The Black Dragon

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Simon & Schuster, 1991 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
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Tom Swift, a brilliant young inventor-adventurer, must use his new skyboard to battle attack robots, laser weaponry, and an evil mastermind when his best friend is abducted by a mad scientific genius, the Black Dragon.

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Tom's pal kidnapped, as usual boy. Why not a girl, sister, new girlfriend Many Coster (what happened to Phyllis Newton?), for a change? Rick Brant rescued both of his bound and gagged in The Electronic Mind Reader.

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Tom Swift was a long-running series of novelettes for teens with science fiction and adventure themes. The central character, Tom, is a teenage genius and explorer, and many of his futuristic ... Read full review

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