Appearing in "True Believers"
- Young Gods
- Panhuman Uni-Mind/"Terran" (First appearance)
- Fourth Host's Celestials (Only in flashback)
- Dreaming Celestial (Only in flashback)
- Uni-Mind (Mentioned)
- Joey Eliot (Mentioned)
- D.J. Galaktikus (Mentioned)
- Valkin (Mentioned)
- Druig (Mentioned)
- Emperor Commodus (Mentioned)
- Elizabeth I (Mentioned)
- John Dee (Mentioned)
- N.A.T.O. (Mentioned)
- Jack Nicholson (Mentioned) (Topical Reference)
- Warren Buffet (Mentioned) (Topical Reference)
- Terry Gilliam (Mentioned)
- Deviants (Mentioned)
- Red Army (Mentioned)
- Mark Twain (Mentioned)
- Pacific Ocean
- Singapore (Mentioned)
- Indonesia (Mentioned)
- China (Mentioned)
- Beijing (Mentioned)
- Wuzhai (Mentioned)
- Northern Australia (Mentioned)
- Activation Chambers (Mentioned)
- Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, California (Mentioned)
- Elizabeth I's summer palace (England, United Kingdom) (Mentioned)
- Umbria, Italy (Mentioned)
- Tuscany, Italy (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "True Believers"
- Synopsis not yet written
Appearing in "Young Gods Fact Pages!"
- Young Gods
Races and Species:
- Ruk Island
- North America
- South America
Synopsis for "Young Gods Fact Pages!"
A feature that recounts the individual members of the Young Gods. The group was created by the various pantheons of Earth to prove to the Celestial host that the human race was worth continued existence. Each member represented the best humanity has to offer. The Young Gods are:
- Moonstalker, an Alaskan Inuit named Kiana, who lived during the 11th Century. She was granted the powers of super-speed, stealth, and the ability to camouflage herself. She was selected due to her skill as a hunter.
- Vaura, a Polynesian girl from the year 1405. She was taken from Ruk Island for her skill as a priestess. She was gifted with telepathy, teleportation, and the ability to merge with her fellow Young Gods to form a Uni-Mind.
- Calculus was 20-year old Jawaharlal Patel, a Hindu of the Brahmin Caste born in 1926. He was selected by the Hindy pantheon due to his achievements as a scientist. He was granted the powers of instant calculation and analysis of probabilities, master planning, and telepathy.
- Artist Jason Kimbal was a skilled artist that lived in Harlem during the 1970s. He was a talented fashion designer until his compulsive gambling caused him trouble. Becoming the Young God known as Gemii, he gained the power of mind-over-matter, however at the cost of his life force.
- Caduceus former life was that of Mark Cadmon, a 30-year old man from Chicago circa 1919. Although he was a physician, he lived a hard life in the rought and tumble city. He was given the ability to healing and telekinetic mutation.
- 19-year old Chi Lo, lived on a small island off the coast of Japan in the early 1970s. Due to her achievements as a farmer, she became Harvest and given the power to control plants and vegetation.
- Bright Sword was Carter Dyam, a 24-year old Israeli soldier from the early 1970s. A skilled warrior he was given the powers of physical indestructibility, hyper-strength, and a mastery of all weapons.
- Mindslinger was a poet known as Gregor Buhkarov, from 18th Century Russia. He was given the power of telepathy and trans-substantiation.
- Sea Witch's past life was that of 17-year-old sailor Bridgit O'Hare. She lived in 12th century Ireland. She gained the ability to manipulate liquids in all of its forms.
- Highnote, was a 19th Century Colombian known as Raoul Hernando. A skilled musician he gained the power of sonic telekineses.
- Splice was a craftsmaker named Chandra Ku from 18th Century Africa. She gained the power animate unliving objects and to create weapons, tools, and devices out of raw material.
- Lastly, Daydreamer, a philosopher from 19th Century Canada named Catherine Moranis. She is gifted with telepathy, and project images.
Appearing in "The Fourth Host"
Races and Species:
- Life Seeds (First appearance)
Synopsis for "The Fourth Host"
More members of the Celestial Forth Host descend upon the City of the Gods in the Andes Mountains. Gammenon the Gatherer offers a capsule to Ajak who honorably accepts it. Inside the capsule are the discorporated atoms of the three S.H.I.E.L.D. agents that Arishem banished only moments ago. Ajak and Daniel Damian use the technology found within the temple to re-assemble the men's atoms. The S.H.I.E.L.D. agents immediately go on the offensive, but their weapons are useless here. Ajak explains the history and purpose of the Celestial Host and tells them that they are now trapped inside the temple with them with no chance of escape.
The agents refuse to remain captive however. One of them, Stevenson, punches Ajak in the jaw and makes a run for it. He gets as far as the outside steps where he encounters Tefral the Surveyor. He throws a grenade at him, but the Celestial catches it where it explodes harmlessly in his hand. As punishment for their transgressions, the S.H.I.E.L.D's agents' bodies are discorporated once again and placed inside the capsule.
Meanwhile high above the planet, the leader of the Fourth Host, the One Above All, sits silently in his God-Ship. He sends an electronic signal to Earth in the form of a veritable ladder of fire. The message is decoded and received by the other members of the Fourth Host who depart the mountains for unknown locales across the Earth. They are preparing for Alpha Day.
When the Eternals are dispatched to investigate strange goings on in Madripoor, they arrive to discover a threat to all of humanity that could render the Horde’s impending arrival of no consequence! Born of the Celestials, the Young Gods believe themselves superior to the Eternals. But one question plagues them: why were they created? Left to determine the answer on their own, the Young Gods’ efforts to this end may prove to be the end of all humanity... and only the Eternals stand in their way! Tremble mortals, for the gods are going to war!