The New Gods Library

Character Index

The issue citation in parenthesis is the character's first appearance.
Highlighted names indicate characters created by Jack Kirby.

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Aarden (New Gods v.4 #5). Warrior of the Primitives band of gods on New Genesis.

Agogg (New Gods v.3 #23). Minion of Darkseid. Destroyed by Darkseid's Omega beams when he failed to prevent Ellis Ames from killing himself.

Akarl (New Gods v.3 #2). Brother of Lightray and childhood friend of Orion on New Genesis. killed during a bug raid on an agri-center. Sometimes spelled "Arkal."

Amazing Grace (Superman v.2 #3). Member of Darkseid's Elite. Glorious Godfrey's sister. Appearances:

  • Action Comics #600
  • Adventures in the DCU #4
  • Adventures of Superman #426
  • DC/Marvel: Unlimited Access #2-3
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1
  • Orion #5
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Superman v.2 #3
  • Superman Adventures #66
  • Who's Who: Update '87 #1
  • Who's Who in the DC Universe #6, 7

Anaxia (Superman/Aliens 2: God War #2). Citizen of New Genesis. killed by Parademons, along with her husband Ixix.

Anomalie (Spectre v.3 #19). Denizen of Apokolips who, with Hal Jordan/the Spectre, incurs the wrath of Darkseid and is banished from Apokolips into the disorder and chaos of Earth life.

Antagonist (New Gods v.1 #19). Anti-Life minion of Darkseid.

Antinoos (Orion #10). Young god of New Genesis.

Artemis (aka Artemiz, Mister Miracle v.2 #17). » SEE: The Female Furies

Arzaz (Takion #4). One of two Old Gods who survived the destruction of the Second World and came to live on the planet Naftali. He sacrificed himself to be imprisoned on the Source Wall. (Genesis #4)

Astorr alias Infinity Man I (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #18). The original Infinity Man, from Apokolips. Fell through the Infinity Pit when he tried to size its power, to Adon. Died just before passing the mantle on to Drax. (JK4W #18) » SEE: Forever People

Atinai (New Gods v.4 #6). Builder who helped Highfather create Supertown, the Celestial City, above New Genesis.

Auralie, Kreetin, Weldun, Zep (Mister Miracle v.1 #9). Students of Himon; all killed by Protector Willik.

Avia (New Gods v.1 #7). First wife of Izaya. Murdered by Steppenwolf.

Bane (New Gods v.1 #18). Minion of Darkseid, with a fin atop his helmet.

The Black Racer. From Who's Who #3 (1985); art by Jack Kirby.

Beautiful Dreamer (Forever People #1). » SEE: Forever People

Bekka (DC Graphic Novel #4. The Hunger Dogs). Himon's daughter, enamored of Orion.

Bernadeth (Mister Miracle v.1 #6). » SEE: The Female Furies

Big Barda (Mister Miracle v.1 #4). Former leader of the Female Furies and wife of Scott Free/Mister Miracle. » SEE: Big Barda •  Big Barda (New 52)

Big Bear (Forever People v.1 #1). » SEE: Forever People

Big Breeda (Mister Miracle v.2 #28). Big Barda's mother.

Black Racer (New Gods v.1 #3). The New Gods' Grim Reaper, who collects souls and returns them to the Source. Darkseid and Metron created a faux Black Racer ("simulacrum") to stop Orion, whose armor was donned by Scott Free. (Orion #14-15). Appearances:

  • Action Comics #656
  • Adventures of Superman #470
  • Captain Atom #38
  • Darkseid vs. Galactus: The Hunger
  • Flash: Our Worlds at War
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Impulse #77
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #4, 7, 14, 16, 17
  • JLA #14
  • Mister Miracle v.3 #1, 2, 4
  • New Gods v.1 #3, 4, 7, 11, 18, 19, 25
  • Secret Society of Super-Villains #4, 5
  • Superboy v.2 #91
  • Superman v.2 #35, 47
  • Superman: The Man of Steel #116, 118
  • Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #115
  • War of the Gods #4
  • Young Justice #36

Blight (Orion #19). Minion of Darkseid.

Bloody Mary (Hawk and Dove v.3 #21). » SEE: The Female Furies

Brimstone (Legends #1). Monstrous, sentient construct of plasma, created on Earth from S.T.A.R. Labs nuclear technology, grown from a techno-seed planted by Darkseid.

Brola (New Gods v.1 #2). Minion of Darkseid.

Bully Boy (Superman and Savage Dragon: Metropolis). Warrior of Apokolips and minion of Killroy; brother of Runt.

Buna (Superman v.3 #104). Warrior of Apokolips.

Captain Hathak (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #10). Former lover of Tigra. Destroyed by Darkseid. (Orion #2)

Canis Major and Canis Minor (Orion #15). Canis Major was a loyal warrior of Darkseid's army. He was bested by his son, Canis Minor, who assumed his rank. When Minor demonstrated too much initiative, he was killed by Darkseid.

Celestia (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #6). Resident of Supertown.

Clockwerx (Orion #16). A giant immortal who killed his brother and fled to the sanctuary of the Tree of Knowledge, the center of the universe. He was chained there for eons by dark forces called the Ecruos and freed by Orion. (Orion #18)

Commander Gideon (New Gods v.3 #3; named Gideon in #17). Leader of New Genesis military who constantly opposed Highfather's peaceful mandates. Killed in war by Yuga Khan. (#20)

Commander Tusk (Legends of the DC Universe 80-Page Giant #2). Commander in Darkseid's army. Destroyed after failing Darkseid.

Control (Orion #18). Communications officer on Apokolips.

Cyborg-87 (New Gods v.3 #3). Minion of Darkseid.

The Dark (Forever People v.2 #1). An aspect of the Anti-Life, manifesting as wraiths.

Darkseid (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #134). » SEE: Darkseid

The Deep Six (New Gods v.1 #2, 5, 6). » SEE: Deep Six

Desaad. From Who's Who #6 (1985).
Devilance the Pursuer. From Who's Who #18 (1986).

Desaad (Forever People #2). Darkseid's oldest friend and loyal minion (most of the time). Appearances:

  • A. Bizarro #3
  • Action Comics #600, 643
  • Adventure Comics #459, 460
  • Adventures of Superman #456, 495
  • Apokolips: Dark Uprising
  • Batman and Superman. World's Finest #4
  • Cosmic Odyssey #1, 4
  • Crisis on Infinite Earths #8, 12
  • Darkseid vs. Galactus: The Hunger
  • DC Challenge #12
  • DC/Marvel: Unlimited Access #2-4 as Disastermind in #3 and 4
  • Firestorm #76
  • Forever People #2-6, 8, 11
  • Genesis #3-4
  • Green Lantern 80-Page Giant #3
  • Green Lantern v.2 #61, 91, 101
  • Guy Gardner: Warrior #29
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #2-7, 9-17, 19
  • JLA in Crisis Secret Files #1
  • Justice League America #88, Annual #9
  • Justice League International #64
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1
  • Kingdom Come #2
  • Legends #1-4
  • Legends #of the DC Universe 24-25
  • Martian Manhunter #34
  • Millennium #8
  • Mister Miracle Special #1
  • New Gods v.1 #1, 2, 11
  • New Gods v.2 (reprints) #6
  • New Gods v.3 #1, 3-8, 10-12, 15, 19, 20, 23, 25, 26
  • New Gods v.4 #1, 4, 6, 7, 9-11, 13, 14
  • New Year's Evil: Darkseid
  • Orion #1-5, 7-12, 15
  • Outsiders v.2 #22
  • New Gods v.1 #17-19
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Secret Origins of Super-Villains 80-Page Giant
  • Suicide Squad #3
  • Superman Adventures #28, 53, 66
  • Superman/Aliens 2: God War #1, 2, 4
  • Superman/Batman: Generations III #6, 7, 9 (Elseworlds)
  • Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey #1-3
  • Superman and Batman: World's Funnest
  • Superman: The Man of Steel #73
  • Superman v.2 #35, 104, 107
  • Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #116
  • Superman: The Dark Side #1-3 (Elseworlds)
  • Supermen of America #2
  • Super Powers v.2 #1-4, 6
  • Super Powers v.3 #1, 3, 4
  • Warlord #121, Annual #6
  • Thorion of the New Asgods (as L'ok D'Saad)
  • War of the Gods #1, 3, 4
  • Wonder Woman v.2 #101-104

Desdemona (New Gods v.3 #22). Metron's former lover. She cares for the young of New Genesis and when Metron was responsible for some childrens' deaths, she cut all ties to him.

Devilance the Pursuer (Forever People v.1 #11). Minion of Darkseid. Destroyed in battle with the Infinity Man. Appearances:

  • DC/Marvel: Unlimited Access #2-4 (as Silverlance)
  • Forever People v.1 #11
  • Orion #5

Dispatcher (New Gods v.3 #27). Minion of Darkseid. Killed in battle with Orion. (#28)

Drax aka Infinity Man II (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #2). Elder brother of Darkseid. » SEE: Forever People profile

Doctor Bedlam. From Who's Who #6 (1985).

Doctor Bedlam (Mister Miracle v.1 #3). Member of Darkseid's Elite who is bodiless, and inhabits temporary "Animates." Appearances:

  • Apokolips: Dark Uprising
  • First Issue Special #13
  • Green Lantern v.2 #61
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1
  • Legends #1-2
  • Martian Manhunter #33
  • Mister Miracle v.1 #3, 4, 11, 18-20
  • Mister Miracle v.2 #1, 2
  • New Gods v.3 #6
  • Orion #5
  • New Gods v.1 #14
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Superman and Batman: World's Funnest
  • Superman: The Dark Side #1, 3 (Elseworlds)
  • Warlord Annual #1
  • War of the Gods #1
  • Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #6, 16
  • Who's Who in the DC Universe #7

Doctor Jinn (Superman/Aliens 2: God War #1). Apokoliptian scientist. Killed when Desaad infected him with an alien.

Dreggs (New Gods v.3 #6). Nickname for the Old Gods, now zombie-like survivors of the Third World who shamble about the Necropolis beneath Apokolips.

D'Vo (Legends of the DC Universe #24). Apokoliptian rabble-rouser.

Enkar (Mister Miracle v.3 #2). Creature which resides on New Genesis and guardian of Hadis.

Esak. From Who's Who Update '87 #3 (1987).
Fastbak. From Who's Who Update '87 #3 (1987).
Forager. From Who's Who #8 (1985).

Esak (New Gods v.1 #4). Former student of Metron, disfigured in an accident and defected to Darkseid's cause. Killed by Orion. (DC Graphic Novel #4. The Hunger Dogs) Appearances:

  • DC Graphic Novel #4: The Hunger Dogs
  • Forever People v.1 #7
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • New Gods v.1 #4
  • Orion #5
  • New Gods v.1 #13, 14, 16

Fastbak (New Gods v.1 #5). God of New Genesis with super-speed. Appearances:

  • Guy Gardner: Warrior #29
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Mister Miracle v.3 #1
  • New Gods v.1 #5, 7
  • New Gods v.2 #1, 16
  • Orion #5
  • Starman #57-60
  • Superboy #58
  • Superman: The Dark Side #2 (Elseworlds)
  • Warlord Annual #6
  • War of the Gods #4
  • Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #16
  • Who's Who Update '87 #2
  • Who's Who in the DC Universe #16

The Female Furies. » SEE: Female Furies profile

Forager (New Gods v.1 #9). Honorable human warrior of New Genesis raised among the "bug" people, or the Insect Empire. The Forager sacrificed himself to destroy the Anti-Life doomsday bomb on Earth. (Cosmic Odyssey #4) Appearances:

  • Adventure Comics #459-460
  • Cosmic Odyssey #1-4
  • First Issue Special #13
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • New Gods v.1 #9, 12, 14-19
  • New Gods v.3 #10
  • Superman/Aliens 2: God War #3-4
  • Superman: The Dark Side #1-3 (Elseworlds)
  • Warlord Annual #6
  • Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #8, 16
  • Who's Who in the DC Universe #16

Forager II (New Gods v.3 #2). Inheritor of Forager's title among the Insect Empire. Appearances:

  • New Gods v.3 #2, 4, 5
  • Showcase '95 #7 (as illusion)

The Forever People. » SEE: Forever People profile

Gargon (New Gods #12). Minion of Darkseid.

Geridath (Orion #12). Promethean giant freed from imprisonment by Darkseid and sent to destroy Earth. Foiled by Orion who, using the Anti-Life Equation, sent the behemoth into the cosmos never to be seen again.

Gilotina (Mister Miracle v.1 #8). » SEE: The Female Furies

Glorious Godfrey. From Who's Who #9 (1985).
Granny Goodness. From Who's Who #9 (1985).

Glorious Godfrey (Forever People v.1 #3). Member of Darkseid's Elite. Teacher in Granny's Orphanage. Appearances:

  • Adventures in the DC Universe #4
  • Forever People v.1 #3, 6, 7
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1
  • Legends #1-6
  • Martian Manhunter #33
  • Orion #5
  • Secret Files and Origins. JLA in Crisis #1
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Suicide Squad v.1 #3
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14

Granny Goodness (Mister Miracle v.1 #2). Member of Darkseid's Elite. Runs teaching grounds (orphanage) of Apokolips' warriors. Appearances:

  • A. Bizarro #3
  • Adventures of Superman #495, 518
  • Apokolips: Dark Uprising
  • Brave and the Bold #128
  • Bullets and Bracelets (Amalgam, as "Granny Harkness)
  • Genesis #2, 3
  • Guardians of Metropolis #1-4
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Impulse #77
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #1, 3, 9, 18, 19
  • JLA in Crisis Secret Files #1
  • Justice League International #20, 21
  • Justice League of America #185
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1
  • Legends #2
  • Legends of the DC Universe 80-Page Giant #2
  • Martian Manhunter #33-34
  • Mister Miracle v.1 #2, 7-9, 18-21, 25, special 1
  • Mister Miracle v.2 #17, 18, 25
  • Mister Miracle v.3 #1-4
  • New Gods v.2 (reprints) #6
  • New Gods v.4 #1, 5, 6, 11
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • New Year's Evil: Darkseid
  • Orion #5, 8, 12
  • Secret Origins #33
  • Secret Origins of Super-Villains 80-Page Giant #1
  • Suicide Squad #34-36
  • Superboy #25, 92
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Supergirl #28, 29
  • Superman Adventures #21
  • Superman Adventures #42, 53, 65, 66
  • Superman and Batman: World's Funnest
  • Superman and Savage Dragon: Metropolis
  • Superman/Batman: Generations III #6, 7, 9 (Elseworlds)
  • Superman: The Dark Side #1-3 (Elseworlds)
  • Super Powers v.1 #4
  • Warlord Annual #6
  • Young Justice #37

Grayven (Green Lantern v.3 #74). Alleged son of Darkseid, disproved.

Hagdar (Super-Team Family #15). Minion of Darkseid. Destroyed by the Flash (Barry Allen).

Heggra (New Gods v.1 #7). Former queen of Apokolips. She ordered Desaad to kill Darkseid's first wife, Suli (mother of Kalibak). (#11) She was in turn killed by Desaad on Darkseid's order. (New Gods v.3 #20)

  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #3, 5, 15
  • New Gods v.1 #7
Highfather. From Who's Who #10 (1985).
Himon. From Who's Who Update '87 #3 (1987).

Highfather aka Izaya (New Gods v.1 #1)

The Highfather of New Genesis was Izaya ("First Among Equals"), the ruler of New Genesis, father of Mister Miracle (Scott Free), and adoptive father of Orion.

He was originally known as "the Inheritor," and was a member of New Genesis' military. Izaya's wife Avia was murdered by Steppenwolf of Apokolips. This led Izaya and New Genesis to war against Apokolips, and he eventually killed Steppenwolf in battle. As the war dragged on, casulties mounted and New Genesis was devastated. Sickened by the violence, Izaya rejected his role as a warrior and encountered the Source Wall, the only remaining artifact from the time of the Old Gods. The Source communicated with Izaya, who adopted the title of Highfather, becoming tspiritual he leader of New Genesis. Highfather negotiated a pact with Darkseid of Apokolips. The two exchanged their sons to end the war.

Highfather was killed by Ares, the God of War. (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #8) The title of "Highfather" then passed to Takion, an Earth man bonded to the Source by the machinations of Izaya.

Appearances:

  • Adventure Comics #459-460
  • Adventures of Superman #495
  • Bullets and Bracelets (as Highfather-Odin)
  • Cosmic Odyssey #1-4
  • Darkseid vs. Galactus: The Hunger
  • Day of Judgment #1, 5
  • DC Graphic Novel 4: The Hunger Dogs
  • DC Holiday Bash #1
  • DC Special Series #10
  • First Issue Special #13
  • Forever People v.1 #7
  • Genesis #1, 2
  • Green Lantern 80-Page Giant #3
  • History of the DC Universe #1, 2
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #1, 3-8, 19-20
  • JLA #29, 31
  • Justice League America #40, Annual #9
  • Justice League of America #184-185
  • The Kingdom #1-2
  • Legion of Super-Heroes #292-294
  • Millennium #8
  • Mister Miracle v.1 #18, 19, 21-24
  • Mister Miracle v.2 #2-5, 22-25, 27, 28
  • Mister Miracle v.3 #1, 4
  • New Gods v.1 #1, 5, 7, 13-19
  • New Gods v.3 #1-3, 6-8, 11-13, 16-22, 27-28
  • New Gods v.4 #1-12, 14, 15
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • New Year's Evil: Gog
  • Superman v.2 #95
  • Superman/Aliens 2: God War #1-4
  • Superman/Batman: Generations III #2, 4, 7, 9 (Elseworlds)
  • Superman: Emperor Joker
  • Superman: The Dark Side #1 (Elseworlds)
  • Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #147
  • Takion #1, 3, 5
  • Warlord Annual #6
  • Thorion of the New Asgods (Amalgam, as Odin the Highfather)
  • War of the Gods #4
  • Zero Hour #3

Himon (Mister Miracle v.1 #9). Enlightened sage, mentor of Mister Miracle, and rebel leader from New Genesis who lives on Apokolips. Appearances:

  • Adventures in the DC Universe Annual #1
  • DC Graphic Novel 4: The Hunger Dogs
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #14, 16
  • Justice League America Annual #9
  • Martian Manhunter #19, 34
  • Mister Miracle v.1 #9, 21, 22, 24
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Orion #5
  • Secret Origins #33
  • Suicide Squad #35
  • Superboy v.3 #25
  • Supergirl v.5 #29
  • Superman: The Dark Side #1 (Elseworlds)

Hoogin (Mister Miracle v.1 #7). Minion of Darkseid. Killed by Mister Miracle.

Hydrik and Klepp (Mister Miracle v.1 #5). Agents of Virman Vundabar. Hydrik killed by lab explosion.

Infernus (New Gods v.3 #16). Minion of Darkseid resembling a Chinese demon.

Infinity Man (Forever People #1). » SEE: Forever People

Insect Empire/Legion aka the "Bug" people (The New Gods v.1 #9). This race of insectoids live on the surface of New Genesis and are referred to derogatorily as the "Bug" people by the gods of Supertown. These beings were seeded there by Darkseid during wartime and evolved. They were considered pests and occasionally exterminated by Highfather's Monitors because they raided the gods' food stores. The Forager was a humanoid member of their colony; how he came to live there was never revealed. They are led by the All-Widow (aka Queen-Widow) and her servant, the Prime One. Mantis of Apokolips ralliedthe Insects to invade Earth, but Forager escaped to warn Orion. (#9) Lightray defeated them with a sonic weapon, driving them back to New Genesis. (#10) Note: The term "Insect Legion" was coined by Jim Starlin in Cosmic Odyssey #2 (1988), and he switched to "Insect Empire" in New Gods v.3 (1989).

Iota (New Gods v.3 #3). Minion of Darkseid.

Ixix (Superman/Aliens 2: God War #2). Citizen of New Genesis. Killed by Parademons, along with his wife Anaxia.

Jezebelle (Earth-17, New Gods v.1 #12) • aka Jezebel (New Gods v.2 #1). Warrior of New Genesis born on Apokolips.

Jigundus (Superman/Aliens 2: God War #3). Noble warrior of New Genesis, a brute under Barda's command.

Joatt and Saraday (Orion #2). Young lovers of New Genesis.

Jovita (New Gods v.3 #8). Leader of a band of Hunger Dogs in Armagetto, enamored of Orion.

Justeen (Orion #1). Ambitious assassin, lieutenant to Desaad. Posed as Meteorra to infiltrate New Genesis. (Orion #10)

Kalibak. From Who's Who #12 (1986).

Kalibak (New Gods v.1 #1). Darkseid's son, with Suli. Jealous of his father's negligence towards him. Appearances:

  • Action Comics #600, Annual #3
  • Adventures of Superman Annual #7
  • Apokolips: Dark Uprising
  • Birds of Prey #39 (cameo)
  • DC/Marvel: Unlimited Access #2-4, as Sabrebak
  • First Issue Special #13
  • Genesis #2-4
  • Green Lantern v.2 #61, 101, 102
  • Green Lantern 80-Page Giant #3
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Impulse #52
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #6, 9, 16-18
  • JLA in Crisis Secret Files #1
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1
  • Legion of Super-Heroes #290-294
  • Martian Manhunter #34
  • Mister Miracle Special #1
  • Mister Miracle v.3 #2-4
  • New Gods v.1 #1, 4, 5, 8, 11, 18
  • New Gods v.2 (reprint) #6
  • New Gods v.3 #1, 7, 8, 10, 12
  • New Gods v.4 #1, 6
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Orion #1, 4-7
  • Outsiders v.2 #22
  • Secret Society of Super-Villains #3-4
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Superman Adventures #28, 57, 65, 66
  • Superman/Aliens 2: God War #3-4
  • Superman and Batman: World's Funnest
  • Superman and Savage Dragon: Metropolis
  • Superman: The Man of Steel #116
  • Supermen of America #2-5
  • Super Powers v.2 #1, 2, 6
  • Super Powers v.3 #1
  • Warlord Annual #6
  • Thorion of the New Asgods (Amalgam, as a Promethean Giant)
  • War of the Gods #4
  • Young Heroes in Love #5

Kalibre (Superman v.3 #104). Assassin of Apokolips.

Kalkus (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #6). Engineer of Darkseid.

Kaninsky (Legends of the DC Universe #24). Veteran Hunger Dog whose reanimated head is studied by Darkseid for futher insight into the lives of the denizens of Apokolips.

Kanto (Mister Miracle v.1 #7). Member of Darkseid's Elite and Darkseid's trusted personal assassin. Appearances:

  • Adventures of Superman #518
  • Apokolips: Dark Uprising
  • Bullets and Bracelets (Amalgam)
  • DC/Marvel: Unlimited Access #2-4
  • Genesis #3
  • Green Lantern 80-Page Giant #3
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #3, 9-11, 13, 18-19
  • Justice League International #21
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1
  • Martian Manhunter #18-19, 30, 31, 33, 34
  • Mister Miracle v.1 #7, 8, 18-20, 22
  • New Year's Evil: Darkseid
  • Orion #4, 5, 6, 8
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Suicide Squad #34-36
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Superman Adventures #21, 65, 66
  • Superman and Batman: World's Funnest
  • Superman and Savage Dragon: Metropolis
  • Superman/Batman: Generations III #6, 7, 9 (Elseworlds)
  • Superman v.2 #104
  • Superman: The Dark Side #1, 3 (Elseworlds)
  • Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #16
  • Who's Who Update '87 #3
  • Who's Who in the DC Universe #7
  • Wonder Woman v.1 #126

Kanto 13 (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #9). Darkseid's former personal assassin. Destroyed by his master and replaced by his protégé, Iluthin (who became Kanto). (#13)

Karreev (Doomsday Annual #1). Former arranged bride to Darkseid. Doomsday's arrival on her homeworld of Bylan 5 prevented the marriage from occuring.

Killroy (Superman and Savage Dragon: Metropolis). The son of Steppenwolf.

Knockout (Superboy v.3 #2). Female Fury who remained on Earth and became Superboy's partner and later joined the Secret Six. » SEE: The Female Furies

Kyta (Apokolips: Dark Uprising). Denizen of Armagetto.

K'zandr (New Gods v.4 #3). Keeper of New Genesis's oracle.

Lakutha (Orion #3). Tigra's midwife. Killed by Tigra to keep identity of Orion's true parentage secret.

Lar-El (Superman/Batman: Generations III #7). Elseworlds: Son of Superman and Beautiful Dreamer.

Lashina (Mister Miracle v.1 #6). » SEE: The Female Furies

Ligea (Showcase '94 #1). Prisoner of the Source Wall.

Lightray (New Gods v.1 #1). » SEE: Lightray

Lonar (Forever People v.1 #5). Warrior for New Genesis who rides a warrior horse, Thunderer, and prefers to live on the planet. Appearances:

  • Cosmic Odyssey #1
  • DC Graphic Novel #4: The Hunger Dogs
  • Forever People #5, 7
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #6
  • New Gods v.1 #12, 15
  • New Gods v.3 #3, 6
  • Orion #5
  • Warlord Annual #6
  • War of the Gods #4
  • Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #16
  • Who's Who in the DC Universe #16

Lucifar (New Gods v.1 #15). Minion of Darkseid.

The Lump (Mister Miracle v.1 #7). Deformed and immobile creature with tremendous mental powers. Used by Darkseid to entrap enemies mentally.

Lurker (Superman and Savage Dragon: Metropolis). Warrior of Apokolips and minion of Killroy.

Madame Nature (New Gods v.3 #3). New Genesis security chief.

Mad Harriet (Mister Miracle v.1 #6). » SEE: The Female Furies

Maelstrom (Superman/Supergirl: Maelstrom #1-5). Warrior who so loved Darkseid that she set out to bring him the greatest prize — Superman's head.

Mageddon (JLA #12). The Anti-Sun, a weapon of the Old Gods, the prime annihilator, imprisoned for 15 million years in a gravity sink on the outer curve of spacetime.

Magnar (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #147). Warrior of New Genesis.

Malice Vundabar (Hawk and Dove v.3 #21). Sister of Virman Vundabar. » SEE: The Female Furies

Mantis. From Who's Who #14 (1986).

Mantis (Forever People v.1 #2). Warrior of Darkseid's elite. Destroyed by Orion; his soul now resides in the Unholy See. (Orion #9)

  • DC/Marvel: Unlimited Access #1-4
  • Forever People v.1 #2
  • Genesis #2
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1
  • Legion of Super-Heroes v.3 #97
  • New Gods v.1 #2, 9, 10
  • New Gods v.2 (reprints) #6
  • New Gods v.3 #2, 4, 5
  • Orion #5, 8, 9
  • Secret Society of Super-Villains #2-5
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Superman Adventures #66
  • Superman and Savage Dragon: Metropolis
  • Super Powers v.2 #3, 6
  • Warlord Annual #6
  • War of the Gods #4

Mark Moonrider (Forever People v.1 #1). » SEE: Forever People

"Marvelous" Marno (Mister Miracle #22). Inventor on Apokolips.

Master Mayhem (Doomsday Annual #1). Minion of Steppenwolf. slaughtered by Doomsday on Bylan 5.

Maya I (Forever People v.2 #1). The personification of the Forever People's Mother Box. Assumed humanoid form after they were corrupted by the Dark, then implanted itself into Beautiful Dreamer to become the soul of Dreamer's daughter. (#6)

Maya II (Mister Miracle v.2 #5). Daughter of Big Bear and Beautiful Dreamer. In post-Zero Hour continuity, their marriage and child were retconned away.

Metron. From Who's Who #15 (1986).

Metron (New Gods v.1 #1)

Metron is a master of technology and the ultimate seeker of knowledge. He pilots his Mobius Chair through time and space.

Metron hails from New Genesis but is usually neutral (some would say amoral) in the conflict bwetween New Genesis and Apokolips, though he seems more often on the side of New Genesis. His true loyalty is to his quest for knowledge; he seeks to understand the Source, and to penetrate the wall surrounding it.

His greatest shame is the bargain he struck with Darkseid, who gave him the X-Element that led Metron to invent his Mobius Chair, and later the Boom Tube. He agreed to give this technology to Darkseid. His guilt later led Metron to covertly aid Scott Free during his days in Granny Goodness's Orphanage.

Metron was a great friend of Scott's mentor Himon, whose theories Metron often put into practical use.

In one interview, Kirby compared Metron to Edward teller, the scientist who developed the hydrogen bomb.

Appearances:

  • Action Comics Annual #3
  • Adventure Comics #459-460
  • Adventures of Superman #489
  • Chronos #11
  • Cosmic Odyssey #1
  • DC Challenge #8-12
  • DC Graphic Novel 4: The Hunger Dogs
  • DC Special Series #10
  • Forever People v.1 #7
  • Genesis #2-4
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Hourman #12-13
  • Impulse #. Bart Saves the Universe
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #2-5, 8, 10-18
  • JLA #11-15, 24, 36, 37, 41
  • JSA #12-15
  • Justice League America Annual #9
  • Justice League International #11-12)))
  • Justice League of America #183, 185
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1 (Elseworlds
  • Martian Manhunter #33, 34
  • Marvel and DC Present featuring the Uncanny X-Men and the New Teen Titans
  • Mister Miracle v.1 #9, 18
  • New Gods v.1 #1, 4, 5, 7
  • New Gods v.3 #1, 2, 9, 11, 12, 16, 19-22, 26-28
  • New Gods v.4 #1-5, 9, 11-15
  • Orion #6, 12-16, 21, 24
  • New Gods v.1 #12-13, 18-19
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Secret Origins #33
  • Showcase '94 #1
  • The Spectre v.3 #19
  • Superboy #62-64
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Superman/Aliens 2: God War #2
  • Superman/Batman: Generations III #2, 4, 7, 8 (Elseworlds)
  • Superman: The Man of Steel #10, 64
  • Superman v.2 #35, 65-55, 93, 95, 107
  • Superman: The Dark Side #1-2 (Elseworlds)
  • Super Powers v.1 #5
  • Super-Team Family #15
  • Swamp Thing #62
  • Wonder Woman v.2 #102, 126, 129
  • Zero Hour #4-1

Mister Miracle II (Scott Free) (Mister Miracle v.1 #1). Son of Izaya traded to Darkseid in exchange for Orion. Escaped from Apokolips and lives mostly on Earth with his wife Barda. » SEE: Mister Miracle Mister Miracle (New 52)

Mokkari and Simyan (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #135). Earth-based scientists (Apokolips born) and loyal minions of Darkseid. Original bodies destroyed. Recreated with new clone bodies by Dabney Donovan. (issue?) Those bodies were later destroyed by Donovan's clone-virus. (Superboy #74)

Mortalla (New Gods Secret Files #1). Darkseid's concubine, a human woman transformed by the dark lord into the likeness of his first wife, Suli. Appearances:

  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Orion #5-9, 11-14, 19, 24
  • Superman vs. Darkseid

Mother Herrae (New Gods v.4 #3). Leader of the Primitives of New Genesis and one of the original New Gods.

Myt (Mister Miracle v.3 #1). Minion of Darkseid. Killed by Big Barda. (Mister Miracle v.3 #4)

The Nameless One (Takion #7). One of two Old Gods who survived the destruction of the Second World. He was the dark opposite of Arzaz, akin to Darkseid. He was called a "nameless one" by Shazam. Arzaz took the Nameless One with him into the Source Wall to ensure his negative thoughts wouldn't pollute the efforts to restore the Source. (Genesis #4)

Necromina (New Gods v.3 #17). Minion of Darkseid who can raise and control the dead. Given dominion over the land of the Dreggs (Old Gods).

Nurse Maggit (A.Bizarro #3). Assistant to Desaad.

Orion (New Gods v.1 #1). Son of Darkseid and hero of New Genesis. » SEE: Orion

Parademons (New Gods v.1 #1). Darkseid's manufactured winged soldiers, bred as a disposable source of infantry. Their appearance has evolved over the years and most are mindless though they range in intelligence.

  • 3g4 (Aquaman #37). Parademon drone who somehow develops a self-awareness and questions his training. Killed by Topkick for treachery.
  • Colonel Harrendous (Superman/Aliens 2: God War #2). Officer of Parademon invasion force. Killed when Alien egg within him burst.
  • Parademon (Villains United #1). A rogue Parademon with a softer side who remained on Earth and joined the Secret Six. Was the lover of Rag Doll III.
  • Pharzoof (Birds of Prey #12). Rogue Parademon.
  • Topkick (Aquaman #37). Parademon drill instructor.

Prime One (New Gods v.1 #9). Title given to the highest priest of the Insect Empire (or "Bug" race) on New Genesis, and Forager's mentor. The original Prime One was killed in a ritual by the All-Widow.

Prime One II (New Gods v.3 #2). A successor and servant of the Queen Widow. Killed along with his race (post-Crisis). (New Gods v.3 #5)

Prodigan (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #13). Promethean giant who escaped the Promethean galaxy. Was later trapped on the Source Wall.

Promethean Giants (New Gods v.1 #5). A race of eons-old beings from the Promethean Galaxy whose size swarfs planets. They were all imp

Protector Willik (Mister Miracle v.1 #9). Apokolips district protector. Blown up by Himon.

Pythia (New Gods v.4 #4). Powerful master of a paradise realm, a secret, beautiful Garden of Hope deep within Apokolips.

Queen-Widow aka All-Widow(New Gods v.1 #9). Queen of the Insect Empire (or "Bug" colony). Killed when the colony was destroyed by Mantis. (New Gods v.3 #5)

Ravok the Ravager (Uncanny X-Men and New Teen Titans). Minion of Darkseid. Destroyed by Darkseid's Omega Beams.

Reflektorr (New Gods v.3 #13). Extension of the Dark; a type of energy being from Apokolips made of psychic energy that manifests a person's fear.

Rip Roar (Young Justice #2). Warrior of Apokolips who was imprisoned in a strange mountain on Earth for 2000 years. Met Young Justice then was reimprisoned by lava flow of a volcano.

Runt (Superman and Savage Dragon: Metropolis). Warrior of Apokolips and minion of Killroy; brother of Bully Boy.

Seagrin (New Gods v.1 #5). Warrior of New Genesis. killed by the Deep Six.

Seera (A. Bizarro #3). » SEE: The Female Furies

Serifan (Forever People v.1 #1). » SEE: Forever People

Sirius (Orion #10). Beast (possibly survivor of the era of the Old Gods) who dwells in a labyrinth of the Necropolis. Sacrificed his life to save Orion from Desaad.

Serafina (Infinity Man and the Forever People #1). The New 52 incarnation of the Forever People's Serifan, recreated as Vykin's sister.

Sister Sunlight (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #15). Healer who sacrificed herself to save a dying child.

S'ivaa (New Gods v.4 #5). A giant created from the fiery death of the Old Gods. It slumbered beneath the Eternal Sea on New Genesis. It was forced into the Source Wall and imprisoned there by Orion and Superman. (New Gods v.4 #11)

Skrok (Orion #7). A minion ordered by Orion to destroy the Thunderbelt of the Old Gods. He unwillingly gave it up to Mortalla, who overcame him.

Sleez (Action Comics #592). Minion of Darkseid who fell from favor and was banished to Earth. Was consumed by a powerful backlash of Dubbliex's mental powers. (Superman v.3 Annual #2)

Speed Queen (Hawk and Dove v.3 #21). » SEE: The Female Furies

Sserpa (New Gods v.4 #5). Warrior of New Genesis's tribe of Primitives.

Stanga (New Gods v.1 #7). Diminutive hermit who lives on New Genesis.

Stayne (Takion #3). Created from the Source by Darkseid to be Takion's opposite.

Steppenwolf. From Who's Who #22 (1986).

Steppenwolf (New Gods v.1 #7). Darkseid's uncle (once killed by Izaya, but revived years later by his nephew) and general of Apokolips' armies. Appearances:

  • Apokolips: Dark Uprising
  • Doomsday Annual #1
  • Genesis #3
  • Green Lantern v.2 #61
  • Green Lantern 80-Page Giant #3
  • History of the DC Universe #2
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #1, 15
  • Mister Miracle v.3 #1–4
  • New Gods v.1 #7
  • New Gods v.2 (reprints) #6
  • New Gods v.3 #22
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Outsiders v.2 #21–22
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Super Powers v.2 #1, 4, 6
  • Super Powers v.3 #1–4
  • Superman Adventures #65–66
  • Warlord Annual #6

Sting (Mister Miracle v.3 #7). Arachnid warrior of Apokolips.

Stompa (Mister Miracle v.1 #6). » SEE: The Female Furies

Sturmer (JLA #34). Orion's war dog. Lost in the void of Mageddon. (JLA #39)

Suli (mentioned New Gods v.1 #11 • appeared New Gods v.3 #8). Darkseid's first wife and Kalibak's mother. Poisoned by Desaad on Heggra's command.

Takion (Takion #1). Once human, Joshua Saunders was transformed by Highfather into an avatar of the Source, to heal it after it was infected by Darkseid's presence, and as a contingency plan if anything were to happen to Highfather. Takion became the new Highfather after Izaya's death. (JKFW #11) » SEE: History > Post-Zero Hour: Takion

Appearances:

  • Final Night #1, 3
  • Genesis #1-4
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #1, 3-7, 10-14, 16, 18-19
  • JLA #17, 24
  • New Gods v.4 #12-15
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Orion #3-6, 9, 12
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Superman: The Man of Steel #64
  • Takion #1-7
  • Wonder Woman v.2 #126

Targa (Underworld Unleashed: Apokolips—Dark Uprising). Rebellious denizen of Armagetto.

Tatheta (Orion #4). Tigra's former nanny and lady-in-waiting. Killed after a visit from Lightray, by Parademons who destroyed her home in Armagetto.

Teledar (New Gods v.3 #3). New Genesis science officer, member of the high council.

Tigra (New Gods v.1 #7). Orion's mother and wife of Darkseid. She was wed to Darkseid as his second wife on orders of his mother, Queen Heggra. She'd been in love with Captain Hathek, whom Darkseid killed when he discovered them together. (Orion #2) When she was finally pregnant, Darkseid decided to place her in bio-freeze for a thousand years because he didn't want an heir born until his power base was established. Soon after she was released, Darkseid had Heggra assassinated. (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #10) Tigra was killed by Suicide Jockeys, in a secret plot ordered by Justeen, Darkseid's assassin. (Orion #3) Appearances:

  • DC Graphic Novel #4: The Hunger Dogs
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #1-3, 5-6, 9-10, 16-18
  • Mister Miracle v.1 #8
  • New Gods v.1 #7
  • New Gods v.2 (reprints) #6
  • New Gods v.3 #12
  • Orion #1-3
  • New Gods Secret Files #1

Titan (New Gods v.1 #16). Minion of Darkseid.

Turmoil (Adventures of Superman #456). Giant, almost invincible robot created on Apokolips. Destroyed by Superman (Action Comics #643).

Twilight (Supergirl v.4 #15). An Earth super-hero born on Apokolips and escaped from the Female Furies centuries before the modern era.

Tygar the Tearer (Which Way: Super Powers, paperback book #3). Sabretooth-like gladiator in Darkseid's colosseum.

Tyrus and dog Tracker (New Gods v.3 #8). Minion of Darkseid commanding a three-headed dog. He was enlightened by energy from Thor's hammer and defected to New Genesis. (#26)

Valkyra (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #7). Vykin's mother. She trained Orion and became his lover. Killed by Kalibak. (#17)

Vara (Superman/Batman: Generations III #10). Elseworlds: Daughter of Superman and Beautiful Dreamer.

Vayla (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #1). Izaya's second wife and Scott Free's mother. Died during childbirth.

Vek (Mister Miracle v.3 #1). Minion of Darkseid. Killed by Big Barda. (#4)

Virman Vundabar. From Who's Who #25 (1987).

Virman Vundabar (Mister Miracle v.1 #5). Member of Darkseid's elite. Brother of Malice Vundabar. Destroyed for his treachery by Darkseid's Omega Beams. (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #19) Name sometimes spelled "Vunderbar." Appearances:

  • Adventures of Superman #518
  • Apokolips: Dark Uprising
  • DC/Marvel: Unlimited Access #2-4 #4 (as Vundavort)
  • Genesis #3
  • Green Lantern 80-Page Giant #3
  • Guardians of Metropolis #1-2
  • Jack Kirby's Fourth World #9, 18-19
  • Justice League International #20-21
  • Justice League of America: The Nail #1
  • Kingdom Come #2
  • Martian Manhunter #34
  • Mister Miracle v.1 #5, 8, 18-20
  • New Year's Evil: Darkseid
  • New Gods Secret Files #1
  • Suicide Squad #34-36
  • Superboy and the Ravers #14
  • Superman/Aliens 2: God War #1-3
  • Superman and Batman: World's Funnest
  • Superman and Savage Dragon: Metropolis
  • Superman/Batman: Generations III #6, 9 (Elseworlds)
  • Superman: The Dark Side #1, 3 (Elseworlds)
  • Superman Adventures #66
  • Warlord Annual #6
  • Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #16, 22

Volka (Mister Miracle v.3 #1). Minion of Darkseid. Killed by Big Barda. (#4)

Vykin (Forever People v.1 #1). » SEE: Forever People

Yuga Khan (New Gods v.3 #17). Darkseid's father. He was a contemporary of Highfather who craved ultimate power and knowledge and was entombed alongside the Promethean giants when he attampted to breach the Source. He somehow found the will to free himself and reclaimed Apokolips from Darkseid. (#19) Attempted to enter the Source again and was reimprisoned. (#21)

Allies on Earth

Ellis Ames (New Gods v.3 #23). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation. Killed himself to prevent Darkseid from extracting the Equation.

Aurakles (Seven Soldiers Special #1). In 40,000 BC, the New Gods visited Earth and built four cities, Falias, Findias, Murias and Gorias. The first great Earth hero borne from this was a god mixed with Neanderthal. The man-god was named Aurakles, the original super-hero. After the gods departed, he was left to defend against 666 Monsters of Chaos but his people possessed seven treasures: a sword, cauldron, Fatherbox, a hammer, a Merlin Sprite of living language, Pegazeus and an enchanted spear. His people were harrowed (wiped out) by the Sheeda. 30,000 years later Gorias remained home to winged horses. It was found by Arthur of Camelot.

Donald "Donnie" Bergman (Forever People v.1 #2). Boy who befriended the Forever People. Not given a last name until Forever People v.2 #2.

Boss Moxie (Guardians of Metropolis #1). Original gangster ally of Darkseid on Earth during World War II, the predecessor to Inter-Gang. Father of Ugly Mannheim, who later led Inter-Gang.

Professor Donald Bradford, Earth-17 (New Gods v.1 #12). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation.

Thaddeus Brown aka Mister Miracle I (Mister Miracle v.1 #1). The original Mister Miracle, an escape artist from Earth. He gave Scott Free his identity just before he was killed by the criminal Steel Hand.

Ted Brown (Mister Miracle v.1 #10). Son of Thaddeus Brown (the original Mister Miracle) who became the next promoter for Mister Miracle.

Count Dragorin (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #142). Vampire-like creation of Dabney Donovan, who went rogue from the DNA Project and created an entire micro-world called Transilvane. Post-Crisis appeared as a henchman to Donovan. (Guardians of Metropolis #1)

The DNA Project (original) aka Cadmus Project (post-Crisis) (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #135). An underground government complex created by the grown-up members of the original Newsboy Legion: Gabby became a teacher; Big Words a geneticist; Scrapper a social worker; and Tommy a medical doctor. They were joined by Dabney Donovan, who went rogue, and created a legion of "DNAlien freaks. They developed advanced genetics technology and experimented freely"" with human DNA. They created the Hairies and Dubbilex, and cloned the Guardian. Originally called just "the Project," then "DNA Project" in later issues of Jimmy Olsen. It was renamed "Cadmus" by Roger Stern in Superman v.2 Annual #2 (1988).

Dabney Donovan (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #142). Rogue scientist from the DNA Project who created the micro-planet of Transilvane (and its inhabitants Count Dragorin and Lupek). He remained unseen in his original caper against Superman. (#142-143) In post-Crisis continuity, he resurfaced, kidnapping the Newsboy Legion and using Dragorin and Lupek as minions. (Guardians of Metrpolis #1-4)

Dubbilex (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #135). Foremost of the "DNAliens" created by the DNA/Cadmus Project. He is a powerful telepath and telekinetic.

Eve Donner (New Gods v.1 #9). Playwright, human friend and love interest of Lightray.

Morgan Edge (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #133). President of Galaxy Broadcasting System which took ownership of the Daily Planet. The original Edge was cloned by Simyan and Mokkari and imprisoned. The clone became leader of Inter-Gang, Darkseid's mob on Earth. When the original Edge escaped, the clone was killed by "Tombstone" Greer. (Jimmy Olsen #152)

Anne Flaherty (New Gods v.3 #27). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation. Killed in car accident.

Funky Flashman (Mister Miracle v.1 #6). Pesky mogul who was intent on becoming Mister Miracle's agent. He was vaporized (humorously) by Oberon. (Mister Miracle v.2 #27) It was fairly clear that the Flashman was Jack Kirby's parody of Stan Lee. Mister Miracle's relationship with Funky has parallels to Kirby's relationship with Lee. Funky thinks he knows how to make Scott a star and improve his act. He gives unwanted advice in a positive, ingratiating way but covertly forced contracts and gigs on Mister Miracle.

Fyre (Forever People v.2 #3). Controller of the Dark.

Wilson Gilmore (New Gods v.3 #1). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation. destroyed by Desaad's cellular vacuum.

Francine "Fancy" Goodbody (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #6). Wife of Scott Free, whom he met in 1802. She died of old age in 1856. (#7)

The (Golden) Guardian II (Jim Lockhart). A clone of the original World War II hero, implanted with the memories of the original and enhanced by the DNA Project.

Lorraine Hampton, Earth-17 (New Gods v.1 #12). Singer, human host of the Anti-Life Equation.

The Hairies (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #134). A "mobile scientific society," that lives in the Wild Area on Earth, led by Jude. They were created and grown by the Project. Appearances:

  • Action Comics #738
  • Countdown #11, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4
  • Superboy v.4 #60
  • Superman v.2 #58, 77, Annual #2
  • Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #134–137
  • Superman: The Man of Steel #73

John Hedley (New Gods v.3 #16). Popular columnist and TV personality who briefly weilded a sword of the Old Gods and was transformed.

Inter-Gang (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #133). A Metropolis gang supplied by Darkseid with tech from Apokolips. Led by Morgan Edge. Usually spelled "Intergang" in post-Crisis continuity.

Jingles Jericho (Orion #23). Local Intergang boss of Suicide Slum. Killed in firefight with Orion. (#24)

Jude (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #134). Leader of the Hairies (a "mobile scientific society"), who live in the Wild Area.

Victor Lanza (New Gods v.1 #1). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation, insurance salesman. Taken by the Black Racer after being hit by a blast from Necromina. (New Gods v.3 #18) That death was retconned away by a new post-Zero Hour appearance. (New Gods v.4 #13)

Fiona Leeway (Mister Miracle v.2 #24). Shilo Norman's girlfriend.

Detective Dave Lincoln (New Gods v.1 #1). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation. Frequently aided with Orion's cases on Earth.

Christine Little (Jack Kirby's Fourth World #3). Oberon's daughter.

Harvey Lockman (New Gods v.1 #1). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation.

Lupek (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #142). Werewolf-like creation of Dabney Donovan, who went rogue from the DNA Project and created an entire micro-world called Transilvane. Post-Crisis appeared as a henchman to Donovan. (Guardians of Metropolis #2)

Trixie Magruder (The Forever People #9). Landlady of the Forever People in Metropolis, and psychic.

Ugly Mannheim (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #139). Inter-Gang boss. Son of Boss Moxie.

Mister Miracle III, Shilo Norman (Mister Miracle v.1 #15 (Sept. 1973); As Mister Miracle III: Mister Miracle v.2 #22 (Dec. 1990). Orphan who was taken in and trained by Scott Free. Norman took over his performance act when Scott and Barda returned to New Genesis. Later assumed the touring act, under Scott's mentoring.

The Newsboy Legion II (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #133). Sons and successors of the original Newsboy Legion, which was active during World War II. They helped Jimmy Olsen access the Wild Area and meet the Hairies. They include: Gabby the talkative one; Big Words, the smart one; feisty Scrapper; and Tommy. The second generation was joined by an African American boy called Flipper Dipper. In post-Crisis continuity, they were revealed to be clones of the original Newsboys, not offspring. Post-Crisis these five added the Guardian's grand-neice, Bobby Harper. (Guardians of Metropolis #4)

Nomak, Earth-17 (New Gods v.1 #15). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation.

Oberon (Mister Miracle v.1 #1). Human friend and manager of Mister Miracle's theatrical act.

The Outsiders (Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #133). A group of anarchist bikers who lived in the Wild Area near the DNA Project. The most prominent was the shaggy Yango, along with Iron Mask and Vudu.

The Poet (New Gods v.3 #15). Serial killer of women who left poetry at the scene, and empowered by Desaad. Captured by Orion.

Randall Rodman (New Gods v.3 #25). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation.

Richard Roe, Earth-17 (New Gods v.1 #12). Drug addict, human host of the Anti-Life Equation.

San Diego Five String Mob (Jimmy Olsen #144). One of Darkseid's gangs on Earth, similar to Inter-Gang, but who were performers with weird instruments. They went up against Superman, the Guardian, and Dubbilex to a disco called the Cosmic Carousel. According to Kirby Unleashed they were inspired by a group of comics fans.

Claudia Shane (New Gods v.1 #1). Secretary, human host of the Anti-Life Equation.

Steel Hand (Mister Miracle v.1 #1). Criminal who killed Thaddeus Brown. Brought to justice by Scott Free (Mister Miracle).

Gen. Maxwell Torch, Earth-17 (New Gods v.1 #12). Human host of the Anti-Life Equation.

Sgt. Dan "Terrible" Turpin (New Gods v.1 #5). Metropolis police detective who cleaned up after Orion's battles on Earth. Dave Lincoln's superior. In post-Crisis tales, he was recast to be the grown-up "Brooklyn," who was a member of the Boy Commandos in World War II (also createcd by Jack Kirby; Guardians of Metropolis #3). Brooklyn first appeared in Detective Comics #64 (June 1942).

Arnicus Wolfram (mentioned Orion #2 • appeared #8). Human who extended his life via Apokoliptian technologies by feeding off others' life forces. Orion lured him back in time to the site of the first hydrogen bomb test, and Wolfram was destroyed. (#24)