Sentinel #3

Writer: Sean McKeever Artist: Vriens, Heilig, Hepburn, Vedder Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 1, 2003

    It's good to see things are starting to pick up speed as we get a pretty strong hint that the Sentinel has some of its darker programming still active, and as such it's rather dangerous for Juston to be messing about with it, let alone actively helping it put itself back together. Now simple logic would seem to suggest that the Sentinel is going to form a friendship with Juston, as this book would be rather short-lived if it vaporized him, but I do like the fact that Sean McKeever isn't shying away from the fact that this creature was built to hunt down & capture/kill mutants. As for the material away from the Sentinel, I like the fact that Juston's obsession with rebuilding this robot is actively damaging his relationships with his family & friends, and I also appreciate the idea that Juston is allowed to come across as a bit of a jerk, and that there is a very real question brought up on the final page regarding what Juston plans will be once he does get the robot activated. His atte Read Full Review

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