Moments ago in Seattle at Image Expo 2016 , Rick Remender announced Seven to Eternity , a blisteringly ambitious take on the fantasy genre illustrated by Jerome Opeña and colored by Matt Hollingsworth. The project chronicles the adventures of a dying knight, Adam Osidis, who sets out to slay the insidious God of Whispers—a musical demon deity who manipulates humanity and conjures snake-wolf hybrids from the earth. Like the inhabitants of this new world, Zhal, we’re all ears.

The series marks the fifth original property Remender has recently erected at Image Comics, following the surreal sci-fi dystopias of Black Science , Low and Tokyo Ghost and the ‘80s grindhouse Bildungsroman in Deadly Class . Seven to Eternity is also an Image Comics reunion for Remender and Opeña, who worked together on the comic Strange Girl before collaborating on Fear Agent , Punisher , Uncanny X-Force and Avengers: Rage of Ultron .

Outside the red tape of established properties, Opeña and Remender are embracing the creative freedom of this infant fiction. Opeña cites the surreal escapism of Moebius ( Metal Hurlant ) as a key inspiration, while Remender is creating a unique take on the genre, filled with unconventional powers and a supernatural spiritual ecosystem. Matt Hollingsworth, whose colors have graced projects as diverse as Matt Fraction and David Aja’s urban epic Hawkeye to Scott Snyder and Jock’s feverish horror opus Wytches , lends shocking blues and sunrise gradients to Opeña’s chiseled line work.

The names of the days of the week in many languages are derived from the names of the classical planets in Hellenistic astrology , which were in turn named after contemporary deities, a system introduced in by the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity . In some other languages, the days are named after corresponding deities of the regional culture, either beginning with Sunday or with Monday . In the international standard ISO 8601 , Monday is treated as the first day of the week.

Between the 1st and 3rd centuries, the Roman Empire gradually replaced the eight-day Roman nundinal cycle with the seven-day week. Our earliest evidence for this new system is a Pompeiian graffito referring to the 6th February ( viii idus Februarius ) of the year AD 60 as dies solis ("Sunday"). [1] Another early witness is a reference to a lost treatise by Plutarch , written in about AD 100, which addressed the question of Why are the days named after the planets reckoned in a different order from the actual order? . [2]

The days were named after the planets of Hellenistic astrology , in the order Sun, Moon, Mars ( Ares ), Mercury ( Hermes ), Jupiter ( Zeus ), Venus ( Aphrodite ) and Saturn ( Cronos ). [3]

Moments ago in Seattle at Image Expo 2016 , Rick Remender announced Seven to Eternity , a blisteringly ambitious take on the fantasy genre illustrated by Jerome Opeña and colored by Matt Hollingsworth. The project chronicles the adventures of a dying knight, Adam Osidis, who sets out to slay the insidious God of Whispers—a musical demon deity who manipulates humanity and conjures snake-wolf hybrids from the earth. Like the inhabitants of this new world, Zhal, we’re all ears.

The series marks the fifth original property Remender has recently erected at Image Comics, following the surreal sci-fi dystopias of Black Science , Low and Tokyo Ghost and the ‘80s grindhouse Bildungsroman in Deadly Class . Seven to Eternity is also an Image Comics reunion for Remender and Opeña, who worked together on the comic Strange Girl before collaborating on Fear Agent , Punisher , Uncanny X-Force and Avengers: Rage of Ultron .

Outside the red tape of established properties, Opeña and Remender are embracing the creative freedom of this infant fiction. Opeña cites the surreal escapism of Moebius ( Metal Hurlant ) as a key inspiration, while Remender is creating a unique take on the genre, filled with unconventional powers and a supernatural spiritual ecosystem. Matt Hollingsworth, whose colors have graced projects as diverse as Matt Fraction and David Aja’s urban epic Hawkeye to Scott Snyder and Jock’s feverish horror opus Wytches , lends shocking blues and sunrise gradients to Opeña’s chiseled line work.

The names of the days of the week in many languages are derived from the names of the classical planets in Hellenistic astrology , which were in turn named after contemporary deities, a system introduced in by the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity . In some other languages, the days are named after corresponding deities of the regional culture, either beginning with Sunday or with Monday . In the international standard ISO 8601 , Monday is treated as the first day of the week.

Between the 1st and 3rd centuries, the Roman Empire gradually replaced the eight-day Roman nundinal cycle with the seven-day week. Our earliest evidence for this new system is a Pompeiian graffito referring to the 6th February ( viii idus Februarius ) of the year AD 60 as dies solis ("Sunday"). [1] Another early witness is a reference to a lost treatise by Plutarch , written in about AD 100, which addressed the question of Why are the days named after the planets reckoned in a different order from the actual order? . [2]

The days were named after the planets of Hellenistic astrology , in the order Sun, Moon, Mars ( Ares ), Mercury ( Hermes ), Jupiter ( Zeus ), Venus ( Aphrodite ) and Saturn ( Cronos ). [3]

56th International Art Exhibition   la Biennale di Venezia ‘ALL THE WORLD’S FUTURES’ ITALIAN PAVILION ‘Codice Italia’ , Tese delle Vergini, Arsenale, Venice

Wahrheiten – Zeitgenössische Kunst im Dialog mit alten Meistern Werke aus der SØR Rusche Sammlung Oelde/Berlin, Museum Abtei Liesborn, Wadersloh

VI° ART PRIZE VAF FOUNDATION. Current positions of Italian Art , Stadtgalerie, Kiel; Schauwerk, Sindelfingen; Palazzo della Penna, Perugia

Moments ago in Seattle at Image Expo 2016 , Rick Remender announced Seven to Eternity , a blisteringly ambitious take on the fantasy genre illustrated by Jerome Opeña and colored by Matt Hollingsworth. The project chronicles the adventures of a dying knight, Adam Osidis, who sets out to slay the insidious God of Whispers—a musical demon deity who manipulates humanity and conjures snake-wolf hybrids from the earth. Like the inhabitants of this new world, Zhal, we’re all ears.

The series marks the fifth original property Remender has recently erected at Image Comics, following the surreal sci-fi dystopias of Black Science , Low and Tokyo Ghost and the ‘80s grindhouse Bildungsroman in Deadly Class . Seven to Eternity is also an Image Comics reunion for Remender and Opeña, who worked together on the comic Strange Girl before collaborating on Fear Agent , Punisher , Uncanny X-Force and Avengers: Rage of Ultron .

Outside the red tape of established properties, Opeña and Remender are embracing the creative freedom of this infant fiction. Opeña cites the surreal escapism of Moebius ( Metal Hurlant ) as a key inspiration, while Remender is creating a unique take on the genre, filled with unconventional powers and a supernatural spiritual ecosystem. Matt Hollingsworth, whose colors have graced projects as diverse as Matt Fraction and David Aja’s urban epic Hawkeye to Scott Snyder and Jock’s feverish horror opus Wytches , lends shocking blues and sunrise gradients to Opeña’s chiseled line work.

The names of the days of the week in many languages are derived from the names of the classical planets in Hellenistic astrology , which were in turn named after contemporary deities, a system introduced in by the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity . In some other languages, the days are named after corresponding deities of the regional culture, either beginning with Sunday or with Monday . In the international standard ISO 8601 , Monday is treated as the first day of the week.

Between the 1st and 3rd centuries, the Roman Empire gradually replaced the eight-day Roman nundinal cycle with the seven-day week. Our earliest evidence for this new system is a Pompeiian graffito referring to the 6th February ( viii idus Februarius ) of the year AD 60 as dies solis ("Sunday"). [1] Another early witness is a reference to a lost treatise by Plutarch , written in about AD 100, which addressed the question of Why are the days named after the planets reckoned in a different order from the actual order? . [2]

The days were named after the planets of Hellenistic astrology , in the order Sun, Moon, Mars ( Ares ), Mercury ( Hermes ), Jupiter ( Zeus ), Venus ( Aphrodite ) and Saturn ( Cronos ). [3]

56th International Art Exhibition   la Biennale di Venezia ‘ALL THE WORLD’S FUTURES’ ITALIAN PAVILION ‘Codice Italia’ , Tese delle Vergini, Arsenale, Venice

Wahrheiten – Zeitgenössische Kunst im Dialog mit alten Meistern Werke aus der SØR Rusche Sammlung Oelde/Berlin, Museum Abtei Liesborn, Wadersloh

VI° ART PRIZE VAF FOUNDATION. Current positions of Italian Art , Stadtgalerie, Kiel; Schauwerk, Sindelfingen; Palazzo della Penna, Perugia

This issue is a variant of Seven to Eternity (Image, 2016 series) #1 [Cover A] . There exist further variants.

Moments ago in Seattle at Image Expo 2016 , Rick Remender announced Seven to Eternity , a blisteringly ambitious take on the fantasy genre illustrated by Jerome Opeña and colored by Matt Hollingsworth. The project chronicles the adventures of a dying knight, Adam Osidis, who sets out to slay the insidious God of Whispers—a musical demon deity who manipulates humanity and conjures snake-wolf hybrids from the earth. Like the inhabitants of this new world, Zhal, we’re all ears.

The series marks the fifth original property Remender has recently erected at Image Comics, following the surreal sci-fi dystopias of Black Science , Low and Tokyo Ghost and the ‘80s grindhouse Bildungsroman in Deadly Class . Seven to Eternity is also an Image Comics reunion for Remender and Opeña, who worked together on the comic Strange Girl before collaborating on Fear Agent , Punisher , Uncanny X-Force and Avengers: Rage of Ultron .

Outside the red tape of established properties, Opeña and Remender are embracing the creative freedom of this infant fiction. Opeña cites the surreal escapism of Moebius ( Metal Hurlant ) as a key inspiration, while Remender is creating a unique take on the genre, filled with unconventional powers and a supernatural spiritual ecosystem. Matt Hollingsworth, whose colors have graced projects as diverse as Matt Fraction and David Aja’s urban epic Hawkeye to Scott Snyder and Jock’s feverish horror opus Wytches , lends shocking blues and sunrise gradients to Opeña’s chiseled line work.

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