Sentry vs Superman
Location: Desolate planet, barren, wasteland like, breathable air, one very near yellow sun
Superman takes early rounds, with more experience fighting and feeding off the yellow sun. Sentry comes back in a flurry, angered and confused by the sheer strength of Superman. Superman rallies back in a flurry of his own, now concerned that he has unleashed the depth of his strength and the Sentry has not succumbed to it yet. Explosions, planet cracking, volcanoes sprouting and erupting, and costumes and capes torn and decimated. Sentry, fearful of losing control, falls into unconsciousness and Superman, heat vision glowing and muscles bulging, finally powers down, looking to be the victory. Sky darkens, thuder clouds appear, lightning crashes, and the Sentry, eyes glowing yellow, rises, darkened and maddened, now taken over by the Void, with absolutely no regard to life, attacks Superman unsuspectingly and ferociously, tearing into the man of steel like never before. Superman, writhing in pain, bleeding, instinctively fights back in a desperate attempt, fails, and leads the Void on a chase, beyond the thunder clouds and dark skies, to absorb more yellow sunlight and recover. The Void, witnessing Superman's recovery, engulfs the kryptonian darkness, shielding him for the yellow sun's healing rays, and now attacking Superman's mind, showing him images of failure, death of loved ones, and the fall of Earth, in hopes to break Superman's will. Instead, Superman becomes enraged and proceeds to break free from the Void's dark cloak. Meanwhile, The Sentry's consciousness surfaces, having seen inside Superman's mind, sharing the same fears of failure, loss, destruction, and dejection, helps to fight the Void off. Together, Superman and Sentry effectively put down the Void, eradicating the persona and leaving a de-powered, helpless and ashamed Bob Reynolds lying in the wake, while Superman himself is left lying by Bob's side. Having both been driven to their absolute limits, neither can fully stand to continue, as both do but both drop in the epitome of exhaustion. As the planet's imminent destruction lies ahead, with both men unable to fend for themselves or escape, lava flows eerily close, volcanoes roar and both Bob and Kal close their eyes, embracing death and destiny. Clouds part, sunlight creeps through, gently touching Superman, enough for him to gather himself and Bob and fly off the planet, saving himself and the Sentry and ending the greatest battle the universe has never seen.