Eternal Warrior, Vol. 1: Sword of the Wild (COMIC BOOK REVIEW)


Gilad, the Eternal Warrior. Literally a warrior blessedcursed to live out all eternity, to kill for Earth – one of the gods in the Valiant Universe. A character like Gilad is extremely interesting, because he’s a character you can place in just about any time period, and pit him against an enemy in just about any war. Greg Pak, the book’s writer, does just this… Or tries anyhow. Where it should make the book feel a bit more rounded, it comes across scattered in actuality.

At the start of each issue we see Gilad in different time periods. Some stretch back over 6000 years. Others are a bit more recent, colonial or other. The disparate time periods add only to his legend, and not to the overall story. There’s also the overlaying story that takes place in the modern day. We never do find out within these four issues…

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