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To Be A Hero launches 10th July
« on: 25 June, 2021, 10:35:44 AM »
Hi there

The nest issue of Sentinel comic is called "To Be A Hero". It's a 64 page single story comic written by ALan Holloway and drawn by Andrew Richmond.

Whilst it's the first stab at superheroes by the publication, they're confident it is like no hero story you've ever read before, because why bother doing one otherwise!

Combining the aesthetic of Starblazer with classic Jack Kirby sensibilities and modern storytelling, this one is poised to be the most popular yet.

Oh, and there's a neat Mike Collins limited variant cover, too








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Re: To Be A Hero launches 10th July
« Reply #1 on: 10 July, 2021, 05:14:03 PM »
And were LIVE!

Super proud of this one, a wholly original (and fun) take on superheroes, from just £2.00

The first six pages are on the Kickstarter page, plus you can get a watercolor commission from the amazing Andrew Richmond for a cheap ass price.

Sharing on social media can make a BIG difference, so I'd really appreciat anyone who does this.

Cheers

Hi there, Sentineleers!

Issue 8, the wholly orginal and (dare we say) brilliant new take on the superhero genre is now LIVE on Kickstarter.
To be A Hero is illustrated by Sentinel new lad Andrew Richmond, and boy does he knock it out of the park!
Please, if you back or not just sharing it on social media can make SO MUCH difference to a small indie book.

Thyanks in advance, here's the link:  [url]http://kck.st/3yKLlh2]Hi there, Sentineleers!

Issue 8, the wholly orginal and (dare we say) brilliant new take on teh superhero genre is now LIVE on Kickstarter.
To be A Hero is illustrated by Sentinel new lad Andrew Richmond, and boy does he knock it out of the park!
Please, if you back or not just sharing it on social media can make SO MUCH difference to a small indie book.

Thyanks in advance, here's the link: [url]Hi there, Sentineleers!

Issue 8, the wholly orginal and (dare we say) brilliant new take on the superhero genre is now LIVE on Kickstarter.
To be A Hero is illustrated by Sentinel new lad Andrew Richmond, and boy does he knock it out of the park!
Please, if you back or not just sharing it on social media can make SO MUCH difference to a small indie book.

Thyanks in advance, here's the link:  [url]http://kck.st/3yKLlh2


Cheers, Sentineleers!

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Re: To Be A Hero launches 10th July
« Reply #2 on: 10 July, 2021, 07:50:29 PM »
Something went wrong with your linkage there!

I'll give it a look - enjoyed what I've had so far!

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Re: To Be A Hero launches 10th July
« Reply #3 on: 10 July, 2021, 07:57:00 PM »
Backed. Sentinel hasn't let me down yet.

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Re: To Be A Hero launches 10th July
« Reply #4 on: 11 July, 2021, 01:32:03 AM »

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Re: To Be A Hero launches 10th July
« Reply #5 on: 21 July, 2021, 02:11:55 PM »
Nearly funded, take a look if you haven't already, it really is a GREAT issue!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sentinelcomic/sentinel-a-brillaint-64-page-single-story-comic?ref=project_link

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Re: To Be A Hero launches 10th July
« Reply #6 on: 26 July, 2021, 01:29:43 PM »
Latest review from Chrono Cat creator Stu Perrins:

'Issue Eight of Sentinel is a masterclass in fun, inventive, exciting, kick ass comic book story telling that reads like a cross between Mark Millar's Superior and peak era Pat Mills. It's the kind of book that makes comic creators like me green with envy.'

Now funded, but still a couple of weeks to back!