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"I'll Find You in Yesterday": The Council of the Young on New Genesis appeals to Highfather to counteract Darkseid's Omega Effect on the Forever People with his Alpha Bullets. Accordingly, Izaya sends the Alpha Bullets out to seek the youths in the eras to which they have been displ


Quote1 I can sense them all now! Moonrider! Beautiful Dreamer! Vykin the Black! Big Bear! --And Sonny Sumo!! As Darkseid has banished them with his blazing eyes-- I, Highfather, gather them in-- With the power of this hand!!! As omega ends all things-- Let alpha begin them anew!! Let the Alpha-Bullets fly!! Rush into the "soon to be!" across the "now!" Find them in the "once was!" Find them--!! Restore them--!! --Where I have meant it to be!! Quote2
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Forever People #7 is an issue of the series Forever People (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 1972.

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Synopsis for "I'll Find You in Yesterday"

The Council of the Young on New Genesis appeals to Highfather to counteract Darkseid's Omega Effect on the Forever People with his Alpha Bullets. Accordingly, Izaya sends the Alpha Bullets out to seek the youths in the eras to which they have been displaced: Mark Moonrider and Beautiful Dreamer in 1865 at Ford's Theater on the night of Lincoln's assassination; Vykin the Black in the time of Ponce De Leon; and Big Bear in Roman Britain. All are reunited with Serifan, who has escaped death at the Justifiers' hands. They are led by the last Alpha Bullet to a monastery in Honshu, where a priest hands over the Mother Box which was entrusted to them in a past era by Sonny Sumo.

Appearing in "Lonar of New Genesis and his Battle-Horse - Thunderer!"

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Synopsis for "Lonar of New Genesis and his Battle-Horse - Thunderer!"

Lonar shows his horse, Thunderer, to Orion, who sparks fear in the beast.

Appearing in "The Man Who Couldn't Sleep"

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  • Felix Black (Single appearance)
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  • Nick Parks (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Couldn't Sleep"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #80.

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  • This issue implies that Big Bear's example to the Britons during the Roman withdrawal from the island of Britain gave the inspiration to the Arthurian myth, with Big Bear's misidenfication as a warlock and sudden disappearance upon being struck by Highfather's Alpha-Bullet leading to associations with Merlin the Magician.



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