Sentry #4

Writer: Paul Jenkins Artist: John Romita Jr. Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Who is the most powerful: the mightiest human being in the world, or the man who keeps him sane? That's the question that faces Doctor Cornelius Worth, who has the unfortunate distinction of being the Sentry's psychiatrist. Pressured by government agents, by himself, by the weight of expectation to control the Sentry and keep the Void in check, Worth worries about his own stress levels -- his personal life is completely unraveling. Is he truly important, or just a meaningless cog in the grand scheme of things?

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    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Jan 5, 2006

    Fans of the Sentry will enjoy this book more than usual and be relieved that Paul Jenkins looks to be building on old story threads towards something big, but to be honest, theres probably not much here to pull any casual readers into the title. Whats more, Jenkins seems to be beginning more of an over-arching story with this issue, as it doesnt provide the kind of self-contained tale which made the first three issues more accessible to new readers. That said, its a solid installment which gives me some confidence for the second half of the mini and - as a fan of the character - Im eager to see where Jenkins takes this. Read Full Review

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