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Daina Wife of Kronos, mother of Zuras and A'Lars. -Captain Marvel#29

Dr. Daniel Damian An archaeologist from Kingston University, father of Margo Damian, and associate of Dr. Samuel Holden. Dr. Damian's first encounter with alien life-forms came when he examined an island in the Pacific Ocean, and found Intergalactic Sentry#459, left there by the Kree. Years later he went on an expedition with Margo and a guide named "Ike Harris". Ike led them to the Andes Mountains, and into the City of the Space Gods, where he revealed himself to be Ikaris of the Polar Eternals. Fascinated with the Celestial civilization he had found, Dr. Damian chose to remain inside the City when the Celestials sealed it off, and became friends with Ajak. Three SHIELD Agents who were brought to the City by the Celestials attempted to force Dr. Damian to aid them, but he refused. However, when Gammenon brought an airplane to the City, Dr. Damian helped Thor rescue the passengers. After the Celestials' departure, Dr. Damian remained in the City with Ajak, but went mad after he learnt of Margo's death. Using his knowledge of the Celestial's devices, he momentarily gained the power of an Eternal from the machines. In the instant he had this power, he used it to forge scrolls which he sent to the Eternals and Deviants, claiming that they would be destroyed by the hybrid twins of their own kind. In fact, Damian had learnt that Thena and Kro were the parents of two twins, and hoped the Eternals and Deviants would lead him to them. Needing a further tool for vengeance, he used Celestial technology to transform Ajak into a monster which he sent to slay every pair of twins he found. Dr. Damian's plan was ultimately unsuccessful, however, and Ajak committed suicide by disintegrating himself and Damian at the same time. -Fantastic Four#64, Eternals (v.1)#1-4, 7, 12, Thor#284, 291, Eternals: The Herod Factor

Margo Damian Daughter of Dr. Daniel Damian, who she lived with in Denver. Margo may have once been attracted to Dr. Samuel Holden. While on an expedition with her father and "Ike Harris" to the City of the Space Gods, Margo learnt of the Eternals and Deviants, and was forcibly removed from the City by Ikaris, while her father remained behind. She accompanied Ikaris back to the United States, where she met other Eternals such as Sersi, and aided Dr. Holden in introducing these sub-races to humanity, as well as joining Ikaris on several adventures, including a visit to Olympia where she joined the Uni-Mind. After most of Earth's Eternals left, Margo stayed with Ikaris while he toured the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation, then joined him in his battle against the Deviant fleet. But while at a party at Sersi's, Margo was captured by Ghaur, who brought her to Lemuria as bait for Ikaris. To disguise her from Ikaris, Ghaur ordered her to be altered into a Deviant form. However, the experiment accidentally killed her instead. Kro recovered her body, returned it to Ikaris, and he buried her on an island in the Aegean Sea, alongside his other lovers from over the centuries. -Eternals (v.1)#1-6, 8-12, 14-16, 18, Thor#284-286, 291, Eternals (v.2)#1-7, 9-10. Margo is mistakenly called Carol by Sersi in Eternals#4. Or was that a mistake?

The Damocles Foundation Organization founded 1000 years ago by a band of rogue Deviants, Eternals, and Humans, led by the Deviant Odysseus Indigo. The Damocles Foundation is determined to seek out and subjigate the next great sources of genetic power among humanity, found mainly in Mutants. Their attempts to control the powers of Danielle Moonstar brought them into conflict with her team X-Force in recent years. Their main base is a lost Deviant colony concealed within the Amazon Rainforest. Members of the Damocles Foundation include Argos the Hunter, Astarte, Dr. Chandra, Arcadia Deville, Ulysses Dragonblood, Electryon, Finn, Jordan Holiday, Odysseus Indigo, Dr. Segismund Joshua, Marcelus, Pyre, Stranglehold, Veeg, Randy Lee Watson, Weller, and Zona. -X-Force#79-80, 83-84, 86, 93-94, 96-97

Darg Deviant guard who observed the gladiator match involving the Avengers. The Black Knight made use of his sword. -Avengers#371

Darius Roman emperor whom Makkari was once the royal charioteer of. -Eternals (v.2)#6

Dark Angel Angel Alias assumed by Daniel and Deborah Ritter when they merge their bodies. -Heroes For Hire#6

General Dasrak Member of Kro's conspiracy against the priesthood. Ghaur made Dasrak shoot himself in the head to demonstrate his powers to Kro. -Eternals (v.2)#10

Dava One of the Eternals of Uranus; provided Marvel Boy with information about Professor Diminutio. He likely died when Deathurge destroyed Uranus' protective dome. -Astonishing#6

King David Warrior King of Judah in Biblical times, who rose to kingly stature after slaying the giant Goliath. The Forgotten One was a friend of his, who fought alongside him at one time. -Avengers#300

Day of Judgement The day upon which the Deviant priesthood claimed they would re-establish Deviant rule on earth using the "Fifth Host". -Eternals (v.2)#11

Daydreamer Catherine Moranis, a 25-year old Canadian farmwoman from 19th century Ottawa, Canada, who joined the Young Gods as their philosopher She has the power to control minds, see the future, and create illusions. After being presented with the other Young Gods to the Celestials by Gaea, Daydreamer was brought to the Celestial Mothership, where she is trained by Juniper. Her fellow Young God Mindsinger is very protective of her. -Thor#300, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual#8, Marvel Comics Presents#101-102, 104-105, 107-109

Death-Ray Immensely powerful weapon held aboard Stellarax's Expedition Craft. He threatened to destroy the earth with it, but was thwarted by Captain Mar-Vell, Drax the Destroyer, and Rick Jones. -Captain Marvel#62

Death-wagons Wagons with large clear windows which collect victims of "Purity Time". The windows allow all anyone in the streets to see the rejects being carried away. -Eternals (v.1)#8, Eternals(v.2)#10

Deathurge Dark black creature who serves Oblivion, and seeks to send all creatures to Oblivion's embrace. Deathurge destroyed the dome protecting the Eternals of Uranus from death, with their blessings. He also served as an aide to Maelstrom for some time, while pursuing Oblivion's agendas. -Marvel Two-In-One#72, Avengers#248-249, Quasar#2, 21-25, 39, Silver Surfer/Rune

Delphan Brothers Team of boxers from Olympia who enjoy getting into fights. They have little love for Polar Eternals, and once started a fight with them prior to the Ritual of the Uni-Mind. When Sersi refused to answer summons to Olympia, Domo sent the Delphan Brothers to New York and force her back. She temporarily turned them into armadillos for that. -Eternals (v.1)#13, Thor#289, Avengers#246-247

Delta Force Team of Deviants assembled by Kro to rescue the Avengers from Ghaur. They included Dragona, El Toro Rojo, Enigmo II, Donald and Deborah Ritter, Karkas and Ransak. -Avengers#370-371

Delta Network Network of Deviants compiled by Kro who all wish to integrate with human society. Kro used names from the Delta Network to compile his Delta Force. Names on the Delta Network include Blackwulf, Dragona, Enigmo II, Erishkigel, Karkas, Metabo, Ransak, Donald and Deborah Ritter, and El Toro Rojo. -Avengers#370-371

Demeityr 700 year old Eternal from Titan who befriended Pamela Douglas while Moondragon's new body was being cloned. Although Moondragon was in love with him, he preferred Pamela, and joined her to adventure in outer space. -Solo Avengers#18, 20

Demon Druid Alias used by Ultimus, before he could recall his own name. -Thor#209, Excalibur#20

Demonio Mexican wrestler El Vampiro defeated before being challenged by El Toro Rojo. -Thor#290

"Demons" During his invasion of New York, Kro's soldiers referred to themselves as "Demons" to frighten the humans. These soldiers were armed with Flamers, and included several mutates. -Eternals (v.1)#3-6

Denga An Eternal of Uranus who befriended Dr. Horace Grayson. He died when Deathurge destroyed Uranus' protective dome. -Marvel Boy#1

Descent Vehicle Vehicle used by the Celestials to land upon the Earth during their expeditions. -Eternals#1

Desecration Annex Special depot created by the Celestials to contain those who have abused their powers. It is attended by the Godstalker, and its prisoners include the Eternal Druig. -Captain Marvel (v.2)#5

Destiny Crystal Heart-shaped amulet with the power to foretell the future. Thanos stole this crystal from the Kharta'een as a present for his brother Eros. -Quasar#59

The Destroyer Invincible suit of armor made of uru, constructed by Odin to one day battle the Celestials. He left the armor within a temple in Vietnam, until it was accidentally released by hunter Buck Franklin. Since then, the armor has been assumed by many humans, and spent a time as servant of Galactus, powered by the force of Galactus' energies. The armor is even capable of independent thought, when faced with difficult dilemmas. Only certain individuals with strong will, such as Thor, Sif, and Odin, can overcome the force of the Destroyer's mind. To battle the Celestials, Odin placed the life-forces of all the Asgardians within and armed it with the Odinsword, but the Celestials melted the armor into slag. It has since been re-formed and used again. -Journey Into Mystery#118, Thor#288-289, 300

Iris Devereaux Half-human, half-Eternal daughter of Ceyote. Iris acquires clients for her father's sculptures. -New Eternals#1

Deviants Sub-race of humanity which on earth, dwell in the city of Lemuria. Deviants on other worlds include the Skrulls, who killed their original race. The Deviants of earth have been ruled by a monarchy, with the House of Toads ruling them for several centuries. Since the death of Brother Tode, Brother Kro, Brother Brutus and Brother Visara have all ruled them, but it is Priestlord Ghaur who currently rules the Deviants, though Kro is kept in power as a figurehead leader. The Deviants' religious system places the Dreaming Celestial as their creator. For centuries, the Deviants believed that the most grotesque of their kind must submit to the Fire Pits of "Purity Time", not knowing that victims of Purity Time ("Rejects") were actually put into suspended animation to one day serve as the "Fifth Host". Purity Time has since been dis-continued. Deviants have little love for one another, and little hope for their future. One of the few pleasures they enjoy is the domination over humanity. At one time, Lemuria existed above the waves, and was capital of the earth. But after an unwise attack on the Celestials, Lemuria was sunk, and the Deviants have never reclaimed their full power. Modern plots have included the use of Mutates to spread disorder among humans. They were also responsible for the many subterranean races, including Gortokians, Moloids, Tyrannoids, and the Lava Men, all originally bred as slaves. For a brief time, the Deviants were mutated further by Apocalypse, and were nearly mindless creatures which rampaged indiscriminately, but they have since been restored to normalcy.

Prominent Deviants include: Ahqlau, Argos the Hunter, Bandrhude, Blackwulf, Blackwulf II, Blackwulf III, Bristle, Broop, Brutus, Cataphrax, Chudar, Coal, Darg, General Dasrax, Dragona, Ulysses Dragonblood, Dromedan, Dulpus, Enigmo II, Erishkigel, Fascit, Finn, Frathag, Ghaur, Giganto, Gigantus, Glomm, Gort, Gorgilla, Grottu, Haag, Hept-Supht, Id, Ignatz, Odysseus Indigo, Jorro, Karkas, Karygmax, Khult, Nuncio Klarheit, Kro, Kulkulk, Lady Trident, Lugner, Mammoth, Marcelus, Medula, Megataur, Metabo, Minotaur, Molten Man-Thing, Morga, Nirvana, Pandara, Plokohrel, Phraug, Pyre, Ragar, Brother Ranar, Ransak, Schizo, Shelmar, Sledge, Sluice, Spike, Spore, Stranglehold, String, Talon, Tantalus, Taras Vol, Thunder, Tobias, El Toro Rojo, Touchstone, Toxin, Tricephalous, Tutinax, Brother Tode, Veeg, Queen Vira, Brother Visara, Randy Lee Watson, Weller, World-Devouring Worm, Wraath, Yrdisis, Zakka, and Zona. -Other Deviants appear in Eternals (v.1)#1-6, 8-10, 13, Thor Annual#7, Thor#285-286, What If (v.1)#23, Iron Man Annual#6, Eternals (v.2)#1-12, Avengers Annual#17, Amazing Spider-Man Annual#23, Avengers West Coast Annual#4, Fantastic Four Annual#22, Alpha Flight (v.1)#83, Fantastic Four#339-340, Quasar#12, Eternals: The Herod Factor, Warlock and the Infinity Watch#7, Avengers#370-371, Thunderstrike#6, Blackwulf#2, 6, 8-10, Heroes For Hire#5-7, Marvel Universe#4-7, New Eternals#1, X-Force#94, Marvel: The Lost Generation#10, Black Panther (v.3)#26-29, Avengers (v.3)#42-44, Cable#96, Avengers (v.3)#49, 52

Deviant Technology The Deviants have developed technology in all areas save artificial intelligence. Among the many weapons and vehicles the have designed are: Air Shuttle, Atom-Displacer, Belts of Bemusement, Bloodhound Missile, Brain-Mines, Coagulation Chamber, Death-Wagons, Diggers, Dimension-Transit, Dispersatron, Disruptor, Dreadnoughts, Electric Whip, Energy Bomb, Energy Screen, Flame of Life, Flamers, Flotillas, Gouger, Gracelet, Ice-Gun, Implosion Device, Infra-Sonic Cannon, Kro's Flagship, Molecular Decoder, Molecular Disruptor, Molecular Disunifier, Packet Rocket, Power-Rod, Raiding Craft, Rail-Jet, Rat, Shadowlance, Shock Howitzer, Shock-Pistol, Shroud Gun, Slicer, Time Projector, Torment Machine, Transjector, Transponder Portal, Wall Screen and Z-Ray.

Deviatron Device Zuras gave to Thena which can locate Deviants within its vicinity. -Eternals Annual#1, Thor#285

Arcadia Deville Young female Mutant whose ability to manipulate reality was sought by the Damocles Foundation. Arcadia aided the Damocles Foundation at first, until learning what they wanted her powers for. Ulysses Dragonblood, brother of the Foundation's leader Odysseus Indigo, helped Arcadia escape the Foundation, and the two are currently on the run together, aided by the Deviant Sledge, and by X-Force. Arcadia accidentally activated reality-warping powers similiar to hers in the X-Force member Danielle Moonstar, due to her inexperience. -X-Force#83-84, 97, 99-100

Diggers Devices used by the Deviants to carve tunnels. Kro's soldiers used the Diggers in order to gain access to the Pyramid of the Winds. -Eternals (v.2)#5

Dimension Cloud Cloud of energy developed by Sigmar which traps victims inside. They are then received through the Atomic-Reassembler. Sigmar used it to capture Ikaris for Druig. -Eternals (v.1)#18

Dimension-Transit Harness worn by Zakka which allows him to pass through solid matter. -Eternals Annual#1

Dinosaurs Though dinosaurs have been extinct for centuries, the Deviants bred a new species, which they released in the mountains of Wakanda, and on Midnight Mountain. Ulysses Bloodstone and Zawadi first met when they battled a Tyrannosaurus. -Tales To Astonish#12, Jungle Action#17, Weird Wonder Tales#21, Punisher War Journal#7, Marvel Universe#4

Dionysus Eternal of Titan, created by ISAAC in the Life-Baths during his take-over. Resembles the Greek god Dionysus, and has cloven hooves. Dionysus was never a devoted follower of ISAAC, and has gladly allied himself with the other Eternals of Titan. He is tended to by his Sprites, tiny humanoid servants. -Captain Marvel#60, Marvel Spotlight (v.2)#1-3

Dispersatron Device used by the Deviants to slay Eternals by breaking them apart at the molecular level. Similiar to the Molecular Disruptor. A hand-held version was once used by Brother Karygmax. -Eternals: The Herod Factor, Avengers#370

Disruptor Large cannon which guards Lemuria. When vessels pass too closely to Deviant space, the Disruptor knocks them out of the sky. -Eternals (v.1)#1

Divinity Artificial life-form created by the Celestials to guard their chamber on Counter-Earth. Divinity has the ability to re-shape itself into any form. It was defeated by Dr. Doom and Lancer. -Heroes Reborn: Ashema

Djade Clan of alien Rejects led by Zharkah. This clan included Agrom, Boomer, Nikoh, Largh, Larrs, Vlon, Wilghe, Wrakk and Zheops. -X-Factor#43-46, 48-50

Dr. Druid Anthony Ludgate Druid, a former doctor who gained mystical powers from the Ancient One to serve as a template for the new Sorcerer Supreme, Dr. Strange. Dr. Druid had many encounters with Deviant mutates in the past, and became a member of Makkari's Monster Hunters. He became good friends with Gorgilla. Dr. Druid later joined the Avengers, and recently passed away after a failed attempt to conquer the Earth. -Weird Wonder Tales#21, Marvel Universe#4-7, Marvel: The Lost Generation#2

Domo Former Head Technologist at the Temple of Command in Olympia. Domo was extremely dedicated to his work, which involved monitoring all of Olympia's advanced systems. He was also responsible for contacting earth's Eternals when it was time to form the Uni-Mind. Domo was among the Eternals who left earth in the form of a Uni-Mind. -Eternals (v.1)#5, 9-11, Thor#287-288, What If (v.1)#29, Avengers#246-248

Doomsday Device Missile created by the Pangorians with the hope of destroying Exitar when he arrived at their world. When Thor appeared over Pangoria, they mistook him for Exitar, and fired the missile, but it did not harm him. -Thor#387

Sibyl Dorn Female member of the Brethren who loved their leader, Thane Ector, and was jealous of him focusing on Sersi. She was slain by the Collector. -Avengers#334-339

"Doublemint Twins" Nickname that Donald and Deborah Ritter picked up. -Fantastic Four Unlimited#10

Dragon of the Moon Demonic entity which may have been responsible for the civil war that nearly destroyed Titan in its early history, and for corrupting Thanos. During the time of Camelot, the Dragon allied itself with Mordred to oppose King Arthur, his knights, and the Eternal called the Interloper. The Interloper was able to drive the Dragon from Earth, and imprisoned its spirit on the moon of Titan. The Dragon was still able to manipulate others, however, and was partially responsible for the corruption of Thanos. It finally found a kindred spirit in Moondragon, and over the years, manipulated her into becoming its servant, and eventually free it. It was opposed by the Defenders, led by the Interloper, who sacrificed their lives to destroy the Dragon. Even in death, the Defenders and the Dragon continued to battle, until Dr. Strange aided the Defenders in vanquishing the Dragon once and for all. -Defenders#143-145, 151-152, Doctor Strange (v.3)#3-4

Dragona Winged, blue-skinned Deviant, sister of Erishkigel. Dragona was Brother Tode's lover during his time in New Lemuria. Some time later, she became a saviour of sorts for Rejects in Lemuria, and joined Kro's Delta Force. -Thor#286, Avengers#370-371

Dragona's Aerie Hidden home of Dragona, within Deviant Lemuria. Dragona brings persecuted Deviants here for protection. -Avengers#370

Ulysses Dragonblood Deviant member of the Damocles Foundation, former leader of Sword, and younger brother of its founder, Odysseus Indigo. Ulysses turned against the Damocles Foundation when he learnt they intended to use Arcadia Deville's powers to help create and control a new breed of humanity. He and Arcadia have received shelter from the Deviant Sledge. Ulysses has green, scaly skin, superhuman strength, and the ability to knock others unconscious by simply touching them. -X-Force#83-84, 97, 99-100

Drax Father of Moondragon. Arthur Douglas, a man killed by Thanos after sighting his vessel in the sky. When Mentor requested Kronos provide a champion to battle Thanos, Kronos resurrected Douglas as Drax, and made it so that while Thanos lived, Drax could not die. Although Drax died temporarily after Thanos was turned to stone, he followed Thanos' return to life, and continues to exist today, albeit with mental impairments. -Iron Man#55, Captain Marvel#32

Dreadnoughts Class of battle-cruiser used in the fleet assembled by Kro for his mission to the Pyramid of the Winds. Ikaris destroyed most of them. -Eternals (v.2)#3-6.

Dreaming Celestial Formerly named Tiamut, this Celestial's true name has been removed from all records. He has been rumored by some to have created the Deviant Tantalus. He was once golden in color, until he committed some crime, which resulted in the other members of the 2nd Host turning "the Weapon" upon him, destroying him. This act was witnessed by Valkin and Sigmar of the Polar Eternals, and the Celestials allowed them to take possession of a vial, containing Tiamut's essence. Valkin constructed the Pyramid of the Winds to contain both the Vial, and "the Weapon, and crafted a security program that would notify his nephew Ikaris, should the Pyramid ever be breached. Tiamt's body, now colored black, was placed beneath the mountains of California, unable to move, only able to dream. He became known as both "the Black Celestial" and "the Dreaming Celestial". The Deviants came to believe that the Celestial's crime was creating them, and the priesthood developed an entire system of belief around him. Ghaur hoped to challenge the might of the Celestials by obtaining the essence from the Vial, but instead, the Dreamer took over Ghaur's actions, and tried to force him into freeing him from his vault, but the Eternals and Avengers stopped him, and the essence was re-sealed into the Vial. He recently began a war with Ashema for control of Counter-Earth, and was defeated by Dr. Doom and Mr. Fantastic. In an alternate future, the Dreamer awakened, and overloaded Galactus' powers so that he would devour the universe, but the Fantastic Four tricked him into being devoured by Galactus himself. -Eternals (v.1)#18, What If (v.1)#23, Eternals (v.2)#11-12, Silver Surfer Annual#2, Amazing Spider-Man Annual#23, Fantastic Four#339-340, Heroes Reborn: Ashema, Fantastic Four (v.3)#25

Dromedan A Deviant Mutate, feared by his own kind for his staggering mental powers, which include illusion casting. The Eternals sealed Dromedan inside of a mountain in South America, but in the time of the 3rd Host, after he was nearly freed by an enthralled Thor, Druig attempted to set him free under his control. However, Dromedan was far superior to Druig, and took over his mind. Dromedan attempted to enslave the Ican peoples with his agents Tutinax, Thunder, and the World-Devouring Worm, but was defeated by Thor and the Polar Eternals, who restored the Neutralizer Helmet that suppresses his powers. At some point, Zuras placed Dromedan into a new tomb, below New York City. He was again freed when a robot of the Hulk crashed into his crypt, but Ikaris destroyed Dromedan, apparently for good. -Eternals (v.1)#16-17, Thor Annual#7. You can read an in-depth profile of Dromedan at Snood's Appendix.

Drones Large, golden robots, which served Arishem in the City of the Space Gods while he remained upon the Ceremonial Pylons. -Eternals (v.1)#3, Thor#289

Drones Robot servants that tend to the Eternals of Titan. -Captain Marvel#61

Druig Son of Valkin, cousin of Ikaris. Druig has long had a thirst for power, which first came out immediately before the coming of the 3rd Host, when he tried to take over Dromedan. However, Dromedan had the stronger will, and defeated him. In modern times, Druig served as an agent of the K.G.B. in Russia, and found that he enjoyed torturing people. When Ziran the Tester came through the area of Polaria, Druig planned to slay him using the "Weapon", which he learnt of by torturing Ikaris, but Ikaris disintegrated Druig before he could fire the Weapon. His body was then recovered by the Celestials, and put into everlasting containment at the Desecration Annex. -Eternals (v.1)#11, 17-19, Thor Annual#7, Captain Marvel (v.2)#5

Dualers Name given to superhumans on an alien world who can appear as either a normal person, or in a "monstrous" form. Iceman of X-Factor was mistaken for a Dualer. -X-Factor#43-46, 48-50

Dulpus Deviant military leader who, after hearing Kang's claims about the inevitable conquest of Earth, led an army of his men into China, to claim it for Lemuria. Challenged to personal combat by Warbird, he sent his agent Glomm to battle her, but after his defeat, Dulpus was forced to return to Lemuria. -Avengers#42-44

"Dum Dum" Gunman who was a member of Kro's "Murder Mob". Makkari sent him down the river. -Captain America Comics#1

"Dumb One" Sprite's nickname for Ikaris. -Eternals#9

Matt Durgan NASA Major who was sent to take pictures of the Celestial Mothership with Terry Parker. Durgan and Parker returned to earth aboard the space vessel used by the Forgotten One. -Eternals (v.1)#13

Dykon Alien Reject and member of the Beginagains, a collective founded by his father, Ryest. Dykon possesses the power to create shockwaves that can cause minor earthquakes. He aided Cyclops in infiltrating the City of the Chosen, after X-Factor became stranded upon his world. -X-Factor#44-46, 48-50

Dyndymene Goddess which Cybele has been mistaken for in the past. -Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#3

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