Eternal Empire, Vol. 1 by Sarah Vaughn

Eternal Empire, Vol. 1

JONATHAN LUNA (ALEX + ADA, THE SWORD, Spider-Woman: Origin) and SARAH VAUGHN (ALEX + ADA, Deadman: Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love, Ruined) return with ETERNAL EMPIRE, a fantasy epic!The Eternal Empress has waged war against the countries of Saia for over 100 years, and now her sights are set on the last country standing. But within the brutal Empire's workforce, a young ma...

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Eternal Empire, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Artemy
    Eternal Empire is the new book by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn, the creators of wonderful series Alex + Ada. Unfortunately, it's nowhere near as good.It's a fantasy story, and a really uninspired one at that. It's set in the world where the poor people are enslaved and oppressed by the evil empire...
  • Logan
    An Okay read! So this is my first book from this creative team, I never read Alex and Ada(But I heard good things), and since this was fantasy series I thought I'd give this a read. So the story is of a world with multiple nations at war, The Empire are the main military force, and have taken most o...
  • Carrie
    I was intrigued enough that I got the first three issues at once and then the next two as they came out. Ultimately, though, there's just not world or character or story to ground me as a reader. There are half-dragon people? There are three suns. Like, some things are cool or weird, but the story i...
  • Chad
    I'm shocked this is the same creative team behind the wonderful Alex + Ada. Set in a fantasy world where it's implied a human has sex with a dragon horse to create a new race to fight off foreign invaders. Flash 140 years later, the invaders have taken over most of the world and the humans are slave...
  • Lis Carey
    In a world where the Eternal Empress has ruled for a thousand years, she's on the verge of conquering the last parts of it still not under her control. Into this world, two unusual young people have been born. Tair is white-haired and very pale; Roin is oddly orange in color.When they find each othe...
  • Ashley Brooks
    I really like the concept of this series, but it's just not doing it for me. Something is missing, in the writing I think, that should be pulling me in and making me want to continue. It's got all the right elements for a great fantasy story but it's lacking depth all around....
  • [Shai] The Bibliophage
    Eternal Empire is a graphic novel written and illustrated by the same author and illustrator of the Alex + Ada comic series. This first volume of Eternal Empire compiles issues from one to five, and it is about the story of Saia and its people, particularly the two protagonists: Tair and Rion. Tair ...
  • Online Eccentric Librarian
    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ I have vivid memories of Lisa Simpson, of the Simpsons TV show, describing school textbooks as having gone through 'a monstrous deflavorizing machine." That description kept popping up while reading Eternal Empire. Everythin...
  • Shannon Appelcline
    A slave discovers she has magic powers. She tries to escape. (That's issue #1.) A slave discovers he has magic powers. He tries to escape. (That's issue #2.) I'm surprised any reader of the periodical stuck around to issue #3. But two issues later, they decide to do something with their powers.Overa...

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