HELLSTORM (1993) #4 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Hellstorm (1993) #4
"Pawns, Part the First" is written by Rafael Nieves and Len Kaminski with art by Michael Bair and Peter Gross. First appearance of Soulfire. Daimon Hellstrom has regained his Darksoul and with it the birthright of Hell. Of course not everyone believes him when Daimon introduces himself as the Son of Satan, including his chess partner Rabbi Avram Siegel. But other men of faith, such as Father Riley know he tells the truth.

Riley knows this because it was Daimon Hellstrom who use his demonic power to thwart the excommunicated priest's attempts to resurrect a school of the black arts. At Kennedy airport a random encounter with Hellstrom sends Riley into a panic. As he mutters a hasty spell to protect himself, the forces of Hell take a role in the drama. A demon-possessed woman and the monstrous demon called Soulfire launch themselves at the Son of Satan with murder in their eyes and his immortal soul in their sights

GCD Data

Title: The Devil's Word

Featuring: Daimon Hellstorm

Synopsis: Daimon runs into demonic foes at the airport.

Character Appearances: F: Daimon Hellstorm GV: Soulfire

Credits: Rafael Nieves (Plot), Len Kaminski (Script), Michael Bair (Pencils), Peter Gross (Inks), Arianne (Colors), Richard Starkings; John Gaushell (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: MarvelTitle: HELLSTORM (1993)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
4 - 2.00 2.50 (3.00) 3.50 4.00

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