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Tomorrow Stories, Vol. 2 (Tomorrow Stories #2)

3.59 of 5 stars 3.59  ·  rating details  ·  226 ratings  ·  8 reviews
TOMORROW STORIES BOOK TWO 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, this book combines crime stories with farce and scientific adventure to create an assortment of enthralling individual tales. A quick-paced escapade of literature, this volume incl ...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by Wildstorm (America Best Comics)
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Well that is just excellent.
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Segundo tomo (de tres) de esta colección de America's Best Comics en la que Alan Moore se dedica a escribir cuatro relatos breves por capítulo que van contando las aventuras de cinco personajes distintos unos de otros pero que, según hemos podido comprobar en este volumen, conviven todos ellos en el mismo universo (junto a Promethea o Tom Strong, por ejemplo).

Lo cierto es que el primer tomo me sorprendió en
Hit, but mainly miss...

I really like liked the "Jack B Quick Stories" and "First American", but the rest were not great. Splash Brannigan I ended up skipping most of and "The Cob Web went down hill quickly after Melinda Gebbie stopped drawing/ co-creating. "The Grey Shirt" is neither here nor there.

Rather than buy more of this I will hold out for Jack B Quick and First American omnibuses.

This is just fun, fun, fun. An animated ink-blot who wanders round the world with an impossibly curvaceous comic-book artist. A drunken, layabout, genetically engineered moron super-hero with his busty side-kick hand-picked from the adult entertainment industry. A crime-fighting masked avenger who seems to have read far too much Edgar Wallace. A very female superheroine who seems more interested in her costume and her lady assistant than in fighting crime. And a boy genius so terrifying that the ...more
So I did quite enjoy the first collection of Tomorrow Stories but I just can't get into this one. I've been reading a story here and there for months and I need to realise I just can't bring myself to care enough to finish it. It's due back at the library and I can't renew it any more times. I did quite enjoy some of the stories but after awhile it just got too repeitive and reading it felt like a chore. As much as I love Alan Moore I just couldn't get into this.
Dony Grayman
Segundo volumen de historias cortas del Universo ABC.
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Jan 01, 2014 Federiken Masters rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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Hasta ahora, el tomo de ABC que menos me gustó de todas las series que leí. Quizás porque las historias contenidas en este tomo son en promedio entretenidas y pasatistas pero lejos de las genialidades que le vemos hacer a Moore todo el tiempo en otras series. Esperemos que para el tomo 3, que tiene los especiales, repunte un poco.
Didn't like the art, and the characters are too much like pastiches of classic comic characters.
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Alan Moore is an English writer most famous for his influential work in comics, including the acclaimed graphic novels Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell. He has also written a novel, Voice of the Fire, and performs "workings" (one-off performance art/spoken word pieces) with The Moon and Serpent Grand Egypt
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