Eternity Girl

Eternity Girl

Caroline Sharp has been a lot of things, including both a superhero and a super-spy. But when Caroline finds herself unfulfilled and depressed, she is given a choice to end her eternal life; she just has to destroy the rest of the world first. Eternity Girl is a brand-new DC's Young Animal miniseries spinning out of the Milk Wars event, written by GLAAD Media Award-nominat Caroline Sharp has been a lot of things, including both a superhero and a super-spy. But when Caroline finds herself unfu...

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Title:Eternity Girl
Author:Magdalene Visaggio
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401285201
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

Eternity Girl Reviews

  • Tim
    Aug 08, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

  • Matt
    Dec 21, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

    This was utterly brilliant! Easily one of the best reads of 2018! The most serious book from Mags and it was SO good. Looking at the idea of whether nirvana is or isn't a good thing. How you keep going, why you keep going. How you deal with depression. How you find hope. How a multiver...

    I enjoyed the main character premise and the story concept (view spoiler)[of the futility of the repetitive cycle of rebirth and entropy, and the issues that may arise with a super powered near goddess level entity that struggles with depression. (hide spoiler)] All in all the story w...

    A trippy tale of an existential crisis that threatens to erase the universe from existence. The parallel stories weave in time and space and behind space, while our hero's quest if for the sweet release of death instead of rescue. Weird. ...

    I don?t think I?ve read a graphic novel published by DC or Marvel that was better than this. This is a creepy, sad, beautiful story, and a deep meditation on identity and the sense of self. Magdalene Visaggio is quickly becoming one of my favorite voices in comics. ...

  • Laurie
    Dec 17, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

    This was utterly brilliant! Easily one of the best reads of 2018! The most serious book from Mags and it was SO good. Looking at the idea of whether nirvana is or isn't a good thing. How you keep going, why you keep going. How you deal with depression. How you find hope. How a multiver...

    I enjoyed the main character premise and the story concept (view spoiler)[of the futility of the repetitive cycle of rebirth and entropy, and the issues that may arise with a super powered near goddess level entity that struggles with depression. (hide spoiler)] All in all the story w...

    A trippy tale of an existential crisis that threatens to erase the universe from existence. The parallel stories weave in time and space and behind space, while our hero's quest if for the sweet release of death instead of rescue. Weird. ...

    I don?t think I?ve read a graphic novel published by DC or Marvel that was better than this. This is a creepy, sad, beautiful story, and a deep meditation on identity and the sense of self. Magdalene Visaggio is quickly becoming one of my favorite voices in comics. ...

    Could this be the best book of the year? Visaggio and Liew has pulled of a masterpiece using the background of superheroes to solve the existentialism of the human condition through a hero that cannot die ...

    At first I was turned off by the art, but I became engrossed in the story, especially for the quantum mechanics angle. After that, I saw how the art complemented the story. ...

    Idk dude I don?t really read comics and this was real weird. ...

    Intriguing beginning! ...

  • Ryan Mishap
    Jan 16, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

    This was utterly brilliant! Easily one of the best reads of 2018! The most serious book from Mags and it was SO good. Looking at the idea of whether nirvana is or isn't a good thing. How you keep going, why you keep going. How you deal with depression. How you find hope. How a multiver...

    I enjoyed the main character premise and the story concept (view spoiler)[of the futility of the repetitive cycle of rebirth and entropy, and the issues that may arise with a super powered near goddess level entity that struggles with depression. (hide spoiler)] All in all the story w...

    A trippy tale of an existential crisis that threatens to erase the universe from existence. The parallel stories weave in time and space and behind space, while our hero's quest if for the sweet release of death instead of rescue. Weird. ...

  • Will
    Jan 10, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

    This was utterly brilliant! Easily one of the best reads of 2018! The most serious book from Mags and it was SO good. Looking at the idea of whether nirvana is or isn't a good thing. How you keep going, why you keep going. How you deal with depression. How you find hope. How a multiver...

    I enjoyed the main character premise and the story concept (view spoiler)[of the futility of the repetitive cycle of rebirth and entropy, and the issues that may arise with a super powered near goddess level entity that struggles with depression. (hide spoiler)] All in all the story w...

    A trippy tale of an existential crisis that threatens to erase the universe from existence. The parallel stories weave in time and space and behind space, while our hero's quest if for the sweet release of death instead of rescue. Weird. ...

    I don?t think I?ve read a graphic novel published by DC or Marvel that was better than this. This is a creepy, sad, beautiful story, and a deep meditation on identity and the sense of self. Magdalene Visaggio is quickly becoming one of my favorite voices in comics. ...

    Could this be the best book of the year? Visaggio and Liew has pulled of a masterpiece using the background of superheroes to solve the existentialism of the human condition through a hero that cannot die ...

    At first I was turned off by the art, but I became engrossed in the story, especially for the quantum mechanics angle. After that, I saw how the art complemented the story. ...

    Idk dude I don?t really read comics and this was real weird. ...

    Intriguing beginning! ...

    Yes, it?s a Morrison knockoff. But at least it?s an attempt. ...

  • Andrew
    Dec 20, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

  • Brian
    Dec 20, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

    This was utterly brilliant! Easily one of the best reads of 2018! The most serious book from Mags and it was SO good. Looking at the idea of whether nirvana is or isn't a good thing. How you keep going, why you keep going. How you deal with depression. How you find hope. How a multiver...

    I enjoyed the main character premise and the story concept (view spoiler)[of the futility of the repetitive cycle of rebirth and entropy, and the issues that may arise with a super powered near goddess level entity that struggles with depression. (hide spoiler)] All in all the story w...

    A trippy tale of an existential crisis that threatens to erase the universe from existence. The parallel stories weave in time and space and behind space, while our hero's quest if for the sweet release of death instead of rescue. Weird. ...

    I don?t think I?ve read a graphic novel published by DC or Marvel that was better than this. This is a creepy, sad, beautiful story, and a deep meditation on identity and the sense of self. Magdalene Visaggio is quickly becoming one of my favorite voices in comics. ...

    Could this be the best book of the year? Visaggio and Liew has pulled of a masterpiece using the background of superheroes to solve the existentialism of the human condition through a hero that cannot die ...

    At first I was turned off by the art, but I became engrossed in the story, especially for the quantum mechanics angle. After that, I saw how the art complemented the story. ...

  • jer•din
    Jan 24, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

  • Vince
    Dec 14, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

  • Norman Cook
    Dec 22, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Jan 23, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

  • Mel
    Dec 31, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

    This was utterly brilliant! Easily one of the best reads of 2018! The most serious book from Mags and it was SO good. Looking at the idea of whether nirvana is or isn't a good thing. How you keep going, why you keep going. How you deal with depression. How you find hope. How a multiver...

  • Alex Sarll
    Sep 23, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

  • Jaclyn Hogan
    Jan 04, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

  • Chris
    Sep 03, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

  • Timothy
    Aug 23, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

  • Kenny
    Dec 28, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

    This was utterly brilliant! Easily one of the best reads of 2018! The most serious book from Mags and it was SO good. Looking at the idea of whether nirvana is or isn't a good thing. How you keep going, why you keep going. How you deal with depression. How you find hope. How a multiver...

    I enjoyed the main character premise and the story concept (view spoiler)[of the futility of the repetitive cycle of rebirth and entropy, and the issues that may arise with a super powered near goddess level entity that struggles with depression. (hide spoiler)] All in all the story w...

    A trippy tale of an existential crisis that threatens to erase the universe from existence. The parallel stories weave in time and space and behind space, while our hero's quest if for the sweet release of death instead of rescue. Weird. ...

    I don?t think I?ve read a graphic novel published by DC or Marvel that was better than this. This is a creepy, sad, beautiful story, and a deep meditation on identity and the sense of self. Magdalene Visaggio is quickly becoming one of my favorite voices in comics. ...

    Could this be the best book of the year? Visaggio and Liew has pulled of a masterpiece using the background of superheroes to solve the existentialism of the human condition through a hero that cannot die ...

  • Hannah Givens
    Dec 05, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

  • Anna Heidick
    Dec 02, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

    This was utterly brilliant! Easily one of the best reads of 2018! The most serious book from Mags and it was SO good. Looking at the idea of whether nirvana is or isn't a good thing. How you keep going, why you keep going. How you deal with depression. How you find hope. How a multiver...

    I enjoyed the main character premise and the story concept (view spoiler)[of the futility of the repetitive cycle of rebirth and entropy, and the issues that may arise with a super powered near goddess level entity that struggles with depression. (hide spoiler)] All in all the story w...

  • André Habet
    Jan 21, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

  • Felipe Assis
    Aug 09, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

  • Nore
    Jan 09, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

  • Simon
    Sep 10, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

  • Larakaa
    Dec 11, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

  • Artemy
    Dec 20, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

  • Will
    Jan 16, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

  • Kyra Bea
    Jan 01, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

  • Gracie
    Feb 03, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...

    Shade the Changing Girl is my favorite of the Young Animal books. Eternity Girl is very similar, the same kind of surrealist thoughts and meditations, but further dislodged from traditional storytelling. I loved the way the scenes were kind of deconstructed, with dialogue from the "rea...

    This was.... okay. Interesting concept, but unnecessarily wacky storytelling, flat characters, and merely okay art made this a bit of a drag to read. (Some of the covers are ffffantastic, though!) I was not surprised to find that Visaggio has also worked on Kim & Kim, which is anot...

    Wow. I loved this comic even moreso than I thought I would. Surreal without ever losing heart. The art always work in service of the story, and it's the rare comic that leaves me feeling empowered to do better in the way Mind MGMT did when I read it. I more often than not feel disappoi...

    This book takes some effort to get into, but it's well worth it. This is an inspirational story of a young woman dealing with depression and attempted suicide. What I ultimately liked about the book was how Visaggio and Liew conveyed shifting realities. It reminded me, in a very good w...

    Fun, fast-paced and filled with some solid trippiness at home with early Vertigo, TNG and Doctor Who. Eternity Girl is at once both her own distinct character with a life we feel but one that is barely touched on, and a relatable one. This is book is probably heavier than I feel it is....

    Instantly one of my favourite graphic novels/comic mini-series. There?s only really one artist who could do justice to this fantastic script, and it?s Sonny Liew. Good thing he did it. I don?t know if it?s deliberate or if I?m just seeing things, but Visaggio?s story fel...

    Take "Facade" by Neil Gaiman, a Sandman one shot featuring Element Girl, an obscure DC heroine, and throw in enough extra characters and plot bits to stretch one story into a full length graphic novel and you'll have something like this Young Animal book. It's not bad, and the art is v...

    One of the best miniseries I've read in a long time, Eternity Girl is a thought provoking examination of identity, depression, and suicide told through the lens of a superhero comic. Sonny Liew's art is incredibly detailed and layered with creative layouts and paneling, it truly brings...

    The beginning of this is fantastic. The first issue was one of my favorites in a long time. And then the subsequent issues just became progressively less interesting as they tread water until the (pretty underwhelming) finale. There are some quality emotional moments that I will think ...

    A trippy story of a woman with great powers and immortality... yet so lonely she feels death is her only choice. Some of it's a little muddy, but it's a really fun read, the idea of living so many lives and being known for so much and yet feeling pointless and exhausted with life is SU...

    **Warning: this text may contain spoilers** This book definitely reads like an old classic. The book tackles heavy themes like death and suicide but ultimately chooses rebirth instead of nihilism. The art is beautiful and trippy and deliberate style choices make this book an interestin...

    This was utterly brilliant! Easily one of the best reads of 2018! The most serious book from Mags and it was SO good. Looking at the idea of whether nirvana is or isn't a good thing. How you keep going, why you keep going. How you deal with depression. How you find hope. How a multiver...

    I enjoyed the main character premise and the story concept (view spoiler)[of the futility of the repetitive cycle of rebirth and entropy, and the issues that may arise with a super powered near goddess level entity that struggles with depression. (hide spoiler)] All in all the story w...

    A trippy tale of an existential crisis that threatens to erase the universe from existence. The parallel stories weave in time and space and behind space, while our hero's quest if for the sweet release of death instead of rescue. Weird. ...

    I don?t think I?ve read a graphic novel published by DC or Marvel that was better than this. This is a creepy, sad, beautiful story, and a deep meditation on identity and the sense of self. Magdalene Visaggio is quickly becoming one of my favorite voices in comics. ...

    Could this be the best book of the year? Visaggio and Liew has pulled of a masterpiece using the background of superheroes to solve the existentialism of the human condition through a hero that cannot die ...

    At first I was turned off by the art, but I became engrossed in the story, especially for the quantum mechanics angle. After that, I saw how the art complemented the story. ...

    Idk dude I don?t really read comics and this was real weird. ...

  • Geoffrey Payne
    Aug 10, 2018

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

  • George
    Feb 11, 2019

    Much like the rest of DC's Young Animal line of books, Eternity Girl is a cheap knockoff of Grant Morrison's and other prime 90's Vertigo books. While it doesn't directly use any existing characters, this book touches on the same philosophical and existential themes as, say, Morrison's...

    This book is frontloaded with some very Grant Morrison-like commentary on the endless cycle of reboots, retcons, and resurrections in superhero comics and how that, like, totally connects to spiritual concepts of reincarnation and eternity. Once you get past that, it turns into a more ...

    Remember the Element Girl issue of Sandman? Never met anyone who said it was their favourite, but it's quite good. Well, if you wanted the serial numbers filed off and that turned into a miniseries, you're in luck. It also has meta elements familiar from Alan Moore's Supreme and much o...

    4.5 stars Visually and narratively stunning! Can?t say much without getting into spoilery details. But Visaggio and Liew really outdo themselves here! Only one thing missing: The book should have a trigger warning/content note at the beginning "suicide, self harm". ...

    What if Flex Mentallo and Enigma... but bad? ...

    Eternity Girl is a serious acid trip of a book, all vibrant colors, shifting perspectives, and unclear timelines. It also made zero sense and I think I liked parts of it? So yeah, an acid trip. The general idea is that Eternity Girl is an immortal shapeshifter who wants to die. Soli...

    Blé... I think that I already ready a lot of stories that looks like the same, kinda generical for me. ...

    It showed potential in the middle but in the end it's disappointing. Another rushed ending and the story got wrapped up with a fat chunk of words explaining. If I want to read another chunk of philosophical words trying to show the alternate to depression I'd read a book. I read a comi...

    I picked up the first issue of this miniseries when it was a ?pick of the week? at my LCS and I thought the cover looked interesting. After I read it I was hooked and added it to my pull list. Now that all the issues have come out it ended up being a pretty great series overall. ...

    It's a real shame that Mister Miracle got all of the attention from DC and its readers last year, because in my humble opinion Magdalene Visaggio does something very similar with Eternity Girl, and she does it at least as well. Much like Tom King's miniseries, Eternity Girl is a time a...