Mammon is a powerful deity emerging from Hell. He is one of many rulers from Hell and was happy to see Malebolgia removed form his throne.
Mammon has been revealed that he was one of The Forgotten, a group of angels that stayed loyal to God but refused to fight against their fellow angels in The Great Battle. For this he and his kind were banished from Heaven, but unlike the rest of The Forgotten, Mammon was not bound to The Tiend and instead appears to have been cast into Hell. He may be a demon, but it is unknown if he truly is or is not. He has transformed into a demonic entity on one occasion, on which he was assaulted by Spawn and scarred with three cuts from the Hellspawn's claws as a reminder that Spawn is a wildcard.
He is a high ranking Lord of Hell. It is unknown which sphere he controls, if he controls one at all but he is obviously one of the most powerful beings in Hell. It has been stated that, while Malebolgia was the King of Hell and ruler of the 8th Sphere, Mal was but a flea in comparison to Mammon. It has also been said that he doesn't have the power to grant certain things, that the only one who can is Satan. This places him between Mal and Satan in the power structure of Hell. This is supported by Thamuz, who refers to Mammon as Lord, but to Satan as Master.
The War over Spawn
Over several months, Mammon along with Epiphani and Cogliostro discussed Spawn's fate. Mammon insisted his soul belonged to Hell due to the deal he struck with Malebolgia. When Spawn refused to choose sides, he haunted Spawn's family and friends in an attempt to get him to turn back to the side of Hell.
Interfering with Spawn
Mammon has made Spawn's life a living Hell. He was the true brains behind the scheme to unleash Urizen. Mammon was alive during the time Urizen was first contained, Mal was only created slightly 70,000 years prior to his second coming. In return, Spawn traveled in Hell and killed Malebolgia for ordering the release of Urizen. This strengthened Mammon's position as another ruler of Hell had been removed. Since Spawn had destroyed Malebolgia, he was offered the throne of ruling Hell in his stead by Mammon. Spawn refused which angered Mammon.
Box of Eden
Mammon was released from Hell once more when Ab and Zab created a portal to Hell. They were attempting to send members of the Vampire cult the Kingdom back to hell but opened the door allowing Mammon's release. Mammon headed straight to Japan where he found Ben Nakadai. He warned him about his destiny and that he must face his fears. When Ben faced his fears and unlocked the Box of Eden, Mammon killed him and stole the box.
Mammon visited Eddie Frank's body in the hospital while Eddie's soul took possession of the Redeemer. After the Redeemer beat Spawn badly enough, Mammon the revealed the truth about Eddie's father to him, that he was a drunk, to destroy his faith and weaken his powers and halt his attack while his minions captured Spawn and dragged him into hell.
Mammon then gave the Box of Eden to Cogliostro and told him it's his time to die. Cog used the box to betray Spawn and seize control of the 8th Sphere of Hell and return Al Simmons to Earth in mortal form and without his shadow or powers.
He sent Violator to Earth to take over the body of Jason Wynn in order to break Spawn physically and mentally. This was because Mammon personally took the soul of Nyx's friend Thea to use as leverage later on to make Nyx betray Spawn by stealing his costume and going into Hell. While he was incapacitated she donned K7-Leetha. This was part of a larger plan to gain Nyx's powers of Spawn. He approached her prior to her betrayal and tried to bargain with her. He also told her about Thea's soul being in Hell. It is likely that he is responsible for Al's return to Earth and separation from his suit, so that Nyx would reunite him and his shadow.
Nyx ended up trying to outsmart Mammon by making a deal with another minor Lord of Hell known as N'Zzezheaal, who turned out to be Mammon in disguise. In the end, he got her powers and used that to destroy Spawn's memories of Wanda and then send him on his way to break the Tiend and release The Forgotten so that they might begin the assault on Heaven. It is likely that the return of The Redeemer from Hell and defeat at the hands of Spawn was part of Mammon's plans as well, since he states that Eddie's part in this is done, for now.
With the recent reappearnace of Satan in Hell, Mammon seems to have fallen out of his place of power. Even his former servant Thamuz was ready to turn upon Mammon and destroy him at Satan's command. However, Mammon manages to save himself from Thamuz by offering Satan a way to increase the ranks of Hell's army - namely triggering the San Andreas Fault.
Mammon has shown surprise only twice. The first was when Spawn was able to wield the angelic lance without being destroyed, and eventually scarred him. The second was when Spawn revealed that he contained The Legion and broke free from Thamuz' torture.
It has been stated that there is only one way to destroy Mammon and that Spawn does not possess that power. What exactly it is has not yet been revealed but it has been hinted that his pride will be his undoing.
Mammon is depicted as a handsome gentleman, suave and sophisticated. This demon is often seen making attractive deals with humans for their souls and is thought to be quite persuasive. A master schemer, he is the puppet-master behind most of the machinations facing Al Simmons, and is currently seeking the Throne of Creation so that he might remake the universe to his own whim.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- The term Mammon is used in the New Testament to describe material wealth or greed.
Appearances in Other Media Edit
- Mammon has appeared in only one comic title outside of the core Spawn comic, the French produced title Spawn: Simony.
- Mammon's name was first revealed in a Spawn video game: Mammon appeared as a villain in Spawn: Armageddon, and the announcement for the game was the first time the character had been directly named. Prior to this announcement he was only known by the fan-created nickname, Mr. Hell, and was assumed to be Satan by many Spawn enthusiasts.
- Mammon's action-figure debut was as the Collector's Club Exclusive for Spawn Series 30, slated for a Fall 2006 release which is tied to the web-comic The Adventures of Spawn in which Mammon is one of the main antagonists.
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