And of course, much like Civil War, yours makes far more sense with the continuity.
Thanks, I needed this.
Thank you thank you thank you. This was a fantastic way to start the morning.
That last panel has note-perfect Bendis dialogue.
Steve Rogers reaction was the winner for me here
I never paid attention to the Sentry, so all the posting about this Rogue bullshit is my first inkling about his love life. Did he really fuck his way through every geek fantasy in the Marvel Universe?
I don’t read “event” books unless I can pick them up in quarter bins at shows so I’m might be out of the loop on this one, but is Susan supposed to look 14 in the first panel there, or is that someone else?
Man, I’ve missed these photoshopped comics! It’s just too bad that the recent stuff coming out from Marvel & DC is so bad, it can’t be improved on.
When the main reaction to the latest SHOCKING! event is sheer apathy, that’s a sure sign you’ve already lost most of your audience. Sadly, I don’t see this changing anytime soon.
I would’ve liked more pages of Sentry “Bob” (last name?) Bashing, but I’ll take my jollies where I can get ‘em.
@John: It is Susan, she normally looks older though. Bad art – see also Johnny’s rubber face.
Sentry “Bob” (last name?)
Reynolds. Robert Reynolds.
I Should Write the Sentry. You’ve just proven yourself to Geoff Johns, I mean Dan DiDio, I mean Joe Quesada. I think Marvel really wants you to have a go at it next time they bring the character back.
INFINTLY beeter than the actual page.
Ha. Say, it’s no wonder that DareDevil seems to have a headache seeing as how his head is so bizarrely shaped right there. Seriously, look where his head goes up to. It’s like he’s growing a super-brain.
That’s not Daredevil, that’s the Leader in a Daredevil mask! Because what the hell, it still makes more sense than anyone giving a crap about Sentry.
Also, as one of the people who asked for this, thank you! (Now I don’t have to buy the original.)
One more thing: I just realized where the Herbert’s reference came from.
but why was Rogue there? She isn’t magical. Must have been a two-fer.
The gravestone should read:
Here lies Bob Sentry
Born: Conveniently Ambiguous
Died: Conveniently Ambiguous
I haven’t read this, and I don’t think I really want to. I don’t think I’ve come across a single complimentary word about this story on the internet.
I still don’t know what exactly was supposed to have happened with Bob and Rogue, but it sure has upset a lot of people.
does anyone think Cap has a mouthful of food in that last frame? It looks like he’s eating something.
I’m pretty sure that’s Johnny Storm, not Cap. But yes, he looks like he’s still eating that Herbert’s taco.
I read this piece of crap last night after seeing MGK’s take. MGK’s is infinitely better. As for the original, burning is too good for it.
So they’re all in Texas?
@Mary, well, like I said, I haven’t read it, but what I gather is that Rouge implies that she and Sentry were intimate.
It’s upsetting fans of Rouge because her inability to touch people has been the focus of story since she joined the X-Men (her power manifested during her first kiss, putting her boyfriend in a coma). So, retconning a physical relationship into her past as a throw-away scene in a crap one-shot about a crap character like the Sentry (who was married) to show 1. how special he was (since he could touch her when no one else could) and 2. how much everyone will miss him (no more booty-calls for Rouge!) is seen as a bit disrespectful to Rouge’s character.
Yes, that is horribly disrespectful to the character, even worse than calling her ‘Rouge’.
Sorry. I hope that didn’t sound mean. I’ve just been getting annoyed by that misspelling lately. I keep seeing it everywhere.
The X-Men live in San Francisco. Mexican food there is awful.
I live here now. No, it isn’t.
Silly, random. But I don’t get the title. What was asked for?
Pixie Child, see the comments in this post.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
May Mustard Boy never live again.
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