PORTLAND, Ore. 10.21.2020 — The fourth and final story arc of the bestselling fantasy series Seven to Eternity by writer Rick Remender (The Scumbag, Deadly Class, Black Science) and artist Jerome Opeña (Fear Agent, Punisher) will begin with issue #14 this November.
The series is projected to come to its breathtaking conclusion in 2021 with an extra-length Seven to Eternity #17.
"We've spent over half a decade on this series, and everyone involved has worked themselves to death to make sure we land the plane in the same high style we launched it with," said Remender. "Jerome and Matt have put an ungodly amount of love into every single panel and we are all so excited to share the final leg of the journey with our patient readers."
In next month’s issue, Adam and The Mud King must make a final sacrifice before it does. The origin of the Springs revealed. One giant evil consumes everything, and you celebrate it excitedly.
Seven to Eternity #14 Cover A by Opeña & Hollingsworth (Diamond Code SEP200054) and Seven to Eternity #14 Cover B by Julian Totino Tedesco (Diamond Code SEP200055) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, November 18.
Seven to Eternity #15 Cover A by Opeña & Hollingsworth (Diamond Code OCT200223) and Seven to Eternity #15 Cover B by Tula Lotay (Diamond Code OCT200224) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, December 16.
Seven to Eternity is available for purchase across many digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play.
Select praise for Seven to Eternity:
“Opeña illustrates the narrative's magic and adventure in an eye-popping epic scale.” —Comic Book Resources
“There are few sure-fire pairings in life. The sandwich industry lives on peanut butter and jelly. Cinema has its Han Solos and its Chewbaccas. And in comics, we have Rick Remender and Jerome Opeña.” —IGN
“In Opeña, Remender has found a talented and imaginative artist to confidently and capably bring to life a sci-fi fantasy series of this nature… With this being so sci-fi/fantasy influenced, you may be reminded in Opeña’s art of the worlds of Flash Gordon under Alex Raymond’s masterful nib, or Al Williamson too. The whole series, stylistically and artistically, has something of an echo of past masters about it.” —Tripwire magazine