My all-time favorite sci-fi/fantasy/comedy film is the original Back To The Future starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd.
I love the entire Back To The Future Trilogy of films, but the original is my favorite.
There’s something fascinating about the story of a teenage boy in 1985 traveling back it time to 1955, meeting his parents when they were in high school and attempting to ignite their romance so he and his siblings don’t cease to exist.
There’s lots of action, excitement, comedy and most of all edge-of-your-seat suspense.
Quirk Books and illustrator Kim Smith present a POP Classics version of the Back To the Future.
Readers both old and young will get a kick out the cartoon adaptation of the ultimate time travel movie.
The illustrations are spot-on and beautifully done.
The story is abbreviated but still retains the flavor of the original film.
It makes for a heartfelt trip down Memory Lane albeit with a 21st century twist.