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Kicking off an all-new miniseries bringing you two “classic” silver-age tales of the Sentry at the birth of the Marvel Age! When the Golden Guardian is critically injured, Scout, Lindy Lee and Watchdog have to travel back in time to learn exactly how Rob Reynolds became THE SENTRY. They must learn the secrets to save our hero – so he can save the world! PLUS: When the Tinkerer and the Mad Thinker team up to create a device capable of stealing the Sentry's powers, they only have one obstacle on their path to world domination. The parasitic beam takes HOURS to work! What evil scheme will keep the Sentry in place long enough to destroy him? Don't miss the breathtaking tale of monsters and mayhem!

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A Nostalgic Adventure 0

When I first saw a preview for this, I didn't have a strong desire to actually read it.  I don't mind the Sentry.  I know there are some that really despise him (much like they despise Superman too).  The problem with the Sentry is he's too powerful and it's just hard to write the character without him finishing the fight within seconds (like he did with Carnage).  What we have here is a miniseries that goes back to the golden age.  I have to say it was a fun comic.  Jeff Parker and Paul Tobin ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A Book That Should NEVER Have Been Made 0

What a waste of Nick Dragotta's talent.  This story is garbage, a blatant xeroxing of 60s Superman comics, and for what?  Marvel is constantly claiming that Sentry is NOT the Marvel Superman, and yet they go and put this out.  It's not fun, funny, clever, or cute, but tired, cliche, boring, and rehashed.  Nick Dragotta's style has morphed somewhat from his cartoony Mike Allred-esque style, and it's fantastic.  A shame, though, that he's doing such good work on a book who's destiny is to fester i...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Age of the Sentry #1 review 0

Well, I'm a fan of Silver age comics as well as Sentry and I was looking foward to the idea of Sentry's Silver age past being somewhat finally done. Well, originally from the plot that I heard off of it was COMPLETELY different it involved time travel how he fell in love with some egyption queen and such my mind is kind of foggy.  Well onto the comic itself.... it's rather enjoyable and it has the good ol' silver age art and feel to it. I really would wish the series would get more is...

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