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Appearing in "This Side of Hell"Edit

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  • Rich Corbett (Only in flashback)

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Synopsis for "This Side of Hell"Edit

Continued from Haunt of Horror Vol 2 #2... Satana and Zannarth continue their path to stop the Four and reopen the doorway to Hell. When confronting the Four, they manage to kill Zannarth. Furious, Satana uses her powers to make them see their true selves, however this doesn't have exactly the desired effect and the pain wracked members of the Four all revert to their human forms. This allows Satana an opportunity to kill them all.

In the aftermath Trachos appears alive and well and reveals himself to really be Miles Gomery. Miles then vanishes after boasting over Satana. In the aftermath, Satana feels the barrier to Hell disappearing, however she feels the answers she seek will be found on Earth, and she may get vengeance along the way, and so she returns there.

Appearing in "Fright Pattern!"Edit

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  • Mary Jane

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  • Mary Jane's roommates
  • Ted, a pilot

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Appearing in "Doorway to Dark Destiny"Edit

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Synopsis for "Doorway to Dark Destiny"Edit

Satana finds herself mortally wounded by a group of Green Barrets led by a man named Cruz. With the quick action of Exiter, Satana is saved and taken in by former priest and medic Michael Heron. After feeding on a new soul to regain her strength, Satana tries to consume Heron's soul as well, but finds that he is the first person ever to be able to resist her powers.

When Cruz comes back to destroy Satana, he settles for kidnapping Heron instead, sending Satana to his rescue. Not even summoning the N'Garai to try and stop her fails. However, at the cost of the death of her familiar, Exiter, Satana confronts and kills Cruz and saves Heron.

Appearing in "Deathwatch!"Edit

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  • Lt. Craig Macintosh

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  • General
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Appearing in "To Worship the Damned!"Edit

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  • A demon claiming to be Satan (unverified)
  • Mr. Chesterton (Death)
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  • a pilot (Corpse)
  • Mrs. Chesterton

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Synopsis for "To Worship the Damned!"Edit

On their way to the airport for a personal flight to London, Gabriel asks Desadia if he will fail on his current exorcism. She tells him that while he may not fail, she will fail him. On the flight to England, Gabriel is briefly possessed by a demon, which he is able to force out, however he cuts up his hand when smashing a mirror with it. Gabriel and Desadia soon find the plane about to crash. They go to the cockpit to find that the demon was forcing the pilot to choke himself. Gabriel manages to get control of the plane and land it himself.

Later, as they are driving to their destination (the home of the Chesterton family), Desadia is possessed by a demon, forcing Gabriel to strike at her and drive the demon out of her body. Arriving at the Chesterton home, they find that Mrs. Chesteron has been savagely beaten. She tells them that her husband -- who is the leader of a Satanic cult did it and that they are preforming a ceremony at Stonehenge.

Traveling there, Gabriel exposes that Chesterton has been possessed as a demon. To defeat it, Gabriel has to use love and expresses love to Desadia, however when he tries to get her to also love the demon, she falters. None the less, Gabriel is able to complete the exorcism, causing lightning to strike Chesterton's body, destroying the demon however it kills Chesterton as well.

Shaken from the experience, Desadia apologizes to Gabriel for failing him. Gabriel dismisses it, tell her the only one they failed was the charred corpse in front of them, and that it was damned from the moment it chose to worship the devil.

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