Sentinel #9

Writer: Sean McKeever Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 10, 2003

    A somewhat disappointing conclusion to this latest arc, as the plot of the survivors inside the plane seems to lose the sense of urgency that it managed to build in the opening chapters, and instead becomes a rather conventional bit of storytelling where there's little doubt of survival. The material playing outside the plan is also a bit weak, as the government agents never come across as all that dangerous, as the Sentinel looks to have a pretty easy time of handling them, with the only real moment of doubt come in the form of how far it is willing to go to deal with this threat. Still the sense of panic that is felt by Juston when his Sentinel looks to be drawing from other programming is well presented, and the final pages of this issue do a nice job of delivering an unexpected shock, as we see Juston's attempt to share his secret is brought to a crashing halt by a moment that insures I'll be coming back for the next issue. The lack of trust that now exists between Juston and his S Read Full Review

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