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Hell is a major location in the comic book series Spawn, as well as its many video-games, cartoons and movie adaptations - this realm is usually depicted as a fire and brimstone dimension much like the classical Christian version of Hell but is more abstract in nature with floating platforms and other alien structures (which is especially pronounced in videogames).
This horrid dark dimension is ruled by the supreme demon Satan and there are other demon lords under him such as Malebolgia and Mammom that rule the 8th and 9th circles of Hell. Satan, Malebolgia, and Mammon served as the main antagonists for most of the Spawn franchise. The Violator, who is a demented native of Hell, is also the archenemy of Spawn.
Spawn was originally Al Simmons a government assassin who was killed and sent to hell for killing a lot of people and made a deal with Malebolgia to become a Hellspawn in order to see his beloved wife Wanda again, but the demon lord tricked him not knowing that five years had passed since he died and learned that his Wife Wanda had remarried to his best friend Terry and had a daughter named Cyan.
Spawn now fights with his supernatural powers against the forces of both Heaven and Hell.
There within the twisted dark world of Hell resides the various demons, damned souls, and Hellspawns along with some of the Demon Lords and archdevils like Malebolgia and Mammon among others serving under Satan.
Spheres of HellEdit
In the Spawn series, there are 12 circles of hell each having a dark ruler there.
- 1st Sphere of Hell
- 2nd Sphere of Hell
- 3rd Sphere of Hell
- 4th Sphere of Hell
- 5th Sphere of Hell
- 6th Sphere of Hell
- 7th Sphere of Hell
- 8th Sphere of Hell
- 9th Sphere of Hell
- 10th Sphere of Hell
- 11th Sphere of Hell
- 12th Sphere of Hell
- Satan (supreme ruler)
- Malebolgia (ruler of the 8th circle of Hell)
- Mammon (ruler of the 9th Circle of Hell)
- Hellspawn army
- Phlebiac Brothers
- Phleboton Spirit of the Upper Ayres
- Hell's Guard
- The Mad One
- Brock Fennel
Appearances in Other MediaEdit
Hell appears in the 1997 live-action movie Spawn.
Hell appears in many videogames in the Spawn franchise, including Spawn: Armageddon.