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Tomorrow Stories (1999) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 1A

    "Jack B. Quick" variant cover edition. Written by Alan Moore; art by Kevin Nowlan, Rick Veitch, Jim Baikie, and Melinda Gebbie; painted cover by Alex Ross In stores August 4. A new anthology series from AMERICA'S BEST COMICS teams writer Alan Moore with some of comics' best artists, with painted cover on the first-issue by Alex Ross! Rick Veitch's gentleman sleuth Greyshirt! Melinda Gebbie's diaphanous dame detective the Cobweb! Jim Baikie's satirical star-spangled-savior the Future American! And Kevin Nowlan's frankly indescribable Jack B. Quick! Four great new series debuting in one incredible comic, the newest and most multifaceted addition to the fabulous AMERICA'S BEST COMICS line! (Retailers, please note: 1 in 4 copies of this issue features a variant cover by Kevin Nowlan.) For more information, see the feature article. FC, 40 pg." Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1B
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 1B

    "Greyshirt" variant cover edition. Written by Alan Moore; art by Kevin Nowlan, Rick Veitch, Jim Baikie, and Melinda Gebbie; painted cover by Alex Ross In stores August 4. A new anthology series from AMERICA'S BEST COMICS teams writer Alan Moore with some of comics' best artists, with painted cover on the first-issue by Alex Ross! Rick Veitch's gentleman sleuth Greyshirt! Melinda Gebbie's diaphanous dame detective the Cobweb! Jim Baikie's satirical star-spangled-savior the Future American! And Kevin Nowlan's frankly indescribable Jack B. Quick! Four great new series debuting in one incredible comic, the newest and most multifaceted addition to the fabulous AMERICA'S BEST COMICS line! (Retailers, please note: 1 in 4 copies of this issue features a variant cover by Kevin Nowlan.) For more information, see the feature article. FC, 40 pg." Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #2
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 2

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART BY KEVIN NOWLAN, RICK VEITCH, JIM BAIKIE, AND MELINDA GEBBIE; COVER BY VEITCH In stores September 8. A bold, experimental story illustrated by cover artist Rick Veitch highlights the second issue of the incredible anthology series, in which every story is written by Alan Moore! The gentleman sleuth called Greyshirt investigates a multi-decade tale in "How Things Work Out;" Cobweb (illustrated by Melinda Gebbie) finds herself lost in the stars in the poetic science-fiction feature "Waltztime"; Future American and U.S. Angel (illustrated by Jim Baikie) tackle retro-renegade Dozier D. Daze and his Nostalgitator Ray. And Jack B. Quick (illustrated by Kevin Nowlan) gets tough with photons in "The Unbearableness of Being Light." FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 3

    Written by Alan Moore; art by Kevin Nowlan, Rick Veitch, Jim Baikie, and Melinda Gebbie; cover by Nowlan In stores October 13. Installments of all 4 TOMORROW STORIES features, each written by Alan Moore! Cobweb (illustrated by Melinda Gebbie) tracks a female fugitive through Indigo City's stygian depths; and a subway shoot-out 10 years past reveals "The Origin of Greyshirt" (illustrated by Rick Veitch)! Meanwhile, it's raining buttered cats in Queerwater Creek courtesy of Jack B. Quick (illustrated by Kevin Nowlan); and First American and U.S. Angel face juvenile crime head on in "Peril of the Pediatric Perpetrators" (illustrated by Jim Baikie)! FC, 32 pg." Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 4

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART BY KEVIN NOWLAN, RICK VEITCH, JIM BAIKIE, AND MELINDA GEBBIE; COVER BY BAIKIE In stores November 17. Installments of all four TOMORROW STORIES features, each written by Alan Moore! Beneath a madly satirical cover from Jim Baikie is another four-decker farrago of fun, fear, and fantasy! Greyshirt crosses the fated path of a time-traveling transgressor in "Tempus, Fugitive!"; and First American finds himself accused of scandal, sleaze and much worse in "The Bitter Crumbs of Defeat." Meanwhile, over in Queerwater Creek, Jack B. Quick continues his one-boy war against the laws of basic common sense; and in Indigo City, we peruse the pediatric perambulations of "Li'l Cobweb." FC, 32 PG.$2.95 " Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #5
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 5

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART BY RICK VEITCH, JIM BAIKIE, AND MELINDA GEBBIE; PAINTED COVER BY GEBBIE In stores December 8. A double-length story of Greyshirt and a painted cover by the Cobweb's Melinda Gebbie highlight this Yuletide issue! In addition to the stupefying satirical shenanigans of Jim Baikie's patriotic poltroon the First American and Melinda Gebbie's near-naked nylon-nymphet the Cobweb, an unprecedented 12-page outing for the mysterious midnight machinations of Rick Veitch's gentleman sleuth Greyshirt round out this year-end issue. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 6

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART BY HILARY BARTA, RICK VEITCH, JIM BAIKIE, AND MELINDA GEBBIE; COVER BY VEITCH In stores January 26. The debut of an exciting new character from the imagination of Alan Moore! He's back! The hot blot, the main stain, the splatter with the patter, the leak of the week! Who is he? Why, he's Splash Brannigan, the indelible avenger making his debut in TOMORROW STORIES #6, the signature anthology title from the Alan Moore-written AMERICA'S BEST COMICS! Joining such TOMORROW mainstays as Greyshirt, the Cobweb and First American, Splash Brannigan takes the place of the vacationing "Jack B. Quick" feature, giving Moore and artist Kevin Nowlan a chance to recover from twisting the laws of science. This pigment of Alan Moore's imagination is illustrated by Hilary Barta (Stupid!, SUPERMAN: THE DARK SIDE), beginning with Splash's origin tale. When comic-book artist Daisy Screensaver cracks off the cap of an ancient, oversized ink bottle, she accidentally unleashes the fun-loving (and unbearably lovable) Splash. What happens when this most unlikely comic-book hero comes alive within the offices of the world's most unsuccessful comic-book publisher? Join Splash, Daisy, and the staff of Sydney J. Kaput's Kaput Comics Ltd. for a tribute to all all things four-color in TOMORROW STORIES #6! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 7

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    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART BY HILLARY BARTA, RICK VEITCH, JIM BAIKIE, AND MELINDA GEBBIE; COVER BY BARTA In stores March 1. Alan Moore's newest creation takes center stage! He's the ooze that can't lose! After his explosively messy debut last issue, Hillary Barta's indelible avenger, Splash Brannigan, is this issue's lead feature in a tale in which our viscous vigilante decides to take the plunge (literally) into the world of art, with mind-boggling consequences! And for those of you who need more than a licorice-slick liquid lawman, Rick Veitch's Greyshirt mystifies, Jim Baikie's First American maddens, and Melinda Gebbie's Cobweb slips into something more comfortable! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #8
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 8

    The First American and U.S.Angel star in a docu-soap in "Justice in Tights!" by Alan Moore & Jim Baikie; Splash Brannigan takes on "Testostor the Terrible!" at the Coffeeburg Comicon by Alan Moore & Hilary Barta; Cobweb presented as a series of newspaper strips by Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie; Greyshirt in "Thinx" by Alan Moore & Rick Veitch. Cover by Baikie. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #9
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 9

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART BY HILARY BARTA, RICK VEITCH, JIM BAIKIE, AND DAME DARCY; COVER BY MELINDA GEBBIE Under a high-kicking, high-rolling cover from Melinda Gebbie, we have the usual high-octane highball that is TOMORROW STORIES! Poured from the blender, this issue's comic-book cocktail includes the hydraulic highjinks of Hilary Barta's swimmingly successful Splash Brannigan, a puzzling perceptual poser for Rick Veitch's Greyshirt, another frankly felonious fiasco with Jim Baikie's First American, and a juicy jungle jaunt with Melinda Gebbie's Cobweb! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #10
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 10

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE;ART BY ART BY KEVIN NOWLAN, RICK VEITCH, DAME DARCY AND JIM BAIKIE;COVER BY NOWLAN The triumphant return of Jack B. Quick highlights this over-the-top issue! Jack is in the middle of a slew of Alien invaders! The First American runs for president! Greyshirt becomes entangled with a new femme fatale foe, Lapis Lazuli! And Cobweb...well, we'll just keep that one to ourselves right now. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #11
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 11

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART BY HILARY BARTA, RICK VEITCH, JOYCE CHIN, ARTHUR ADAMS, AND JIM BAIKIE; COVER BY BARTA In stores May 23. Guest artists Joyce Chin & Arthur Adams contribute a shocking ? yes, shocking ? rendition of Cobweb! Meanwhile, Hilary Barta delves into the elastic realm of Splash Brannigan, Rick Veitch feels his way through the dark world of Greyshirt, and Jim Baikie, well...you'll just have to wait and see what he has in store for the funky First American! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #12
    Tomorrow Stories (1999) 12

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART BY RICK VEITCH, KEVIN NOWLAN, AND JIM BAIKIE; COVER BY VEITCH In stores October 10. AMERICA'S BEST COMICS' first crossover story appears this issue! Alan Moore writes and Rick Veitch illustrates a tasty team-up ? Greyshirt and Cobweb ? in a dynamite double length story! Also running around this issue is kid scientist Jack B. Quick (illustrated by Kevin Nowlan), and, heaven help us, the First American (illustrated by Jim Baikie)! Note: This is a resolicitation. All previous orders for MAY010517 have been cancelled. FC, 32 PG. $2.95 Cover price $2.95.