"...for millions of years, one hundred 'Eternals' have roamed the Earth, as the secret protectors of humanity. Without them, we'd be smears between the teeth of the demon-like 'Deviants'.
"Their war has waged for all time, echoing in our myths and nightmares. But today, Eternals face something new: change. Can they — or anyone — survive their discovery?..."
"'Eternal' doesn’t mean immortal," said Gillon. "'Eternal' means unchanging. That's a different thing. There can be something comforting about the Eternals, but there's also something fundamentally disturbing to it.
"The old superhero cliché of 'The Never-ending battle against crime' is one of those lines which, if you take it out of context for a second and think about it, seems absolutely 'Sisyphean' in its hopelessness. Yet, to lift a line from Camus,