THE MANY FACES OF THE ETERNAL WARRIOR
JOHN DIXON: Dixon's Eternal
Warrior was a fighter, gentleman, and romantic, all rolled into one.
Dixon's clean lines showed off more of the rogue in Gilad, rather than
the battleweary veteran.
BARRY WINDSOR-SMITH: Smith's elegant
linework showcased the Eternal Warrior's nobility. Gilad's subtle
strength was defined in Windsor-Smith's classic lines.
TED HALSTED: Hard edges and dark
scenery made Halsted's Eternal Warrior a gritty and sometimes
frightening hero. Under Halsted's pencil, Gilad was a hardened warrior
fighting what seemed to be a losing battle.
MARK MORETTI: In Moretti's hands,
the immortal Gilad showed a very real human side. Supporting characters
defined the Eternal Warrior and helped him find his purpose.
PAUL GULACY: With the new face of
Acclaim Comics, and the advent of BIRTHQUAKE, so too comes the new
Eternal Warrior. With Paul Gulacy at the helm, Gilad becomes more of
the lone warrior fighting for his own brand of justice. Gulacy's
powerful lines bring out the intensity of the new Eternal Warrior.
JACKSON GUICE: BIRTHQUAKE also
heralds the arrival of comic veteran Jackson Guice to the pages of
Eternal Warrior. Under Guice's hand, Gilad takes his battle to the
world as he shoulders the burden of rectifying mankind's injustices.
Guice brings a darker and more battle-scarred Eternal Warrior to life
with each line.