Angelkiller, Presidential Partner, the Terrorist
Unrevealed, presumably U.S.A.
Place of Birth
Hellstorm #12 (April 1994)
(Human) Blue; (armored) Red
Soon afterwards Hellstorm’s wife, Patsy, died, forcing Jaine to consider her relationship might now potentially include commitment. While doing so, she accompanied Hellstorm to Jack Wintergarden’s demonically possessed mansion in Florida. Breaking in, they encountered the Bailiff of Inanna, demoness of the Inspiration of Madness, who had been torturing the mansion’s inhabitants. Goading Jaine into attacking him, the Bailiff captured and prepared to torture her, but he was destroyed by Hellstorm. When an angry Inanna appeared, Jaine slew the arch-demon with her Breathing Gun; aware that Hellstorm had to be a lord of Hell to have slain the Bailiff, she then threatened to kill him too, worried she had been sleeping with the enemy. Hellstorm informed her of his origins and his recent ascension to Hell’s throne, but assured her he had no intention of conquering the Earth, before officially making her his Satanic Consort.Returning to her San Francisco apartment to retrieve her things, Jaine was ambushed by demon hunter Gabriel Rosetti, who managed to steal the Breathing Gun, which he subsequently used it in a failed attempt on Hellstorm’s life. Jaine and Hellstorm remain together, in spite of Night Man’s unintentional Ultraverse voyeurism, and Hellstorm tricking Hawkeye (Clint Barton) and the Thunderbolts into braving Mephisto’s realm to rescue Hellstorm’s wife Patsy.