once more to the genre-twisting exploits of the liquid avenger,
Splash Brannigan, and the comedy crimebuster Cobweb; tremble
before the genetic superpower of The First American and the
towering intellect of child inventor Jack B. Quick, and swoon
before 'gentleman sleuth' Greyshirt...
second Tomorrow Stories collection brings together
more tales of the insane from the twisted mind of Alan Moore.
majority of stories included in this collection I really enjoyed
(although I've never really been a huge fan of Cobweb
- I know what Moore is trying to do with this strip, and for
that I applaud him. It's just that it's not really to my taste.
Baike, who is one of my favourite artists, gives us a few
episodes of The First American and U.S.Angel. That
alone, for me, almost justifies the asking price. The man
is a nation treasure (whatever that means) and there should
be an annual holiday on his birthday! He is a genius with
B. Quick and Splash Brannigan add a more in-your-face
style of humour which is easy to digest. The same, however,
can not be said for Grey Shirt - with its dark plot.
But, that's not to say that it is any less enjoyable.
those that like their comic books served up with a large side
order of laughs, Tomorrow Stories will get a huge thumbs
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