|First appearance||Doctor Strange vol. 1, #183 (November 1969)|
|Created by||Roy Thomas|
|Notable members||Nameless One|
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The Undying Ones were first depicted as statues in Doctor Strange #183 (November 1969), by Roy Thomas and Gene Colan. Their first actual appearance was in Sub-Mariner #22 (February 1970).
The Undying Ones subsequently appear in Incredible Hulk #126 (April 1970), Defenders #1-3 (August–December 1972), #18 (December 1974), #20 (February 1975), Incredible Hulk #269 (March 1982), and Doctor Strange #41 (May 1992).
The Undying Ones received an entry in the All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #12 (2006).
The Undying Ones once held great power over Earth but were forced to return to their own dimension over a millennium ago when their powers began to fade for unexplained reasons. Their powers having been renewed, the Undying Ones unsuccessfully attempted to invade Earth again in recent years under the leadership of the Nameless One.[volume & issue needed] The dimension of the Undying Ones has since been conquered by the creature known as the Slitherer or the Dark-Crawler.[volume & issue needed]
The Undying Ones are led by the Nameless One. The "Nameless One" appears to be a title that can be inherited from the previous holder.
During the "Fear Itself" storyline, the Undying Ones slip through the barriers that are weakened due to the fear and chaos that is occurring.
- Fear Itself: The Deep #2
- Undying Ones at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe
- Undying Ones on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki
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