SHOUT! Factory brings ETERNALS to DVD for Marvel Fans!

Released this week from SHOUT! Factory and Marvel Knights comes storytelling and animation that fans have come to love with ETERNALS.

This DVD tells the story of medical student Mark Curry, a man who’s world is about to be re-arranged in a big way. Curry meets Ike Harris who is from a centuries-old race of super-powered beings. Now on Earth he wants to help save the planet. What Mark finds harder to believe than any of the things Ike tells him is that he, Mark, is one of them!

This highly anticipated Marvel Knights Animation release boasts unparalleled storytelling combined with rich visual animation and an exclusive behind-the-scenes bonus feature that provides an intimate look at the development of this amazing story. This deluxe DVD is collected in a unique comic book style packaging that bridges the comic book to DVD concept.

Best-selling author, Neil Gaiman (Marvel: 1602) is joined by superstar artist, John Romita Jr. (Amazing Spider-Man), to bring you the extraordinary tale of the Eternals. Marvel Knights Animation has made a watcher out of me for sure. They continue with graphic storytelling and illustrations that are everything fans have come to expect.

Special Bonus Content: A Look Back at Eternals with artist John Romita Jr. and the packaging is done in a unique comic book style that bridges the comic book to DVD concept.

TUBS OF POPCORN: I give ETERNALS three tubs of popcorn out of five. I truly have been enjoying Marvel Knights because what I didn’t know about comic books stories and storylines, I am definitely learning now.

The story is very cool, especially to come in at the beginning and I can’t wait to see where it goes. Yes, I could find the comic book and read but I really have become a fan of the animation presented in the DVD’s. Shout! Factory has done an amazing job bringing this to fans.

In the end – it is the mystery of the ETERNALS.

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