A former Avenger has gone rogue and even the combined might of Marvel Comics' premier superhero team can't subdue him.
Sentry undergoes a massive transformation that completely changes everything we know about the hero.
We finally give Marvel's blatant Superman rip-off, Sentry, the due he so rightfully deserves!
Sentry #2 reveals the identity of Sentry World’s attacker, but it’s not as simple as the first issue might have led you to believe.
The Sentry #1 takes a lesson from action film John Wick about how to compel its protagonist into action.
A fight in the first issue of The Sentry calls back to one of the most brutal bouts in all of Marvel Comics history.
Misty Knight is an agent for a new organization called the Aberrant Crimes Division, but what is the division’s goal and who’s running the show?
Sentry writer Jeff Lemire chats about the hero's divided psyche, the worlds he'll visit, and the Marvel icons that guest star in the first arc.
A preview for The Sentry #1 by Jeff Lemire and Kim Jacinto looks to re-establish Robert Reynolds' supporting cast of Scout, Watchdog and Sentress.
Jeff Lemire and Kim Jacinto will kick off a new Sentry series in June as part of Marvel's 'Fresh Start' lineup.
Following "Civil War" #3's example, CBR looks at ten other examples of hero-on-hero crime where the stakes were so high murder was the only option.
CBR spoke with co-writer Jeff Parker about September's "Age of the Sentry" mini-series which chronicles unrevealed tales of the Avenger while revering and satirizing Silver Age style storytelling.
Augie talks about the high prices of comics and what they might mean for the future. Is it a natural cycle? Could a radical shift in publishing formats result? Also, a review of "Studio Space" and possible Sentry plot lines for "Avengers" fans.