Robotech Archives Sentinels Volume 1

Robotech Archives Sentinels Volume 1➽ [Reading] ➿ Robotech Archives Sentinels Volume 1 By Tom Mason ➲ – Tbjewellers.co.uk Robotech Archives Sentinels manga volume 1 features story by Chris Ulm and Tommy Mason with art by Jason Waltrip and John Waltrip Titan’s Robotech Archives omnibus series continues with a huge colle Robotech Archives Sentinels Sentinels Volume PDF Î manga volume features story by Chris Ulm and Tommy Mason with art by Jason Waltrip and John Waltrip Titan’s Robotech Archives omnibus series continues with a huge collection of the classic Robotech II The Sentinels comics originally based on classic Jack McKinney novels the stories evolved as the series continued The story takes place ten years after the near destruction of Earth at the hands of the Zentraedi With the Earth having barely survived an apocalypse Robotech Archives PDF/EPUB ² the SDF heads into space on a vital survival mission The SDF manned by the greatest heroes of the Robotech war plus a new generation of warriors heads to the homeworld of the Robotech Masters in order to prevent a second Robotech war But are there worse threats than the Zentraedi.

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Robotech Archives Sentinels Volume 1 PDF/EPUB è
  • Paperback
  • Robotech Archives Sentinels Volume 1
  • Tom Mason
  • 11 January 2015
  • 9781785862977

12 thoughts on “Robotech Archives Sentinels Volume 1

  1. says:

    I grew up watching Robotech in the '80s and though there was a certain weird disconnect between the three parts of the show I nonetheless believed that they were one story and never would have guessed the show was drawn from three different animes That was the power of Carl Macek's plotting and writingNonetheless Robotech Sentinels is a revelation as the story that actually connects the three arcs all together in an ironclad way It truly makes sense of them all and creates a strong chronology underlying the whole Robotech line Unfortunately Harmony Gold sucked at making their own cartoons something they failed at time and time again so we never got this as a cartoon other than a few episodes But we do have Sentinels in book form and mostly in comics This is the startAnd the comic itself is also uite good It feels like Robotech with its strong characters its exciting action and its fast moving story To a certain extent this volume is just the setup but every issue reads uickly and enjoyably Oh and we also get art that though it's BW feels very Robotech tooThe Sentinels comic does fail to mirror two major Robotech elements the space fights just aren't nearly as exciting as what you'd see on the screen and the singing even less so That might be solely a limitation of the comic media but I'm hoping the authors figure out how to deal with these elements better in V2 which I definitely want to read

  2. says:

    Gotta love RobotechLove Robotech but Rick is incredibly whiny He’s presented as a whiny child anxious to get his way Edwards is clearly evil by any standard

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