NEW AVENGERS (2004) (#1-64) (MARVEL) #7 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: New Avengers #7
"The Sentry Part 1" is written by Brian Michael Bendis and drawn by Steve McNiven and Mark Morales. Cover by David Finch. Forty-seven super-criminals escaped from the high-tech prison facility known as the Raft during a power outage that blacked out all of Manhattan. Spider-Man, Spider-Woman, the Sentry, Captain America, Iron Man and Power Man re-formed the Avengers to deal with the threat and Wolverine joined the group later. Iron Man announces the team's formation and its purpose to Mr. Fantastic of the Fantastic Four, Doctor Strange, Namor the Sub-Mariner, Professor X of the X-Men and Black Bolt of the Inhumans. The Golden Avenger also asks for help in unraveling the mystery of the Sentry, the New Avengers' most powerful member.

In a cave deep in the Nevada desert, the man known as the Sentry hides from the world outside, afraid to use his powers for fear that he'll attract the attention of the Void, his greatest enemy. But Iron Man wants to know 'how can the Sentry exist when a comic book writer claims to have made him up?' Meanwhile, the rest of the New Avengers deal with the Wrecker, among the cruelest of the escapees, who has regained the crowbar Loki once enchanted for him and holds a girl hostage.

Publisher: MarvelTitle: NEW AVENGERS (2004) (#1-64) (MARVEL)
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