Eternals: The 500 Year War, Marvel and WEBTOON announce the new digital comic

Marvel and WEBTOON have announced the new digital comic Eternals: The 500 Year War, available online today.

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He film Eternals arrived today on Disney + and Marvel Comics and WEBTOON have announced a new partnership that has resulted in the creation of a digital comic dedicated to the adventures of the superhero group.
From today it will be available on Marvel Unlimited the project entitled Eternals: The 500 Year War.

The new story will be able to count a team of authors and artists who will change according to the various countries in which the story is set. Eternals: The 500 Yar War will showcase the group of immortal superheroes during their 500-year encounters with their deadly enemies, the Deviants. Fans will then see the Eternals interact with different cultures over the years, through the artifacts that are given to them.

Among the people involved in making the seven numbers are Dan Abnett, Aki Yanagi, Jongmin Shin, Ju-Yeon Park, David Macho, Rafael Scavone, Yifan Jiang; the artists Geoffo, Rickie Yagawa, Do Gyun Kim, Magda Price, Marcio Fiorito; and Gunji. Among the colorists, however, there are Matt Milla, Carlos Macias, Fernando Sifuentes, Pete Pantazis, and Felipe Sobreiro. The authors were able to give space to personal stories linked to their country of origin, thus overcoming borders and obstacles. The digital format and the collaboration with WEBTOON will allow to reach approximately 72 million users worldwide.

Eternals, directed by Chloe Zhao, follows a group of superhuman heroes who have protected the Earth since the dawn of humanity. When monstrous creatures called Deviants, believed to have long since disappeared, mysteriously return, the Eternals must come together to defend humanity once again.

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The cast of the film includes Gemma Chan, who plays Sersi, a lover of humanity; Richard Madden, who plays the almighty Ikaris; Kumail Nanjiani, who plays Kingo, endowed with the powers of the cosmos; Lia McHugh, who plays Sprite, eternally young and yet full of wisdom; Brian Tyree Henry, who plays the intelligent inventor Phastos; Lauren Ridloff, who plays the super-fast Makkari; Barry Keoghan, who plays the lonely Druig; Don Lee, who plays the mighty Gilgamesh. Kit Harington plays Dane Whitman, while Salma Hayek plays the wise and spiritual leader Ajak and Angelina Jolie plays the fiery warrior Thena.

The film is produced by Kevin Feige and Nate Moore, while Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso and Kevin de la Noy are executive producers. The story is by Ryan Firpo & Kaz Firpo, while the screenplay is written by Chloé Zhao and Patrick Burleigh and Ryan & Kaz Firpo.

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