@vance_astro: Dude, just stop. I can interpret comics however I want to. We obviously saw two different things happening in that issue and I'm fine with that. You aren't an authority on comics. Stop trying to tell me what happened.
@vance_astro: Yeah, cause there are actually facts in comics. (<--- sarcasm) Thor has taken great effort in cracking a celestials armor, but then in a an annual was shown casually taking one out. In turn the Celestials melted the Destroyer armor filled with the energies of Odin and all asgard like it was nothing, but easily gets cleaved in two by the apocalypse twins in Uncanny Avengers #10. Thor has been shown driving back Galactus and then jobbing to freaking mongoose. It's called comics are incredibly inconsistent. Sentry may not have been showing any reaction to Thor's hit's but with each one, more and more of the Void was being revealed, showing Thor was inflicting damage and when Thor finally gave him the last hit, it wasn't Bob Reynold's tentacles flailing about. Human's don't have tentacles, at least not the human's I've seen. It was the Void's. Thor KILLED the Void. Bob simply chose to stay dead. That is how I interpret the final issue of Siege and I use the word "Interpret" because comics are art through and through and all art is open to interpretation.