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Allatou is a fairly powerful demon, and as such is able to possess a human host to the extent that even for an experienced exorcist such as Damion Hellstrom, it's difficult to exorcise her from the body which she chooses to possess. She is also able to travel with ease back and form to her cavern in hell, control her density to become immeterial to pass through solid objects and possesses superhuman strength.
Allatou was first discovered by Damion Hellstrom after possessing a young girl. As Hellstrom exorcised Allatou from the young girl, she possessed the girl's father, and repeated the process with the girl's mother as well. Hellstrom was able to force her back to hell after he was able to trap her in a reporter named Alan Crandall and threatend to force her to live out the rest of her days as a mortal.
During an unexplored section of her life, Allatou somehow became enemies with Master Pandemonium. When Dr. Henry Pym was investigating the occult to learn more about Pandemonium, who had been battling the West Coast Avengers for sometime, Allatou mistakenly assumed he was allied with Pandemonium, and followed him back to the WCA compound where she attacked Pym and the West Coast Avengers with a horde of demons. Pandemonium was alerted to the demonic activity by his familiar Azmodeus, and soon joined the battle.
Allatou was able to kidnap Pym and Tigra and take them back to her cavern in hell, where she learned of her mistake in assuming Pym was allied with Pandemonium. The WCA sought out the help of Hellstrom and his wife, Hellcat, and were taken to hell by them, where they again battled Allatou. Allatou broke loose the section of rock the WCA were standing on and cast it into the River of Death, where they floated away, leaving her along in her cavern.
First Appearance: Marvel Spotlight (1971) #18
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Marvel Spotlight (1971)
#18 Marvel Zombies: The Book of Angels, Demons & Various Monstrosities (2007)
- 'Demon, Demon--Who's Got the Demon?'
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983)
#3 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985)
- 'C-D: From The Collector to Dracula'
West Coast Avengers (1985)
- 'The Unified Field Theory'#14
- 'Tigra, Tigra, Burning Bright'#15
- 'The Lady... or The Tigra'
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