Appearing in "A Stillborn Genesis!"
- Daemond (Death)
- Caretakers of Arcturus (Death)
- Children of the Comet (Death)
- Tara (Death)
- Cultists of the New Order (Death)
- Agents of the Caretakers (Death)
- Daemond's demon-hordes from Hell
- Los Angeles
- Sanctum of the Caretakers (Destruction)
- Mansion of New Order/Daemond Mansion
Synopsis for "A Stillborn Genesis!"
- Synopsis not yet written
Appearing in "A World Gone Mad!"
- Ellen Wilson (Mentioned)
- Unnamed neighbor
- Unnamed police officer
Races and Species:
- Creston Gardens
Synopsis for "A World Gone Mad!"
A man panics when the house he occupies is inhabited by another and it turns out to be just a Halloween prank by kids switching street signs.
- This storyline ended with a lot of death. Daemond's Cultists of the New Order and the Agents of the Caretakers completely annihilated each other. Tara animated the three Children of the Comet and had them kill Daemond and the Caretakers. Tara then convinced Morbius to kill her to prevent her from destroying the entire world, and the energies released by her death destroyed the sanctum of the Caretakers. The Children of the Comet presumably died with Tara or when the sanctum was destroyed.
- Tara revealed that she was the prototype for the three Children of the Comet that the Caretakers were trying to bring into being.
- Tara also claimed that Daemond had actually been a fourth member of the Caretakers until she had somehow deluded them all into believing that they were mortal enemies. If true, this would mean that Deamond was also a Fortisquian from Arcturus IV. However, both Daemond and the Caretakers vehemently denied that claim and the Book of the Vishanti story in Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #27 described Daemond as a rebellious creation of the Caretakers.
- MORBIUS Marvel Value Stamp (Series A #75)