is a comic book anthology
released by America's Best Comics
. Each issue contains four self-contained stories written by Alan Moore
and a different artist for each character. The least loved of America's Best Comics
, the intriguing part of the comic is the fact that it is self-contained
. Each issue has four main characters that are in it, and one can pick up any issue of Tomorrow Stories and read it. All of the stories are rather humourous, except for perhaps Greyshirt
, which follows a more serious mood.
- The Cobweb
This rather sultry heroine operates out of Indigo City. She has no super powers, nor is she incredibly intelligent. She is, however, rated as one of the highest bachelorettes in Indigo City. She battles crime, and seems to be ambigously lesbian. Not normally my favorite featurette, but amusing none the less.
- The First American and U.S. Angel
One of the funniest features in the anthology. The First American is the highest parody of the stereotypical superhero. Genetically engineered to fight for America, he's quite at a loss for morals. His sidekick, U.S. Angel isn't much better off either.
A very much Spirit inspired character. He is also a crimefighter of Indigo City. Dressed very much like a gentleman with a cane, except for the red cloth that covers his mouth and nose. He closely works with the police on cases. Throughout the criminal world, he is known to be bulletproof. An image that Greyshirt has created, by the fact that he always wears a chainmail shirt. A great nostalgic trip to the Spirit. One of my favorites from the anthology.
- Jack B. Quick
Small-town boy genius, Jack is the boy that disturbs so many scientific theories. Watch him create a new universe! Help the sheriff arrest drunk light rays! Butter a cat's back! A humourous voyage into the insane small-town science.
- Splash Brannigan
Created by a comic artist when he wanted to draw three dimensional comics, Splash is a living inkblot waiting to happen. Splash Brannigan was introduced in issue six, as Jack B. Quick took a hiatus.