Review: Back To The Future #18

TWO SECONDS!


My thoughts on the latest issue of Back To The Future

 

 
After the madness of the last time-traveling adventure, we get a slower issue here. In this story, Doc Brown is recounting a story across time which features him and his son. Taking a young boy from the past (our past) and taking him to the future (our future) doesn’t seem the best thing to do, and in fact, Doc Brown doesn’t mean to take him.
This issue serves as bit of relationship advice and has some interesting back and forths between the Professor and Doc Brown. This looks like it’s going to continue, so I wonder where it will go!
 

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