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There are several races in the Beyond The Impossible universe.

Demons: red-skinned humanoids from planet Hell, created by Marduk one billion years ago. First seen in Beyond The Impossible #24

Demigods: offspring of a God and a member of another species. Typically possessing special powers and/or immortality. First seen in Beyond The Impossible #116

Dragons: giant feral animals bred by Artemis for sport. First seen in Beyond The Impossible #66

Drylon: a powerful alien race that conquered the known universe but disappeared 5 billion years ago. First mentioned in Beyond The Impossible #1

Gods: immortal beings with vast mind over-matter powers. First seen in Beyond The Impossible #2

Harpies: non-sapient species native to the Olympian Galaxy. Blue-skinned half-bird half-humanoid, they can survive in space and have a very short lifespan. Nearly extinct in the wild; progenitor species of the Lampyrians. First seen in Beyond The Impossible #45

Humans: evolved on planet Earth, the dominant species of the Olympian Galaxy. The last common ancestor of all sub-species lived between 600,000 to 1 million years ago. Distinguishible from their internal anatomy (Earth humans still have an appendix). First seen in Beyond The Impossible #2

Laestrygon: exterminated by Kronos for worshiping the Drylon as gods. Mentioned in Beyond The Impossible #213

Lamians: humanoids with snake bodies from the waist down, seen in the Aegian Galaxy (Beyond The Impossible #154) and the Abydos Galaxy (Beyond The Impossible #196)

Lampyrian: all-female humanoids descending from the union between Harpies and Zeus. Blue-skinned, with bat wings and extremely short lifespan. First mentioned in Beyond The Impossile #26

Lar: grey-skinned humanoids of unknown origin, active in the Olympian Galaxy for at least the last billion years. Boreas is the only known planet with a large population of Lar. First seen in Beyond The Impossible #118

Myridian: Humans native to planet Myridia, genetically modified to be stronger than regular humans. First seen in Beyond The Impossible #22

The Many: all-female species artificially created by Talas Khanos by reverse-engineering the Lampyrian genetic code, used as a living biological weapon. First seen in Beyond The Impossible #3