Welcome Back to Mine Multiversity: A Marvel Podcast! Each episode we’ll be looking at Marvel books, old and new! We discuss fun Marvel comics, Marvel news, Marvel history, and for a little while now, all things Eternals. Today, we’re back with even more Eternals.
Make Mine Multiversity is a twice-monthly podcast that premieres on the first and third Friday of every month. Can you imagine if Gilgamesh, the Forgotten One tried to host a podcast? He has his memories wiped too often to be good for something like that.
Speaking of The Forgotten One. today’s podcast concerns a volume of “Eternals” that a lot of people have probably never read. The fourth proper volume of “Eternals” came out in 2008. We took a look at “Eternals” #1-9 and Annual #1, which you can find those collected in “Eternals,” Vol. 1: To Slay a God (#1-6) and Vol. 2: Manifest Destiny (#7-9, Annual #1). It’s not much longer now, we’re almost caught up to the present day.
Next time, we enter the wasteland of “Eternals” conflict. They don’t get another eponymous comic until the Kieron Gillen run. We decided to bridge that gap with a handful of issues.
We will definitely be reading “Hulk” (vol 2.) #49 from May 2012; “Thor: The Deviants Saga” #1–5 from February 2012 – May 2012; Avengers (vol. 8) #4 from September 2018; “Eternals Forever” One-shot from 2021; and “Symbiote Spider-Man Crossroads” #4-5 from 2021.
We will also be trying to track down “Silver Surfer Annual” #1 (1988), “FF Unlimited” #10, and “Incredible Hercules” #116. There’s are more tangentially related, but easy enough to track down and read.
Finally, we may briefly discuss a couple of issues that are really removed from the “Eternals” series proper, but we won’t be covering those in as much depth. These comics include the original “Atlantis Attacks,” the original “Contest of Champions,” the “Real Heroes” #1 Pizza Hut comic, “Quasar” #51-58, “Fall of the Hulks: Alpha” #1 (2009), “All New Invaders” #3-5 (2014) and “All New Invaders” #13.
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