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Appearing in "The Day the Monuments Shattered"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Sacrificer (Death)
  • Skar
  • Atalon (Death)
  • Devourer (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Death Breeders
    • Herman (Death)
    • Clyde (Death)
  • Death Trackers

Other Characters:

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Items:


Vehicles:




Synopsis for "The Day the Monuments Shattered"Edit

As Eve 3031 is about to give birth to her child, Killraven and his Freemen fight off an attack made by the Death-Birth's Death Trackers which have come to destroy them. As the Freemen fight off the creatures, Sacrificer and Atalon have their troops prepare for their next attack. While in Milwaukee, Skar continues his hunt for Killraven, scarring a ship captain who'd been trapped in the frozen waters.

While back in Missouri, as Adam and Eve continue to struggle with their child's birth, M'Shulla and Carmilla watch over the dying Grok and give in to their passions. Later, their downtime is interrupted with the arrival of Scarificer and Atalon, who have arrived with the giant beast, the Devourer. After a long fight the Freemen are able to kill the beast when Killraven blasts loose an impaling stalactite from the cavern wall, and later kills Sacrificer in battle. While Atalon makes his way to where Adam and Eve are birthing their child, Adam defends his mate until Volcana Ash arrives and kills him.

After, Eve successfuly births their child and the two depart from Killraven's company, thanking him and his Freemen for all their help.

  • This issue is noteworthy for featuring the first interracial kiss in a colour mainstream comic, between M'Shulla and Carmilla Frost. Interestingly enough, author Don McGgor had also been responsible for the first interracial kiss in a black and white comic before[1]


  • No trivia.


See AlsoEdit


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Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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