In Eternals #6, Marvel Comics revealed that every time the Great Machine resurrects a member of the Eternals, a human on Earth loses their life. The truth about the eternal existence of the Immortal Race has made both Eternals and most readers truly terrified.
Eternals #6 will bring the story of the battle between the ancient heroes and Thanos in the iteration of the Great Machine. However, Phastos broke the repeating chain and called them back to Earth, prompting Ikaris to fly towards the broken machine. Phastos tells Ikaris that the central section needs to be rebuilt and that only by sacrificing Ikaris can this be achieved. Even though the Eternals question him, Phastos still firmly believes that what he is doing is right, no matter who he has to sacrifice. At this point he also mentions the fact that when he became the first Eternal to return, he learned the price of immortality.
At this point, the comic cuts to the scene where Ikaris is revived and at the same time a boy, Tony Robson, dies. Most Eternals are surprised to learn that someone on Earth will die in their place every time they are revived. Gilgamesh, who killed the Eternals as punishment when he learned they would be reborn, was shocked to learn of the “blood stains” on their hands. Sersi admitted knowing this price beforehand and called the Eternals a “heartless species.”
This truth caused the Eternals to be completely disturbed. As soon as they learned that her reincarnation had caused the death of others, the entire history of the Immortal Race became dark. Previously, they believed that his resurrection protocol had no impact on the outside world, so they abused him, risked death, and committed suicide as punishment without knowing that someone had to die in his place.
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