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"Monster in the Morgue!": Doc Gideon tries to animate a patchwork monster of his own creation, and in doing so revives the spirit of Deadman. The Forever People encounter Deadman during a seance conducted by Trixie Magruder, in which she tells the ghost hero t
Appearing in "Monster in the Morgue!"
- Doc Gideon (a scientist) (Single appearance)
- Trixie Magruder (a psychic) (First appearance)
- Mother Box
- Follower Android
Synopsis for "Monster in the Morgue!"
Doc Gideon tries to animate a patchwork monster of his own creation, and in doing so revives the spirit of Deadman. The Forever People encounter Deadman during a seance conducted by Trixie Magruder, in which she tells the ghost hero that she witnessed the killing of Boston Brand and that he has not yet caught his killer. Gideon steals a capsule from Serifan and uses it to bring his monster to life. It goes on a rampage, but the Forever People bring it down, and Deadman uses it to communicate with the New Genesis youths.
Appearing in "The Man Who Knew All the Answers"
- Hiram Gaunt (a criminal) (Single appearance)
- Jed (a janitor) (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Man Who Knew All the Answers"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This book was first published on April 4, 1972.
- This issue is reprinted in the Jack Kirby's Forever People trade paperback.
- "The Man Who Knew All the Answers" was originally printed in Adventure Comics #74.
- This is the last issue of the series published in double-sized format. Beginning with issue #10, the series resumes its standard format.
- Due to contradictions in continuity, the events from this issue are considered non-canon by the standards of Earth-One continuity. In both Earth-One and Post-Crisis continuity, Boston Brand was murdered by a villain named the Roy "The Hook" Martin in Strange Adventures #215 (as confirmed by Rama Kushna). This issue posits that Deadman's killer was never identified. The alterations to Deadman's origin are not referenced in any comic title other than this one.
- First appearance of the Follower Android.
- Reference is made to Dan Turpin in this issue. In Pre-Crisis continuity, Turpin was a recurring supporting character featured in Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen.
- No trivia.
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- Images from Forever People Vol 1 9
- Forever People (Volume 1)
- Forever People (Volume 2)
- Mister Miracle (Volume 1)
- Mister Miracle (Volume 2)
- Mister Miracle (Volume 3)
- New Gods (Volume 1)
- New Gods (Volume 2)
- New Gods (Volume 3)
- New Gods (Volume 4)
- Orion (Volume 1)
- Jack Kirby's Fourth World (Volume 1)
- Death of the New Gods
- Jack Kirby's Fourth World Omnibus
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