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Dec 22, Rod Brown rated it it was ok. And they are about as effective as Zan and Jayna when they take form of a puddle and shape of a mouse. Rion and Tair I cannot remember which is the male and which is the female even a few days later meander around accomplishing nothing for the whole book. Luna's art can be stif "Wonder Twin powers, activate! If I never get around to picking up the second volume at the library sometime down the road, I won't feel like I'm missing anything.
Dec 05, Shannon Appelcline rated it it was ok Shelves: comics-fantasy , comics , comics-indy. 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.
Overall, a shockingly mundane fantasy with shockingly mundane art. The fiery powers of the protagonists are sort of interesting, in a Brandon-Sanderson-magic sort of way. But they never get more detailed th A slave discovers she has magic powers.
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But they never get more detailed than that. The characters are definitely not interesting. I don't think they could have been more bland and less well characterized. The world: I suppose it could be interesting, but it doesn't have much depth, and the last issue shocker suggests we're going with pretty generic fantasy tropes. Oct 15, Carrie rated it liked it. 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.
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There are three suns. Like, some things are cool or weird, but the story is basically: two slaves in separate parts of the world gain the ability to wield fire-swords, escape their villages, find each other, and try to escape the empire together. The trouble is there's no r I was intrigued enough that I got the first three issues at once and then the next two as they came out. The trouble is there's no real sense of who they are as people or who the empress is besides that she's bad and enslaves people.
The art is fine, a little simple. One thing that bothered me is that all the action scenes have the characters making random noises like "gkk" and "nng.
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I'm a little torn over whether I want to continue this. If I do, I'll wait until vol 2 is out and get it from the library. Oct 22, Lis Carey rated it liked it Shelves: f-sf , graphic-story , fiction , arcs. 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 other, they discover they have the power to control fire.
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Events soon convince them they have no choice but to use this power to fight the empire, but how? Tair and Roin are both likable and interesting, w 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. Tair and Roin are both likable and interesting, with plausibly different points of view.
The world is definitely not our world; it has three suns. It also has dragons, and that turns out to matter a great deal. The story doesn't seem terribly original, but it's enjoyable, and our protagonists are likable. I also enjoyed the art, which helped me slip into the story. It's a pleasant way to spend some down time. I received a free electronic galley of this book from the publisher, and am reviewing it voluntarily. Jan 30, John rated it it was amazing. This is a story of two young "workers" essentially slaves that live in an empire where everything is done to serve the empress.
I don't want to say more because I don't want to spoil anyone, but the story and the world created is fascinating.
While there is very little dialogue understandable IMO given the life circumstances of the main characters the art is really wonderful and does much of the storytelling. I really hope the creators get to finish the story and it doesn't get cancelled. Feb 10, Abigail rated it really liked it. Sarah Vaughn with the help of Jonathan Luna creates an intriguing world of danger, warfare and suspense. The reader is thrown into the world and gets to know it organically as the story moves along.
The main characters: Tair and Rion capture your heart the instant you meet them. There hasn't been a lot of characterization yet but the story is just beginning and "Eternal Empire" by Sarah Vaughn and illustrated by Jonathan Luna is a great entry into a fantasy world that is both gorgeous and cruel. There hasn't been a lot of characterization yet but the story is just beginning and I feel that the author is just getting started with these characters.
The illustrations by Jonathan Luna are simple yet brilliant. You will fly through this volume and then wish desperately that the next one will come soon.
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Fabulous introduction to the world of Saia. Sep 11, Alex E rated it liked it. This book's most striking thing is the art. I love Luna's art as it is expressive yet subtle at the same time. It doesn't have that bombastic quality that a lot of artist rely on, but instead relies on the quieter moments and subtle looks that the characters give in order to help us understand the characters and the situation better.
But that's not to take away from the plot. The plot is good if not light on the details. This volume is definitely the "setup" volume. We don't get alot of answers, This book's most striking thing is the art.
We don't get alot of answers, but our heroes start their journey and find out some surprising things about themselves. I'm definitely going to read the second volume and hope that they can stick the landing on this one. Eternal Empire is the beginning of a fantasy book that feels like its missing quite a pieces.
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The appeal to most fantasy books are the gigantic worlds created by the authors. Here it feels very sparse. Luna's art, which is purposefully sparse doesn't help. Its good line work, it just mesh well with the plot. The protagonists' dialogue is very stiff and the story moves too quickly. The back story is limited and there is no exposition. Overall, a poor outing to start something that's intended to b Eternal Empire is the beginning of a fantasy book that feels like its missing quite a pieces.
Overall, a poor outing to start something that's intended to be so grand. Nov 06, Scott Moore rated it it was ok. This volume was a little bland. That characters just did things with no real motivation. Sure the empire was a horrible place but we were just left to assume why. The characters just see a single vision, before moving off. They meet each other, gain powers, defeat guards, and yet never really have any reactions to it. It felt like a story that went from A-Z but forgot all of the middle letters.
The artwork fit the story, however, it did not stand out.
It did not add to the story as so many artis This volume was a little bland. It did not add to the story as so many artist can. Still better than I can do, so the art raises the book another star. Nov 22, Ruthsic rated it it was ok Shelves: fantasy , adult , galleys , manga-graphicnovel. Warnings: bestiality, violence, murder The story in Eternal Empire begins with the establishment of a line of queens, who are part-dragon and part-human, and fully evil. The current ruler is a tyrant and two workers, Tair and Rion, who have been subject to conditions that can best be described as slavery, have visions and find their way to each other to discover they have powers.
However, the army of the Eternal Empress is waging war everywhere and the only safe place left will take them through Warnings: bestiality, violence, murder The story in Eternal Empire begins with the establishment of a line of queens, who are part-dragon and part-human, and fully evil.
However, the army of the Eternal Empress is waging war everywhere and the only safe place left will take them through a warzone.