Eternals' Origins - Before The Rise of Man

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  • Published on Feb 3, 2016
  • This video looks at the origins of the Eternals as laid out in:
    What If Vol. 1 #24-28
    Agents of Atlas Vol 1 #3
    Marvel Boy: The Uranian #1-2
    This is part of an ongoing series covering all things cosmic in the Marvel Universe and meant to act as a bridge between Parts 2 & 3 of my Marvel Boy series.
    Edit for a more accurate timeline: Uranos ship was destroyed - Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 #71 states, "The Inhumans . . . were given a genetic boost some 20,000 years past." I will go ahead and state that there may be additional Marvel Comics that give a different time frame. If so, please message me or comment so that I can update this section! Thanks!
    One minor mistake I noticed: Near the end of the video I refer to the Native Uranians as Aboriginals when I should have said Aboriginoids.
    Music by Shroud courtesy of Alex Mizell:
    soundcloud.com/alexmizell/tracks

Comments • 261

  • Setta XY
    Setta XY 6 days ago

    At 4:00 youre invited to the cook out. Hmu. Id like to do music for you videos.

  • Dorian Bond
    Dorian Bond 24 days ago +1

    You noticed this too. Mmmmm Thanks for the cool video.

  • Adam
    Adam 24 days ago

    So you missed how you’re the one that points out the element of creating a sentient Caucasian race- not the comic, you- your eyes thought it relevant to bring it up- this making you the one in need of a hug and not the comic creator that was simply creating a science fiction comic for his supposed target audience at the time of this being published- it’s called marketing to your audience for this comic is not a gospel of holy writ - mental hugs to you good sir- Cheers-

  • ladydruyear
    ladydruyear 29 days ago +1

    (3:03) Chronos's way of thinking Si vis pacem, para bellum = If you want peace prepare for war.

  • Gitty Art
    Gitty Art Month ago

    They white wash everything of course.. Think about tv and more
    . Yea sound like the other way around..

  • Gaby George
    Gaby George Month ago +1

    Interestingly enough, in the original backstory given by Jim Starlin it says that Zeus/Zuras took control of Olympus and exiled Alars, whom he resented for following their Father’s pacifist tendencies.
    A comic printed in the back of What If thirteen years later in 1981 retconns this slightly, as it presents the Eternals as living in TITANOS rather than the yet-to-be-established Olympus, and it shows that Alars left willingly and of his own volition so as not to repeat the conflict between their father and uncle.
    One could argue that this is due to a case of an Unreliable Narrator, as Mar-Vell (and by extension the Audience) are relayed the former version of events by the cosmic entity Eon; whose Grandchild Era would eventually kidnap Guardians 3000 character Starhawk at birth

    • Gaby George
      Gaby George 19 days ago

      CosmicComics there’s a bunch of free websites that have scans of comics online, you know, such as Read Comic Online.
      Also I look forward to see this on trending when the Eternals Trailer debuts and people are inevitably gonna be looking it up

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  19 days ago

      Awesome. Been looking for that comic to finish up my discussion on Thanos Rising.

  • Ryan Downing
    Ryan Downing Month ago

    Didn't realize this was going to turn into a race issue. Comic book discussion is even safe from this crap anymore.

  • Robert Schmitz
    Robert Schmitz Month ago

    Why does there need to be Inhumans their the same as the Eternals? Why can you just put the Inhumans with the Eternals and the mutants and let them go by the name Eternals.

  • No Traveler Returns
    No Traveler Returns Month ago +1

    Eternals! Fighting diversity throughout eternity!

  • nutznchocolates melt-in-your-mouth

    Jack Kirby was a white man? So he created White characters?

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  Month ago

      Minority Eternals show up by issue 11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in MC. But yeah. This was my 3rd video? And they had no idea this story would have lasting power for more than 50 years. Just poking fun on the exclusion of the past leading to an absurd situation, more so than making hard political commentary. Learned to put more tongue into my cheek since then. Thanks for watching and commenting!

  • Gordon Allen
    Gordon Allen Month ago

    Before the Eternals, Jack "King" Kirby created the New Gods while with D.C. comics.

  • beatbox is music
    beatbox is music Month ago

    Just watched comic con and marvels cast for eternals and they mixed every race exactly what you mentioned regarding why only whites

  • Blaknificent09
    Blaknificent09 Month ago +3

    @3:40 valid question pertaining to most marvel comics. Maybe Jack Kirby wanted to make sure his concepts didn't get canned.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  Month ago

      This isnt social commentary as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Look at how many the stories the man wrote or created that hardly ever (or never) get discussed. Plus, they were pushing out lots of new material while worldbuilding.
      Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. I mean, the inclusion should have been there but I find humor in applying/contrasting today's standards of inclusuon with that of a bygone era.

  • Mason Watters
    Mason Watters Month ago

    Let it sink in. Rather than attempt to revive racism and harmful assumptions, think about capitalism and the comic book market at the time. The US was diverse and getting even more colorful but the wealthy trickle down, with money to spend on comics, was mostly northeastern lighter skinned males. Just how things were. Anger or criticism won’t change it. Understand things first. Get a dynamic systems kinda grasp. Then work to keep making things better. Good video and point on fighting for peace. Human. But not really.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  Month ago +1

      For sure. This was my third video? Was just tongue in cheek commentary for a channel with no subs at the time.

  • Andy Stidham
    Andy Stidham Month ago +1

    well i was gonna watch your video until u decided to bring racism into it...and now i go watch someone else's.....these are comic book characters its not real and the time period these was created was different im sure no offense was intended....comics today have all the subject matter in the world in them now smfh...

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  Month ago

      This has become my copypasta response since I get this a lot:
      This wasn't an attempt to get political as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Not every joke is going to land but kinda hard to change the set list after the fact. Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. Can we laugh at some of the absurdities of the past? This was one of my first vids and YT was an edgier place back then - learned to put a little more tongue in my tongue in cheek since then.

    • Cassidy
      Cassidy Month ago

      yes i do agree

  • william graves
    william graves Month ago

    I like enternal , a comic a lot

  • Vincent Voelz
    Vincent Voelz Month ago +3

    The lack of comic book knowledge in this video is horrifying.

  • Sean Helferty
    Sean Helferty 2 months ago

    Stopped listening at 3:40. Enough with the pc shit

  • Jennings Cunningham
    Jennings Cunningham 2 months ago

    I sit down to watch a comic book history video and get a sjw racist lecture. Not watching your videos again. I don’t read comics to listen to this crap b

  • Jordan Phillips
    Jordan Phillips 2 months ago

    The white only thing was cuz of the time it was written.

  • PressPause 2Play
    PressPause 2Play 2 months ago +5

    Your videos are EXCELLENT!!!! I truly appreciate your time in explaining this all. Brilliant.

  • Super Squid
    Super Squid 3 months ago

    everytime i ear the word URANUS i cant help myself i just laugh!

  • John Pelt
    John Pelt 3 months ago +1

    4:00 -- That's probably how it started when the King first wrote the Eternals because... well, white guy who grew up during the '20s and '30s. Since then, there's been the Meso-American Eternal, Ajak, the engineering Eternal Phastos (who inspired the Greco-Roman god Hephaestus/Vulcan despite being black), and the Japanese KIngo Sunen, who I think may have been inspired visibly by Toshiro Mifune. And of course over the years, there's been random, non-white minor Eternals usually in the background.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  3 months ago

      I usually do canned response to this. But yeah, look at the number stories Kirby had already written by that time. He had no idea that this one would stick for the next 60+ years. This was an attempt to get a little humor out of that oversight. I never thought one little joke would get this much attention. The Eternals are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel and minority Eternals show up by Issue #11. I think this was my third video. YT was edgier back then and I was still experimenting with the format. Not every joke is going to land.
      I still throw in lots of humor but have learned to style it different over time.
      Edit: thanks for commenting on it without raging.

  • Moon Godess
    Moon Godess 3 months ago

    Seriously. You have to bring race into comics? Most of The Eternals don't even look human! I suppose all the blue, purple, and orange people don't even count as races. I'm sick and tired of everything being about color or sexuality! I don't fucking care! It doesn't matter. These are charecters that have been around what , 50 years or more? Fuck you and your white hatred. There's nothing wrong with being white. There really are only 2 sexes too. It's biology stupid! You can put on a costume but that doesn't change who you are. Accept yourself and you'll have a lot less problems because you'll find out no one cares!

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  3 months ago

      This has become my copypasta response since I get this a lot:

      This isn't social commentary as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Not every joke is going to land but kinda hard to change the set list after the fact on a 3 year old video. Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. Can we laugh at some of the absurdities of the past? This was one of my first vids and YT was an edgier place back then - learned to put a little more tongue in my tongue in cheek since then.

  • ryan1976
    ryan1976 3 months ago

    I'm sure Jack Kirby, a Jew who fought in WWII wasn't thinking aboutThe Eternals as white overlords. They were based off of the Greek gods, who they would be mistaken for in ancient times. The Greek pantheon also did not have much racial diversity. So there you go.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  3 months ago

      This has become my copypasta response since I get this a lot:

      This isn't social commentary as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Not every joke is going to land but kinda hard to change the set list after the fact on a 3 year old video. Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. Can we laugh at some of the absurdities of the past? This was one of my first vids and YT was an edgier place back then - learned to put a little more tongue in my tongue in cheek since then.

  • Neu Biz-Ness
    Neu Biz-Ness 3 months ago +1

    Good Job, as you know that every MCU fan is heading here to study up before the MCU Externals movie.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  3 months ago

      I can only hope they choose my video over all the other ones. Thanks for watching!

  • zixi zhang
    zixi zhang 3 months ago +1

    why can't I like this videos twice!

  • Hilton Driver
    Hilton Driver 3 months ago

    Marvel should rename them or give them anotjher the name the Anunnaki the ancient aliens who came from a distant planet called Nibru everything the Eternals have they copy or do the same thing as the Anunnaki

  • Hilton Driver
    Hilton Driver 3 months ago

    The Moon Is Hollow Its A Space Craft of what Marvelk Calls A Celestial Ancient Alien show in this show the controls is designed for being for 50 foot

  • Hilton Driver
    Hilton Driver 3 months ago

    Adding Another Comment these Being called The Anunnaki there was an older war that Ancient Cosmic Wars they Used A device A Death Star That Destroyed A planet called Tiamat its Moon they Called Kingo became our moon

  • Hilton Driver
    Hilton Driver 3 months ago

    Yes Eternals or their Ancient Alien name the Anunnaki these god like From the Distant Planet Niburi they came to planet looking for gold had a space war with some beings called The Patricians with Ancient Allien Studies with Billy Carson and Joseph Farrell called The Ancient Cosmic Wars That inspired people like George Lucas For Starwars And Gene Roddenberry Startrek

  • Anthony Emrick
    Anthony Emrick 3 months ago +1

    I loved the What if Stories. I also liked the Versus one-offs.... So and so versus so and so.

  • mac castle
    mac castle 4 months ago

    Do this have to be poly correct & liberal channel, just let it go, these were comics written in the 60s and 70s.

    • mac castle
      mac castle 3 months ago

      I guess one can always claim ignorance, that's always possible. But in this world of PC & liberalnomics it is truly difficult to tell ones agenda. Personally! No one gets a pass howbeit, ignorant or not, everyone has an agenda. It's human nature. ; )

    • Thrillho
      Thrillho 3 months ago

      @CosmicComics op is just being a lol bitch

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago +1

      Copypasta response as I answer this a lot:
      This isnt social commentary as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. Can we laugh at some of the absurdities of the past without getting triggered? This one of my first vids and YT was an edgier place back then - learned to put a little more tongue in my tongue in cheek since then.

  • Kimble Simpson
    Kimble Simpson 4 months ago

    You mean to tell me the Uranian Marvel-Boy was an Eternal?

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago

      I'm double guessing myself. But yeah, that sounds right. Not a Native Uranian. But a Uranian Eternal.

  • Kimble Simpson
    Kimble Simpson 4 months ago

    There are minority Eternals they're all over the world as shown in this one story called The Gathering where Eternals from all over the world gather together and meet at Olympia.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago

      I usually have a longer coy and paste response. But for sure they showed by issue 11. Just jokes and mild social commentary on a couple of white guys not taking something into consideration over 50 years ago - especially when they had no way of knowing the story would have the long lasting impact that it did. Yep, ironically the Eternals are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel.
      Edit: consider the shear volume of material these guys had already produced that didnt stick

  • hippo4g93
    hippo4g93 4 months ago

    Wow race is even questionable in comics hahahahaha so why did u not ask about ethnicity in the eternals and deviants ? L O fucking L ! The day we let go what we think is different we can cure discrimination

  • CHRS MRVL
    CHRS MRVL 4 months ago +4

    I think the Eternals movies will start with their civil war and build into a Host from the Celestials. Maybe they could incorporate lore about Knowhere. I've got a few comics from the original Kirby run, and sht always gets tense when the Celestials arrive.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago +4

      With the intro of Thanos on the table i am curious to see where in they pick the story up. And based on the current MCU they could easily rewrite entire story. Hope they don't but... See exhibit A - The Infinity Saga. Loved it but it's way off from the Thanos and InfinG I know and remember. Love it - but I grew up eating vanilla ice cream. Now you start serving me strawberry ice cream. It's good. Both are ice cream. But you know I am always gonna prefer that nilla.

  • Didier Calin
    Didier Calin 4 months ago

    fuck your PC totalitarian bullshit!

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago

      Yawn. This again?
      Copypasta answer due to multiple responses:
      This isnt social commentary as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. Remember when we could laugh at some of the absurdities of the past? Pepperidge Farms remembers. Unlike a comedian who can change their set if a joke doesn't land - i dont have the luxury. This was one of my first vids and YT was an edgier place back then - learned to put a little more tongue in my tongue in cheek since then. On the upside the comments have helped with user interation metrics.
      I rap in one of the videos, that didnt go over either.

  • EUguitarRULE
    EUguitarRULE 4 months ago

    Fuck black and asian eternals. If you want make your own comic book.
    -Asian dude

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago

      Copy pasta answer due to multiple responses:
      This isnt social commentary as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. Can we laugh at some of the absurdities of the past? Unlike a comedian who can change their set if a joke doesn't land - i dont have the luxury. This was one of my first vids and YT was an edgier place back then - learned to put a little more tongue in my tongue in cheek since then. On the upside the comments have helped with user interation metrics.
      I rap in one of the videos, that didnt go over either.

  • Whack 2x
    Whack 2x 4 months ago +1

    This Rey be one of the next marvel movies

  • Your Wrong
    Your Wrong 4 months ago

    Nobody cares about your diversity opinions. Talk about the books.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago

      Copy pasta answer due to multiple responses:
      This isnt social commentary as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. Can we laugh at some of the absurdities of the past? Unlike a comedian who can change their set if a joke doesn't land - i dont have the luxury. This is one of my first vids and YT was an edgier place back then - learned to put a little more tongue in my tongue in cheek since then.
      I rap in one of the videos, that didnt go over either.

  • Conspiracy Theory
    Conspiracy Theory 4 months ago

    Dude went to deep on the race thing The Sovereign are all gold for a reason maybe The Eternals are all white for the same reason it doesn’t always have to be the worst possibility sometimes it’s just bc. Everyone is Wakanda is black there are all different races in the MCU including green red and every other colors all white isn’t a theme at least I don’t think so.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago

      This has become my copypasta response since I get this a lot:
      This isnt social commentary as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Not every joke is going to land but kinda hard to change the set list after the fact. Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. Can we laugh at some of the absurdities of the past? This was one of my first vids and YT was an edgier place back then - learned to put a little more tongue in my tongue in cheek since then.

  • Henry McCoy
    Henry McCoy 5 months ago

    if you believe in evolution then minorities are the result of hundreds of thousands of years of isolated, regional evolution see the Galapagos
    eternals split from the origin stock pre minority evolution and because of their superior genes did not need things like melanin to protect from the african sun

  • Bill Smith
    Bill Smith 5 months ago

    EVERYONE IS WHITE!!!!!! You do realise that is fiction? Maybe it was like the way the Hulk was supposed to be grey, but the inkers got it wrong. Perhaps it is just a comic book and not really an accurate reflection of society. Perhaps it's just fiction. What are you doing about people who are starving?

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago +2

      Now that I've come back to this comment. Bill, I told you about my life as a farmer. Curious, what do you do to help starving people?

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  4 months ago +1

      You say right below the comment where I point out the issue the first minority Eternal appeared, mention Marvel's push for diversity, and mention that Eternals are now one of the most diverse races?
      Check your comics history b/c the time period i am hitting up in this issue has all the Eternals living together in Titanos. This is first generation Eternals we are talking about here. Got to get that timeline down. I even cover when their initial split takes place, leading to the Eternals of Uranus. Most of what I discuss in this vid takes place approx 750,000 BCE up to the events following the death of Kronos. The Eternals didnt arrive at Olympia until about 3,000 BCE. AFTER the death of Kronos. His death led to the first Uni-Mind (also covered in this vid). This is what led to Zuras founding the city of Olympia You sorta skipped 747,000 years of Eternal history there.

    • Kimble Simpson
      Kimble Simpson 4 months ago

      This guy is obviously not a fan of the Eternals or he would know that there are Eternals all over the world and they all come together and meet at Olympia for this thing called The Gathering.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  5 months ago +1

      This isnt social commentary as much as it is poking fun and having fun with an oversight by authors who wrote this over 50 years ago and had no idea how influential the story would become. Hands down Marvel pushes for diversity and representation and did so even in the way back. Minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are now one of the most diverse groups in Marvel comics. Can we laugh at some of the absurdities of the past without getting triggered? This one of my first vids and YT was an edgier place back then - learned to put a little more tongue in my tongue in cheek since then.
      Edit: As for the starving people bit. Ironically, my day job is farmer. Been tilling all day. Unsold crops are composted or donated. Can't always donate lbs of ghost peppers

  • Gonzalo Bernal
    Gonzalo Bernal 5 months ago +1

    I agree... it will be more diverse. the deviant gene is mental as well as an act... intent. The Eternals.. are unique..as well as physical.. mentally they are... Eternal.

  • M3L4 23
    M3L4 23 5 months ago

    Dropping the race card. Bye👋🏻 keep it out of comics.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  5 months ago +1

      haha. that's cool. sigh, this was a jokey aside rather than serious commentary but things have gotten much more touchy on the political spectrum since 2016. Remember when we could joke about things? Pepperidge farm remembers. But my style def isn't for everybody as I do enjoy dashing in the occasional salt and personal asides. The minority Eternals show up by issue #11 and are currently one of the most diverse groups in Modern Marvel.

  • Cecil Pierre
    Cecil Pierre 5 months ago +2

    It's pronounced Zoorus and Uhlars.

  • kietlejeth mercado
    kietlejeth mercado 5 months ago +1

    I hope this comic could make a movie

    • Hilton Driver
      Hilton Driver 3 months ago +1

      they tried to bring something similar but it was caned something called the Anunnaki please check You tube this is the as far a they would allow the rest is in ancent aliens

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  5 months ago +1

      Not sure the plot but the Eternals are coming to the MCU

  • bigb748ify
    bigb748ify 5 months ago

    Comics was made back in the day where they didn't focus on minorities

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  5 months ago

      On the + side. Minority Eternals show up by issue 11 and eventually become one of the most diverse groups in Marvel Comics. But that first year....

  • Stephen Shortt
    Stephen Shortt 5 months ago +1

    This is the 1st I have noticed your site. I will subscribe now after listening to your Eternals summary. I think you did a fantastic and succinct job of explaining it. I look forward to perusing your video for others I may be interested in. Thank you.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  5 months ago

      Thanks for sub and kind words. On a spring hiatus for new vids but will be back soon.

  • raul buster
    raul buster 5 months ago +1

    UR-ANOS?....really???

  • Dinky Dot
    Dinky Dot 6 months ago

    They are all white because they all came from the same small controlled environment. Its why the Vodū (African) Gods - in Marvel Universe universe are all black and the Amatsu-Kami (Japanese gods) are all Asian and why both of the Skrull gods Sl'gur't and Kly'bn are both green and Shi'ar gods K'ythri and Sharra are bird like. Not everything has evil intent.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  6 months ago +1

      Heh. This was my first or second vid. It was meant tongue in cheek but I learned quickly that the internet can't always tell. I was under the impression that the gods are generally of a particular race because they were formed from the minds of men. The gods (and their powers - even reality of their creation myths) are made of the godstuff left behind when Demo-Gorge changed back into Atum and went to live in the sun. The Eternals on the other hand are genetically modified humans (or a close relative). The gods of the Skrulls also tie back into Celestial genetic modification. I forget the origins of the Shi'ar deities off the top of my head. I should have clarified that the minority Eternals show up by issue #11. I don't think it was evil intent. I think it was simple oversight by a bunch of white guys back in the 60's. Guys who typically did a great job of pushing for inclusion. Might be one of the reasons why the Eternals are now one of the most racially diverse groups in Marvel comics. See, I should have also pointed that out. Some of the earlier videos are edgier - takes awhile to find ones voice. In the end it did what I needed - got people to comment on the video. I probably would have reposted it but didn't want to lose the traction it had or take the chance that TVclip would slap my early channel for repetitive content uploads.

  • WarrenatCLS
    WarrenatCLS 6 months ago +3

    Ha ha ha... No minority eternals? That just earned a subscriber.... (Thumbs up)

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  5 months ago +2

      White writers and or artist who never thought their material would be scrutinized that closely 50+ years later. Who knows what kind of deadlines they were on or what else was happening or if it was just an oversight or something they didnt think of.

    • Wayne Garner
      Wayne Garner 5 months ago

      Why?

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  6 months ago +1

      I should have mentioned it in the vid but they do show up by issue 11. And these days are probably one of the more ethnically diverse groups in the MU. Thanks for the comment and sub

  • Josh
    Josh 7 months ago +2

    @CosmicComics ...Thanks for keeping it 💯. I appreciate it when a non-poc simply states what's on every other person's mind. Giving knowledge to the ignorant, whether they want it or not...I love it!

  • Josh
    Josh 7 months ago +2

    Marvel's New God's?

  • Langston Richardson
    Langston Richardson 8 months ago +2

    “White Eternals” 🤔🤔🤔 not just... blind white. Thanks Jack.

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  8 months ago +1

      It all gets sorted out by issue #11. Probably an oversight, like making Ronan pink from time to time.
      That was all done tongue in cheek but surprisingly that bit of comedy / poking fun gets people riled up in the comments section.

  • Cecil Pierre
    Cecil Pierre 8 months ago

    When the Eternals come back as a monthly title I want to see the first modern appearance of Daina who is the mother of Zuras and Alars aka Mentor and the paternal grandmother of Thanos Thena and Eros aka Starfox and I think Thanos Eros and Alars should be a major part of the monthly title and I want to see Thena and Eros vs Thanos and marvel has to bring Alars back from the dead and Daina has red hair since her son Zuras and and grandson Eros have red hair and it can be revealed that Daina trained Thena in hand to hand combat and they should bring Alars back from the dead since he was recently killed by his son Thanos but I want to see Alars with his black hair again.

  • Cecil Pierre
    Cecil Pierre 8 months ago +4

    My guess is that not all of the Eternals of Earth voted for Zuras and some voted for Alars and followed him to Titan to live so Thanos and Eros are the only sons of Alars and SuiSan and the other Eternals of Titan are Demeityr and Aurilius

  • Nerdchan
    Nerdchan 9 months ago

    This guy sounds like a white guy, why is there no diversity on the presentation role?
    Maybe because the presenter is RACIST!
    What other explanation is there?
    Dangerous logic if it is turned on you, and it WILL come for you eventually.

    • Nerdchan
      Nerdchan 7 months ago

      1994/1989 Chevy Silverado 4x4 (deleted comment)
      Nerdchan calm down and help raise funds for the borderlands wall security and I’m definitely not a racist either

    • Nerdchan
      Nerdchan 7 months ago

      Im not white or American, prejudge much? Terrible racism. Just think about it a minute it's not too late to change

    • Nerdchan
      Nerdchan 7 months ago

      Yes you are by your own logic, I think you might be missing the point

  • Gitty Art
    Gitty Art 10 months ago

    Lol..... They changed the story.. . lol... White overlords.. They put whites in the movie " Gods of Egypt "
    Notice how the deviants ..were " War like" ? Like the barbarians... N those involved in the world war's

    • CosmicComics
      CosmicComics  10 months ago

      Oh for sure. I thought this would be taken more tongue an cheek at poking fun at the obvious omission. This was my second YT video. Trying things out. Minority Eternals show up in issue #11.