Sentinel #6

Writer: Sean McKeever Artist: UDON Vriens, Heilig, Hepburn, Vedder, Hou, Yan, Yeung Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 12, 2003

    The final chapter of the opening arc manages to accomplish exactly what one would hopes it would, as Juston makes use of the Sentinel in a rather clever manner to fix his problems at school, and while his plan is a success, we see in the aftermath he is left with some serious doubts about whether he's made the situation better. Now I will confess I didn't see the surprise twist coming, though now that I think about it I really should've, as it's not like Sean McKeever has unleashed a plot device that hasn't been done before. Still, I'll give the book full credit for managing to catch me off guard, and the plan does resolve Juston's problems in an rather unique fashion, with the added bonus that he's now the town hero. Now the idea that the people wouldn't recognize the attacking robot was a Sentinel was a bit curious, but I'll concede that perhaps the extraordinary events that play out in Manhattan might not be public knowledge in the small community the Juston calls home. In any event Read Full Review

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