Archive for August, 2012
Tomorrow Stories is an entertaining amalgam of pop culture satire and parody told against the backdrop of a world of super-heroes and vigilantes. Featuring a diverse cast of characters, these books combines crime stories with farce and scientific adventure to create an assortment of enthralling individual tales. A quick-paced escapade of literature, this volume includes stories of Greyshirt, the “gentleman sleuth,” First American, the patriotic super-hero, Cobweb, the vigilante heiress, Splash Brannigan, the ink-stain adventurer, and Jack B. Quick, the mischievous boy genius.
Eisner Award 2000 Winner: “Best Anthology”.
One of Alan Moore’s greatest works and his most critically acclaimed novella of all time is now painstakingly adapted to comic books. Moore’s frequent collaborator Antony Johnston has carefully preserved the story as it is presented in sequential form with stunning grey-painted art by new sensations Lorenzo Lorente and Sebastian Fiumara, all under the watchful eye of Moore himself. This four issue masterpiece launches with an extra large first issue. What would you pay to learn the innermost secrets of wizards? Young prostitute Som-Som has made the ultimate sacrifice; literally sworn to secrecy by cosmetic surgery, the two halves of Som-Som’s brain have been severed, leaving her able to hear and see… but not speak or act. Now Som-Som’s unique attributes will put her firmly in the center of an impossible dilemma, as an old friend return to The House Without Clocks, and a deadly game of domination begins…
For Mature Reader