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Appearing in "A Woman Possessed!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Ghost Rider Vol 2 #1.

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Synopsis for "A Woman Possessed!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Ghost Rider Vol 2 #1.

As Daimon Hellstrom visits his mother's grave, John Blaze races across the Arizona desert to check on Roxanne in the hospital, however Blaze wipes out and gets in an accident and lands himself in a hospital bed. Meanwhile, Sam Silvercloud and Snake Dance recover the near comatose Witch Woman to find her still possessed by Satan. They call in Daimon Hellstorm to help out with his paranormal expertise. However, after the call, Witch-Woman revives and walks out searching for John Blaze.

While at the hospital, Roxanne is visited by Bart who demands to make the Copperhead Canyon jump, and when both learn that Johnny is injured in the hospital that prevents any further argument. While Bart prepares for the jump, night falls and Johnny awakens becoming the Ghost Rider. He arrives at Copperhead Canyon just as Bart is making the jump, however Bart doesn't make it and is killed in the crash. The police then spot him, he then takes Roxanne and flees into the desert in a truck. While elsewhere, Witch Woman arrives at the hospital to find that John is gone, and Hellstrom arrives at Snake Dancer's home to find that he is too late and Witch Woman has left before he could arrive.

Appearing in "Shake Hands With Satan!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Ghost Rider Vol 2 #2.

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Synopsis for "Shake Hands With Satan!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Ghost Rider Vol 2 #2.

Ghost Rider and Roxanne Simpson drive away from police pursuit in a pick-up truck. The inclement weather forces them off the road, and Johnny has great difficulty maintaining control over the Ghost Rider. He gives up and decides to surrender himself to Satan's whim. He shouts into the rain, beckoning Satan to come and claim him. Roxanne tries to calm him down, but the Ghost Rider pushes her away.

Suddenly, a portal opens in the sky above, and the Witch-Woman steps through to greet them. Ghost Rider believes that Satan sent her as his emissary to claim the soul of Johnny Blaze.

Meanwhile, at an Apache reservation, an occult investigator named Daimon Hellstrom visits the home of Sam Silvercloud and his father, Snake Dance. Sam wants Daimon to exorcise the satanic influence from the body of his wife Linda Littletrees (Witch-Woman). Hellstrom hands Sam a chain of Ankhs and instructs him to lock him inside of a secure room while he performs a mystic ritual. After Sam locks him inside the room, Daimon gets down on his knees and begins praying.

Elsewhere, Witch-Woman demands the soul of Johnny Blaze, but she also wishes to claim the elusive Roxanne as well. Ghost Rider refuses to sacrifice Roxanne and lays down a strip of Hellfire separating the two women. Witch-Woman turns her eyes on Ghost Rider and attempts to wrest control of his mind. Before the spell can take effect however, the sound of motorcycle engines roar in the distance.

Back at the reservation, Daimon Hellstrom rises and begins banging on the door, demanding for the two men to let out. He shouts that he must speak to Snake Dance or else his daughter will die.

In the desert, the motorcycles come into view and reveal themselves as a cycle gang called Big Daddy Dawson's Ruthless Riders. They begin circling Ghost Rider, Roxanne and Witch-Woman. Big Daddy Dawson dismounts from his cycle and grabs Ghost Rider by the collar. He tosses him to the ground and decides to test his own fortitude by defeating the Rider in combat. Witch-Woman intervenes and teleports herself and Ghost Rider away. Undeterred, Big Daddy Dawson turns his attention towards Roxanne.

At the Apache reservation, Sam opens up the locked room, and Hellstrom emerges. He is wearing a strange costume, and speaking in an arrogant and aggressive tenor. He mocks the two Apaches for their foolishness, and storms out of the dwelling.

Witch-Woman and Ghost Rider meanwhile reappear in Hell. Ghost Rider tells Witch-Woman that he will never willingly surrender his soul so long as Roxanne remains in danger. A wall of flame suddenly engulfs Witch-Woman revealing her true mien – Satan. Satan disguised himself as Witch-Woman in order move more easily in the mortal world. Ghost Rider runs away from him, but Satan's demons descend upon him. As the demons overwhelm the Rider, the Devil produces the Sacred Sword of Satan. With it, he intends on making Johnny Blaze his prisoner for all eternity.

Appearing in "The Son of Satan!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #12.

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Synopsis for "The Son of Satan!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #12.

Freeing Daimon Hellstrom from his self imposed emprisonment, Sam Silvercloud and Snake Dance are surprised to find Daimon in his Son of Satan identity. Summoning his chariot, Son of Satan then seeks out Witch Woman and Ghost Rider. Tracking down Roxanne Simpson, he saves her momentarily from the Ruthless Riders and their leader Big Daddy Dawson, but leaves her to her own fate when she doesn't know what happened to those he seeks.

Traveling to Hell, Son of Satan is attacked by his fathers minions, however Son of Satan manages to fight off the demons, and save Ghost Rider and Witch Woman and return them to Earth's dimension, there Son of Satan leaves the two to seek out their own fate, flying off into the sky on his chariot.

Appearing in "When Satan Walked the Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #13.

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Synopsis for "When Satan Walked the Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #13.

Returning home after aiding the Ghost Rider in opposing his father, Daimon arrives at his home at Fire Lake. Entering his home he finds that demons have crossed the portal to Hell that is in the homes basement. Fighting off the demons, Hellstrom decides that he must reflect on his origins in order come up with a way of defeating his evil father once and for all.

Pulling up his mothers old diary, reads over the events the led him to be a master of the occult:
His mother, Victoria Wingate was met by a man who turn out to be Satan, he would seduce her and they would marry and she would birth him two children: Daimon and Satana. However, when Victoria walked in on her husband teaching Satana how to conduct a Satanic sacrifice, she would be driven insane and her children split up and put in separate homes. Victoria would protect herself with a mystical ankh bracelet.

On Daimon's 21st birthday he would inherit his parents home on Fire Lake, and would discover his mother's diary and learn the truth about his origins. Daimon would travel to Hell through the doorway, and after briefly exploring Hell, would confront his father and battle him -- rejecting his destiny to be the Anti-Christ. During the battle, Daimon would seize control of his father's Netheranium trident, and use it to summon a hellish chariot to escape Hell, vowing to stop his father one day.

Appearing in "Ice and Hellfire!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #14.

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  • Ikthalon (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • demon legions of Boreas

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  • milkman
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Synopsis for "Ice and Hellfire!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #14.
Marvel Spotlight Vol 1 14 001
Returning home from a night out as the Son of Satan, Daimon Hellstrom returns to his home at Fire Lake and changes back to his mortal guise. The next day her receives a letter from Katherine Reynolds at Gateway University, asking for Daimon's exorcism expertise. Daimon calls Katherine to get the facts of the situation: He is told that the Communications Building of the university has been plagued with super-natural incidents, which include levitating objects, blue flames that do not burn, and sightings of an ice-like demon wandering the halls. Daimon accepts the job and travels out to the university the following day.

There, Daimon meets with Katherine and sets himself up for the night, and instructs her that no matter what happens she is to stay away from the Communications Building. That evening Daimon changes into the Son of Satan and goes to investigate the building in question, putting a mystical ankh symbol outside to keep any demonic entities in the building. There he is attacked by ice demons and brought to the realm of Boreas, leaving his trident behind. There Son of Satan is confronted by Ikthalon, the ruler of that dimension.

Ikthalon easily over-powers Daimon and traps him in a block of ice, and he and his demons travel back to the Earth dimension, there however they find their path barred thanks to the ankh symbol outside. However, when Katherine and the university janitor arrive on the scene, the janitor washes away the ankh away thinking it graffiti, allowing the demons to escape.

Attacking the two, Katherine makes a grab for Daimon's trident, which burns at her touch. However, he contact with it allow Daimon to make a connection with the trident and command it to transport him back to Earth's dimension, freeing himself. With his trident back in hand Daimon battles off the ice demons, however Ikthalon grabs Katherine and demands that he allow Ikthalon safe passage for the girls safety. Daimon agrees, however when Ikthalon lets her go, Daimon incinerates the ice demon with a hell-fire blast, telling him that he is the son of the lord of lies, and obeys no agreement.

When Katherine thanks Daimon for his help, he slaps her in the face for her interference and leaves telling her that they will discuss his payment in the morning.

Appearing in "Black Sabbath!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #15.

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Synopsis for "Black Sabbath!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #15.

After a hellish nightmare wherein he is tormented by his father, Daimon Hellstrom is awoken by the arrival of Katherine Reynolds. Reynolds had come to apologize for the previous evenings interference, Daimon soon notices that the pentagram birthmark on his chest had inverted. When he realizes today is his birthday, his father appears on the mirror and boasts that he succeeded in merging both aspects of Daimon's personally. After, Katherine tells Daimon that she had also come to ask him to lecture at the university, but both agree to discuss it over dinner that evening.

That evening, Daimon is introduced to divinity student Byron Hyatt, who tells Daimon of a Satanic Cult which is operating in the area and wishes Daimon to investigate, as it's operation threatens the future of the parapsychology department at the university. Daimon agrees and they all go to Babler Stater Park to investigate. There cult is in the middle of a black sabbath, and the spell they are casting entrances Son of Satan to enter the area. His appearance disrupts the the ceremony and frees Daimon from the trance. It is revealed that the leader of the cult is the demon Baphomet, who battles Daimon.

After a battle across St. Louis, Daimon manages to defeat Baphoment, seemingly destroying the demon. After the creatures defeat, the cult disburses. Later, having witnessed the whole battle Katherine hails Daimon as a hero, and begins showing affection towards him, however Byron wonders what sort of evil Daimon is capable of committing.

Appearing in "4000 Holes in Forest Park!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #16.

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  • Judy & Dave, a couple in the park
  • Alan Crandall (First appearance)
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Synopsis for "4000 Holes in Forest Park!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #16.

When 4000 holes mysteriously appear in Forest Park, a cult known as the Legion of Nihilists, recognizing their significance begins to congregate around these mysterious holes. Learning of this, Daimon, Katherine, and Byron go to investigate. However, upon arrival at the park, the Nihilists recognize Daimon's true nature and attack him, forcing him to change into Son of Satan. As Son of Satan battles the Nihilists, hellfire from his trident strikes one of the holes, which causes a chain reaction which creates Kometes, a hellfire serpent. Son of Satan tries to destroy the beats but it proves to be too strong.

Returning back to his study, he, Katherine and Byron research the origins of Kometes, and learn that the creatures arrival would herald an age of destruction. As the records of Kometes date back 20,000 years, Daimon uses his powers to transport the three of them to pre-cataclysm Atlantis. Materializing on a boat, Son of Satan allows for them to be captured as in doing so they would be brought into Atlantis itself.

This story is continued next issue...

Appearing in "In the Shadow of the Serpent!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #17.

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Synopsis for "In the Shadow of the Serpent!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #17.

Continued from last issue... As the fire-creature Kometes threatens to destroy the Earth in the modern era, Son of Satan, Katherine Reynolds and Byron Hyatt are 20,000 years in the past in Pre-Cataclysm Atlantis trying to learn of a way to stop the creature. Taken prisoner and brought before King Kamuu and Queen Zartra.

They demand that Daimon show how his trident works, but when Daimon refuses they order they be banished at sea. Daimon reclaims his trident and uses his hellborn powers to facilitate and escape aboard a boat. There Byron questions the reality of the situation, believing it all to be an illusion, which incurs Son of Satan's wrath. Son of Satan is then contacted by Zhered-Na, who takes him to the Prime Matrix so that he may find a way to stop Kometes. There he battles the Matrix's guardian, a being known as Spyros. During the fight Spyros throws his axe a Daimon, however it misses and strikes Kometes, killing the demon, and eliminating it's danger in the modern era.

With his mission a success, Daimon is reunited with the others and they all return to their own era to find that the disaster had been averted.

Appearing in "Madhouse!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #18.

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Synopsis for "Madhouse!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #18.

Daimon and Katherine are invited out to a party being held by Dr. Wilfred Nobel, where Daimon is recognized as a famous exorcist and deflects questions from the other party guests. Later that night, while outside for some fresh air, Daimon finds Wilfred's dog, Cerberus, dead -- killed by some unknown attacker.

Later that night, after the party, Daimon is awoken by a phone call from Katherine telling him that after the party Wilfred's home burned to the ground. Investigating as Son of Satan, he probes the wreckage and learns that Wilfred died in the inferno, and that the fire was deliberately set by a woman who was possessed by the demon.

Daimon tracks the demonic presence to the home of the Manners family, where he offers aid for their daughter Melissa who is the one possessed by the demon. After learning that the possession happened after they caught Melissa home alone with a boy, Daimon confronts the possessed girl. The demon introduces itself as Allatou, and attacks Daimon.

After a brief struggle, Daimon manages to drive the creature from the girls body, however it had simply left Melissa's body and possessed her father, Albert, who bursts in the room with a meat cleaver, poised at killing Daimon.

This story is continued next issue...

Appearing in "Demon, Demon--Who's Got the Demon?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #19.

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Synopsis for "Demon, Demon--Who's Got the Demon?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #19.

Continued from last issue... Katherine Reynolds is attempting to get a hold of Daimon, however she only succeeds in drawing the attention of reporter Daniel Alan Crandall who decides to follow Katherine when she brushes him off to try and find Daimon. Daimon himself finds himself fighting off the Allatou-possessed Alan Manners, which he easily over powers, but the demon repossesses Melissa. Grabbing Mary, Daimon traps Allatou in the room with an ankh barrier and begins to contemplate a way to free the Manner's from Allatou's machinations.

Meanwhile, Katherine and Daniel arrive at the ruins of Dr. Nobel's house. There they are confronted by neighbors who tell them of Daimon's arrival and subsequent trip to the Manner's house down the road. While at the Manners residence, Daimon is forced to confront Allatou again when the creature begins slowly torturing the body of Melissa Manners with the intent of eventually killing her. Locked in battle against Allatou, who keeps Daimon occupied by switching bodies, Katherine and Daniel arrive on the scene.

When the demon possesses Daniel's body, Daimon finally manages to get it on the defensive, and threatens to trap it in a mortal body unless it ceases it's plan. Allatou, fearful of being trapped in mortal form departs.

Appearing in "The Fool's Path!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #20.

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Synopsis for "The Fool's Path!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #20.

When student Christine Sandt is given an impromptu invite for a fortune telling by Madame Swabada, she asks Katherine Reynolds and Daimon Hellstrom to come along with her. They all go together, and Madame Swabada gives them their fortune drawn from a deck of Tarot cards, after the reading Daimon pronounces the reading a fake, and Swabada goads him into changing into Son of Satan, however his powers falter and all decide to leave her fortune telling parlor. Outside, Daimon is attacked by a pack of wild dogs, a literal representation of one of the cards drawn from the desk. Turning around to attack Swabada after, Daimon and the others are shocked to find her front boarded up as if it was unused for years.

Driving back to the university, they are then attacked by a giant devil, which grabs both Daimon and Katherine from the car, however leaves Katherine on a rooftop while it drops Daimon into the home of the Legion of Nihilists. After a battle against the Nihilists, Daimon suddenly feels weak and passes out on the floor.

This story is continued next issue...

Appearing in "Mourning At Dawn!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #21.

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Synopsis for "Mourning At Dawn!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #21.

Continued from last issue... As Madam Swabada taunts Katherine and Christine of Daimon Hellstrom's imminent demise, Daimon himself awakens in the mansion home of the Legion of Nihilists, and just barely manages to avoid being stabbed by seven swords, and escapes their mansion.

Returning to his home, he finds that the Legion of Nihilists had come and murdered the doorman, instead of being questioned by the police, Daimon storms off leaving Christine and Katherine to sort things out with Detective Quinn. Daimon finds shelter in a nearby church and learns that Madam Swabada resided in a tower nearby. Meanwhile, Katherine and Christine learn that her father (a tabloid writer) wrote a story claiming Madam Swabada as a fake and Hellstrom as the genuine article.

When Daimon gets to the tower, he finds Swabada who explains the whole situation to him, and that Sandt's negative review caused her to suffer a fatal heart attack. She then attacks Daimon, which causes damage around. Having possessed his body and clouded his mind, the police begin trying to apprehend Daimon who appeared to them as though he was going on a rampage. Daimon manages to evade capture for a short while until he's grazed by a bullet and eventually knocked out by a police man who gets the drop on him.

The police put his unconscious body in the back of their squad car and ride away, however as they drive away, a shocked Daimon watches from the side of the road. This story is continued next issue...

Appearing in "Journey Into Himself!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #22.

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Synopsis for "Journey Into Himself!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #22.

Continued from last issue: Trapped in a coma by Madam Swabada, Daimon Hellstrom's body is brought to the police station, where Detective Alex Quinn and Chrstine Sandt wait helplessly as Katherine Reynolds tries to snap Daimon out of his coma.

In the astral plane, Daimon is attacked by Madam Swabada, who sends him on a surreal trip where he is met and attacked by his various friends and enemies. The purpose of the trip was to split Daimon from his Darksoul in the hopes of destroying both. However, when Sabwada uses an illusion of his sister Satana to split the two entities, Daimon manages to convince his Darksoul to work with him as opposed to against him.

The two aspects of Daimon re-merge, and use their combined power to exorcise Madam Swabada once and for all. With Swabada defeated, Daimon awakens from his coma and recounts the episode to his allies. He reflects on how the whole experience was proof of Swabada's prediction having come true: Daimon had taken on his greatest challenge ever, and succeeded.

Appearing in "In This Light, Darkness!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #23.

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Synopsis for "In This Light, Darkness!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #23.

Returning home after a stint with the Defenders, Son of Satan is attacked by Father Darklyte, leader of the Legion of Nihilists, who creates a creature called Trog to attacked Daimon. Daimon defeats the monster, and Darklyte disappears. The next day at the university, Byron joins Daimon and Katherine for lunch and tells them the people have been threatening his Friary with violence if Byron is not expelled over his involvement with Daimon Hellstrom. Believing that the Legion of Nihilists have something to do with it, the three agree to investigate the Legion's headquarters.

There they are confronted by Darklyte once more who creates a griffin to attack them, prompting Daimon to change into the Son of Satan. Although Daimon eventually kills the beast, it manages to kill Katherine in it's initial attack. Lashing out at Darklyte, the mysterious man of contradictions creates 8 living copies of Katherine before disappearing again.

Son of Satan responds by using his Trident to learn which Katherine is the most real, and cremates the rest in hellfire, an action that mortifies both the remaining Katherine, and Byron. Angered at their ignorance about the nature of reality, Son of Satan flees the scene to find the secret cavern place of worship of the Legion of Nihilists. There he battles the Legion, and Darklyte who creatures an angel/demon hybrid to fight Daimon as well. In the battle, Son of Satan kills most of the Legion of Nihilists, and the angel/demon, Darklyte's bodies vanishes and his lantern smashes on the ground, with nothing but an army of cockroaches within skittering away in the darkness.

As Daimon tries to make sense of everything, a lone survivor of the Legion silently leaves the scene, vowing to get revenge on Daimon someday.

Appearing in "Walk the Darkling Road!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #24.

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Synopsis for "Walk the Darkling Road!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Spotlight #24.

Lewis Hefford's daughter Gloria has been possessed by the demon queen Kthara, who uses her supernatural powers to slay Lewis. However, this is not before Lewis is able to get a letter to Daimon Hellstrom asking him to come to California to help him with this evil being that has plague him. Daimon leaves St. Louis, saying farewell to Katherine Reynolds. Aboard the plane, Daimon recollects his childhood in the orphanage, and how the doctor -- Lewis Hefford -- and his family (including their daughter Gloria) were good friends. His recollections turn into a nightmare, as his senses determine that Satan's hand is involved in this, and that his sister Satana may be the culprit of the evil being done.

Meeting Gloria at the airport, she tells him that Satana is involved with the Satanic Church in which Gloria is a member. Tracking down Satana to the graveyard where her friend Michael Heron, the two are locked in a battle. In their battle, Daimon manages to over power her and seemingly slay his sister.

Returning to Gloria's home, Daimon learns the truth, that she is possessed by Kthara Queen of the Demons. Summoning demons to battle Daimon, he is over powered until Satana arrives -- restored to life by the Basilisk that she is bonded to -- and helps destroy the demons, she then summons the Basilisk to destroy Kthara (And Gloria in the process), when Daimon tries to apologize for his earlier attack, Satana does not accept it, instead vowing to steal her brothers soul when next they meet.

Appearing in "All the Fires in Hell...!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Team-Up #32.

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Synopsis for "All the Fires in Hell...!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Team-Up #32.

While hanging around the Baxter Building, the Thing tells the Human Torch about his recent run-in with the Son of Satan while investigating a situation in Lawless, Arizona. This reminds Johnny that he hasn't seen his friend Wyatt Wingfoot in a long time now that he had returned to his people of the Keewazi, who are also located in Arizona.

When Johnny contacts Wyatt, Wyatt attacks the monitor, and Johnny is advised by Silent Fox that Wyatt has been possessed by some unknown force. Remembering what Ben told him about Daimon Hellstrom, Johnny flies to St. Louis and asks Daimon for his assistance in exorcising whatever has possessed Wyatt Wingfoot.

Arriving at the Keewazi reservation, Daimon quickly exorcises the possessed Wyatt. However, he and the Torch soon learn that the entire tribe has been possessed by Dryminextes. During their battle against the possessed Keewazi, Daimon himself is soon possessed by Dryminextes as well. Regaining control of himself, Daimon instructs Johnny that light is the demon's weakness. The Torch then saves the day by unleashing a powerful nova blast which brightens up the night sky and frees the entire tribe from Dryminextes' control.

After the battle, Daimon bids Johnny and Wyatt farewell and walks off into the darkness.

Appearing in "The Homecoming!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #1.

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Synopsis for "The Homecoming!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #1.

Returning to his home at Fire Lake, Daimon is shocked to find that his home had been defaced. Believing that his father had a hand to play in this, Daimon goes to the portal to Hell in the basement of his home, there he sees Demons. These Demons are seeking help from Daimon, however the Son of Satan misconceives it as an attack and fights the Demons until his father Satan appears. Satan tells him that there is an intruder in his home that is the cause of the trouble, and after a brief argument, Satan locks the portal to Hell, so that Daimon cannot access it.

After being tricked by a series of illusions, Daimon is confronted by his foe: The Possessor, whom he soon learns is a human merged with two Demons. The Possessor tells Daimon of his plans to conquer Hell, and teleports away, leaving Daimon to ponder of the situation. The Possessor appears in Arizona where an elder Shaman is teaching a Navajo brave the ways of magic, when he is killed by the arriving possessor, who seeks to use the young brave for his own ends.

This story is continued next issue...

Appearing in "The Possession!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #2.

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  • Satan (Only in flashback)
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    • Sam (Death)
    • Jim (Death)
  • Great Zoran (Only in flashback)
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Synopsis for "The Possession!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #2.

Continued form last issue... As the Possessor changes the young Navajo brave into his minion Nightfire, and takes over the tribe as his slaves, Daimon tries to track down the Possessor. Finding his car, Daimon uses it as a means of learning the Possessor's past.

Daimon learns that the Possessor is really Raphael Zoran, son of illusionist the Great Zoran. A fake, who was an abusive alcoholic, that would take out his frustrations on his wife and child. When the Great Zoran learned that his wife had the ability to cast illusions, he would beat her to death in a fit of rage before Raphael, in jealousy that his wife had powers he wished he possessed. Believing that Raphael may have inherited this ability, the Great Zoran would incorporate his son into his act. At age 15, Raphael would manifest similar abilities to his mother and use them to manipulate others and gain whatever he wanted. He would take over his fathers show, buy a carnival and eventually cast his father out. Growing bored with the life of riches, Raphael would soon be chosen as a target by two Demons from Hell who believed young Rapahel would be a perfect host. However, possessing the unique young man proved to be the demon's undoing, creating the entity that became the Possessor.

As Daimon speeds to Arizona, in Georgetown, D.C., the faculty of District University consider hiring Daimon Hellstrom to be the head of the Parapsychology Paranormal Phenomenon Department, however the head of faculty tells them to screen Hellstrom carefully.

Daimon finally arrives in Arizona, where he is contacted by the spirit of one of Navajo, however Daimon expels it not wishing anything to be in his head. He eventually finds a portal to Hell in a cave, which Baphomet and his minions seek to breach to return to their realm. However while fighting the creature, they are ambushed by the Possessor, Nightfire and his minions. During the fight the Possessor absorbs Daimon Hellstrom into his body, leaving nothing but the trident behind. With Daimon absorbed into his being, the Possessor boasts that he now has the power to rule over all.

This story is continued next issue...

Appearing in "Demon's Head"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #3.

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Synopsis for "Demon's Head"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #3.

Continued from last issue.... With Daimon Hellstrom absorbed into his body, the Possessor uses his increased power to open the portal to Hell, causing an explosion which summons Satan to Earth. Meanwhile, Baphomet and his minions battle against Nightfire over possession of Daimon's triden. However, Nightfire succeeds in securing the weapon, which frees him from the Possessors control.

The Possessor would neutralize both threats, before Satan's arrival. With the Devil on Earth, the Possessor would escape back to Daimon's home at Fire Lake and travel to Hell through that portal, destroying the mansion in the process. Satan would return to Hell where he would find the Possessor had taken over. As the two would fight, Daimon finds the key to the Possessors defeat: Unleashing his Darksoul inside the Possessor.

In doing so, the Possessor is unable to control the unleashed power of Daimon's demonic half and is rendered into a mindless husk. Upon his defeat, Daimon and the other prisoners of the Possessor are freed. Furious that his traitorous son was his savior, Satan would banish his son from Hell, and seal all portals to the realm, vowing that when next it opened it would be at the time Satan would return to destroy his son.

Appearing in "Cloud of Witness!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #4.

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Synopsis for "Cloud of Witness!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #4.

Having sold the remains of his property at Fire Lake and accepting a position at District University, Daimon Hellstrom arrives there and is welcomed by Saripha Thames. As Daimon is shown to his room, District University professor Dr. Brain Anderson continues to research into Daimon's background, to determine if he's made the correct choice.

That night while sleeping, Daimon is visited by a being known as Proffit, the Celestial Fool. Proffit, being an oracle shows Daimon a vision of the future, involving the Egyptian god Anibus, believing it an attack, Daimon defends himself. However, Proffit escapes, and Daimon is shown one last vision: Saripha in dead and in a coffin. His dream ends when he is confronted by both his Son of Satan and Darksoul personas, which he once more forces into a union with his human self.

Waking up, Daimon is shocked to find Proffit in his room, and that the being is real. Proffit explains his nature to Daimon. Before Daimon is can anymore answers, Proffit disappears and Daimon finds himself assaulted by a mystical force which causes an explosion. Seeing it from outside Saripha goes to check on Daimon, who she finds alive and well, however the man in the room next door to Daimon appears to be dead.

This story is continued next issue...

Appearing in "Assassin's Mind"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #5.

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Synopsis for "Assassin's Mind"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #5.

Continued from last issue.. After being questioned by the police regarding the death of his neighbor Michael Taine, Daimon and Saripha join Amilia Sefton to a gathering at the office of Brain Anderson. They are all suddenly psychically attacked by Anubis, which Daimon wards off as Son of Satan. Afterwords he returns home and gets a call from real estate agent Silas Warden who tells him that he might have found a home for Daimon that suits his needs.

While investigating the site of Thame's death with a silver ankh on his head, Daimon is attacked by the assassin, a being known as Mindstar. During the fight Daimon tried to use his Darksoul, however Mindstar would take Amilia hostage. This would give Daimon enough pause for Mindstar to use his powers to make Daimon believe his trident is painful to the touch. Although unable to touch his weapon, Daimon is able to command it mentally and have it blast Mindstar, who flees dropping Amanda from up high.

Daimon saves her life, but when she thanks him he lashes out at her for preventing him from stopping his foe. While at the home of crippled real estate agent Silas Warden, Warden is confronted by his master who reveals him to be Mindstar. Silas blames his defeat by not knowing how powerful Daimon really was, but vows to eventually destroy him.

This story is continued next issue....

Appearing in "House of Elements!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #6.

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Synopsis for "House of Elements!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #6.

Continued from last issue... While teaching his first class at District Univeristy, Daimon's nervousness causes his Darksoul to briefly manifest. Getting back under control he dismisses the event as simple stage magic.

Later that day, he would meet with Saripha and back at her home, they would reveal their true natures, Saripha telling Daimon that she is a Wiccan. Daimon would then go to visit the home picked out for him by Silas Warden. There he would be attacked by illusions of demons and undines. He would then fall through a dimensional pit and be confronted by Minstar, who welcomes Daimon to the Court of Anubis.

This story is continued next issue..

Appearing in "Mirror Of Judgment"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #7.

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Synopsis for "Mirror Of Judgment"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #7.

Continued from last issue... Battling Mindstar in the Court of Anubis, Daimon learns that Mindstar is really the real estate agent Silas Warden. During their battle Anubis appears and accuses Mindstar of betrayal. Anubis would send his agent, a transformed Brett Carson to stop Mindstar.

As Saripha Thames preforms a mystical spell (which is under the secret supervision of Profett, to give support to Daimon. Mindstar and Daimon form a truce, and continue to battle Anubis and his minion. Anubis reveals to Daimon that he orchestrated events in the hopes of getting control of Daimon's Darkshoul. Trying to free Mindstar from Carson, Daimon only succeedes in sending them all through a portal into Anubis' Palacs of Death and Rebirth.

There the battle would end with Mindstar, Carson and Proffit being restored to human forms, and Anubis sending them all back to Earth. Daimon would return to Saripha, knowing she aided him in the quest and the two would realize that they have a need of each other.

Appearing in "Dance with the Devil My Red-Eyed Son!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #8.

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Synopsis for "Dance with the Devil My Red-Eyed Son!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Son of Satan #8.

On Christmas Eve, Satan is plagued with a nightmare in which he puts his son Daimon through a trial to see if he has won final victory over his son. Just when he believes that he has won final victory over Daimon, Satan awakes to learn it was all just a dream.

Appearing in "Ghost Town!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Two-In-One #14.

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Synopsis for "Ghost Town!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Two-In-One #14.

When one of Reed's devices picks up a strange disturbance in the town of Lawless, Arizona, he sends Ben out to investigate. There, he runs into Daimon Hellstrom, the Son of Satan, who has also been drawn to this location.

The two are then confronted by what appears to be the undead spirit of Jedadiah Ravenstorm who, a century ago, was a merciless criminal of the west.

During their battle against Ravenstorm, Thing is briefly possessed by their foe, which hints Daimon to who their opponent really is; his old foe Kthara. Using his powers to separate Kthara from the body of Ravenstorm, she is attacked by the spirits that live in Lawless and she is torn apart. With their foe defeated, Daimon bids farewell to the Thing who flies back to New York. When Reed returns and asks Ben what the disturbance was, Ben tells Reed that there was nothing wrong and maybe he should check his machines to see if they're working okay.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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