Seven to Eternity #8

Seven to Eternity #8

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

Seven to Eternity #8 focuses on Jevalia as they fairy finds redemption. There’s action, double dealings and backstabbing as people change sides and tear each other down. It’s a pretty good issue.

Everything opens somewhere mysterious in Spiritbox’s past. It reveals a bit about his motivation and what is driving him. However, that doesn’t make his cause any more noble. From there, the story picks up with Jevalia and her illness. Her brother manages to save her from the swamp, but the truths she discovers provides a whole new purpose for her life. Between her and her brother, the mercenary Dragan, the weird witch lady in the forge, Goblin and Adam’s daughter, there’s a lot of revenge to go around. In the end, the violence is doled out and the scales find a new balance. It’s an interesting shift in the story. The question is, what is going to happen to Adam and the Mud King?

While the new art team is still around, they’re still not doing too bad a job. I’m starting to get used to the change. With the story still going full throttle, it’s not so bad. James Harren and Matt Hollingsworth manage to bring the story to life with a bit of detail and a dazzle of color. It’s a bit more cartoonish than realistic, but it works.

With lots of changes going on, Seven to Eternity still manages to keep the story interesting and thriving. I’m looking forward to seeing more of Dragan. I give this issue a four out of five metal bikinis.

Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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