Imagine that life gives you a second chance. But instead of restarting everything normally, you're reborn with supernatural abilities. Launched in 2015, Anarchy Dreamers is an urban fantasy webcomic, praised for its "soft goth, pastel punk" art, mysterious narrative, and extensive world building.

Spoilers Ahead!

In the aftermath of a mysterious tragedy, the students of Sacred Heart High just want things to go back to normal. But their Nightmares, reality warping monsters created from fears, problems, and trauma, are wreaking havoc on the school community, making a normal life impossible. Students are taking Nightmare fighting into their own hands, even at the risk of expulsion or arrest.

As the infestation grows, the God of Dreams reaches out to 6 students for assistance, promising to help them solve the mystery of their deaths as long as they keep fighting the monsters---

But will they be strong enough to face their own worst Nightmares?

As of spring 2019, Anarchy Dreamers has had 8 successful Kickstarters to print 3 graphic novels, 5 single issue floppy comics, and one art book. The Anarchy Dreamers Volume 3 Kickstarter will launch in May 2019. 

How do you pronounce---

Tadhg- TIE-gh (like "tiger" without the "er")

Roisin- ROW-sheen (as you'll see in the comic and on the cast page, there are accents over the o and the second i, but unfortunately, the website coding won't display them here.)

Who am I?

I'm Emily Ree!

Comic artist, writer, illustrator, fashion coordinator! Historian, part-time teacher, full-time punk, native New Yorker. I have a BFA in Fine Art and Art History from the Fashion Institute of Technology and hope to finish my MFA in the coming years!

When I'm not doing my own work, I'm teaching history through comic art! I run several History Comics Clubs in elementary and middle schools and speak regularly about the importance of graphic novels and education. I've hosted panels at Bard College, Vassar College, the FDR Presidential Library, and New York Comic Con. Kids are the future, show them how great comics are!