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SENTINELS #3: ECHOES (Nov 2005) Drumfish Productions

cover:  Luciano Vecchio
Rich Bernatovech
SENTINELS #3: ECHOES
Date: Nov 2005
Cover Price:  $14.95
Publisher: drumfishproductions.com

Description
Featuring TWO George Perez pin ups.
Released 9 November 2005.

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    "Echoes" (216 pgs) 
    writer:  Rich Bernatovech
    art:  Luciano Vecchio
    Rich Bernatovech
    colors:  N/A
    letters:  N/A
    editor:  N/A
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    In 2003, CBR News brought you word of a new superhero project, "Sentinels," that stood out for two main reasons: the writer worked for the New York Times newspaper and the story of this super-team was to be told in original graphic novel format. "Sentinels" debuted to a strong response from fans, making writer Rich Bernatovech a regular fixture at the conventions and creating a lot of buzz for subsequent volumes. As 2007 begins, fans await the March-shipping "Sentinels Book 4: Hope," which concludes the tale by Bernatovech and artist Luciano Vecchio. The fourth volume will wrap up all the major plot threads, while also introducing some elements for perhaps future tales, though Bernatovech & Vecchio weren't about to give away any details. The duo were, however, happy to speak with CBR News about "Sentinels" and the feeling of finishing a four-year-long project.

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    News: Review of Sentinels #3

    November 19, 2005 11:52 pm
     From Marcus Mebes
    Sentinels Book 3: Echoes
    by Rich Bernatovech and Luciano Vecchio


    SENTINELS #3: ECHOES (Nov 2005)
    Drumfish Productions
    The increase in quality in production values and aesthetics for this series seem to be on a crash course. What I mean is: in the three issues we've seen so far of SENTINELS, it has evolved from a quality first effort of a publishing ingenue to a high-class, stylish, avant-garde book that deserves to be taken very seriously.

    The impressive spectacle that is the cover showcases the myriad variety of characters and story, beckoning the reader invitingly to dive right in. The characters have evolved, and Luciano's and Rich's artistic skills have evolved as well. The art itself is more fluid and stylish, and the characters themselves have grown. They are not the run-of-the-mill static characters; wearing the same uniform day-in and day-out. Their costumes changes, their outfits change... hairdos change, relationships change... mirroring real-life.

    This story brings to a close--or so we're led to believe at the onset--several dangling plot threads from the first two books. Mind you: this is a BOOK, not a comic. It's a graphic novel, the size and breadth of an epic tale. Sin and Gospel's bittersweet reunion, Rapture and Templar's lust/hate relationship, the children of Firebomb, Splash, Serpenta... it seems that the generational links are key in this series, and it is starkly apparent by the time you finish this book. Not since Marv Wolfman and George Pérez began working together to spin the twisted, interwoven tales of the Titans have I enjoyed a plot so much. The first two books lead us to believe that they're just a bunch of random events... adventures that these superheroes go on.

    But the repercussions of those events all come to a head in this issue; convoluting the plot and bringing it to a roiling boil. I fully thought that the series could end with this book until I got to the last two or three pages; and now I'm left hanging by my fingernails; breathlessly awaiting what's to come.

    Luciano's pencils -- adeptly inked by Rich -- evoke so much emotion that I actually felt myself drawn into the characters' lives. The art evokes so much feeling that it's like watching an Imax movie or even being a part of the story. There's a page that shows the characters relaxing after their horrible ordeals... where two of them are seen from above, sitting by a koi pond. The water ripples and the swimming fish are so well-rendered that they seem to break the "fourth-wall" and let the reader catch a secret glimpse into a special moment in the characters' lives.

    I thoroughly recommend this series. If you're a fan of the Pacesetter, George Pérez has again contributed some magnificent art to this issue's gallery. GO GET IT!

    Marcus Mébes
    production editor: PACESETTER

    News: Sentinels #3 Released

    November 12, 2005 07:58 pm
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    SENTINELS #3: ECHOES (Nov 2005)
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    According to the shipping list at www.diamondcomics.com, Sentinels Book 3: Echoes came out on November 9th.

    News: Sentinels #3 Features Pérez Two Pin-Ups

    July 06, 2005 12:43 pm
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    SENTINELS #3: ECHOES (Nov 2005)
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    SERPENTA (2005)
    art by Pérez, published in SENTINELS #3 (Nov 2005)
    Sentinels Book 3: ECHOES will be out in November. Featuring two pin-up by George Perez!

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    Take a look at the incredible cover for Sentinels Book 3: Echoes and some pin-up preview art at the Previews section! We'll have a release date soon!

    -Rich

    >>>
    Sentinels Book 3: Echoes Update!
    PostPosted: Thu Apr 07, 2005 10:01 pm

    I haven't been on in a few weeks and thought I'd post and say how Book 3 is coming along.

    We have seven chapters (of eight) pencilled.

    Two chapters are inked and one is completely finished with lettering and grayscale.

    We still hope to have everything done by the end of the summer and should be able to solicate the book through Diamond soon.

    I'm really eager to get this book out, because a lot of things happen in this one. Many things are explained and there is a real sense of everything coming together. Plus Rapture is one twisted woman. lol.

    But most of all, Luciano's art is incredible! I just got 4 pages from him and they blew me away. It's a really touching scene that might just make somebody cry. I don't mean to tease, but it's a really well drawn scene.

    We're working hard. It won't be much longer now.

    Hope everyone is well!
    -Rich

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