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  1. guanaeps guanaeps says:

    A fascinating run from Jack King Kirby What I found most interesting was finally reading a thing that was purely Jack Kirby While it really is impossible to know exactly who and how much influence each creator put into the final product the strangeheady space concept vibe from FF is undoubtedly all over this book making me re think the Lee Kirby team and their contributions to the FF Kirby is justa great writer in addition to being an amazing artist There's a sense of rhythm to the book like it knows where its goingfor a while Weird little twists every issue Not everysee almost every sentence is followed by an exclamation point giving the dialogue nuance when needed His captions though are just incredible; the man has a way with wordsJack Kirby tackles the origin of humanity and our obsession with the hero myth It's pretty epic I think I enjoyed this book than normal because of my surprise at Jack Kirby's prowess as a story teller it honestly caught me off guard Plus the Celestials are just so cool; from concept to visual design just so incredibly creativeNow even though I mentioned earlier that it feels like this series knows where its going there are still a lot of moments throughout the book that feel pretty meander y the hulk created by nerds in a college lab is the worst of it especially as it takes up like five issues Also there's no real ending to it; there's two moments that do indeed feel like the closing of a chapter but there's nothing that could truly be called and ending as even the final caption reads The End?A note on the Omnibus edition I had always heard of this concept called gutter loss and I never really understood it until reading this book This book won't stay open It's almost a struggle every page to just read it It's an older omnibus so I can understand if they weren't as cognizant as they are now about that sort of thing but yeah it's definitely there in this book


  2. Richard Guion Richard Guion says:

    Here is what I remember of this time late 1975 and into 1976 Kirby's first publications coming back to Marvel were 2001 A Space Odyssey Marvel Treasury Special and then Captain America The Eternals didn't start until months later towards late spring 1976 We were teased about it for monthsand it seemed tantalizing Those of us who loved New Gods from DC Comics had high hopes this was similar uality and scope But when I finally got my hands on the first issueI was a bit disappointed It was far out all right but it didn't have the same punch as New Gods 1 which started off explaining the whole setup and the focusing on the main players in that conflictThe Eternals 1 starts the story slowly I think you could almost say The Eternals is an example of decompressed storytelling or perhaps we could say it is Mosaic storytelling There is a wide scope and the players concepts are slowly unfolding even though there is action and conflict The guy we think is probably the star of this book Ikaris doesn't even get into costume until issue 3In order to appreciate The Eternals you need to consider the influences at the time There was a very popular paperback book titled Chariots of The Gods by Erich Von Daniken which put out a theory that extra terrestrials visited ancient mankind and influenced our development This theory included various religious myths saying that these events had been the work of aliens and not angels or spirits To an uninformed person science appears to be magic Marvel Comics had published a 1975 Marvel Preview magazine which I wrote about earlier Neal Adams and Alex Nino on Man Gods From Beyond the Stars In addition Arthur C Clarke had a popular science fiction novel Childhood's End which was enjoying a new wave of popularity in paperback In this story there were Overlords who would determine Earth's fate after a 50 year waiting period Demons in this story were humanity's misrepresentation of another species The Deviant Kro in The Eternals is pretty much using that Clarke ideaWith The Eternals Kirby is trying to take these science fiction concepts along with his favorite theme that the Gods New Gods Asgardians from Thor etc are actually alien beings with superior technology The scope of the artwork in The Eternals may be on a grander scale than anything Kirby did before The first issue brings the Celestials back to Earth in a massive spaceship If you are young reading this issue and hoping to see a hero like Thor or Orion you were disappointed That archetype never arrived in The Eternals 1 What did arrive are these massive alien beings The Fourth Host and they were only alluded to within the story We learned the Celestials experimented on Apes to Uplift them through science; the Apes evolved into three races on Earth The Eternals the humans and The DeviantsNow here is one thing that was confusing back then Kirby called The Celestials Gods but they weren't just ordinary Gods they were Mega Overlord Gods The ones who were going to decide the fate of mankind after 50 years What would become our main cast of Eternal characters were Gods of Myth Sersi was Circe Thena was Athena Makkari was Mercury and so on Kro was from the Deviant race clearly the Devil when he sprouted horns After a number of issues we got to meet this entire cast We saw hints that nearly every religious pantheon was influenced by a member of The Eternals I am sure Kirby must have seen the potential for this series to go 100 issues or As a young person I stopped reading The Eternals by issue 12 or so This time around I read all 19 issues plus the first and only Annual It was a lot of fun and clearly there is a pantheon of charactes here that could be mined for other series or movies The story itself is flawed there is no through line no spine of action to drive you through the story as Orion does in the New Gods Ikaris appears to be the main protagonist he has a cool costume but his personality is bland If you compare Ikaris to Thor or Orion he just doesn't measure up to those heroes The character we briefly see in one issue The Forgotten One aka Gilgamesh seems vastly interesting than Ikaris There is no overall compelling villain in the mode of Darkseid to propel The Eternals forward Sersi with her witty and wild personality was the breakout character who went on to join The Avengers I don't know any of the behind the scenes drama on this series but I am curious now how Marvel editorial staff might have interfered or caused changes to be mindYou can see my full review of The Eternals on my blog fully illustrated with lots of nice photo scans


  3. The_Mad_Swede The_Mad_Swede says:

    Collecting all of Kirby's Eternals ie #1–19 and Annual #1 this volume provides another glimpse into the mind of a master storyteller in the medium of comicsChronologically appearing in Kirby's bibliography when he returned to Marvel after the highly productive stint at DC which gave us Kamandi OMAC The Demon and the entire Fourth World saga and mythos it is hard not to see certain similarities between The Eternals and Kirby's Fourth World creations In fact in many ways given the cosmic themes the former reads a bit like Fourth World light But that in itself is not a strong critiue of the work It is nevertheless Kirby and even on one of his lesser days Kirby outdrew and out created many if not most other comics artistsAnd it's a fun readAlso while there are clear similarities there are also differences Fourth World was set up in a manner that made it easily separated from the DC Universe whilst simultaneously being easily integrated The Eternals on the other hand wasn't created as a part of the Marvel Universe There are three occasions when the Marvel Universe intrude I say intrude as all of these occasions apparently where prompted by Marvel editors and pretty much not what Kirby himself wanted and on all three occasion the intrusion is superficial in some mannerFirst there is Sersi turning the head of a guy into a copy of FF's the Thing in issue #6with the audience referencing both FF and the ThingThen there is the addition of SHIELD agents on the final page of that same issue who then reappear and play a prominent part in the following issue But prominent or not they are basically SHIELD agents pretty much in name only They are no agents I've encountered elsewhere and there purpose is governmental agency agents and humans than very specifically SHIELD in terms of how the plot is handledFinally there is the three issues appearance by the Hulk #14–16 which of course isn't the Hulk at all but robot made at a university intended to be a mascot and then accidentally infused with cosmic energy Reading the surrounding commentary by the characters even suggests that the Hulk is a fictional Marvel character to the people involved in a story rather than an existing creature Clearly there are ways to go around that but it seems to me to strongly suggest Kirby's opinion that he wasn't telling these stories inside of the Marvel UniverseAnd having read through included textual histories of Marvel's integration of The Eternals mythos into the mainstream Marvel Universe also suggests that it might not have been the best idea I will shortly be reading the two Thor TPBs entitled The Eternal Saga and maybe I will have cause to retract this statement after that but regardless of some possibly interesting stories having been generated out of the integration the universe Kirby suggests in this volume isn't really compatible with the Marvel Universe And if the latter can extract some strength from the former it seems to do so at the expense of the formerAt any rate not Kirby at his strongest nor do I think it would be his weakest but nevertheless a very enjoyable read


  4. Tor.com Publishing Tor.com Publishing says:

    It's weird; I would certainly agree that The Fourth World is the purest version of Kirby's vision but the Eternals have THE CELESTIALS 2001 is my favorite movie by a wide margin so the idea that there are cosmic Kirby eue slightly anthropomorphized Monolith esue beings is right up my alley MK


  5. Alger Alger says:

    Another Jack Kirby Opus I don't know which came first but this felt like a retelling of his NEW GODS stories only set in the Marvel Universe Despite the obvious self plagerism in the obvious cases of the Fourth World in New Gods and the Fourth Host in the Eternals and redundant archetypes like Marvel's Ikaris to DC's Orion the story was very interesting as it brought up ancient cultures' myths as pertaining to actual events that led to the creation of the Earth and all things living upon it It posits that the Celestials were gods from space who came to Earth and evolved apes into three related dominant species Humans Eternals who would become our gods like Mercury Zeus Vulcan etc and the Deviants who would become our demons The Celestials return and set about judging their experiment and seeing whether Earth's inhabitants are fit to continue to exist The reaction of the three races to this event is what brings us on the 19 issue journey that is told in classic Kirby style Well worth reading if you are a fan of the King of Comics


  6. Bob Garrett Bob Garrett says:

    With an Eternals movie pending the time seemed right to explore Jack Kirby’s original 1976 1977 comic series Fortunately this 2006 “omnibus” volume sat in my unread stackThe book contains the story pages of all 19 issues plus the double sized 1977 annual We also get some original letter column essays by Kirby although no actual letters from readers two essays by Robert Greenberger on the Eternals’ history both fictional and real and an introduction by inker Mike Royer Royer’s introduction needed better editing There are several typos but otherwise I have no complaints about the bonus material and feel that it supplements the stories nicelyThe book itself has a sturdy hardcover and is a little larger than your average comic book The interior pages are of a strong high uality glossy paper and the colors are bold and vibrant Some fans prefer reprint volumes to closely resemble the original newsprint paper and coloring so if you’re among those then you needn’t bother with this Personally I like the better paper and brighter coloring and I find it especially apt for Kirby’s high energy storytelling THE ETERNALS OMNIBUS looks good on my coffee table but is also a pleasure to read Unfortunately a 75 cover price comes with that uality but copies may be available for less I just checked and one can currently obtain a copy there for 3599Now we come to the stories themselves How you feel about them largely depends on how you feel about Jack Kirby’s post 1970post Stan Lee material Some love it and some hate it and regardless of which camp you’re in THE ETERNALS will likely reinforce your opinion If you dislike Kirby’s blocky artwork and find his writing and character work lacking then you probably won’t deem ETERNALS an exception If on the other hand you love his grand cosmic ideas colorful if largely two dimensional characters dynamic kinetic illustration and fast paced storytelling then you’ll be delighted to find those elements presentThis time the grand cosmic ideas begin with giant “space gods” Kirby also calls them “Celestials” arriving on Earth As it happens it’s not their first visit In prehistoric times they evolved Earth apes into three species the physically perfect super powered and immortal Eternals; the genetically unstable Deviants and the humans All three continue to co exist although the first two have remained hidden from the latter The space gods’ latest visit adds a complication as the space gods are here for a fifty year “period of judgement” What happens when that time is up and judgement is rendered? It’s that very uestion that makes human Eternal and Deviant alike uite nervousIf you’re familiar with Kirby’s prior work then you’ll note that he’s once again mining Erich von Daniken’s CHARIOT OF THE GODS? for inspiration Von Daniken’s book is derided by serious archaeologists but it makes good fantasy story fodder and whether Kirby believes the premise or not His biographer Mark Evanier claims that Kirby actually found it “unlikely” he clearly enjoys playing with the possibilities One recurring theme in ETERNALS is that those who react to the space gods out of fear tend to meet unfortunate ends whereas cautious individuals seeking knowledge fare betterAs always Kirby creates a new mythology while also drawing on historical mythology We’re told that ancient myths and legends were often based based on Eternals Deviants and space gods Eternals have names like “Makarri” Romans called him “Mercury” “Thena” aka “Athena” Sersi aka “Circe” and Ikaris while the Deviants live in the undersea kingdom of Lemuria One would naturally expect the Deviants to be evil and the Eternals to be heroes but Kirby occasionally plays with those perceptions A Deviant general named Kro loves the Eternal Thena and has a code of honor even if his tacit endorsement of the Deviant genetic “purges” as often Kirby draws on World War II Nazism and the Holocaust for depictions of evil still mark Kro as essentially a villain Elsewhere two Deviants known as Karkas and the Reject act in contrast to their appearances as the handsome human looking Reject proves savage and bloodthirsty whereas the ugly monstrous looking Karkas is noble and kind The Eternal Thena realizes that both need a nurturing environment; yet she too is not perfect and initially judges both by appearancesMany fans at the time and today criticize Kirby’s two dimensional characterizations but his ETERNALS characters are colorful and have strong potential Kirby can certainly create great characters The Marvel Universe stands as testament to THAT but it’s also true that the characters aren’t his main focus Rather Kirby’s work tends to be story driven and idea driven Fans however DO tend to focus on characters and here I suspect is where Kirby’s latter day “disconnect” with fans begins To be fair he doesn’t do himself many favors in ETERNALS by constantly shifting among his many characters thus not giving readers sufficient time for attachments It’s also true that dialogue isn’t his strong suit That said his characters are fun and generally well defined and there’s a reason that later writers continually returned to them I’d also argue that his characters sometimes have depth than fans appreciate My own favorite Eternal eg is Thena who is both a warrior and a diplomat Thena can also be nurturing as evidenced by her humane treatment toward Karkas and the Rejectand practical as evidenced by her insistence to the smitten Deviant Kro that any romance between the two can’t workKirby is as Kirby does and fans love his post 1970 work or hate it If you’re in one of those camps already then ETERNALS won’t change your mind If you haven’t uite made up that mind however then ETERNALS is a good place to begin It’s among the man’s better solo works and if it doesn’t grab you as it did me then you might as well stop there If however Kirby does capture your imagination then you’ll be happy to know that there’s plenty to discover


  7. Jamil Jamil says:

    I kinda think all Eternals series go wrong by focusing on Ikaris too much He's pretty boring More adventures of AjakTecumotzin Hero of the Incas or Kingo Sunen Samurai Eternal or even future Avenger The Forgotten One would have rocked Issue 7 The Fourth Host is pretty much this collection's shining star SHIELD wants solid fact not old wives tales Gods Devils or Space Giants This Tactical Nuclear Device will decide what they are


  8. Carlo Rossi Carlo Rossi says:

    I loved it Nerdy nerd love


  9. Rexhurne Rexhurne says:

    While i like Kirby's art and the creativity of his designs i'm a bit torn with his wiritingnarrative I like the story idea of the celestials and the different spieces they created I like the Aztecs lore woven into the story and all the mythological backgrounds A lot of this is also enjoyable because they are used to create uniue sci fi art designs Especially the celestials look great I can see why later comic writers wanted them in the regular marvel comics Speaking of continity it's a bit weird for a marvel book not to be connected to the rest of the marvel universe I did read a lot of 70s marvel comics lately and i love how the characters trough most of the books are appearing in each others stories from time to time I think that is the strength marvel had in this era so i feel this book is a bit of a bad fit into that There is a problem i have with the Kirby stories as a whole While they look nice for me personally the issues are a bit of a slug to read trough even in comparssion with a lot of other 70s comics I had the same problem with the Fourth World but here it's somehow worse Most adventures the main cast go trough i have trouble getting invested in and the dialogue doesn't help With the New Gods my focus always tightened when Darkseid showed up which was suprisingly often but this series misses this kind of excitement Since the celestials are so awesome i do look forward to the mcu Eternals movie But looking at this book i don't know how they will fit it into the mcu continuty A lot must be rewritten for that to make sense


  10. Andrew Andrew says:

    Lots of good ideas here and the double page spreads capture the awe the characters feel in the presence of space gods but this is also Kirby at his least focused The stakes aren't particularly well established and neither are the characters The Eternals positions itself as a self contained epic but Kirby cribs so much from his earlier Fourth World and Fantastic FourInhumans comics that it often feels like he's merely playing the hits Much of the wacky humor that made those other books fun to read is missing here as well giving The Eternals a somewhat turgid exhausted feel even when the art is stunning


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