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Eternal Soulfire #4

Miya’s secret desire to reconnect with the ghost of her father may spell trouble for her tribe of warriors, and if that wasn’t bad enough, Cassidy and the others find themselves in the crosshairs again! 

In this issue of Eternal Soulfire, Cassidy and her winged associates travel to Johannesburg for some reason. The space marines that are dedicated to killing magical people are still looking for them, and they find out that they’re in Africa. Uh oh! Things heat up for the group following a rather embarrassing incident. Will Cassidy and her team of magic buddies be able to escape the sweet embrace of death, or is this the end of the line?

I’ve enjoyed Eternal Soulfire since its first issue, and this one is no exception...

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Eternal Soulfire #3

Michael Turner’s classic action-adventure series re-emerges with a brand new era of mystery and magic! Plagued by tragedy from her ancient past, Miya is determined to stand against the darker elements of magic. But in seeking out a ghost from her past, will it bring about her own doom?

In this edition of Eternal Soulfire, we learn more about the origins of Miya. Miya is a fairy goddess who leads an uprising of like-minded magic individuals. She’s had a rather turbulent past, having been victim to constant war and destruction. She’s seen far more death than one person should ever have to see, and she isn’t quite sure if she can live up to and accept her messiah reputation. Finally, a character I can relate to! People always tell me that I’m a messiah and it’s getting old.

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Eternal Soulfire #2

Forced to leave her old life behind, Cassidy is on the run from a secret military force that sees her as the ultimate threat. She’s tired. She’s scared. She’s alone. Well, she was alone until her path crosses with Miya, a mysterious warrior of unbelievable strength and power. But the real question is – are things about to get better…or worse? 

I believe it was Arthur C C. Clarke that said “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” If you showed Mr. Clarke the crazy hybrid techno-magic that’s present in the Eternal Soulfire universe, his head would probably explode. In this issue, Cassidy’s magic wings went viral and make her the target of the Magic Police. The Magic Police are convinced that people like her use their power for evil and must be stopped...

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Eternal Soulfire #1

The world of magic and technology have finally collided! And, with it, a new cast of characters will rise. Cassidy, a young high school student with a very big secret, will discover that magic is not only real—but will change her life forever in ways she never could’ve imagined. Meanwhile, Miya, the ancient warrior from the earliest days of the Soulfire Universe, has returned with a vengeance—and both of their paths will be inextricably united! 

High school can be horrible experience. Hormones are raging, cliques are forming, and you have to wake up at like six AM. Now imagine you were in high school and had magic powers! Even worse, having magic powers ostracized you and made you the target of the Magic Police. This is the premise behind Eternal Soulfire. In a crazy world where te...

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Eternal Soulfire 1

The war between magic and technology is over, and the world has blended into a technologically advanced era of limitless potential. For some, this ideological bliss is far from a good thing as a young woman, Cassidy finds herself changing into something she can not comprehend, while a police officer is inducted into a monster hunting squad after he survives a dragon attack that wipes out his team. And if that wasn’t enough the bloodthirsty Mayet is back for vengeance.

Eternal Soulfire delivers everything that we have come to expect from a Michael Turner comic. The art is bold, vibrant, and colorful. The first issue has a nice layout balance, that makes the book very readable. There is also variation in the lettering style to give emphasis and tone changes from scene to scene...

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