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Victoria Montesi

Victoria Montesi is the only child of Monsignor Vittorio Montesi; the Montesi line was long ago designated as the guardians of the Darkhold, a tome of ancient black magic which has the potential to summon the Elder God Chthon to wreak havoc upon the Earth, but Victoria, half-American, disbelieves her father’s claims and takes up work as a doctor in Rome, where she lives with her lover, karate instructor Natasha “Nash” Salvato. However, when pages from the Darkhold are distributed to unsuspecting mortals by a demonic dwarf and Nash is rendered quadriplegic and comatose following an explosion intended to kill Victoria, Victoria joins with occult expert Louise Hastings and Interpol agent Sam Buchanan to recover the pages as the Darkhold Redeemers. After some months of such adventures, Victoria’s life takes an even worse turn when it is revealed that she is in fact Chthon’s daughter, created when the sterile Vittorio used magic to guarantee himself an heir, and she is mystically impregnated with Chthon himself; Sorcerer Supreme Doctor Strange kept Victoria in mystic stasis for a time to delay Chthon’s rebirth into the Earth dimension, and he was ultimately able to prevent it. When last seen, Victoria was being spirited away by the Midwife, a creation of Chthon’s who nevertheless rebelled against her master’s rebirth and sought to help Victoria recover from her ordeal; what has become of her since then, as well as whether or not Nash ever recovered, is unknown.

Except for a period when she briefly possessed demonic abilities obtained from a Darkhold page, Victoria Montesi had no superhuman physical powers, although as the daughter of Chthon, she no doubt had the potential to manifest such powers; her half-demon nature granted her visions directing her to the missing Darkhold pages. She also possessed a reasonable level of fighting skill, much of it learned from Nash.

Montesi first appeared in Darkhold: Pages From the Book of Sin #1. Her sexuality is mentioned in the same issue.

Created by Chris Cooper and Richard Case.

Gay writer Chris Cooper penned all 16 issues of the short lived Darkhold: Pages From the Book of Sin series. Cooper also founded the Queer Nation website, one of the first, if not the original, webcomic to feature LGBT superheroes. In 2020 Cooper was the target of a racist white woman while the two were in Central Park. Cooper recorded the woman calling 911 and claiming he was threatening her.

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Gay writer Chris Cooper penned all 16 issues of the short lived Darkhold: Pages From the Book of Sin series. Cooper also founded the Queer Nation website, one of the first, if not the original, webcomic to feature LGBT superheroes. – J. Palmer]

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Gay writer Chris Cooper penned all 16 issues of the short lived Darkhold: Pages From the Book of Sin series. Cooper also founded the Queer Nation website, one of the first, if not the original, webcomic to feature LGBT superheroes. – J. Palmer]

© and ® Marvel Comics. Used without permission.

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Gay writer Chris Cooper penned all 16 issues of the short lived Darkhold: Pages From the Book of Sin series. Cooper also founded the Queer Nation website, one of the first, if not the original, webcomic to feature LGBT superheroes. – J. Palmer]

© and ® Marvel Comics. Used without permission.

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Gay writer Chris Cooper penned all 16 issues of the short lived Darkhold: Pages From the Book of Sin series. Cooper also founded the Queer Nation website, one of the first, if not the original, webcomic to feature LGBT superheroes. – J. Palmer]

© and ® Marvel Comics. Used without permission.

– See more at: https://gayleague.com/victoria-montesi-2/#sthash.JqEpbL0L.dpuf

September 29, 2021
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