“The film is excellent… a solid story that will appeal to everyone, comic fan or not”
Michael San Giacomo – NEWSARAMA

“How are indie filmmakers going to try to rival Avatar’s imagery?
A Street vendor selling dollar kabobs is going to succeed by being
unique, different — not by trying to mimic that five star restaurant
around the corner.  HERO TOMORROW with a cynical unique spin, is that
welcome cinematic kabob-stand poised outside Mr. Cameron’s movie
equivalent of the Four Seasons restaurant.” 

FILMS IN REVIEW

“Among the cream of the crop at Comic Con”
Chis Gore – ATTACK OF THE SHOW

“Jocelyn Wrzosek pushes darn near every emotional button you can imagine.
She’s got what it takes to be a genuine comics fandom heartthrob. Five out of five.”

Tony Isabella – COMIC BOOK BUYERS GUIDE

“This movie reminds me of an Albert Brook’s comedy.  It has some hilarious bits to it —
It is a well shot film with solid acting and excellent production values. Seek it out.
Smash or Trash Independent Filmmaking

“Over the last year or so I have screened and reviewed some very
interesting and different films, but the most different, avante garde
if you will, film that I have watched recently is HERO TOMORROW.”

BVS REVIEWS

“Twisted, unconventional… diverting, inventive, and creative.”
BANG BANG MONTREAL

“There’s a lot to like in this Milo Miller – Ted Sikora production.”

THE TRADES

“A great film – I really enjoyed it.”
COMIC BOOK OUTSIDERS

“You won’t know why you enjoyed it, you just will.
Their odd adventure is peculiar and catchy.
It does a shockingly good job at entertaining”

CINEMA ODDITY

“This is a film I’ve fallen in love with.”
RAGING BULLETS

“Anyone who loves a good indie film and appreciates excellent,
albeit quirky storytelling will be touched.”

POWER OF POP

“Ted Sikora constructs a genuine super-hero film ignoring
Hollywood rules. HERO TOMORROW is a super-hero to indie films.”

CINEPHELIA

“No it’s not AVATAR. Is it any less satisfying because of this fact?
Not in the slightest. It was refreshing to see a movie that doesn’t
assault my senses for once with visual effects.”

MULTIVERSITY COMICS

“Forget any prejudices you may have against ‘low budget’ filmmaking, and
embrace the
wacky romantic vision of a future big name writer/director.”
HERO PRESS

“Whether or not you’re in the mood for a good indie, comic book, romance, or
comedy film, Hero Tomorrow has got you covered. One of the best original films
I’ve had the pleasure to review in quite some time, and a definite must see.”
FANBOY THEATRE

“The farther I got away from it, the more I thought about it, the more I kind of digested it in my mind…
I really did enjoy the movie… This is a movie you have to watch one extra time…
It wears its indie cred on its sleeve… You won’t be disappointed.”
BACK SEAT PRODUCERS

I found myself captivated by the characters. Not only did the characters
seem real, their problems did too. Hero Tomorrow may be a movie that looks to be
“another comic book movie”, but instead Hero Tomorrow is a movie that asks the
viewers to pay attention and infer. Any movie or comic book that keeps me questioning,
analyzing, and talking about long after it’s finished is always worth more than the original
entry fee.
SPACEBOOGER.COM

“A comical pseudo-superhero flick, that ends up being more gratifying
and genuinely comical than anything else attempted before it.”
COOL CLEVELAND

“One of the best indie dramas I have seen in recent years —
outdoes the vast majority of mainstream movies that are marketed
towards the fanboy and girl, and yes, KICK ASS, I’m looking right at you.”

THE PULLBOX

“A well-made movie with a strong cast. It abounds with quirky touches.”
CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER

“One of the more enjoyable comics movies I’ve seen in a while.”
COMIC RELATED

“A love letter to comic book fans.”
Michael Gallucci – SCENE MAGAZINE

“HERO TOMORROW asks a challenging question – What is the greater madness?
To imagine yourself a superhero, or to see life as it is and not as it should be?
It’s that kind of movie.

FANTASIA FILM FESTIVAL