Ultimately, the basic premise that the Void and the Sentry are two sides of the same coin is such a simple concept to exploit that Im surprised that it can be fluffed like this. Im interested to see what kind of conclusion the book is leading up to - and whether Jenkins can make the Sentry work as an ongoing character in the Marvel Universe - but the final page of this issue is so inconclusive and open to interpretation that its difficult to know exactly whats really going on any more, to the extent that its unclear just how much of the series has even been real." I hope that the Sentry and the Void dont remain separate entities for long, as the duality of Reynolds dark and light sides is one of the most compelling and unique traits that the character has going for him. However, the complicated revelations of the characters origins and the overwritten psychobabble of this issue is so overplayed that its debatable whether Id really want to see this internal conflict played Read Full Review
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