The Festival of the New Age: A celebration of peace, innovation, and the future. Citizens and tourists from all over the world flock to the capital city of New Reidle in the Cleyrian Empire to get the first look at revolutionary technology and participate in the airship races that bring together commoners and nobles alike in the spirit of competition.

However, hidden under the cheery and bustling activity, a sinister plot unfolds and a conspiracy comes to light. Atticus Falke, a nobleman who practices alchemy to overcome his illness, and Claire Lockhart, a young and talented mechanic, find their lives intertwined as they help each other face trials that will inevitably change their lives, and the world around them.

Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, business, events and incidents are the products of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.



Hannah Goeckeritz

Co-Author and artist of For Tomorrow, Hannah considers herself a closet super villain, and this method of referring to herself in the third person comes naturally.

She has previous creative teamwork experience, including a yearbook-themed comic book in high school, an indie game, and a graphic novel. For Tomorrow holds a special place on her shelf of diabolical schemes, and at this moment she’s cackling evilly as she releases it into the wild. (Kailey does not endorse this view of the comic)


Kailey Dilworth

Co-Author of For Tomorrow, media manager, and colorist, it has always been Kailey's dream to release a story she helped produce and is ecstatic about the opportunity to put one out as a webcomic.

Kailey is a huge fan of role-playing video games and tabletop games. Lover of cinnamon rolls and writing tragic backstories, Kailey also has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Technology.


Q: What is the comic schedule?

We update every Tuesday morning on or before 8am MDT.

Q: What is the content rating?

We want to make this webcomic enjoyable for ages 13+, and keep it at a lower PG-13 rating. However, as a disclaimer, there may be scenes that depict gore or intense subject matter. We will try to give warnings or heads up before these sections if deemed necessary, but for the most part, it is up to reader discretion.

Q: How did you come up with the story?

The script for this webcomic started as a text based roleplay game, played similar to a game of Dungeons and Dragons. However, that simple back and forth turned into three entire books and over one million words of content! When looking into a rewrite or way to distribute our story, we came to the conclusion that it would work best in a webcomic/visual format. As for who played which characters, that will be up to you to figure out.

Q: How was this website made?

Our wonderful co-author and manager Kailey made it! It's completely from scratch using front-end and back-end design.

Q: Is there a way I can support the comic?

First, thank you for wanting to support the comic! We have a Patreon Page where you can sign up for exclusive access to concept art, the comic at full size, as well as an option to read the comic 24-hours earlier than it's launched on the website.

If you just want to give us a quick tip and support us without any benefits, you can leave us tip at our Ko-fi page.

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