Recently reviewed by me at CBR: Eternals #5 about which I write the following sentences: "'Eternals' is the graphic narrative equivalent of NBC's 'Heroes.' Sure, we see more costumed characters on the pages, but the way the comic jumps from location to location and from slow-as-molasses subplot to subplot feels just like the first season of Tim Kring's television show. I stuck with that show until the season one finale, but I don't think I'll be sticking with this comic book for that long. It's not just that so little happens, it's that what does happen seems imposed and unimportant. A character in issue #5 gets beaten to a pulp, and has his back broken, and we don't even really know why. Yet that's the only major event in the past five months of the series. Other than that, it's a lot of anxious characters talking about what's to come, and a lingering sense of doom that does nothing to illuminate the lives of these proto-gods in any way."
Read the entire review HERE.