Age of Sentry #4

Age of Sentry #4

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VERY VINE/NEAR MINT
Written by JEFF PARKER & PAUL TOBIN, Penciled by NICK DRAGOTTA & RAMON ROSANAS, Cover by DAVE BULLOCK
What happens when our hero takes a good long look in the mirror...and sees The Golden Age Sentry! PLUS, It's an invasion! No---not that kind of invasion; it's a British music invasion. But the dance party grinds to a sudden halt when the Crick-Hits are kidnapped, and it's all tunnels lead to Rome as the Golden Guardian of good teams up with the Blonde Phantom journeying deep within the Earth to do battle against a seemingly unstoppable army of monsters and their rather tyrannical leader, Marvel presents a story we just had to call--- "I Wanna Hold Your Band!"
Date Available: 12/17/2008
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

So far, I’ve loved this series, though each issue has been worse then the one before, and the trend continues here. If you haven’t checked it out, this comic, I think, is a tongue-in-cheek look back at the comics from the 60’s, from the larger Comic Code Authority stamp to the reference to the Beatles inside. I say, “I think”, because the comic grips on old standbys for “humor”, and doesn’t let go. For instance, when The Blonde Phantom complains that everyone just remarks about how pretty she is, it’s not really funny…it just seems to make sense. So stating the obvious is funny? With the general lack of humor comes bland stories; the first story seems to have been cut short, like a page was missing, and the 2nd story was typical of some of the stories I hated in the 60’s…where mystery is substituted for real tension. Hopefully the comic will soon get back on track to the first couple issues, with it’s Alan Moore feel…at least, I hope so.
I give it 4 out of 10 Grahams
VERY VINE/NEAR MINT
Written by JEFF PARKER & PAUL TOBIN, Penciled by NICK DRAGOTTA & RAMON ROSANAS, Cover by DAVE BULLOCK
What happens when our hero takes a good long look in the mirror...and sees The Golden Age Sentry! PLUS, It's an invasion! No---not that kind of invasion; it's a British music invasion. But the dance party grinds to a sudden halt when the Crick-Hits are kidnapped, and it's all tunnels lead to Rome as the Golden Guardian of good teams up with the Blonde Phantom journeying deep within the Earth to do battle against a seemingly unstoppable army of monsters and their rather tyrannical leader, Marvel presents a story we just had to call--- "I Wanna Hold Your Band!"
Date Available: 12/17/2008
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

So far, I’ve loved this series, though each issue has been worse then the one before, and the trend continues here. If you haven’t checked it out, this comic, I think, is a tongue-in-cheek look back at the comics from the 60’s, from the larger Comic Code Authority stamp to the reference to the Beatles inside. I say, “I think”, because the comic grips on old standbys for “humor”, and doesn’t let go. For instance, when The Blonde Phantom complains that everyone just remarks about how pretty she is, it’s not really funny…it just seems to make sense. So stating the obvious is funny? With the general lack of humor comes bland stories; the first story seems to have been cut short, like a page was missing, and the 2nd story was typical of some of the stories I hated in the 60’s…where mystery is substituted for real tension. Hopefully the comic will soon get back on track to the first couple issues, with it’s Alan Moore feel…at least, I hope so.
I give it 4 out of 10 Grahams
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