Eternal Covenant

Ch: 99+
2021 - ?
4.186 out of 5 from 443 votes
Rank #1,019
Eternal Covenant

Since childhood, Ian Gloucester believed he was cursed to live as a destructive monster. He carried out his days in faithful servitude to the savior who plucked him from the depths of hell, Cardinal Brixton. But, one day, a mysterious man named Soleite Winkler, who shares the same "curse," tells him that this power is actually... magic. As a result, Ian begins to question everything he's ever known. The two reluctantly form an alliance to expose the corruption that lies within the Kingdom. Despite his loyalty to the strict and religious Cardinal, Ian is drawn to Sol and slowly begins to fall for him. For the first time in his life, he isn't alone. As Ian finally learns to embrace who he really is, will he also embrace the newfound lover who set him free?

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Take this review with a grain of salt because there’s something about Eternal Covenant that has me in a chokehold. I should really self reflect on why I like it so much, but for the sake of this review I'll try to be impartial.  Firstly, the art. The art is amazing. The character designs are amazing and fluid motion is captured very well. The artist has a talent for expression as well, which pulls you into the story and makes the comedy really land.  Secondly, the characters. I sort of dislike the characters whose moral compass is so strict that they run headlong into situations they can’t deal with/haven’t thought through. Characters that are incapable of disgression or holding their tongue in the face of injustice get old, which is why it’s unusual that I enjoyed this so much. The main character, Ian, has a strong sense of justice and does jump into situations he hasn’t fully thought out, but he is capable of acting. The male lead ‘Jack’ (Sol) is just hilarious enough that I get over the inherent physical and information power imbalance between them.  Side characters: the prominent ones aren’t made inherently good or completely bad, so that's a plus in my book. Ian’s relationship with the Cardinal keeps me on the edge of my seat too. The romance: very sweet! They’re working together to take down a child trafficking ring, so of course it’s perfect for feelings to bloom. Sol is respectful of Ian and understands the reason he lashes out is because he was abused as a child, and Ian slowly softening is perfect  The flaws: the plot could use the streamlining and Ian could stop being so damn impulsive. There is an sense that every character knows more than Ian and there is something between Sol and the Cardinal, but everyone is very unwilling to divulge these secrets, so the lack of information Ian (and thus the viewers) has can get frustrating 

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