MCU Eternals Unleash Their Powers In Marvel Comic Art

The powers of the Eternals are fully on display in two new comic book covers featuring the heroes’ version of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Spoilers for Marvel Eternals and the ongoing comic series below

by marvel Eternals are playing in their own Marvel Comics covers, as the Marvel Cinematic Heroes will receive the comic book treatment in new variations for Eternals # 7. This week, Marvel Comics revealed new images featuring Richard Madden’s Ikaris, Salma Hayek’s Ajak and Gemma Chan’s Sersi, highlighting the powers of the Eternals in two new covers.

On Wednesday, Marvel released the latest trailer for Eternals. The Chloe Zhao-directed film will feature the ancient cosmic heroes created by Jack Kirby as they battle the looming threat of the Deviants. The trailer showed the Eternals using their powers while introducing the Celestials, who told them not to interfere with Earth’s greatest tragedies, including when Thanos erased half of all life from reality. Eternals appears to be an exciting new chapter in Marvel Phase 4. Ahead of the Eternals’ big screen debut, the heroes will have their own comic book covers, showing the star-studded cast as comic book versions of the heroes they play.

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The first of two variations from Marvel Studios for Eternals # 7 by Clayton Henry presents the heroes of Eternals dressed in their colorful costumes while some use their powers. In the image, Richard Madden’s Ikaris uses his heat vision, Lauren Ridloff’s incredible speed of Makkari is shown in full screen, Kumail Nanjiani’s Kingo shoots energy blasts from his hands and Bryan Tyree Henry’s advanced Phastos technology. Delivers a powerful blast of energy.

Eternals MCU Comic Book Cover

Alexander Lozano’s cover features the Eternals fighting against the Heavenly, Arishem the judge. The cover features even more Eternals, including Barry Keoghan’s Druig – who could end up being a villain in the film if the story follows its comedic roots. In the image, Don Lee’s Gilgamesh and Angelina Jolie’s Thena are shown using their powers, including the latter summoning his energy spear.


Eternals MCU Comic Book Cover

It’s always good to see Marvel Comics promoting its films in its comics and vice versa. In the Eternals case, the comic book by Kieron Gillen, Esad Ribic, and Matthew Wilson did an incredible job reintroducing the mighty heroes while also introducing elements of the upcoming MCU movie. For example, Ajak and Makkari are portrayed as women for the first time, just like in the movie.

The two superb news Eternals The covers should get fans excited for what’s to come in the MCU and Marvel Comics. The variants for Eternals # 7 will hit comic bookstores on November 3. Meanwhile, the Eternals will arrive in the Marvel Cinematic Universe two days later on November 5.


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