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"Life on Mars": In Malkuth, F.B.I. agents Lucille Ball and Karen Breughel are in pursuit of Promethea (the merged Miss Brannagh and Vanderveer). However, the heroine is busy confronting a legion of demons
- If Qlippoths are husks left when good departs, does that mean evil isn’t a real thing, in itself? It's just an absence of good, like dark's an absence of light?
- -- Promethea
Appearing in "Life on Mars"
- Mayor Sonny Baskerville
- A legion of demons inhabiting Mayor Baskerville:
- The Demon, Asmodeus (in the Qlippoth of Geburah)
- Agent Karen Breughel (First appearance)
- Agent Lucille Ball (First appearance)
- The Qlippoth of Geburah
Synopsis for "Life on Mars"
In Malkuth, F.B.I. agents Lucille Ball and Karen Breughel are in pursuit of Promethea (the merged Miss Brannagh and Vanderveer). However, the heroine is busy confronting a legion of demons which are inhabiting Mayor Baskerville. She overcomes the demons by inhaling them inside of her. She then escapes from the two F.B.I. agents.
Meanwhile, Sophie Bangs, Barbara and Boo-Boo Ramirez arrive at Geburah, a completely red dimension. They become trapped by Asmodeus, a demon in the form of a giant spider. Instead of fighting him with hatred and anger, they praise him with respect. This tactic calms the spider-demon, and causes him to show his true self, which is actually human. After saying farewell to their would-be foe, the three women head off into the land of "Mercy."
To be continued...
- This book was first published on December 26, 2001.
- Cover after Frank Frazetta.
- Two thirds of the issue are colored red.
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