RICH REVIEWS: In The Beginning: The Epic of the Anunnaki
Title: In The Beginning: The Epic of the Anunnaki (GN)
Publisher: Alex Teplish
Writer & Creator: Alex Teplish
Illustrators: Edwin Chavez & Shipeng Lee Studio
Colorist: Oana V. of DeveoMedia Studio
Cover Artists: Zach Bercer & Marcelo A. Orsi Blanco
Price: $ 19.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: Beautifully colored pages greet you as you open this book.
Robert Cade and Mr. Zecharia Sitchin are going looking for Enki a Sumerian God. They do find something interesting and it tells a tale from 400.000 years ago. We look at the aliens living on our planet Earth and their society.
Enki is a scientist, not a God. The spaceship is a beautifully designed piece of technology. So we get to follow these aliens as they live on Earth and carry on with their politics.
These aliens the Anunnaki create a slave race from the humans. Some of the Anunnaki and humans though want more for the humans. Adam is enlightened with knowledge.
Among the aliens Enki and Enlil are opposites. They act like God and the Devil. This story has lots of ties to the bible.
This book does unfold giving an explanation for how ancient civilizations grew and flourished with knowledge from these aliens. Also how the aliens controlled mankind and how mankind ended up being in control of their own fate.
The art is well presented and does match the story perfectly.
The story makes you think did ancient astronauts really exist? Did they visit our planet? You are left with unexplained questions to make you think.