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Eternals Omnibus Vol 1 1
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Quote1 It is said that when this object calls to the gods -- They will return once more to Earth! Quote2
-- Ikaris

Appearing in "The Day of the Gods"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #1.

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  • Eternals (First appearance)
    • Ikaris (First appearance)
    • other unnamed Eternals (Only in flashback)

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Synopsis for "The Day of the Gods"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #1.

The doctor Daniel Damian, his daughter Margo and his assistant Ike Harris are discovering the God Chamber. Harris is revealing his true name is Ikaris. He's explaining to the Damians that the gods[1] came to Earth to create from a common ancestor three species of Hominidae : the Deviants, the Humans and the Eternals. Ikaris, as an Eternal, was searching this God Chamber since a thousand years to activate the Cosmic Beacon.

Over the Pacific waters, a human plane is destroyed by Kro to protect the secret of the undersea Lemuria. Tode is ordering him to find the God Chamber and to destroy the Cosmic Beacon before the Eternals.

Appearing in "The Celestials!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #2.

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Synopsis for "The Celestials!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #2.
Eternals Vol 1 2 001
A massive ship from outer space hovers above the so-called "City of the Space Gods". Kro openly challenges the power of these beings and quickly finds himself fleeing from a blast of cosmic energy projected by the ship. The structure begins to quake from the blast and the walls start collapsing around Ikaris, Margo and Doctor Damian. Ikaris races to a chamber called the Resurrection Crypt and awakens one of the Eternals - Ajak, he who is also known as Tecumotzin. Ajak and his followers quickly prepare the coming of their gods - the Celestials. He activates a ceremonial pylon to receive the first of these galactic beings. A giant alien descends from the space ship and comes to rest on the pylon. This is Arishem, leader of the Fourth Host of the Celestials.

Appearing in "The Devil in New York!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #3.

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  • Flamer
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  • Deviant Hovership

Synopsis for "The Devil in New York!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #3.

Arishem takes his place upon the ceremonial pylon where he will stand in judgment over humanity over the next fifty years. The temple of the God Chamber starts to quake and the other celestial minions begin sealing it off. Doctor Damian, refusing to let such historical treasures to be lost forever, elects to stay behind. Margo refuses to leave her father behind, but Ikaris doesn't give her much of a choice. He grabs Margo and races back to their aircraft.

Kro meanwhile, returns to the kingdom of the Deviants where he suffers immense torture at the hands of Deviant leader Brother Tode. Kro is punished for his failure to prevent Ikaris from activating the Cosmic Beacon that summoned the Celestials. Afterwards, Kro tries to get back into Tode's good graces by outlining a new course of action. He wants to manipulate Earth's human populace into becoming the Deviants' foot soldiers. To do so however, he needs to instill them with great fear. He takes on the image of the Devil and leads a massive assault against the American city of Manhattan.

Ikaris brings Margo back to the United States. He knows that she is still shaken for leaving her father behind. He takes her to the penthouse apartment of another Eternal, Sersy. He asks Sersy to care for Margo while he goes off to battle the Deviants.

As he flies off, Kro's Deviant armies ravage Manhattan, setting the entire city ablaze. Terrified humans look up into the sky and see the face of "the Devil" staring down upon them.

Appearing in "The Night of the Demons!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #4.

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  • Brain Mine (First appearance)
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Synopsis for "The Night of the Demons!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #4.

Ikaris flies over Manhattan and begins fighting Kro's Deviant armies. Realizing that Flame Guns are useless against an Eternal, one of the Deviants fires a brain-mine at Ikaris. The projectile strikes him in the head and he falls to a rooftop unconscious. A flying Deviant scoops him up and takes him to Kro's raiding vessel.

Nearby, Sersi keeps an eye on Margo. Margo is still coming to grips with learning about the existence of Eternals and Deviants. She tells Margo of the time that she turned the armies of Ulysses into pigs, as well as the time that she worked alongside Merlin at the court of King Arthur. A group of Deviants burst into the penthouse and attack. Sersi uses her powers to divert their flame weapons. She then turns them into lizards.

Meanwhile, Kro loads Ikaris' unconscious body into a torpedo and launches him deep into the sea. From within the City of the Space Gods, Ajak monitors the Deviant attack on New York. He learns of Ikaris' defeat and retrieves the capsule containing his body. Afterwards, Doctor Damian and he turn and watch the progress of Arishem the Judge and the Fourth Celestial Host as they continue to survey the Inca ruins.

Appearing in "Olympia!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #5.

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  • Domo's Hoverchair
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Synopsis for "Olympia!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #5.

Sersi uses her magic mirror to contact her fellow Eternal Makkari. She warns him of the Deviant attack on New York. Upon receiving the news, Makkari races through the streets of the Eternal city of Olympia until he gains an audience with the Prime Eternal, Zuras. Zuras is enraged to discover that Earth has now been plunged into a cosmic war. He sends his daughter Thena along with Makkari to lend assistance.

Meanwhile, a group of Deviant mutates captures Sersi and Margo Damian. They load them into a raider craft and prepare to bring them back to their undersea kingdom of Lemuria. Kro's forces continue to raze the city, but a brave squad of police officers bar their path. Inspector James Fisher pledges that his men and he will not go down without a fight. From above, Makkari and Thena's sky-ship arcs downward unleashing a barrage of energy bursts upon the Deviants. Makkari brandishes an ice gun and freezes several of the winged mutates. Their bodies drop to the streets below.

Meanwhile at the Pentagon, military officials analyze surveillance photographs taken of the Celestial God-Ship as well as Arishem standing at his post in the Andes Mountains.

Appearing in "Gods and Men at City College!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #6.

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Synopsis for "Gods and Men at City College!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #6.

Thena and Makkari continue to find the Deviants. They surround them in a ring of fire then Thena hurls an anti-gravity spear that forces all of those trapped by the flames to rise into the air. They set their craft down and confront Kro directly. Kro tells Thena that he has no reason to continue his attack on New York. He has inspired sufficient fear in the human populace and is confident that they will see the Space Gods as their enemies just as much as the Deviants. Thena is incredulous of Kro's strategy and believes that humanity will rise above their innate fear of "space devils". Kro proposes a truce and Thena accepts.

Meanwhile aboard a Deviant submersible, Sersi antagonizes her captors while Margo looks on in shock. After tormenting the Deviants with her powers of transformation, she forces them to retrieve the torpedo tube containing the unconscious body of Ikaris. Once the cannister is brought on board the craft, the Brain Mine that kept him inert is removed.

They return to New York and reunite with Thena, Makkari and Kro. Ikkaris cannot believe that Thena agreed to a truce with the Deviants. Margo comes up with the idea of introducing them to an anthropologist named Sam Holden. After learning about the history of the Eternals and the Deviants, Holden decides to hold a Q&A session at City College. Kro and the other Eternals attend the function and provide a public display of their abilities.

Meanwhile, S.H.I.E.L.D. sends a team of researchers to survey the sealed area in the Andes Mountains surrounding the City of the Space Gods. The Celestial known as Gammenon suddenly appears before them and seemingly kills the men.

Appearing in "The Fourth Host"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #7.

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Synopsis for "The Fourth Host"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #7.

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.

Appearing in "The City of Toads"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #8.

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Synopsis for "The City of Toads"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #8.

Kro attempts to rekindle his love for Thena and takes her to Lemuria, home of the Deviants. Thena and Kro are the guests of the Deviant leader Tode for the purification ritual: a combat to the death between Karkas and the Reject.

Appearing in "The Killing Machine!!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #9.

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Synopsis for "The Killing Machine!!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #9.

Ikaris, Makarri, and Margo return to Olympia and are greeted by an array of illusions from Sprite. The Celestials start making their presence known around the world. Thena witnesses a duel between the Reject and Karkas which gets out of hand. The Celestial Eson attacks Lemuria and drains the power from the city.

Appearing in "Mother!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #10.

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Synopsis for "Mother!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #10.

Eson ravages Lemuria and leaves as mysteriously as he appeared. Zuras probes the Celestials' mother ship and learns of their 50-year judgment plan. Thena abandons Kro and leaves Lemuria with Karkas and Reject.

Appearing in "The Russians are Coming!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #11.

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Synopsis for "The Russians are Coming!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #11.

Zuras summons all the Eternals to Olympia. The Polar Eternals arrive and cause a raucous battle with the Delphan brothers. The Russian military attacks a Celestial and are severely taught a lesson in strength.

Appearing in "Uni-Mind!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #12.

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Synopsis for "Uni-Mind!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #12.
Eternals Vol 1 12 001
Thena returns to Olympia with Karkas and Reject. She joins the rest of the Eternals as they merge together, under Zuras' direction, to form a collective entity known as the Uni-Mind. The Uni-Mind travels into the Earth's orbit and studies the Celestials.

Appearing in "Astronauts!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #13.

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Synopsis for "Astronauts!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #13.

While the Eternals are still joined in the Uni-Mind, the Deviants launch a colossal missile at the Celestials. Sprite, who wasn't part of the Uni-mind, seeks out the Forgotten One and sends him after the missile. The One Above All Celestial swaps the Deviant crew with some shuttle astronauts who safely guide the missile back to Earth. The Forgotten One disarmed the missile, but the Celestials take an interest in him.

Appearing in "Ikaris and the Cosmic Powered Hulk"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #14.

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Synopsis for "Ikaris and the Cosmic Powered Hulk"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #14.

The Uni-Mind ritual ends, but not before inadvertently charging a Hulk robot with cosmic power. Ikaris, Makarri, and Sersi return to the States to investigate the mysterious source of cosmic power and are attacked by a rampaging Hulk.

Appearing in "Disaster Area"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #15.

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Synopsis for "Disaster Area"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #15.

Sersi and Ikaris go head-to-head against the cosmic-powered robot Hulk, and find him to be an unstoppable foe. They regroup and prepare for a final assault, but Zuras arrives and stays their hand.

Appearing in "Big City Crypt"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #16.

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  • Arthur (First appearance)
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Synopsis for "Big City Crypt"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #16.

Zuras releases the cosmic power from within the Hulk robot. Zuras faces the media and goes public about the existence of the Eternals. Ikaris and Makarri are attacked by Dromedan and even Zuras is forced to join the battle.

Appearing in "Sersi the Terrible"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #17.

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Synopsis for "Sersi the Terrible"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #17.

Makarri, Ikaris, and Zuras fall beneath the onslaught of Dromedan. Sersi distracts Dromedan long enough for the others to free themselves. They regroup and finally overwhelm Dromedan.

Appearing in "To Kill a Space God"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #18.

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Synopsis for "To Kill a Space God"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #18.

Ikaris' evil cousin, Druig, searches for the means to destroy a Celestial and he learns that the secret lies within Ikaris. Druig captures Ikaris and uses a Nerve Beast to wrestle the secret from Ikaris' mind. The weapon, which can destroy a Celestial, lies within the Pyramid of the Winds.

Appearing in "The Pyramid"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #19.

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Synopsis for "The Pyramid"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals #19.

Ikaris escapes his prison and finds that his cousin Druig has entered the Pyramid of the Winds. Druig wants to use its weapon against the Celestials. Unwilling to kill Druig, Ikaris destroys the weapon, which unleashes enough energy to destroy the Pyramid and consume Druig.

Appearing in "The Time Killers"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals Annual #1.

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Synopsis for "The Time Killers"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Eternals Annual #1.
Eternals Annual Vol 1 1 001

Zuras discovers that the Deviant scientist Zakka has used his inventions to snatch warriors from different time periods and is using them to commit acts of chaos in major cities. He assigns Thena and the Deviant refugees Karkas and Ransak the Reject to find Zakka and stop him.

Thena provides them all with civilian clothing and uses her powers to make Karkas appear human. They go to New York and begin investigating an apartment complex where Zakka was last known to be operating. One of his time-displaced agents is the legendary Jack the Ripper. Ransak encounters the Ripper just as the villain is preparing to claim another victim. Ransak disarms him and tries to stab him Jack's own sword-cane, but just as suddenly as he appeared, he disappears again - returned to his own time period.

The next threat comes from a pack of Mongol warriors who once fought under the leadership of Atilla the Hun. Karkas sheds his disguise and launches into the sword-wielding Mongols, pounding them into the floor. Humans who perchance witness the fight flee in terror at Karkas' immense size. Zakka emerges from his room, fires a laser into Karkas' back, then flees by way of his Distortion Harness. He returns later and uses his Time Projector to summon a warrior of Deviant legend - Tutinax the Mountain Mover.

Tutinax appears in the small apartment, but he is not impressed with what he sees before him. He destroys the apartment, including the Time Projector and kills Zakka. Upon hearing the commotion, Thena, Ransak and Karkas burst into the apartment, but they are too late. Tutinax tears a hole through the wall and leaps away. The Eternals chase after him and prepare for a final battle. Thena knows that since Zakka's time projector was destroyed, its effects will soon wear off and Tutinax will return to his own timeline. She stalls the battle as much as possible despite the eagerness of Karkas and Ransak. Before the fight actually takes place however, Tutinax disappears and is sent back to his native era.

Notes

Reprints: Eternals #1-19 and Eternals Annual #1

See Also

Footnotes

  1. We'll learn they are the Celestials.
  2. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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