Collecting Eternals Spin-Offs

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The MCU’s Eternals opened this weekend to the tune of $71M domestically. Despite the negative reviews the film holds its own and does a great job of setting up future MCU projects. With that in mind, Collecting Eternals Spin-Offs shouldn’t be complicated. Here are some key books to look for now before those new trailers hit and collectors move on to the next project. Warning, spoilers ahead.

Avengers #47 – December 1967

The most obvious character in Eternas to possibly receive the MCU treatment is Kit Harrington’s, Dane Whitman. So, it should be no surprise that speculators have been on an Avengers #47 kick for a while. The book features Whitman’s first appearance as the Black Knight, which is what the film was eluding to. Though Dane never takes up that moniker in the film, he comes very close, thus the hype around the book leading up to the release of Eternals.

Collecting Eternals Spin-Offs

Tomb of Dracula #10 – July 1973

Speaking of coming close, be still my heart, freaking BLADE makes his MCU debut. Well, almost. MCU fans have been waiting on this one for a long time. So, hearing The Day Walker’s voice just off-screen was very exciting. Collectors will find Blade’s first appearance in 1973’s Tomb of Dracula #10. This is another book that has been hot for a while. Expect to pay up for high-grade copies.

Collecting Eternals Spin-Offs

Strange Tales #179 – April 1975

In my opinion, everyone completely overlooked Patton Oswalt’s Marvel debut. Yes, it was as Pip the Troll, but what better way to have one of the funniest comedians alive in the MCU. It’s a perfect fit for the actor and the character. Pip’s first appearance in comics can be found in Strange Tales #179. While Pip may not have a direct spin-off from Eternals, it may be safe to assume that Infinity Witch is on the way.

Iron Man #55 – February 1973

When the news broke about Eros making his debut in the MCU a couple of weeks ago, we covered four key books to look for. We won’t rehash all of that, but we will point you back to his first appearance in Iron Man #55. Again, while a direct spin-off may not be in play for Starfox, he does figure prominently in Avenger storylines as well as The Guardians.

Fantastic Four #48 – March 1966

As we said earlier, Collecting Eternals Spin-Offs doesn’t have to be complicated. Now, costly, that’s a whole other discussion. Case in point, Fantastic Four #48. While Marvel’s first family isn’t directly mentioned in the film, it’s not hard to see the connection. If planets are needed to generate enough energy for the creation of Celestials, producing enough energy to feed Galactus isn’t a far stretch. Even casual readers should be able to pick up on that. We know the Fantastic Four are coming, but I’m willing to bet that Galactus and Silver Surfer aren’t far behind.

Collecting Eternals Spin-Offs
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Eric Norton

Eric has been collecting cards since he was seven, buying singles with his allowance from the lone card shop in his hometown of Springtown, TX. Currently, Eric’s collecting interest revolve around picking up cards he had in his childhood that he let go of at some point, and Seattle Mariners third basemen, Kyle Seager.

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