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Essential Marvel Horror, Vol. 1

Essential Marvel Horror Vol What s it like to be the son and the daughter of the Father of Lies Find out as Daimon Hellstrom and his sister Satana face the worst of two worlds Can they save their souls along with the world Fea

  • Title: Essential Marvel Horror, Vol. 1
  • Author: Gary Friedrich Chris Claremont Steve Gerber John David Warner Bill Mantlo Gerry Conway Roy Thomas Tony Isabella
  • ISBN: 9780785121961
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • What s it like to be the son and the daughter of the Father of Lies Find out as Daimon Hellstrom and his sister, Satana, face the worst of two worlds Can they save their souls along with the world Featuring Exorcists, Cyclists, Nihilists and Ice Demons Secrets of Ancient Atlantis revealed Guest starring Spider Man, the Thing and the Human Torch Collects Ghost Rider 1 2 What s it like to be the son and the daughter of the Father of Lies Find out as Daimon Hellstrom and his sister, Satana, face the worst of two worlds Can they save their souls along with the world Featuring Exorcists, Cyclists, Nihilists and Ice Demons Secrets of Ancient Atlantis revealed Guest starring Spider Man, the Thing and the Human Torch Collects Ghost Rider 1 2 Marvel Spotlight 12 24 SoS 1 8 MTIO 14 MTU 32,80 81 Vampire Tales 2 3 HoH 2,4 5 and Marvel Premiere 27

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    1. I love the Essential Marvel books (And the DC Showcase Presents books as well.) You get a LOT of very hard to find stories all in one book at a good price. (Even if they are in Black and White.) They seem to have stopped publishing them for now, but I think DC is bringing Showcase Presents back soon.In this volume we get all of the Son of Satan and Satana stories from Marvel in one HUGE volume. This is important because the stories ran through so many different titles (Marvel Spotlight, Son of S [...]


    2. Here Marvel collects the earliest appearances of their Satanic siblings from the seventies. We start with the Son of Satan. His brief appearances in the first two issues of Ghost Rider are all too appropriate, even if we don't get to know him very well. Once we get into his solo stories, we learn more about Daimon Hellstrom; but we still don't get to know him. Even when writer extraordinaire, Steve Gerber takes over and the stories become more interesting, we still never get a real grasp of who [...]


    3. Reprints Ghost Rider #1-2, Marvel Spotlight #12-24, Son of Satan #1-8, Marvel Two-In-One #14, Marvel Two-In-One #14, Vampire Tales #2-3, Haunt of Horror #2, #4-5, Marvel Premiere #27, Marvel Preview #7, and Marvel Team-Up #80-81. The Son of Satan fights his hellish origins while his sister Satana embraces them. The Son of Satan stories are very underdeveloped. Marvel seems to have wanted to create a character with a Satanic background in the big horror boom of the 1970's, but they had no where t [...]



    4. This is the sum of two different reviewable things, in essence, because they tried to encapsulate the full "prime" runs of Son of Satan and Satana, technically related siblings but entirely different siblings. I think they're both good because they apply the basic Marvel storytelling of quick cuts and decent art and sort of irony and jokinessN OF SATANHighlight: Steve Gerber jumping on the "Marvel Spotlight" run for almost the entire way. It was typical Gerber stuff. TERRIBLE LUCK in getting rom [...]


    5. This volume tells the story of two of my favorite Marvel experiments in the 1970se Son of Satan and Satana, the Devil's Daughter. Whether or not you think the stories hold together for Daimon Helstrom or not, the fact is that these stories are every bit as experimental as when Marvel first began ten years prior to these stories' being published. I found these stories refreshing on various levels, as they manage to separate themselves from the whole superhero universe without fully making them ha [...]


    6. This collection of stories serves as Marvel's meditation upon evil within the 1970s. Centered around two siblings, Damian and Satana Hellstrom, the narratives largely relate to the nature vs. nurture debate. Seeing as the two are half human offsprings of the devil, these characters are given an opportunity to wrestle within politics of human identity and choice. Not all stories within the volume are created equally, but together they tell a narrative that takes place across Arizona, St. Louis, H [...]


    7. Daimon Hellstrom (really) is the devil's son by a human mother. His sister Vampirell Satana has the same parentage. This volume collects a good chunk of the comics in which they appeared (all of the ones for Satana) and they're all pretty much junk. There's the occasional nice bit of art by hands such as Colan, Romita, and Maroto, but the stories are ridiculous, derivitave and over-written nonsense.


    8. Graficamente altalenante la parte di Son of Satan, decisamente buona quella di Sàtana.Un bel viaggio nel fumetto horror anni 70, con storie non per bambini.La Marvel non ne fa più di storie simili, purtroppo.


    9. The series starts out strong with some great writers and artists and continues to get more outlandish and convoluted (and not in a fun way).



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