Kid Eternity, Book One

Kid Eternity, Book One Ever Wonder Who S Calling The Shots Ever Wonder If Those In Control Are Reviewing All The Resumes If Not, Consider The Case Of Kid Eternity Everyone Knows Someone Like The Kid The Dude Who Seems Just Too Cool To Live In His Case, Though, It S True Kid Eternity Is Dead, Though He Tries Not To Let That Cramp His Style In A Lot Of Ways, He S A Pretty Typical Teenager Interested In The World In His Head Than In The Job At Hand, Which Is To Help Humanity Raise Its Consciousness And Climb The Next Rung Of Evolution S LadderWhen Your Whole After Life Is Just One Thing After Another, You Tend To Be Pretty Jaded And Things Get Awfully Weird Before The Kid Even Starts His QuestCollecting Ann Nocenti S Kid Eternity

Ann Nocenti is most noted as an editor for Marvel Comics, for whom she edited New Mutants and The Uncanny X Men She made her comics writing debut on a brief run of Spider Woman 47 50 and subsequently wrote a long run of Daredevil 1st series 236 291 minus 237 from 1986 to 1991, directly following on from Frank Miller s definitive Born Again storyline She also wrote the 1986 Longshot limi

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Kid Eternity, Book One
  • Ann Nocenti
  • English
  • 22 January 2018
  • 9781401268145

10 thoughts on “Kid Eternity, Book One

  1. says:

    I loved Morrison s Kid Eternity, so I was eager to see what Vertigo did next with the character Unfortunately, this is entirely incoherent.It s like someone tried to write a Grant Morrison comic, but they didn t understand that his comics have depth Tropes and symbolism The weirdness is there, but it hides something deeper This, it s just weirdness.There s no plot The characters are one dimensional They wander around and stuff happens, and none of it makes a lick of sense I can t believe that Vertigo published a year and a half of this.

  2. says:

    I couldn t finish it Started out as an interesting quest trying to find the next child born to be the Dalai Lama, but then just got too weird where nothing really was happening while too much was happening.

  3. says:

    I m not a comic book reader, so my opinion might be biased because of that but I had a sense that there was no story and no proper characters Everything was quite messy and hard to follow but there were some sharp lines that I liked.

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