How the Film ‘Hero Tomorrow’ Brings ‘Apama’ and ‘Tap Dance Killer’ to Comic Stores in April 2018 Solicits

Hero Tomorrow is a 2007 movie (with a 2015 cut) written and directed by Ted Seduka and co-written by Milo Miller, set in and around a comic book shop.

David spends his days cutting grass and his nights smoking it while desperately trying to keep his superhero fantasies alive. when Robyn, his aspiring fashion designer girlfriend, makes him a Halloween costume of his original character APAMA, it doesn’t take David long to hit the streets and begin blundering towards DISASTER. This comic book Don Quixote is characterized by surreal flourishes, mixing dream, fantasy, and flashbacks that borrow as much from the art house as the comic shop.

Two comic books spun out of the later cut, distributed digitally by ComiXology. A few years later and they are coming to print, distributed by Diamond to comic book stores internationally, starting in April 2018, as Hero Tomorrow Comics.

(W) Ted Sikora, Milo Miller (A/CA) Benito Gallego
The most inexplicable superhero of all time! Cleveland ice cream truck driver, Ilyia Zjarsky, goes hiking and stumbles upon the spirit force of the most savage creature mankind has never known! The acclaimed saga is printed in single issues for the first time ever in a new monthly ongoing series! (STL076615)
7×10, 32pgs, FC SRP: $3.99

(W) Ted Sikora (A/CA) Nikolaus Harrison
Actress Nikki St Clair was the sweetest gal in the city until she was cast in a horror show musical as the Tap Dance Killer. Now, unable to shake the role, this 1920s-esque bizarre mobster assassin is out on the streets dealing damage with a theatrical flair that leaves ’em, quite literally, slain in the isles! This first issue also features the first appearance of a knockout new villain! (STL076616)
7×10, 32pgs, FC SRP: $3.99

About Rich Johnston

Chief writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. Father of two. Comic book clairvoyant. Political cartoonist.

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