We will see more of the same from Jenkins once "World War Hulk" begins later this year. I cannot surmise if he will supersede Greg Pak in telling a much grander tale once the dust settles. It would, however, make complete sense. Read Full Review
Jenkins might have got some more mileage out of his self-created characters Sally Floyd and the Sentry with this miniseries, but I can't believe that he's happy with the way it turned out. The story feels stretched-out and thin (this eleventh issue was added at the corresponding hour, after all), the reveal of the pro-registration "traitor" is a non-event, Norman Osborn's involvement in the attack on the Atlanteans is unconvincingly explained away, and the book leaves readers with questions (why did Urich leave his job at the Bugle if he's not going to tell his big story anyway? Why is the Sentry only shown to be registering at the very end of the Civil War, when his allegiance has been common knowledge for some time, and Jenkins has already written a story which dealt with it in The Return? What was the point of this book again?). The biggest disappointment of all is that Front Line has been recommissioned for a second series, to run parallel with Marvel's "World War Hulk" event t Read Full Review
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