Sentinel #8

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 Oct 31, 2003

    After the first arc acted to establish the premise, and the first issue of this second arc acted to set up the new status quo, this issue marks the first time that Juston and his Sentinel are really called upon to accomplish a heroic task, and while the book needs to establish a better reason why Juston didn't attempt the easy solution of using his massive robotic ally to make an easily accessed exit from the sinking craft, I will concede that the simple fact that he didn't does make that final sequence far more exciting as we see the government agents arrive, and act to prove that Juston's control over the Sentinel isn't nearly as sound as he had thought it was. There's also the simple fact that while the Sentinel is busy dealing with his attackers, the plane with it's cast of characters are slowly sinking to their deaths. In fact if nothing else I have to say I was quite impressed by how quickly Sean McKeever was able to make me care about what happens to these characters, as they ar Read Full Review

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