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"Devilance the Pursuer": Darkseid and DeSaad send Devilance the Pursuer against the Forever People. The Infinity Man, trapped in an other-dimensional world by Darkseid, makes a connection with them and induces them to trade places with him o
Appearing in "Devilance the Pursuer"
- Blake (a police officer) (Single appearance)
- Trixie Magruder (Final appearance)
Synopsis for "Devilance the Pursuer"
Darkseid and DeSaad send Devilance the Pursuer against the Forever People. The Infinity Man, trapped in an other-dimensional world by Darkseid, makes a connection with them and induces them to trade places with him once again. Both the Infinity Man and Devilance are apparently destroyed in combat, and the Forever People go to explore the new world they have been sent to live on.
- This issue is reprinted in the Jack Kirby's Forever People trade paperback.
- Final issue of the series.
- This is the final Pre-Crisis appearance of the Forever People, and their final appearance as written and/or illustrated by Jack Kirby. The Forever People make their next appearance in the modern Post-Crisis universe in Forever People (Volume 2) #1.
- The planet that the Forever People are stranded on is not provided with an actual name in this issue. The planet is not identified as Adon until Forever People (Volume 2) #1.
- Darkseid appeared last in Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #152. He appears next in New Gods (Volume 1) #11.
- DeSaad appeared last in Forever People (Volume 1) #8. He appears next in New Gods (Volume 1) #11.
- Devilance the Pursuer is seemingly destroyed in this issue, but returns years later in the pages of 52 Week Seven.
- The tagline for this issue is "Infinity Man Returns!"
- The Grand Comics Database erroneously lists the cover date for this issue as August-September, 1972.
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- Discuss Forever People Vol 1 11 on the forums
- Cover gallery for the Forever People series
Links and References
- Forever People article at Wikipedia
- Forever People article at Don Markstein's Toonopedia
- Forever People profile
- Forever People profile at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Forever People series index at the Grand Comics Database