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Welcome to a city where lost souls lurk in every shadow anddarkness veils sinister designs, where heavy metal couldbe the key to salvation...or the gateway to destruction.A fallen hero, a twisted demon, one gorgeous succubus,and an army of chart-topping guitar heroes: the pieces are inplace. The Descent begins. Written by Llexi Leon and illustrated by Jason Metcalf. Incentive Cover by Syzmond Kudranski & Svee Wheeler. Created in conjunction with ESPGuitars and Marshall Amplification.

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Great start. 0

After reading through this a few times, the first issue of Eternal Descent has really renewed my interest in comics. The first issue was such a great entrance for this new IP that Llexi has been developing, and I cannot wait for more.  The design and art work really is fantastic. The colors are vivid, the buildings and environments all look like they have a personality of their own. The looks of the characters match their personalities pretty well too. Sirian is dressed in a fairly simple m...

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Guitar Comercial...pretty though 0

Eternal Descent #1 Writer: Llexi Artist: Jason Metcalf, Javier Tartaglia IDW About the only thing good I can say about this book is that it was pretty.   The art was outstanding.   The images were vivid and the contrast in colors between the characters was interesting, and at least encouraged you to keep turning the page.   The first image I saw with the Seraph holding a guitar instantly made me think of Icarus, Sam and Paige Gunthrie’s little brother, from X-Men.   (read “In The Arms of An A...

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