"Perhaps I am the only person in the world today who is a master of the art of Black Magic. That is why I am called Lady Satan." ~Lady Satan

Lady Satan
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Lady Satan

Real Name


First Appearance

Dynamic Comics #2 (1941)

Original Publisher

Harry 'A' Chesler

Created by

George Tuska

Golden Age OriginEdit

Lady Satan and her fiancé were victims of a German bombing while on a ship. It sunk, and her fiancé died. Thus, Lady Satan took an oath to be a foe of the Nazis. Donning a mask and waltzing about in an evening dress, Lady Satan traveled unnoticed through the streets of Nazi occupied France as she fought the German invaders.

In her third appearance, she was a sorceress who fought against the occult instead of Nazis. No explanation for the change in methods or powers was given, or even indication that it was the same woman.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

As a spy, Lady Satan used her charm and good looks to gain information as well as stealth and weapons (conventional and a few gimicks) when it is necessary.


Lady Satan in her first appearance, prior to becoming a sorceress.

She had no powers but her wits and beauty… until her third issue, when she suddenly had a magic ring that basically allowed her to do pretty much anything. She also wore a ring in the shape of a serpent which could release gasses derived from “dragon scales” that allowed her to “unveil the shadow world." This sorceress version fought supernatural foes.

Golden Age AppearancesEdit

  • Dynamic Comics #2-3
  • Bullseye Comics #11 (reprint)
  • Red Seal Comics #17-18, 20-21
  • Weird Horrors #1 (reprint)
  • Hello Pal Comics #1
  • Authentic Police Cases #1-2 (re-print)


  • Not to be confused for enemies of the Hood and the Jester who were also called Lady Satan. 
  • The Lady Satan story from Red Seal Comics #18 was reprinted and recolored by St. John in both Authentic Police Cases #5 and Strange Terrors #1. The first re-print had Lady Satan renamed Marietta and the second had her called Celeste.
  • Lady Satan is played by Angela Parent in the 2010 film, Avenging Force: The Scarab.
  • Lady Satan was ranked as #6 in the Huffington Post's list of the 10 Most Bada** Comic Book Heroines
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