[Comic Book Review] ETERNITY #4 (of 4) from Valiant Entertainment

Eternity #4

PopCultHQ received an advance review copy of ETERNITY #4 from Valiant Entertainment. Available January 31st, the creative team for this series features writing from Matt Kindt, pencils from Trevor Hairsine, inks by Ryan Winn, colors by David Baron, and lettering from A Larger World Studios.

Here’s PopCultHQ’s spoiler-free review of…

ETERNITY #4 – Cover A by Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic

ETERNITY #4 (of 4)

Written by Matt Kindt
Pencils by Trevor Hairsine
Inks by Ryan Winn
Colors by David Baron
Letters by A Larger World Studios

Cover A by Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic
Cover B by Tom Muller
Character Design Variant by Matt Kindt
Variant Cover by Jeffrey Veregge
Pre-Order Edition by Trevor Hairsine

A cosmos in chaos!

At the farthest edge of human understanding, Abram Adams – the lost cosmonaut called Divinity – and his comrade, Myshka, have discovered the purpose of their existence in this universe… and in the next one beyond our own. Now, as a seemingly infinite pantheon of mythic gods and cosmic beings rises to meet them head on, they’ll be forced to ignite a maelstrom of untold proportions to save their child from a fate worse than annihilation… The age of Eternity is nigh!


New York Times best-selling author Matt Kindt (X-O MANOWAR) and spectacular artist Trevor Hairsine (DIVINITY) lead the thrilling finale to the ambitious feat of visionary science fiction storytelling that will forever expand theboundaries of the Valiant Universe!

PopCultHQ’s Comic Book Review:
ETERNITY #4 (of 4)


ETERNITY #4Matt has taken Valiant fans on a crazy journey over the course of this series. Now it’s all come to a head in this, the final issue. Questions will be answered, secrets will be revealed. Some of the mysteries of the universe itself laid out before Abram and Myshka. And nothing is going to ever be the same again for these two, all thanks to Matt’s storytelling.


Trevor just keeps on delivering as the artist for this series. It defies conventional comic book logic on many levels. The pages within contain the kind of artwork that will boggle the mind and raise so many questions about the cosmic worlds untouched by Abram and Myshka. Should there ever be a sequel series to Eternity, let it be that Trevor returns as the artist, for he has made his mark here with his contribution.

Ryan Winn was a solid choice on the creative team as inker. His work adds depth to much of Trevor’s artwork. Especially the use of dark inks on both human and alien anatomy, rock formations and shadows in certain places that heightens the drama unfolding on those pages.

David’s done an exceptional job as colorist. Throughout the entire run of the series, he has delivered again and again and again. Each color for each character, big and small, has sold their existence to readers. The colors he applied to both Earth and the cosmic landscapes gave everything such a realness, like readers could reach out and be there, actually be a part of the action and the story.

The letterer is the final contributor to any comic book series or trade/collection. A Larger World Studios helped sell this book and make it enjoyable through their work on the series. Alongside Matt, Trevor, Ryan and David, A Larger World Studios provided the final component by taking Matt’s scripts and providing the letters that gave the heroes, villains, and other figures voices.

PopCultHQ’s overall assessment:

A cosmic comic series on an epic scale has come to an end. This, the final chapter of Eternity, wraps up the current plot line for both Abram, Myshka and their family. But it also raises other questions too that will leave people wanting more. To all Valiant readers and fans of Abram Adams, do not miss out on issue #4.

PopCultHQ’s Rating:

5 Out of 5 Stars

ETERNITY #4 can be purchased on ComiXology
or at your local comic shop and online retailers on January 31st!

Be sure to follow the creative team!

Writer- Matt Kindt



Penciller – Trevor Hairsine






Inker – Ryan Winn






Colorist – David Baron





Letterer – A Larger World Studios






Publisher – Valiant Entertainment