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Tomorrow Stories, Vol. 1 (Tomorrow Stories #1)

3.56  ·  Rating Details ·  452 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
Book by Moore, Alan
Paperback, 176 pages
Published August 1st 2003 by Wildstorm (first published March 2000)
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Mar 20, 2012 Keith rated it really liked it
6/17: This book is actually better than I remembered, and I think that it has aged better than some of the other titles in the ABC line. Rereading Top 10 through a modern lens, for example, made me realize that the series is kind of weirdly fixated on homosexuality, prostitution, incest, bestiality and pedophilia as different strains of "perversion" that Moore had clearly not sorted out at the time of its writing. These are problems that are actually rampant throughout the ABC line (and, I guess ...more
Mar 17, 2011 Julian rated it it was amazing
What do I need to say? A child genius who tries to force light to obey the local 30 mph speed-limit. A science hero so dreadful that even a meaningless relationship with a woman is probably beyond his grasp. A sensuous sleuth who specialises in not being entirely successful at anything other than arousing her chauffeuse. And her male counterpart, who at least has the whole Philip Marlowe thing down. And an animated ink-blot who wants to be friends with possibly the most curvaceous woman every co ...more
May 23, 2009 Shane rated it liked it
Finally finished this collection of collected stories. Each issue of Tomorrow Stories had multiple stories (1 for each hero).

Jack B. Quick the boy genius was pretty funny and always involved silly scientific topics like arresting light for breaking the speed limit and cats with butter on their backs that could never land on the ground.

Greyshirt the Holmes-esque vigilante was probably my least favorite. Usually very dark and no that cool.

First American was hilarious as a kind of superhero version
Jul 22, 2008 Travis rated it it was ok
Shelves: comic-books
Like any anthology it's wildly uneven.
Jack B. Quick is a wonderfully bizarre series about a boy genius and the havoc he causes for his parents and the small town he lives in. Like a really good kids book on acid.
Greyshirt while a rip off of the Spirit is at least a fun rip off with a cool looking main character and very odd villains.
First American tries to parody all those patriotic heroes of the GA, as well as popular culture but is too cynical and trying too hard to be funny.
Cobweb is mostly l
There are some really interesting comics here, comics that are very intelligently created. Unfortunately, there's not much story here. There's also some strips that do not work at all for me, which is a common problem with anthologies.
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Norma Editorial continúa editando en nuestro país todo el material posible de las obras de Alan Moore bajo el sello de Americas Best Comics. Ya pudimos leer la genial maxiserie que es "Top 10" y, hace unos meses, vimos los finales de las series regulares de "Promethea" y "Tom Strong". Ahora le toca el turno a "Tomorrow Stories" que sale publicado en un formato similar al de las dos últimas colecciones que he
Jul 19, 2012 Mel rated it really liked it
This was actually a collection of stories you couldn't sit and read in one go. Each "comic" had it's own collection of short stories, most of which were very funny and as such needed to be picked up and read in short bursts. I have to admit one of my favourite stories was the one where the superheros had to take on Jerry Springer. The boy genius who was everyone's favourite didn't do much for me. Americana even as a paradoy is a bit annoying. But I loved the pulp adventures and it was lovely to ...more
Mar 31, 2016 Macha rated it really liked it
yep, he wrote 'em all. and mostly, they're sendups of the whole American superhero schtick. a lot of it is silly, snide, and very funny. don't knock it, that's Alan juggling time and quantum space, just for the fun of it: what a shame the setup didn't last. expect some notably original page and story design along the way. but seriously, the gorgeous series The Cobweb with Melinda Gebbie comes from a different realm entirely, with virtually no story but some sublime art drawing on totally differe ...more
Sep 09, 2010 Mrdavidpeat rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics
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Dec 31, 2016 One Flew rated it really liked it
3.5 stars
You can tell Alan Moore had fun with this one, like a lot of more comical books in the ABC range. Not every story hits but enough do to make it an enjoyable ride. Jack B Quick, the walking disaster child genius is the best of the vignettes. The Cobweb is a domineering heroine who is a mix of the amusing and erotic. Greyshirt is a modern take on the golden age superhero. And First American is a spoof of the all american superman cliche. Good light reading, not many writers can pull of th
Apr 09, 2013 Hamish rated it liked it
Like a lot of anthologies, it's got some good stuff and some weaker stuff. In particular, the Jack B Quick stories are very funny, and the "How Things Work Out" Greyshirt story is especially impressive (if a little reminiscent of Richard McGuire's "Here"). A lot of the super hero parodies seem like Moore's grabbing low hanging fruit, though. And the problem with these kinds of super short (usually 6 page) stories by any creator is I think they're a bit too brief to not feel kind of slight. That ...more
Sep 01, 2015 Centauri rated it it was ok
the cobweb and greyshirt stories were decent or good, but j quick and the first american were just absurd and awkward and ridiculous; i did enjoy the jerry springer homage because of its message though
Nov 12, 2013 Stephen rated it liked it
Kevin Nowlan's work here is okay. But every time I see his work I always wonder where the great work is. After all these years, why didn't he put some effort into a special project on the side that would be all his and blow us away. I think he could still do it if he put his mind to it.
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Mar 09, 2010 Feather Mista marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Veremos...
Recommended to Feather by: Autores
Shelves: pospuestos
Me parece que tengo leídas la mayoría de las historias que componen este tomo. Pero como no recuerdo bien cuáles leí ni cuáles me faltan, seguirá como to-read hasta que le pueda echar el guante de nuevo.
Jan 05, 2017 Sean rated it liked it
Maybe 3.5
Jul 10, 2015 B rated it liked it
Shelves: borrowed
Some of these are very clever, but they're mostly very sour and not as clever as they think they are.

I would rate it lower except that there were a couple of good ones and it seems wrong to do.
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komik hamfretny alan moore...
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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 Egyptian Theatre of Marvels, some of which have been released on CD.

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