Tom Strong #23

Writer: Peter Hogan Artist: Chris Sprouse Publisher: America's Best Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Nov 6, 2003

    The rather sweet story in this issue of Tom Strong is a stand-alone, refers to the founding father of science fiction as well as one of his immediate descendents. Writer Hogan never loses sight of the characters, and Chris Sprouse demonstrates his best. Perfect. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 12, 2003

    Yes, Tom Strong goes to the Moon where he encounters a race of Moon creatures who we discover have encountered Tom Strong in the past, and in a somewhat amusing conclusion we learn once again Tom Strong has sired yet another child after he was knocked unconscious, during his first visit to the Moon. Now the price for this revelation is a rather lackluster climax, as we see Tom Strong and company arrive before the gathered Moon creatures, and quicker than you can say this looks like a rather bad situation, the leader of these creatures decides to let the group go. Now the idea of a colony of creatures living on the Moon is a fun idea, that I'm sure has been suggested many time before in various science fiction novels, and the material leading up to the rather hurried finish was quite engaging, but for the most part this was yet another issue of Tom Strong where the story never really rises above mildly entertaining. Still having Svetlana with her broken English made for a couple amusing Read Full Review

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