Tom Strong's Terrific Tales #8

Writer: Alan Moore Artist: Jason Pearson Publisher: America's Best Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Oct 18, 2003

    His characterization for Young Tom Strong has him for once rising above that of the average thickie, and although the youth looks mighty odd, Alan Weiss makes the young, wiry Dhalua an utter cutie. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 26, 2003

    This was one of the more enjoyable issues of this series as the opening story is a very amusing homage to the Hanna Barbara cartoons that consumed my Saturday mornings when I was a child, and the story isn't all that bad either, as there's something rather engaging about the idea of a race track that is haunted by the ghosts of the hot-rodders that have died on it's treacherous curves. As for the second story, Arthur Adams gets an opportunity to deliver some truly amazing visuals, as we're treated to a sky full of stolen Moons, and while the story isn't exactly a tension filled affair, and it's resolved in a rather unflattering manner, I did enjoy the idea that the villain was a collector who was able to successfully sell the idea that the Moon was better off in his collection. As for the final story, this is exactly the type of story these young Tom Strong chapters need to offer up, as we get to see the early steps he takes down the road to becoming the hero he is today, rather than t Read Full Review

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