Forever Maps #1
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Forever Maps #1

Writer: Michael Lagace Artist: Todor Hristov Publisher: Scout Comics Release Date: September 25, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
8.6Critic Rating
6.8User Rating

The newest entry in the new BINGE! Imprint where Scout releases a World Premiere issue followed by the entire story a few months later in one volume. In 1794, a young man named John is given a map. Curious, he follows it, and when he arrives at the end, he finds a similar map. This leads him to another, and then another, and on and on. Determined to find something, anything, else, he continues to follow these strange maps all over the country. Decades later, he learns that as long as he follows them, he doesn't seem to get older... and it's not until nearly a century later that he realizes when he stops, time begins to catch up with him. Torn more

  • 9.5
    Pastrami Nation - Nolan Smith Sep 22, 2019

    I loved The Forever Maps world premiere issue. It brings you into a world of uncertainty and despair and doesn't let go. By the end of the issue, this book has me thinking of comparisons to my own life. It also has me waiting for the collection of the rest of the story to release later this year! Make sure to jump on board! Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    Major Spoilers - Wayne Hall Sep 17, 2019

    I need to know: Now what? If John can't die, as he says, then where will he go? What will he do? Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Multiversity Comics - Reece Guida Sep 23, 2019

    "The Forever Maps" #1 is a rugged story, but character tropes dull that edge Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    cbr reader Aug 18, 2020

    The story was so bad I had to make an account here so that I can alert other people from reading this.

    First of all the art is amazing. Whoever wrote this wasted the artist's time into this futile project.

    The characters are flat.(I mean there's only one). You don't feel any empathy for that person and you don't get interested in the plot after a few'll just turn the pages to look at the art that's all. There's no character growth..he's just apologizing without changing anything. The plot keeps going without reason.

    This was just a toilet time thought experiment that gets debunked in 5 minutes. How did scout comics pick this idea up is beyond me. Stay safe from this but if you love the artist yo more

  • 8.5
    Phil B. Sep 29, 2019

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