Just picked up NA #10 and #11, and I was impressed by both. I really enjoyed how they wrapped up the Sentry's origin...for those who didn't get it, or don't want to read it: The Sentry is REAL, in the 616 universe. At one point, he was captured and programmed into making everyone (including himself) forget about him...but it wasn't perfect. He was able to communicate his memories and experiences to Paul Jenkins, but not OUR Paul Jenkins...this Paul Jenkins lives and breathes in the 616 universe and did NOT write "Marvel Knights: The Sentry"...the 616 Paul Jenkins wrote the Sentry comics that appear to be from the 70s/80s, which never existed in our reality...only in the 616 universe. See, how there are two Paul Jenkins? The real one and the 616 one, and how BOTH wrote Sentry comics? (OUR Paul Jenkins, though, has images of the 616 Jenkins' comics in "MK: The Sentry"). Makes a LOT of sense, huh? Especially considering how you could have a comic book in the 616 U about characters in the 616 U, and have the characters be true to their roots. All in all, The Sentry arc was actually REALLY DAMN GOOD. The Ronin arc has me intrigued. It's clear that Cap approached Elektra, but was turned down by her..the whole no killing thing. I would NOT be surprised if Ronin isn't Murdock (since when does Ronin so reliant on sight?), but at the same time, it'd be really nice if he was Murdock (considerig how the Daredevil series is going, and how Bendis is leaving that book, it'd be nice to have him be able to use Murdock as a character in NA). So far, the Ronin arc has gotten me more hooked than the Sentry did at this point...but I expect it to end less spectacularly than the latter.