Sentinel #2

Writer: Sean McKeever Artist: UDON, Eric Vedder, Joe Vriens, Scott Hepburn Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 15, 2003

    This issue isn't exactly breaking the mold, but it's also not doing anything to drive me away either, as Sean McKeever has crafted a pretty solid cast, and the Sentinel makes for a nice element building in the background that should turn our protagonist's world upside-down. Now I will concede that the early issues are a bit predictable, as we know where the book is heading long before it gets there, and Sean McKeever is rather fond of using plot elements that have been used many times before. This in turn results in the ever familiar scene where our hero is targeted by the school bullies. Still, the main character is extremely likable, and the story does manage to convey the age of the character quite nicely, as he's nice & awkward around his beloved Jessie, and the idea that he would actually venture back into the work shed to investigate the massive robot is a nicely realized moment. I also like the personalities that Sean McKeever has given his cast, as they all bring a different el Read Full Review

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