Sergio Carrera’s The Eternal City is Now Available for the iPhone, Through Robot Comics


A jaded angel of Death without a reason to live.

Sergio Carrera’s THE ETERNAL CITY, the fan-favorite series spotlighted on is now available as a complete standalone app containing all 5 chapters of the supernatural drama.

The Eternal City for iPhone/iPod touch includes an original soundtrack, one song for each chapter from the Argentinian band, Acröbata.

The app is available as a free download and includes the first chapter and the song Laberintos (”Labyrinths”). Subsequent chapters can be purchased for $0.99 US (*). Each chapter comes with a new song by Acröbata.

Included in the collected edition are DVD-like “extras” such as “Wandering Buenos Aires” -a guided photographic tour of Buenos Aires featuring the locations the artist used in the comic – and “City of Color“, one fans’ vision of The Eternal City as a color mobile comic!

(*) Readers who purchased the previous editions of The Eternal City #2-4 will not need to purchase them again.  Simply follow the instructions included inside the new app.


A jaded angel of death struggles to find a reason to live while carrying his endless duties in Buenos Aires, one of the largest metropolis of the world. When he meets the spirit of a girl named Guendalina, things begins to change….  Written and illustrated by Sergio Carrera (After the Cape II for Image Comics, High Rollers and Cthulhu Tales for BOOM! Studios), The Eternal City is a 5-chapter story with gorgeous black-and-white art that will leave an indelible mark before it’s through!

Watch the Trailer

You can also catch the YouTube trailer showcasing the free first chapter!

App Screenshots


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