The conclusion to The Sentinel's story.
Though his actions as The Sentinel and as the leader of the Power Crew have got him noticed by the public as a hero, Zack Ventress does not and has never considered himself a hero, he feels that he had caused so much trouble for people in his past and him as The Sentinel did nothing to redeem him of those but only to make things worse for him and those around him. Such as when a new enemy arrives in the form of someone who has suffered so much from the collateral damage caused by Zack and his team that she has made it her mission in life to punish what's left of the Power Crew.
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action throughout, thematic elements and some bloody images.
Zack Ventress - Troubled car mechanic who dons the Sentinel.
Yvette Layton - Main antagonist, codenamed “Incarcerator”, A woman who makes it her mission in life to punish what's left of the Power Crew.
Oscar Bingham - Zack's childhood friend and fellow superhero who has his own suit.
Karolyn Monroe - Former employee of Castleton Industries and Zack's girlfriend.
Harold Craven - The creator of Zack's suit and implanted his consciousness into it.
Michael Smith - Harold's protégé and Oscar's father who created his sentinel suit and implanted his consciousness into it.
Scott Ventress - Zack's father.
Tim Grayson - police captain formerly against the Sentinel but now is a trusted ally.
Ben Kelloway - Scientist who helped Harold create the suit.
Beth Kelloway - Zack's former love interest and Harold's biological daughter.
Matt Cranston - Car mechanic and goof ball.
Miranda Bates - Tough as nails female car mechanic.
Alice - Beautiful but no nonsense and powerful Storm Angel who takes on the identity of former model Elizabeth Marshall.
Marlene Hawkins/Fury Wolf - Former experiment and mutant soldier turned wanderer.
Jason Ball - Former friend of Zack's who had betrayed him in the past.
Duncan Sywell - Michael Smith's rival who had disguised himself as Harold from the future.
ASHTON, FREY and MANCHESTER - Three talking robots who helped Harold adjust to his form.
(Conclusion: (spoiler alert!)
Oscar, Karolyn, Scott, Beth, Jason and Sywell die, the Sentinel suits are destroyed, Zack severely cripples Layton but lets her live and turns her in, Zack announces that the Power Crew is finished and retires in peace.)
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