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> > Just give the Sentry a break, or if you're not prepared to then don't complain about him. End of.
> Uh, why? Because it bothers you?
> For the record, i really think the Sentry would be better off in his own little continuity corner; trying to weave him into the backstory of the Marvel Universe just doesn't work all that well for all sorts of reasons. More to the point, having him around in the "present" tends to make dolts of all the heroes who have no apparent problem with a nigh-unstoppable ticking time bomb running around exposing himself to the exact sorts of things that have fueled his mental instability in the past.
Am I the only person who doesn't understand how the Sentry's existence was erased from the memory of the world after the Void killed a million people? Didn't those million people have relatives? Didn't those relatives wonder how they died? Also, what happened to the money Peter made from his royalties after shooting the most iconic image of the decade or whatever?