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Daimon Hellstrom, also known as the Son of Satan and Hellstorm, is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Daimon will make his first live debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Hulu television series Helstrom as the son of a serial killer and has a sister named Ana (Satana). In 2019, he will join a team consisting of Blade, Angela, Winter Soldier, Spider-Woman, Wiccan and Monica Rambeau in Strikeforce.
Marvel's Helstrom, or simply Helstrom, is an upcoming American web television series created for Hulu by Paul Zbyszewski, based on the Marvel Comics characters Daimon and Satana Hellstrom. It is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and acknowledges the continuity of the franchise's films and other television series, although it is a mostly self-contained story. The series is produced by ABC Signature Studios and Marvel Studios, with Zbyszewski serving as showrunner. Helstrom is set to be released on Hulu in 2020, and consist of 10 episodes, with the series unlikely to be renewed due to Marvel Television closing down.
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Daimon Hellstrom (Son of Satan / Hellstorm)
Encouraged by the success of the titles Ghost Rider and The Tomb of Dracula, both of which starred occult characters, Stan Lee proposed a series starring Satan, to be titled The Mark of Satan. Editor Roy Thomas had reservations about this idea and suggested a series focusing on the son of Satan instead. (Due to an oversight, "The Mark of Satan" is mentioned in a blurb in Ghost Rider #1.)
The character Daimon Hellstrom first appeared in Ghost Rider #1 (Sept. 1973), then was spun off into a feature, "Son of Satan", in Marvel Spotlight #12–24 (Oct. 1973 – Oct. 1975). During the "Son of Satan" run, Marvel Spotlight was a controversial series, with numerous readers writing to object to the depictions of Satanism and Wiccanism as being either inaccurate or furthering the cause of evil. Nonetheless, sales were strong, prompting Marvel to launch the character into his own series, Son of Satan, written by John Warner. The character's success faded soon after the series launch, and Son of Satan was cancelled with issue #7, though an unused fill-in was published as Son of Satan #8 (Feb. 1977).
Hellstrom became a recurring character in The Defenders, Steve Gerber having added the character to the team during the time he was writing the "Son of Satan" feature in Marvel Spotlight, and Hellstrom continued to appear in Defenders following the cancellation of Marvel Spotlight. One of the later writers on Defenders, J. M. DeMatteis, featured a number of subplots focused on Daimon Hellstrom, commenting that he "was absolutely my favorite character. Characters like Son of Satan are a wonderful metaphor for what we all contain, good and evil, high and low aspirations. He's literally the son of the Devil, trying not to be what his father is. For a writer like me, how can you not feast on that?" Hellstrom's story reaches a resolution of sorts in The Defenders #120-121 (June–July 1983), as Hellstrom is freed from his satanic heritage and marries teammate Hellcat.
Satana is a fictional character, a half-demon appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. She is the sister of Daimon Hellstrom and the daughter of Marduk Kurios. The character renamed Ana will make her first live debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Hulu television series Helstrom as the sister of Daimon Helstrom.
Satana and Daimon were born in the fictional town of Greentown, Massachusetts. They were the half-human children of Satan (their father was later retconned into a demon named Marduk Kurios who posed as Satan). Satana and her brother were groomed by their father to be evil, but Daimon rejected these teachings, while Satana embraced them.
Satana first appeared in Vampire Tales #2 (cover-dated Oct. 1973). She was created by Roy Thomas and John Romita Sr.. She appeared as a regular character in Thunderbolts since issue #155, and remained with the team when the title transitioned into Dark Avengers beginning with issue #175.
Marvel's "Helstrom" Hulu TV Series
On May 1, 2019, it was announced that a television series based on Daimon and his sister Satana will premiere on Hulu in 2020. Titled Helstrom was announced to be produced by Marvel Television and ABC Signature Studios. Per initial reports, Daimon is initially presented seemingly as the son of a serial killer, with a sibling named Ana. "The siblings have a complicated dynamic as they track down the terrorizing worst of humanity, each with their attitude and skills." The show runner and executive producer is Paul Zbyszewski.
Season 1 Episodes (2020)
Episode #1: "Pilot" TBA, 2020
#2 "Untitled" - TBA, 2020
#3 "Untitled" - TBA, 2020
#4 "Untitled" - TBA, 2020
#5 "Untitled" - TBA, 2020
#6 "Untitled" - TBA, 2020
#7 "Untitled" - TBA, 2020
#8 "Untitled" - TBA, 2020
#9 "Untitled" - TBA, 2020
#10 "Untitled" - TBA, 2020
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