Appearing in "His Brother's Keeper!"
- Joey (First appearance)
Synopsis for "His Brother's Keeper!"
Black Bolt realizes that Maximus has gained the power to blank men's minds and thus encases him within a stasis container and then leaves for America. The first group of people he comes across are criminals who are attempting to get a small boy to climb in through a building window and unlock it to burglarize it. Black Bolt easily defeats the criminals and aids the injured boy. Meanwhile, Gorgon and Karnak think their leader has gone too far in entombing Maximus and attempt to free him. When they succeed, Maximus gloats that he has blanked Black Bolt's mind and he does not recollect his voice has massive destructive force. The small boy that Black Bolt has helped encourages him to speak.
Appearing in "...And to All a Good Night"
- Ivan Petrovich
- Un-Named Teenager (formerly a member of the Astrologer's group) (Death)
- Astrologer (First appearance) (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "...And to All a Good Night"
The Astrologer's goons are after a hippie from Utah, who knocks the Astrologer's henchmen who was attacking the Black Widow off a building with him.
The incomparable Inhumans! The start of a new and way-out story line! Art by Adams! Script by Thomas! Plus - the most off-beat Black Widow epic yet!
- First issue for new Inhumans artist Neal Adams.
- This issue contains a letters page Amazing Mails. Letters are published from Lester G. Boutellier, Gene Wallace, Jim Duffy, and Paul Levine. The letters page also contains an full color ad for Kull in Creatures on the Loose with Bernie Wrightson artwork (signed).