Tag Archives: Dr. Joseph Warren

Issue #17 Page 14: Eureka

New Page #14! Well, it’s Patriot’s Day! The original one, anyway: The day Dr. Joseph Warren dispatched Paul Revere on his famous ride, sounding the alarm through the Lexington countryside and the first shots of the American Revolution were fired. It’s with … Continue reading

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New Page #32: Concord Powder Alarm

For most of the nearly three hundred years British Colonists settled in America, there was no standing army to protect it. Instead, towns had garrisons where gunpowder and arms were kept to supply the militia in case of outside aggressors. But what if that aggressor was the king?

In that case, did the supplies belong to the British government, or did they belong to the inhabitants of the town? As you can imagine, Royal Governors and American Patriots disagreed on this point.

Read about the April 19th, 1775 Powder Alarm in Concord in the latest pages of The Dreamer, a history comic about the American Revolution. Continue reading

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New Page #15!

New Page #15! The FanArtPollooza deadline was extended to the end of the month to avoid overlap with the CCF Fundraising Drive, but I’ve gotten some amazing entries in recently! I’ll post them soon. In the meantime… The Comic Creators for … Continue reading

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New Page #9!

New Page #9! ~I hope you all enjoy a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!~ This week’s voting incentive is the uncut version of this scene we just wrapped up. This issue was already double sized, so there were a lot … Continue reading

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Guest Blog by Dr. Samuel Forman

Lora here! This summer when I went to Boston, I was fortunate that despite Hurricane Irene tearing up New England the day before, Joseph Warren biographer Sam Forman was kind enough to meet me at the Massachusetts Historical Society to … Continue reading

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