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Eternos 1 comic review, by Kieron Gillen and Esad Ribic

This year’s premiere of the movie “Eternals” Marvel Studios has made Marvel Comics decide to rededicate its place to the Eternals in the world of comics. This group of characters, although it was created decades ago, has not had the importance that many would want in the comics. In fact, his stage in the cartoons has been rather intermittent, due to the little attraction he has had from Marvel fans. In fact, its presence in the different Marvel Comics crossovers has been rather reduced.
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Kieron Gillen to end Die with #20

Writer Kieron Gillen and artist Stephanie Hans will conclude their Image Comics creator-owned title Die with #20 (perhaps a clever in-joke for tabletop RPG players with their own collections of 20-sided dice). The final arc will kick off in May's Die #16. The arc, titled 'Bleed,' remains somewhat of a...
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Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie take on Batman

Longtime friends and collaborators Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie are reuniting for a new short story in a whole new world: DC. The UK duo is working on a Batman vs. Riddler short for April 27's Batman: Black and White #5. A story which, according to DC, "pits Batman against the Riddler in a way you’ve never seen before!"

With 'Eternals,' Kieron Gillen is paving the way for Marvel's movie future

If you want to know what’s coming down the road in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, just read the newest comics from the House of Ideas. Case in point, the upcoming Disney+ show WandaVision is expected to borrow heavily from 2015's comic storyline House of M, while the MCU sequel Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness could take its inspiration from 2017's Doctor Strange and the Sorcerers Supreme.