Kid Cudi Debuts New Song ‘Dreams I See’ to Accompany ‘Moon Man #3’

To accompany his comic series “Moon Man #3” coming out tomorrow, Kid Cudi has released his new song “Dreams I See” along with a visualizer, which is exclusive to Variety before the midnight release.

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Cudi launched his comic book series “Moon Man” in January alongside co-writer Kyle Higgins, artist Marco Locati, colorist Igor Monti, typesetter Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou and editor Michael Busuttil. The series was created in collaboration with Image Comics, Black Market Narrative and Mad Solar.

“Moon Man” follows the journey of Ramon Townsend, who becomes something of a celebrity after he saves his ship and crew during a near-disastrous mission to the moon. Townsend longs to return to a normal, quiet life in Cleveland, though the threat of what happened on that mission casts a shadow over his ambitions. In the series’ third iteration, Townsend begins to test the limits of his abilities, until the return of an old friend complicates his life even further.

In addition to the release of the song and comic, Cudi has announced the release of a line of limited edition apparel featuring four designs based on the artwork from the series’ newest episode. Apparel will be available tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET on

“This may be one of the three coolest things I’ve ever worked on. This story took a lot of love from everyone involved, and I’m so happy the world can finally experience Moon Man,” Mescudi said ahead of the launch of the “Moon Man” series. “I promise you this comic will be unlike anything you’ve read before. To everyone who picks up a copy in January and shows support, I love you more than you can imagine. Thank you!”

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