Alterna Comics “Eden” Graphic Novel Review

Created by comic book writer and artist Eric Henson, ‘Eden‘ is a science fiction adventure from Alterna Comics. The graphic novel collects all four issues of the series.

Brigadier General Neriah Willis was one of the last surviving soldiers when the Earth was invaded by a powerful alien force. Heading to the supposed paradise of Eden, Willis’ ship crashlands on the supposed utopian planet of Eden. When her son gets captured, she assembles a team to help find him. As they search, Willis soon learns that the planet is far from a utopia and something is lurking in the shadows. Fortunately, Willis has a few secrets of her own to help find her missing son.

As for the artwork, it is pretty good. The character designs, coloring, and the overall aesthetics were pretty cool for the whole thing. I especially like the graphic novel cover (seen above).

Eric Henson does an excellent job with this story. I was hooked from the first page as I followed Neriah Willis’ quest to save her son from certain doom. I enjoyed the science fiction action and was shocked by the climax. You are enthralled by the tale. I will say, there was a subplot with one of the secondary characters I did not care for, but the main plot was so good, you do not feel bogged down at all. If you are looking for a good sci-fi adventure, this is the one to grab.

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