Sentinel #5

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 Aug 14, 2003

    This issue essentially acts as the launching platform for what will presumably be the direction that Sean McKeever plans on taking this book, as the events of the next issue will give us a far better look at how serious minded this book plans on being. As it stand this issue acts as a pretty solid display of how the constant torment of Juston can transform him from a fairly easygoing kid into a rather fearsome creation, and I couldn't help but notice this transformation reflected by the cover, as if one was new to this book one could easily believe the cover was showing us a villain. The idea that Juston might very well have sent the Sentinel to kill the two bullies is also a pretty weighty idea, and even if he's merely sent it to give them a good scare, one has to imagine that the headlines are going to read giant robot attacks a school full of children, which is sure to draw the attention from people that Juston probably won't want in his life. After a slow build up this issue's fin Read Full Review

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