Morrison has a brilliant mind for comics, not that you would know it from reading this limited series. The world is devoid of superheroes after an apocalyptic battle that destroyed heroes and villains alike. This doesn't stop Seaguy from attempting to prove himself to the hermaphrodite he loves. The story has a few humorous moments quickly circumvented by Morrison's ubiquitous conspiracy plots and jumpy scenes shifts. Comics such as these, created by otherwise talented individuals, which are little more than weird nonsense, are a disgrace to the industry.