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* AbstractApotheosis: The Beyonder destroys Death on the multiversal level, but realizes the implications he doesn't want from doing so bu is left too weak to restore Death completely. He has to sacrifice his friend and use him as the seed to recreate Death.

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* AbstractApotheosis: The Beyonder destroys Death on the multiversal level, but realizes the implications he doesn't want from consequences of doing so bu is left so. Left too weak to restore Death completely. He completely, he has to sacrifice his friend and use him as the seed to recreate Death.


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* AbstractApotheosis: The Beyonder destroys Death on the multiversal level, but realizes the implications he doesn't want from doing so bu is left too weak to restore Death completely. He has to sacrifice his friend and use him as the seed to recreate Death.


* EvilTowerOfOminousness: In issue 6, "Life Rules," the Beyonder builds himself a SuperHeroBase in which to operate as a superhero. In a bit of subversion, he buys the property, files the plans at city hall, and then builds it.

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* EvilTowerOfOminousness: In issue 6, "Life Rules," the Beyonder builds himself a SuperHeroBase HomeBase in which to operate as a superhero. In a bit of subversion, he buys the property, files the plans at city hall, and then builds it.


* DeathTakesAHoliday: Death is killed by Beyonder.

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* DeathTakesAHoliday: TheDeathOfDeath: Death is killed by Beyonder.


* ''{{Deadpool}} Team-Up'' #1 [[note]]Released twelve years after the event ended.[[/note]]

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* ''{{Deadpool}} ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} Team-Up'' #1 [[note]]Released twelve years after the event ended.[[/note]]


* ''The Franchise/{{Micronauts}}'' Volume 2, #16

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* ''The Franchise/{{Micronauts}}'' ComicBook/{{Micronauts}}'' Volume 2, #16

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->''"Beyond time, space, and the myriad dimensions lies another universe, to which our own is as a droplet of water to the ocean. The One Who is All in that other universe has learned of our universe, and of us . . . and he is coming here. Now."''
-->'''Introduction''', ''Secret Wars II'' #1


* RetGone: The Beyonder does this to the New Mutants and the only one he remembers them is Kitty Pryde, thanks to her connection to Illyana.

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* RetGone: The Beyonder does this to the New Mutants and the only one he who remembers them is Kitty Pryde, thanks to her connection to Illyana.


* ''{{Rom|Spaceknight}}'' #72

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* ''{{Rom|Spaceknight}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Rom|Spaceknight}}'' #72


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* ''[[LukeCageHeroForHire Power Man]] and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]]'' #121

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* ''[[LukeCageHeroForHire ''[[ComicBook/LukeCageHeroForHire Power Man]] and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]]'' #121



* ArtisticLicenseEconomics: Averted. A very naive Beyonder is told by [[LukeCageHeroForHire Power Man]] that money -- or the lack thereof -- is the root of most all problems in the world, and that money is a stand-in for gold (though his partner [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]] mentions they haven't been on the gold standard for years). The Beyonder, wishing to make everyone happy, turns ''an entire skyscraper into gold''... which quickly collapses in on itself. Several crossover issues explore the ramifications this has on the world economy. ([[spoiler:The government ends up covering up the event and throwing the excess gold into a sea trench.]])

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* ArtisticLicenseEconomics: Averted. A very naive Beyonder is told by [[LukeCageHeroForHire [[ComicBook/LukeCageHeroForHire Power Man]] that money -- or the lack thereof -- is the root of most all problems in the world, and that money is a stand-in for gold (though his partner [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]] mentions they haven't been on the gold standard for years). The Beyonder, wishing to make everyone happy, turns ''an entire skyscraper into gold''... which quickly collapses in on itself. Several crossover issues explore the ramifications this has on the world economy. ([[spoiler:The government ends up covering up the event and throwing the excess gold into a sea trench.]])


-->'''Phil:''' You're a ''[[FantasticSlurs mutie]]'', Pryde[=--=]like ''him?!''\\

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-->'''Phil:''' You're a ''[[FantasticSlurs mutie]]'', mutie]]'' then, Pryde[=--=]like ''him?!''\\

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* NWordPrivileges: In ''Uncanny X-Men #196'', during a confrontation between Kitty Pryde and a Columbia University student named Phil:
-->'''Phil:''' You're a ''[[FantasticSlurs mutie]]'', Pryde[=--=]like ''him?!''\\
'''Kitty:''' Gee, I dunno, Phil[=--=]are you a ''nigger?''\\
'''Phil:''' [[AC:Watch your mouth!]]\\
'''Kitty:''' [[AC:Watch yours!]] Especially when you use words like that, and try to be intentionally hurtful!

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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: While ''Secret Wars II #1'' doesn't really offer anything in terms of the Beyonder's characterization, ''Uncanny X-Men #196'' features a scene of him in a cafeteria that establishes him as a cosmic idiot.


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* LiteralMinded: During ''Uncanny X-Men #196'', the Beyonder is taught manners. "Ya want something, ya don't grab for it, ya ask nice, say please, say thank you, that sort of thing." How does the Beyonder ask for his food? "Please, say thank you, that sort of thing."


* MissingEpisode: The ''Rom'' and ''Micronauts'' tie-ins are not included in the Omnibus due to Marvel not having the licenses for them. However, the "Secret Wars 3" storyline from ''Fantastic Four'' #316-319 was included as compensation.

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