Seven to Eternity #5 Goes Back for Second Printing (and Spawn Month Covers Available for Preorder)

Image Comics is pleased to announce that SEVEN TO ETERNITY #5 of the bestselling series written by Rick Remender, drawn by Jerome Opeña, and colored by Matt Hollingsworth has gone back to print again in order to keep up with ongoing growth in customer demand.

SEVEN TO ETERNITY #5 marks the beginning of an all-new story arc for the hot sci-fi western series. Here, Adam Osidis and the Mosak come to a crossroads. The choices they make here will echo throughout the lands of Zhal for all eternity.

The bestselling series SEVEN TO ETERNITY introduced readers to the chilling villain known as, The God of Whispers—a dark tyrant who has spread an omnipresent paranoia to every corner of the kingdom of Zhal. The God of Whispers’ spies hide in every hall spreading mistrust and fear. Adam Osidis, a dying knight from a disgraced house, must choose between joining a hopeless band of magic users in their desperate bid to free their world of the evil God, or submitting to the evil God for the opportunity to gain everything Adam’s heart desires.

When books sell out at the distributor level, AKA Diamond Comics, it does not mean you will not be able to find them in stores, it just means that one they sell out additional first prints cannot be obtained.

The following will all be available on Wednesday, May 24th. The final order cutoff deadline for comics retailers is Monday, May 1st:
SEVEN TO ETERNITY #5, 2nd printing (Diamond Code MAR178501)
SEVEN TO ETERNITY #6 Cover A Jerome Opeña & Matt Hollingsworth (Diamond Code MAR170780)
SEVEN TO ETERNITY #6 Cover B James Harren (Diamond Code MAR170781)
SEVEN TO ETERNITY #6 Cover C SPAWN (Diamond Code FEB178671)
SEVEN TO ETERNITY #6 Cover D SPAWN B&W (Diamond Code MAR178017)


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4 Responses to Seven to Eternity #5 Goes Back for Second Printing (and Spawn Month Covers Available for Preorder)

  1. Cyber Golem says:

    Yea I really like this series. But there are way too many different covers each month. I smell Marvel copy cats.

    • agentpoyo says:

      It’s certainly a way to boost sales.. especially for the completists.. For those that usually buy just one copy find themselves buying 2 or 3 (depending on how many covers they have) to fulfill the need to have the complete collection.

      Imagine a local shop has around 20 readers who want a book on their pull.. instead of them ordering 20 to fulfill those orders, they have to order 40 or 60 due to the extra covers that those readers might also want.

      So, yeah.. it’s a great tactic to boost sales with different covers even though the rest of the book is all the same.

  2. Vann says:

    This is a surprise sell-out to me. Like really? Which retailer(s) was/were caught short-handed? I’m smelling the “marketing” rats at Image pumping the numbers and garnering free press…..

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