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Appearing in "The Dreamwalker"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Joshua McGann (current Dreamwalker, was a Commander in Viet Nam)

Supporting Characters:


Villains:

  • Leonard Sangiacomo (son of Anthony St. John, crime boss)
  • Benjamin Ehrlich (assistant district attorney, killed by Leonard Sangiacomo) (Death)
  • Yoshi Yamazaki (works for Leonard Sangiacomo, commits suicide) (Death)
  • Alan Krinberg (apparently dies) (Only in flashback)

Other Characters:

  • Hanna Varastov (KGB operative) (In a photograph only)
  • Chairman Allus
  • Dr. Jacowski
  • Gruskoff (soldier)
  • Father Schmidt
  • Gavin (works for Allus) (Mentioned)
  • Dian McGann (Joshua McGann's stepmother, killed by a gunshot) (Death)
  • Lloyd McGann (Joshua McGann's father, was the Dreamwalker in the 1930s) (Death)
  • Andrea Beck (crime reporter for The Times, material witness)
  • Robert Haimer (union boss, material witness, killed by a bomb) (Death)
  • Dante DiPaolo (Death)
  • Dorothy Haimer (Robert Haimer's wife)
  • Elaine McGann (mother of Joshua McGann, wife of Lloyd McGann) (Only in flashback) (Death)
  • Anthony St. John's wife (Only in flashback)

Locations:

McGann family estate Leonard Sangiacomo's compound (2818 Forrester Drive)

  • November 1949
    • Point Dume (Only in flashback)
    • Pacific Ocean (Only in flashback)

Items:


Vehicles:




Solicit Synopsis:Edit

It's been more than forty years since criminals cowered before the blazing guns of the Dreamweaver. Even armed with an arsenal of super-sophisticated weaponry, can the new Dreamweaver fight his way through the underworld to avenge his predecessor?

  • Copyright 1989, Bill Mumy, Miguel Ferrer and Gray Morrow.
  • Logo design by Lopez.


  • No trivia.


See AlsoEdit


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