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    Eternals #2

    Eternals » Eternals #2 - Indentity Crisis released by Marvel on September 1, 2006.

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    There are no Eternals. There never have been. Then what do Mark Curry's dreams of strange gods and monsters mean? And what does the mysterious man with the strange eyes want with him? New York Times Bestselling author NEIL GAIMAN (Anansi Boys, MARVEL:1602, Sandman) and superstar John Romita Jr. (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, WOLVERINE) bring you a tale that will change the Eternals and the Marvel Universe forever!

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     Once again the cover is just beautiful. It looks like a photograph of Sersi, rather than a painting. Very impressive. Also the best thing about the book.  I know, I should be praising it. Hell, it is written by Gaimen, but I do not feel like giving him an easy time, just because I like everyone else loved The Sandman.  He fell into a story telling trap that very few can get themselves out of. Heck, Hitchcock was one of the few who could do it flawlessly. I guess that is why he is now known as T...

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