Seven to Eternity #7

Seven to Eternity #7

Writer: Rick Remender
Artist: James Harren
Colorist: Matt Hollingsworth
Letterer: Rus Wooton
Cover Artists: James Harren and Matt Hollingsworth

Seven to Eternity #7 keeps its momentum with the story, but it does take a hit on the artwork. This issue introduces a new art team. While it’s still good, it’s not as good as it was.

The story starts out with a flashback for Jev revealing some of her backstory. It then goes back to the present and the grim state of things. There’s a lot of uncertainty with the heroes. Jev is dying and Goblin wants to save her. Some want to abandon her and go after the Mud King in order to complete their mission. And then there’s the question of Adam. Has he fallen under the Mud King’s sway? Regardless of the answers, the story heads to the Gliff Lands and the strange creatures therein.

The change of scenery doesn’t fair well for the heroes. Things continue to go wrong and more lives are at stake. It makes for an interesting story, though a bit grim.

The bad side of things is the visuals. They’re okay, but they’re not great. The new artist is a little bit more cartoonish. There’s still lots of details, good page layouts and a good flow to the story. It’s not bad, but it is a change that’s not for the better.

Even with the hit to the artwork, Seven to Eternity #7 is still a good story and a nice addition to the series. I give it a four out of five metal bikinis.

Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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