Remender wanted to do a Sentry V3,but fuc*ing Hickman said NO.
Well Hickman's run of being the main writer of Marvel will end after Secret Wars. So maybe there is a chance for a Vol. 3? After Secret Wars there won't be any events getting in the way for a Sentry story.
Yeah I agree with all of what you said, with the way he is now he's too powerful to be on Earth. He could probably eliminate any threats to it. But then again I don't think his next point of place is completely away from Earth. After all his objective is to protect the humans from the "cancerous mutants". But I do agree for the majority he will be in space. But I think Earth has many ties for him.
Yeah it would be good to see that fight on panel.
Think of it like something similar to the past Cartoon show Justice League unlimited. The had links to Earth and would counter threats on Earth. Earth was their base of operations, but they would attack threats before it came to Earth. Get what I'm saying?
He won't be too distant from Earth like say... Silver Surfer.
As for the Galactus fight I really want that to be explained.
Hopefully he becomes a hero again. His last appearance in Uncanny Avengers kinda hinted to that. If a writer does use him then I hope they take him seriously and educate themselves on the character.
What I really want is Paul Jenkins to do his Sentry vol 3 like he wanted to do or at least another writer does a Sentry mini. The Sentry is at least a B-list character AT BEST, and so there is no way he should stay in limbo for a long time. Either use him or kill him. I hope not the latter.
But also I do not only want him to become a hero again, but a cosmic hero who is the protector of Earth from galaxy wide threats and believes in the "greater good". The Sentry can not work as a Earth-based hero. He's too powerful for that. This is why the new Ultimates team which is going to be written by Ewing are a cosmic team because there is a lot of heavy hitters on that team.
The Sentry is a big heavy hitter and needs to be a cosmic hero again. Maybe touch base on him fighting Galactus?
But I read that article about chicago and it was a good idea. In a mostly black city, they took an abandoned school and rented out individual classrooms to small business owners. Retail space be rented for $300-2,000 month in my area. These classrooms were $100 a month. I know of 4 businesses that out grew those rooms and are now legitimate businesses in Cleveland. Not the same as what they're doing in Chicago but it's giving black businesses a chance to build their business with low overhead
@king_stranglehold_da_first: Amazin Amie is arguably the nicest white girl from head to toe. Jessica Kylie is bad too. Dont' know if she qualifies as white. This is my current favorite AA girl. THis is her instagram name. Tell me what you think ILLY.IL
@king_stranglehold_da_first: Barbershops and salons are the two biggest successful business in the black community. And there both services..
IMO that service is over saturated. On the four corner of my street... no exaggeration there are SEVEN beauty salons/barber shops. and small black owned restaurants exist also. IMO, people expect black people to do hair and nails. Where are the black businesses that fix electronics? Do income taxes? Tutor kids in algebra? I think they could flourish in my area
Agreed 100% bro.
There should be more black businesses like fixing cars. Anyways did you see my post to another poster about the middle class blacks in Chicago and how their trying to make profit off their culture? I think black people should do that. Harlem should have been a special attraction to see black culture like jazz and whatnot, but black profiting.