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From creators Andy Serkis and Andrew Levitas, Eternus takes Greek mythology in the murder mystery direction after Zeus is murdered and the sole witness is a 9-year-old blind priestess whose safety falls in the hands of Heracles (if he's sober enough to do it).
From creators Andy Serkis and Andrew Levitas! 360 CE. The great god Zeus is long dead, brutally murdered in his own temple some thirty years prior. Heracles, Zeus's son and champion, spends his days drunk and depressed as the old gods struggle to stay alive after decades of Christian disruption. When Athena's Temple is sacked by a mysterious Centurion looking for a powerful relic that once belonged to Zeus, the old gods are convinced they have found Zeus's killer. Now the mighty Heracles must sober up long enough to keep the lone witness, a 9-year-old blind priestess, alive long enough to identify the killer and finally find justice for his dead father. Cover features beautiful Rob Prior wraparound artwork!
About the Author
Don is the co-creator of History Channel's drama series KNIGHTFALL and producer of critically-acclaimed McDonald's origin story THE FOUNDER starring Michael Keaton. Handfield’s first comic series The Rift was picked up by Steven Spielberg and Amblin Entertainment for the final episode of the reboot of Amazing Stories anthology on Apple +. Handfield wrote and directed the Saturn Award winning film TOUCHBACK starring Kurt Russell. Handfield also wrote the novel, which was a top seller on Amazon and received a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly.
Handfield grew up in Indiana and Northern Virginia, and went to college at The Ohio State University before moving to Los Angeles, where he currently resides with his wife and two kids.
"Without a doubt, Eternus has an interesting story worth exploring. Comics have taken a look at these gods many times before, be it Sandman or DC Comics, but due to this story blending the rise of Christianity into the narrative, it ends up making the story feel more relevant to our day and time."
— David Brooke