Tom Strong #25

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: John Paul Leon Publisher: America's Best Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 3, 2004

    A very enjoyable issue, as Geoff Johns manages to deftly insert himself in the midst of Tom Strong's world, and offer up an entertaining done-in-one romp, where our hero runs up a very dangerous young man whose mood has an adverse impact on Millennium City. I mean one has to love any issue where a giant statue of the hero is rampaging through the streets of the city, and the issue also manages to have offering up an engaging explanation that explains how this young man is able to directly impact reality. Geoff Johns also does a pretty fair job of making Wally into a well realized character, as he never really comes across as anything but a harmless kid, who has the unfortunate luck of running up against some rude people. Now Geoff Johns does look to be trying a bit too hard to make the people that Wally encounters hostile, as Timmy and Calculus are on his case right from the start, which seems a bit much considering their previous appearance have presented them as quite amiable. Still, Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 29, 2004

    Even were I to ignore everything associated with the plot, Johns pollutes Millennium City with corrugated versions of Tom Strong, his friends and his family. Tom Strong has never been disingenuous, but ah, character assault is Geoff Johns' forte, and Tom's two-faced treatment of Willoughby is deplorable. Read Full Review

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