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Tom Strong's Terrific Tales #4

Writer: Alan Moore, Steve Moore Artist: Paul Rivoche, Art Adams, Alan Weiss Publisher: America's Best Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Sep 15, 2002

    Alan Weiss' artwork offers exotic sea dwellers and settings. The nature of the innocent is rendered with an unusual color scheme that's attractive and alien. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 22, 2002

    A pretty entertaining issue where all three stories act as damning proof to discourage my belief that this book's split format is a bad idea. Alan & Steve Moore make full use of the eight-nine pages they have to work with, to deliver some fairly enjoyable stories. Now Jonni Future's adventures continues to offer up some fairly hurried resolutions, but they make up for this flaw by delivering some fairly entertaining & amusing scenarios for her to deal with. As for the opening Tom Strong adventure, it was nice to see him faced with a situation where his beloved status with the public acted to drive a man to suicide, and while the ending to this situation was a little too perfect, the rescue itself was quite impressive. This issue also offers up the best Young Tom Strong adventure yet, as it draws its entertainment value from the well-worn theme that young minds are ignorant of the hatreds that are suppose to keep them apart. Read Full Review

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