|Art: Interesting, though there isn't a lot of variety in people right now. The two male leads and the two female leads look rather similar right now. However, it's relatively early in the comic, so that might change, and we might see more regular characters emerge.
Story: I like it so far, but I'm a little worried about the latest developments. The creator seems to take the idea of "make things miserable for your characters" very far, but it makes for a good story, especially as the main characters tries to adjust to his changed circumstances. However, there seems to be a more overt supernatural element coming in, and I'm not sure how that will change things.
Characters: I'm divided on this. Two of the characters are outstanding to me, while the other two are interesting but unrealistic. I love how Aidan is trying to deal with his recent streak of bad luck, while Katrina's very nature is something I want to learn. What is she, exactly? How can she recover from seemingly irreversible damage? On the other hand, Ethan and Alyssa are funny....but the idea that they'd accept things so easily that Aidan won't doesn't jibe. They might be more relaxed, but no one is relaxed enough to just shrug off the walking dead.
Writing: We mostly see the story through Aidan's eyes, and that's where we get the humor from, too. He's kind of nervous and pessimistic-and suddenly, things have gone far beyond what he could have realistically predicted. And he's trying desperately not to become unhinged. Seeing that struggle is, in my opinion, a barrel of laughs with this presentation.
Overall: It's too early to tell how well "Always Tomorrow" will go, though it's not too early to draw some initial conclusions. I'm looking forward to more. 7 out of 10.