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Appearing in "Damnation Waltz"

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Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Camarilla of the N'Garai (First appearance)
    • Alejandro Fuerrega (First appearance; dies)
    • Sharron McKay (First appearance; dies)
    • Dennis St. Croix (First appearance; dies)
    • Roberta Lancer (First appearance; dies)
  • Brian Abelard (First appearance; dies)
  • Brian Abelard's helpers
    • Dominic Francini (First appearance; dies)
    • Joey (Death)
    • Mano (Death)

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Synopsis for "Damnation Waltz"

  • Synopsis not yet written

Appearing in "Devil's Symphony"

  • Appearances not yet listed

Synopsis for "Devil's Symphony"

Realizing that destroying Satana outright would unleash the Basilisk inside her upon the world, the Carmarilla of the N'Garai uses a spell to trap Satana in a fabricated life. That of a mortal named Judith Camber. However, the Basilisk would try to gain control, and eventually slay "Judith's" family.

Upon learning of the death of her family, "Judith" soon regained control of her Satana persona for brief periods. That is until the Carmarilla extracted Satana's soul from Judith's body to sacrifice to the N'Garai. Realizing that Satana's death would mean her own, Judith would travel to the Carmarilla's Church of Dis and unleash the Basilisk. The demon would slay the Carmarilla and Judith and destroy the church before remerging with the restored Satana.

Appearing in "From the Devil, A Daughter"

  • A text article discussing real world events or people, or characters from a real worl perspective, as such, no conventional appearances

Synopsis for "From the Devil, A Daughter"

A text summary by Chris Claremont about the genesis of the Satana character, her various appearances in Marvel Comics publications to date, and a number of problems that faced the Marvel Bullpen getting the character jump-started.

Appearing in "Just a Little Over a Year Ago Today..."

  • A text article discussing real world events or people, or characters from a real worl perspective, as such, no conventional appearances

Synopsis for "Just a Little Over a Year Ago Today..."

  • Synopsis not yet written

Appearing in "The Sword in the Star! Stave 2: Witchworld!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Rocket Raccoon (First appearance)
  • Kirke (First appearance)
  • her Animal Knights
    • Sir Cat
    • Sir Ram

Antagonists:

  • Plagueosaur (First appearance; dies)

Other Characters:

  • Delphos (Corpse, skeleton or other remains) (Main story and flashback)

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Vehicles:

  • Star Seed

Synopsis for "The Sword in the Star! Stave 2: Witchworld!"

Continuation and the last chapter (incomplete) of The Star in the Sword! saga. Here Prince Wayfinder comes to the mysterious planet known as Witch-World, a strange planet that appears as a big forest. Here he meets Rocket Raccoon, who allied with Wayfinder when a monstrous tree, the Plagueosaur, appears. After the Plageosaur's defeat and death, a mystical being called Kirke appears.

Notes

  • Satana's next appearance would be in Marvel Team-Up #80.
  • First appearance of Rocket Raccoon called Rocky, he later makes an official appearance in The Incredible Hulk #271. Since The Sword in the Star! saga is stated as 10,000 years in the future (Earth-7614), it's unlikely that this Rocket is the same that appeared in Earth-616 continuity. Possibly it is a descendant of Rocket.

Trivia

  • In The Sword in the Star! chapter, Kirke appears to be connected to Circe/Seeress of Earth myth, as well with The Avengers' Sersi. The real connection with them is actually unknown.

See Also

Recommended Reading

Marvel Preview #4 (for The Sword in the Star! saga).

Links and References

  • [1] Earth-7614 (The Sword in the Star! saga)

References

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