Sentinel #10

Writer: Sean McKeever Artist: UDON, #039, s Vriens, Heilig, Hepburn, Vedder Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 10, 2003

    This is probably the most engaging issue this series has offered up thus far as Sean McKeever offers a fairly busy chapter, and there's a fair bit of plot advancement to take in. I mean the Sentinel looks to be on the verge of becoming a mutant hunting machine beyond Juston's ability to control, and if I had to guess I imagine Chris mysterious malady is an emerging mutant ability, which will bring Juston into direct conflict with the creature. It's also nice to see the CSA Agents are being presented as fairly effective in their pursuit of the Sentinel, even if their effectiveness is largely due to the rather silly oversight that Juston didn't realize that the Sentinel's footprints are pretty hard to miss, and ridiculously easy to follow. Still, having the lead CSA agent so quick to seemingly put two and two together when it comes to Juston's connection to the Sentinel was an unexpected development, and I can't wait to see how this scene plays out in the next issue. The scenes that cent Read Full Review

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