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Eternals #4 (2008)

Eternals #4 (2008)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by CHARLES KNAUF & DANIEL KNAUF Art & Cover by DANIEL ACUÑA
Tremble, Mortals!  Even as time runs out for the planet, the Eternals squabble amongst themselves!  With a traitor in their midst and a spy watching their every move, the Eternals have broken into factions, and both sides have earned the ire of the newly awakened Forgotten One!  All this, plus the petulant mortal Iron Man, Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. chooses now to take a stand against our immortal heroes?!  How will they prepare for the coming of the Horde?
Date Available: 09/04/2008
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

An intriguing book about long-lived beings who somehow have soap opera lives. To set the stage, let’s acknowledge the Neil Gaiman precursor to this series; after years of memory loss, Eternals are awakening to find that they have great power. Great power, coupled with loose ends: there’s an awakened Celestial in their midst; Eternals who wish to destroy the Earth; and, worse, a being who wishes to destroy the Eternals. This is from the backstory page, though I still was partially lost for the first read (mostly gone with the second). The art in this issue, with the simple backgrounds, fit the series well, but really Neil Gaimen’s precursor took much of the tension out of the Eternals, for me, in that they seem, how should I say? Ah, yes--resilient. That, I think, needs to be addressed before I get overly stressed about the day-to-day worries of long-lived beings.
I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by CHARLES KNAUF & DANIEL KNAUF Art & Cover by DANIEL ACUÑA
Tremble, Mortals!  Even as time runs out for the planet, the Eternals squabble amongst themselves!  With a traitor in their midst and a spy watching their every move, the Eternals have broken into factions, and both sides have earned the ire of the newly awakened Forgotten One!  All this, plus the petulant mortal Iron Man, Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. chooses now to take a stand against our immortal heroes?!  How will they prepare for the coming of the Horde?
Date Available: 09/04/2008
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

An intriguing book about long-lived beings who somehow have soap opera lives. To set the stage, let’s acknowledge the Neil Gaiman precursor to this series; after years of memory loss, Eternals are awakening to find that they have great power. Great power, coupled with loose ends: there’s an awakened Celestial in their midst; Eternals who wish to destroy the Earth; and, worse, a being who wishes to destroy the Eternals. This is from the backstory page, though I still was partially lost for the first read (mostly gone with the second). The art in this issue, with the simple backgrounds, fit the series well, but really Neil Gaimen’s precursor took much of the tension out of the Eternals, for me, in that they seem, how should I say? Ah, yes--resilient. That, I think, needs to be addressed before I get overly stressed about the day-to-day worries of long-lived beings.
I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams
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