- Foul Deviants! You'll regret this night of savagery!!
- -- Ikaris
Appearing in "The Night of the Demons!"Edit
- Unnamed New Yorkers
- New York policemen
- Merlin (Only in flashback)
- Ulysses' crew (Only in flashback)
- Nero (Mentioned)
- New York City
- Atlantic Ocean
- South America
- Olympia (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Roman Empire
- Brain Mine (First appearance)
- Sersi's mirror
Synopsis for "The Night of the Demons!"Edit
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.
- This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.
- Olympia, homeland of the Eternals makes a brief, cameo appearance in Sersi's mirror.
- On page 15, Sersi says "The Greek storytellers never spell my name right!" Ironically, neither can Marvel Comics storytellers. In issue #3, her name is spelled "Sersy", but it is spelled correctly in this issue and in subsequent appearances. Compounding the name confusion issue, Sersi mistakenly refers to Margo as Carol at one point in this issue.
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