She's Identity Girl!

Well, maybe not.

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I assume it's a young Captain Janeway.

Awesome.

It's an interesting premise. I wonder what they have in store for us.

The Avengers get lost in the Delta Quadrant, and spend seven years getting back to Earth?

Randy Jackson said:

It's an interesting premise. I wonder what they have in store for us.

Whatever happened to Sentry?

He's currently being used in Doctor Strange.

Jeff of Earth-J said:

Whatever happened to Sentry?

So, still around then. This "Voyager" seems to be very similar to Sentry in concept. Makes me wonder why they didn't just use Sentry. Perhaps the story will evolve in such a way thet they need a [previously unknown] character with a blank slate, but using Sentry, a character I never really accepted as canon,  would have helped cement him in continuity.

To be honest, I don't know of anyone who actually likes the Sentry.

I liked the original Sentry concept, of a hero nobody remembers. I bought the TPB collection of those first stories. I was surprised (shouldn't have been) that they brought the character back in one form or another. I haven't read any Sentry stories since that first appearance. Doesn't sound like I've missed much.

DC did the "forgotten hero" bit, too, with Tomorrow Woman and Triumph. In addition to Sentry, I've heard there was a similar forgotten hero story in some Avengers title in the last decade or so that I haven't read.

I'm not a terribly big fan of Sentry myself. My thought was, if the plot calls for a "fogotten hero", why not use the one they already have (and do it right) rather than creating another one? We're only twpo chapters in; maybe there's something coming up that would preclude that.

You might be thinking of Avenger X from a year ago.  One of the few recent Marvel comics that I've read and I don't remember a thing about it.



Captain Comics said:

DC did the "forgotten hero" bit, too, with Tomorrow Woman and Triumph. In addition to Sentry, I've heard there was a similar forgotten hero story in some Avengers title in the last decade or so that I haven't read.

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