Siege Epilogue: Fallen Son #1
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Siege Epilogue: Fallen Son #1

Event\Storyline: Siege Writer: Paul Jenkins Artist: Tom Raney Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: May 12, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
6.2Critic Rating
6.2User Rating

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza May 12, 2010

    Was it necessary to read "Siege" #4 before this? I don't think so. This book is independent enough to be understood and enjoyed regardless of the event it is tied to. Mention is made of the events in "Siege," and closure is given to a great deal of the outstanding elements therein, but this issue seems as though it will stand the test of time. I would hazard a guess a re-read of this comic will be just as poignant six months from now as today when it hit the stands. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Bill Janzen May 14, 2010

    Overall, The Sentry: Fallen Sun had some strong points but was not what it could have been. As for me, I think I'll stick to rereading the phenomenal original Sentry mini-series again, and leave this one on the comic store shelves. Read Full Review

  • 5.8
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen May 12, 2010

    Tom Raney was a sensible choice of artist for this book, considering he collaborated with Jenkins on Civil War: The Return. But much like the script, Raney's work is dull and mostly lifeless. His characters look sad, but none of the panels are framed in such a way as to make me feel their emotional torment. Though both Jenkins and Tom Raney have a history with Sentry, neither manage to turn in a truly memorable or worthy sendoff for the hero. I'm glad Marvel attempted this story. I just wish they had found a better way to execute it. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis May 26, 2010

    The issue does whats its supposed to do. It offers readers many viewpoints on a troubled character that was an enigma for many. Ok scratch that. The issue should have been about offering readers many viewpoints on a troubled character. What we got here was all positive viewpoints and nothing about the crazy lunatic that resuscitated his wife and locked her in a cell in tower. The only explanation for this book was that Jenkins was trying to salvage the character he had created and that was changed by Brian Bendis in the New Avengers. There are hints that well see more of the Sentry but thats left opened ended. Read Full Review

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