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Quote1 Blast this century of world wars, mini-wars, and guerrilla wars! Are we now to revive a cosmic war!!?? Quote2
-- Zuras

Appearing in "Olympia!"Edit

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  • Domo's Hoverchair
  • Flamers

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Synopsis for "Olympia!"Edit

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.

  • This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.[1]
  • First actual appearance of Olympia, home of the Eternals. An image of Olympia appeared in Sersi's magic mirror in issue #4.


  • When Thena and Zuras are first introduced, they are seen playing a remote control game called Auto-Boxer. The game bears a strong resemblance to the popular children's toy "Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots".


See AlsoEdit


  • None.


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Footnotes

  1. This story is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:



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