The Sentry #3 continues to impress with its compelling characters, self-aware story, and excellent artwork. It’s a messy web of damaged people ruining each other’s lives, and it’s engaging as all hell. This one earns a recommendation. Give it a read.
Interestingly enough, I finished reading this issue just before I spotted this review.
Bias aside — since I’m already a huge fan of the character — The Sentry’s series might be one of the best, most intriguing books Marvel is putting out right now. Lemire has done an incredible job keeping Sentry’s confusing, convoluted backstory under control while reintroducing him to the Marvel U and energizing the character with a great contemporary story.
I’m looking forward to seeing how he wraps up this first Sentry World arc.