The Sentry. Some people love him, some people hate him. Personaly I've always really enjoyed the character, and I didn't at all mind Bendis' writing of him. But it is Jenkins who by far writes the best Sentry, the true Sentry. This unique, original and compeling graphic novel is one of the finest I've ever read. It's a brilliant story, only rivaled by the fantastic, edgey, atmospheric art work. The individual issues featuring Spiderman, X-Men etc do slow the plot down a wee bit, but overall, the highly imaginative story of this interesting and complex character make this truely a gem. Some say that Sentry is Marvel's ripoff of Superman, that seems ridiculous once you have read this book. Other than possessing incredible power, there is nothing the same about Sentry and Superman. With this graphic novel, Jenkins and co have pulled off something truely original, often rare in the world of superhero comics. This is a must read for all graphic novel fans, particularly for those who have disliked Bendis' Sentry.