vagrantsaint's Eternals #4 - The Song of the Sleeper! review

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I never really followed the Eternals back in the day.  Honestly, I didn't even know very much about them until the Neil Gaiman mini-series that came out a few years back.  The only reason I even bought that was, well, it's Neil Gaiman.  I mean c'mon.  I did like the mini, with exception of the very last issue, which didn't seem very planned and was probably only a lead into this series.  It's just been so long that I can't remember.
Anyways, in this issue Sersi confronts the dreaming eternal about the changes it's making within him that she believes are killing him.  All the while Thena and Ikaris confront Phastos about his Eternal background.
I think they switched up the artist on this one.  Wait, no, it's still Daniel Acuna, but man this seems like some sloppy work of his.  What's going on lately with this?  A lot of artists seem to be getting sloppy lately.  Maybe I'm just too much of a stickler.  I dunno.  
I did like the confrontation between Sersi and the dreaming eternal, and the stuff that he told her.  I also really enjoyed the scene with Gilgamesh near the end.  Kudos to Charles Knauf on those ones.
Until next time...


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