Dream is an extremely powerful being. In JLA #22, When asked how got on the JLA Watchtower, he simply stated, "I walked". Mind you, The JLA watchtower is on the Moon. Dream, being a multiversal entity(which just means that of the 52 universes there is only one Dream, not 52) Dream cannot die. Dream can simply wave his hand and cause sleep in any level being, including Green Lanterns, Kryptonians, and goddess', etc. Dream knows the future.
Quite frankly, I haven't seen the proof that the combined forces of The Espada and The Captains could defeat even Starro The Conquerer. Starro has been shown to survive the full fury of Orion's Astro Force without any real harm and also able to knock Orion into a coma. Mind you, Orion is equal with superman in a fight with all aspects, and Superman can destroy planets with his fists(like Orion) and also his heat vision(similar but less potent than Orion's astro force) is hotter than stars. Each Starro is around the size of a continent, and when it blinked Aquaman thought that the entire sea floor had been shifted. It's telepathic skills have proven it to be completely resistant to any type of mind attacks. And yet, Dream was able to completely effortlessly able to take eight Starros and able to toss them into a fish bowl
Dream is an immortal being of vast power; able to summon sleep and conjuer dreams, from wishful fantasies to fevered nightmares, any of which were used to cure maladies or punish those who offended the Lord Of Dreams.
How would the combined forces of The Captains and The Espada be able to stand up to even Starro The Conquerer, let alone Dream, the entity?
Sinister_Noob and FLCL1, your ignorance blinds you. Do your research before you post.
To cftallis, Dream's Kingdom is in the Dream World.
 JLA #22, pg #8 (1998)
 The DC Comics Encyclopedia, pg #120 (2004 Edition)
 JLA #22, pg #9 (1998)
 JLA #22, pg #10 (1998)
 JLA #22, pg #15 (1998)
 JLA #23, pg #12
 JLA #23, pg #14
 Death Of The New gods #2, pg 13-17
 JLA #22, pg #22 (1998), Also JLA #23 pg #0
 JLA #23, pg #6
 JLA #23, pg #7
 JLA #23, pg #21
 DC Comics Encyclopedia , pg #265 (2004 Edition)
" @FLCL1 said:
" so until u post him fighting something and not standing there looking homo its a stomp for espada "not a stomp, or a curbstomp, its greater than a gutterstomp, its a sewerstomp! "
"i agrre, dude! you intentionally made a spite thread! curbstomp! curbstomp! lock up this thread! "