eternity Archives

Evil Ernie #5 (Eternity, 1992).
Fictional personifications of death often become iconic, and this one is no exception.  Lady Death first appeared in 1991's Evil Ernie #1 from comics publisher Eternity, created by Brian Pulido and Steven Hughes.  Both Lady Death and Evil Ernie have gone on to become comic book stars in their own right, and those early moments[...]
Black Panther Ultimates #1 cover by Kenneth Rocafort
The Ultimates would face their greatest struggle upon discovering that Eternity, the being that represents all that is in the multiverse, was chained by the First Firmament, the first universe. During the run of Ewing's Ultimates, Coates's Black Panther began And with that, we will be moving on to the current Panther series. Before arriving at the[...]
Eternity #5 cover by Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic
This is interrupted by Myshka, and then David Camp arrives, readying to take their child for himself. Eternity #4 cover by Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic Eternity #4 wraps up the miniseries, and, while it is certainly ambitious and full of unique ideas, the ending is a bit of a mixed bag There are elements that certainly work, but the—moral,[...]
Eternity #2 cover by Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic
From here, they learn of the world they are on while searching for their lost child. Eternity #2 cover by Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic Eternity #2 suffers from some of the same shortcomings as Giantkillers #0, which I reviewed yesterday, albeit to a far lesser degree Eternity throws you into the deep-in of its mythology and ideas without so[...]
Eternity – Matt Kindt And Trevor Hairsine Lead An Expedition Into The Unknown
From Divinity to Eternity with Matt Kindt and Trevor Hairsine This new series was announced at the Valiant Summit today and looks to pick up where the Divinity III series left off This series will hit shops in October. Check out all of the announcements from the Valiant Summit here. ETERNITY #1 Written by MATT KINDT Art &[...]
Eternity And Livewire – More From Valiant For NYCC?
Bleeding Cool has already reported on one project being announced at NYCC, Imperium. Well it may be joined by a couple of others Something called Eternity, which might have an Eternal Warrior ring about it. Unless it has something to do with… Divinity? From Armor Hunters: Harbinger #3… And Valiant have also registered for a trademark under the name[...]
Review: National Comics: Eternity #1
Thankfully, the publication of National Comics: Kid Eternity is not one of those head scratch inducing choices It's a formula that you wonder isn't followed more often, you know, great writer plus great artist minus nosebleed inducing company wide continuity shenanigans Consider Kid Eternity to be the olive branch, held out over the divisive 52[...]
Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen Comics – Wolverine & The X-Men, Axe Cop, X-Treme X-Men, Astonishing X-Men, Prophet, The Manhattan Projects, Eternity, Justice League Dark, Crossed, Comedian, Debris, X-Treme X-Men, Avengers, And Hit-Girl
It does work as a period piece, but the Watchmen trademark flourish seems to be missing.   National Comics: Eternity feels utterly like a weekly TV series pitch Check this, a guy works in a morgue (procedural detail) and can grab the spirits of the recently dead to interrogate them about their death but, get this, they[...]
DC Brings Back Kid Eternity For The New 52 – So What Will Get Canned?
Wired reports that in July, DC Comics are launching a new 52 series, National Comics, a book that will switch the spotlight character every issue. The first four will be Eternity, Madame X, Rose And Thorn, and Looker. Jeff Lemire and Cully Hamner will create Eternity, which appears to be similar to Kid Eternity They describe it; This[...]