the title 'Blue Dream' or 'Dreaming Blue' or something like that, and had some very interesting animation mixed into the normal filming as well. It was very trippy and frustrating, to say the least. I have the feeling you comic is going to be going down the same path, though at least a little bit less trippy because of the lack of psychodelic animation.
June 1st, 2006
When you've got a comic with no pictures, you're essentially a writer. That means you really have to bust your ass to get you spelling down. "camouflaged"

PS - you will also probably generate more comments if you get rid of the SJ template and make your own, where users can see the area for commenting and it is generally more user-friendly. Feel free to use my purple grape template thing if you like (look in the SJ forums under the templates section). That seems to generate quite a lot of comments (relatively speaking) for mine, at least.
Oh, man. An update! I'm excited about this.
I'm sure it is. Unlike you, the author spelled everything like they had an elementary education.
my story
i once wrote a story involving two good friends that remonds me of this page: the ending of it was the brothers had a gun pointed at eachother's heads, and they used to be adventurers.
the final line was :
friend#1:"So one last adventure"
friend#2: "To death and back"
Friend1&2 in unison:
"You first"
(end story)
April 9th, 2006
I´ve read through the first chapter, and this is very good so far.
I didn't really know what to think when I started at the beginning of your archives, but your writing is excellent. This whole idea is, of course, very foreign to me, and I'm not sure if I like it in itself, but I like what you've done with it.

Really awesome job!
This is so dramatic. Wow. It rocks.
It's amazing how, with the only the words to guide you (and not many of those either)you can imagine something, a full fledged story.
I'm working on my own comic without words (my art's not good enough) and this comic's a huge inspiration.
Outstanding! I've long been a believer that comics are so popular because the art and the words become one, and this if anything proves my theory!

Simply written down in a block of text, this would be effective. But the arrangement of the page...stunning! I've not voted on a single comic on Smackjeeves until now, but I'm now 5ing all your work! Truly outstanding!
March 24th, 2006
I simply adore how conceptual this is. I mean, almost completely contradictory to comic practise, but... well... you get away with it.

This is really nifty, and I like how negative space conveys crowds in this one. Nice.
i would comment on your tidbits, but it seems inappropriate. thumbs up, carry on.