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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Rebellion Releases — 26 May 2021

From the high seas of 1770 to the Western Front in 1916, follow Adam Eterno’s earliest adventures from the pages of Thunder!

The new collection of the tragic, action-filled saga of the eternal man, Adam Eterno, is now available in standard paperback from all good retailers, and as a limited edition hardcover exclusively from the Treasury of British Comics and 2000 AD webshops.

In a cellar beneath Tudor London, Adam watches as his master, the great alchemist Erasmus Hemlock, achieves his life’s goal – creating the ‘Elixir of Life’!

Resentful for his years of slavish devotion, Adam swallows the legendary potion – and with his dying breath Hemlock curses him with immortality! Unless Adam is struck with a solid gold object, he is “doomed to wander through the labyrinths of time…!”.

Created by Chris Lowder (Judge Dredd) and editor Jack LeGrand with artist Tom Kerr, Adam Eterno is one of the legendary characters of mid-20th Century British comics. Written by Tom Tully (Roy of the Rovers), the stories in this collection are beautifully illustrated with black and white art by Solano Lopez (Janus Stark), Colin Page (Billy’s Boots) and Tom Kerr.

Collecting the original stories from Thunder 17 October 1970-13 March 1971 and the Thunder Annual from 1972, 1973 and 1974, this is a unique collection of a unique character from the golden age of British comics!

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Cover: Neil Googe / Gary Caldwell (col)

Cadet Dredd: Lawbreaker by Liam Johnson (w) Jake Lynch (a) Jim Boswell (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Future Shocks: Space Expectations by Colin Harvey (w) Tom Newell (a) John Charles (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Anderson, Psi-division: Deep Burn by Cavan Scott (w) Paul Davidson (a) Matt Soffe (c) Simon Bowland (l)
Pandora Perfect: Night Of The Guffwarbler by Roger Langridge (w) Brett Parson (a) Simon Bowland (l)
Department K: Stranded by Rory Mcconville (w) PJ Holden (a) Len O’Grady (c) Jim Campbell (l)

Adam Eterno: A Hero For All Time by Tom Tully, Tom Kerr, Colin Page, Francisco Solano Lopez, Eric Dadswell, Rex Archer, Ted Kearon and Eric Bradbury
Rebellion ISBN 978-178108869-2, 27 May 2021, 128pp, £12.99. Available via Amazon.

From the high seas of 1770 to the Western Front in 1916, follow Adam Eterno’s earliest adventures from the pages of Thunder. 1580, London – Adam Eterno was working as an assistant to the great alchemist Erasmus Hemlock who had just achieved his life’s goal – creating the ‘Elixir of Life’! Adam swallowed the potion, defying his masters orders. With his last breath, Erasmus placed a curse upon Adam, wishing him immortality. Unless Adam is struck over the head with a solid gold object, he is, “doomed to wander through the labyrinths of time…!”

1 comment:

  1. Here's a nice link between these two publications. Annie Parkhouse lettered two of the stories in 2000AD, and she worked on Thunder as a bodger in her early days at IPC. She's one of the great unsung stalwarts of British comics and deserves some attention.
    I found a nice little interview with her at but it would be great if somebody sat down with her and interviewed her in depth.