Appearing in "Gods and Men at City College!"
- Doctor Samuel Holden (First appearance)
- Student body of City College
- Arnold Radisch (First appearance)
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Synopsis for "Gods and Men at City College!"
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. Ikaris 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.
- This is the first time that the existence of the greater Marvel Universe is acknowledged in this series. Previously, it was unclear whether the Eternals existed in the same continuity as the Marvel Universe, or in a separate continuity altogether.