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Chaos descends upon the stage, as the city crumbles into a ravaged wasteland. Loki has bested the fallen angel Sirian-and seized Lyra Constance for his own. Or has he? As the curtains lift-and the sounds surge-Loki may have grabbed hold of more than he bargained for. Guest starring Doc Coyle & God Forbid.
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Somewhat disappointing. 0

I suppose I'll start off with what I liked about this issue. Just like the last one, the art is great and there aren't any ad's in the middle of book since it's already advertising ESP and Marshall. The cover and pages all have a nice quality, I might even say nicer than some of the big name titles circulating around now. The action scenes are great, and it is nice to start seeing the bands integrated into the comic. It was also cool how they integrated the song into the book. I loved all of tho...

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A review! 0

The second issue of Eternal Descent is the first to feature a cameo by an ESP endorsed artist. In this case it is the boys from God Forbid(Doc Coyle in particular). It was interesting to see Lexi incorporate the lyrics to an actual God Forbid song and have them relate to the story at hand. As the previous review has stated this issue leaves us wanting more. Through two issues, the readers are still unfamiliar with the trio of main characters and the reason behind their actions.  Unfortunately fo...

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Still too gimmicky, not enough plot 0

Eternal Descent #2 I usually give books a second try if the first one doesn’t do it for me.   I actually was obligated to pick up this issue.   My LCS owner is actually depicted in two panels of the book by local Artist Jason Metcalf.   So I will start off by talking about the art in this issue. The art is phenomenal.   The coloring is excellent and the use of lighting is key for the contrasts of characters in this issue.   Seeing real people depicted in books is a plus especially when you can s...

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