Looks great. I liked the first book and have been looking forward to reading the rest of the story for a while now.
Also, some more Morrison Vertigo news on there:
The new Seaguy series is the first of a wave of books for Vertigo in 2009, all of which give me a chance to run wild in several different directions at once. I've got my latest 'take' on superheroes with SEAGUY, I've come up with an idea for a fantasy story that's got me really excited and the third one is a big, INVISIBLES/FILTH style psycho-sci-fi book, so each of them has a very different flavour and style of storytelling.
Oh, and it's Seaguy 2, not 3.