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The Sentry #3 of 5

Paul Jenkins // Jae Lee
November 2000
*****

None of Marvel’s original heroes recognize this Superman riff except the Hulk (a tender, lovely scene). Yet the Sentry’s okay with this—preternaturally so, which gives his tale a dreamlike tone. 36 more words

Mr. Fantastic

The Sentry #2 of 5

Paul Jenkins // Jae Lee
October 2000
*****

A cult gem in Marvel’s early ’00s brush w/ experimentalism. Jenkins’ Sentry also debuts the company’s decade-long obsession w/ the ‘spliced retcon’. 51 more words

Captain America

Preview: Turok: Dinosaur Hunter #12

Turok: Dinosaur Hunter #12

Greg Pak, Paul Tobin (w)
Felipe Cunha, Ruairi Coleman (a)
Bart Sears (c)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+ 115 more words

Comics

The Sentry #1 of 5

Paul Jenkins // Jae Lee
September 2000
****

A strange ‘adult’ comic from Marvel’s Knights imprint. Framed as a sad sack battling depression (‘the Void’) & alcoholism, the protag’s delusion of Silver-Age superheroics is revealed as reality in the final panel. 30 more words

Sentry

Preview: Django/Zorro #4

Django / Zorro #4

Quentin Tarantino, Matt Wagner (w)
Esteve Polls (a)
Jae Lee, Francesco Francavilla, Marc Laming (c)
Fans & retailers, order the cover of your choice! 139 more words

Comics

Fish talk

Last night we got our first look at  Jason Momoa as Aquaman courtesy of director Zack Snyder: And I have to admit, ut does look better than what I was expecting. 15 more words

MOVIES

Preview: Terminal Hero #6

Terminal Hero #6

Peter Milligan (w)
Piotr Kowalski (a)
Jae Lee (c)
FC • 32 pages • $2.99 • Mature

Last issue! Rory Fletcher has come face to face with the dangerous Mia and Minesh and now he must overcome the strange worlds that their awful drug-addicted powers create. 104 more words

Comics