Doctor Tomorrow #1
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Doctor Tomorrow #1

Writer: Alejandro Arbona Artist: Jim Towe Publisher: Valiant Comics Release Date: February 19, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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Teen hothead and star athlete, Bart Simms, is about to meet the Valiant Universe' greatest hero...Himself!
The can't-miss superhero adventure of 2020 starts here!

  • 9.7
    Comic Watch - Kenneth Bowden Jan 24, 2020

    Doctor Tomorrow is the kind of opening salvo you want for any book, with just enough intrigue and mystery to keep you on the hook mixed with the kind of fun sci-fi and relatability that we read comics for in the first place. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - Zachary Whittaker Feb 11, 2020

    Overall Doctor Tomorrow looks poised to be an interesting addition to Valiant's already rich tapestry of time-travelling tales. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Outright Geekery - John Spillman Feb 15, 2020

    Overall, Doctor Tomorrow #1 is an excellent book. From the the colorful and energetic action scenes to the well-paced and classically structured narrative, it sets and maintains a standard that I hope it carries through each and every issue. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Pastrami Nation - Nolan Smith Feb 16, 2020

    Doctor Tomorrow might just be the hero Valiant needs, and the hero comic shops have been clamoring for. Read Full Review

  • 8.8
    Graphic Policy - Alex K Cossa Jan 26, 2020

    Just because it's an all-ages comic, doesn't mean it's for kids. It means kids can enjoy it along with their parents. This is an exciting, fresh new story from one of the best publishers around. Don't miss what is sure to be one of the must-read books this quarter. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Crusaders - M.R. Jafri Jan 29, 2020

    This debut issue is a promising exploration of a unique legacy hero, one who inherits his powers from his future self. The art and writing in action sequences are dynamic and interesting. Unfortunately things slow down dramatically with discussion of scientific principles and character backgrounds. In trying to drive home scientific theory and focusing on a generic teenage character the action is quickly sacrificed. The hope is that future issues are able to convey characterization and story as part of the action rather than a break from it. The creative team of Alejandro Arbona and Jim Towe is a strong one and what remains to be seen is if the story will become more dynamic as it moves forward in future issues. Read Full Review

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