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The Many Worlds Of Tesla Strong #1

Writer: Peter Hogan, Alan Moore (plot assist) Publisher: America's Best Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 23, 2003

    The idea of a hero jumping from one parallel world to the next is hardly a novel concept, but when done right it's certainly on of the more enjoyable, and on this one-shot Peter Hogan strikes all the right notes. The issue reads almost like a how to book on how to deliver an enjoyable comic, as the action moves along at a furious pace, and there's a wealth of fun & novel ideas bouncing around in these pages. It also doesn't hurt that Tesla Strong is a very engaging character who is about as perfect a fit as one could hope for in a story like this, as the character bounces from one situation to the next, and manages to have just as much fun as the reader while doing it. If you're a fan of the DCU before Crisis hit, you could certainly do worse than giving this book a look, as it's almost a loving homage to the idea of parallel Earths, and a couple of the worlds that we're treated to feel like they were ripped right out of that bygone era that DC effectively erased. Plus, with a collecti Read Full Review

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