Upgrade Your Account!

Hey! To start this decade right, we believe Newgrounds should be ad-free for EVERYONE. For this to work, we need people who have the means to become paying supporters. For just $3 per month or $25 for the year, you can help this happen and get some nice perks!

For the month of January we have disabled ads on all E-M content. We need 192 people to reach our January goal of 3,000 active supporters. If we hit that, we'll continue with a new goal in February!

Please check out our Supporter Upgrade and consider coming aboard!

Daemon - Famine (or Antichrist)


Daemon from Amerikan Hell, which can be found on Kickstarter:


One of the devil’s “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” - Famine, Daemon was living a life in hunger and poverty in a poverty stricken village with the destiny of succumbing to the malnourishment one way or another. After discovering a stockpile of food enough to keep his village fed for weeks, he decided to horde it while his people died off, one by one.

Whether it was heaven-sent or an offering from the devil, he used it selfishly and earned the devil’s burden of never needing to eat or drink water as long as he lives, while any food he breathes on rots or spoils before he can taste it. This burden was unbeknownst to Daemon as he wandered to other villages, spreading great famine and starvation in his wake. He lives hungry in search of the fruit from the tree of life, which his employer promises.

He is the technical member of Amerikan Hell. He embodies the horseman of Famine and uses his influence over crops and water to spread starvation and thirst in vast numbers. Has an infatuation with Geneva but really only wants to live normally again.


Concept Art by Mike Yakovlev.
Amerikan Hell by Robert Bryce Milburn and Nicholas Begnaud.

Log in / sign up to vote & review!

Newgrounds accounts are free and registered users see fewer ads!

Credits & Info

3.64 / 5.00

Apr 4, 2016
9:24 AM EDT
File Info
2292 x 3478 px
1.4 MB

You might also enjoy...

Licensing Terms

You are free to copy, distribute and transmit this work under the following conditions:

You must give credit to the artist.
You may not use this work for commercial purposes.
No Derivative Works:
You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.