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A-6
References:
C13, C14

A-6
An ultra-secret covert ops division of the CIA. Headquartered in NYC, A-6 was one of many divisions run by Jason Wynn at some point.
Aaron White
References:
CF6

Aaron White
A lawyer working for Josef Udaku who, during Twitch's trial, reveals that Josef was not murdered.

Ab
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Abaddon
References:
C1, C2, C3, C4, Salvation

Abaddon
Abaddon the destoyer, chief of the demon locusts. A leader in Hell's army during their thousand year reign on Earth during the future-apocalypse.

Abaddon attempted to re-babtize Matthew Llanso, but was destroyed by the hellspawn Daniel Llanso before he could.

Abbadon
(see Ab)
Abbess
References:
DA6

Abbess
The Mother Superior at a convent or abbey, such as Mother Claire at the Abbey of Sainte Barbe.
Abbey of Sainte Barbe
References:
DA6, DA7

Abbey of Sainte Barbe
A small abbey in the countryside of France that, for a time, was home to the angel Immaculata. It was burned to the ground by Guy DuBlanc in his search for Covenant.
Abdiel
References:
C15, C16

Abdiel
Alias: Abe

An angel and reluctant warrior for Heaven, some say Abdiel was the first Angel created by God. He was a poet before the rebellion and the expulsion of Lucifer. During the rebellion he was forced to slay 25 of his fellow angels singlehandedly with the Sword of Divine Wrath.

After the rebellion, he was charged with the duty of carrying out God's wrath. On a mission to destroy Malebolgia, Abdiel was tricked by the demon into questioning his orders and the will of God. When Abdiel brought his questions to God himself, he was cast out of Heaven and welcomed back to Hell by the arrogant Malebolgia.

Abdiel was fitted with a symbiote - but he did not side with Hell. Instead he chose to lay down his arms and return to his poetry once again.

Abe Abe
A nickname of the angel Abdiel.
Abel
References:
120

Abel (1)
Second born son of Adam and Eve and the first victim of murder. Abel was murdered by his brother Cain, who did not fully comprehend the consequences of his actions.

No one had ever been murdered or killed before, and as Cain put it, "How could we have known what fragile beings our maker had fashioned? And how could we have guessed at the cruelty of his judgment?"
Abel
References:
C2, C3, C4, Salvation

Abel (2)
A leader of the human survivors during the future-Apocalypse, and a man of some value to the Anti-Pope. After being captured by the forces of Hell, he is personally disemboweled by the Anti-Pope and then re-babtized.

He was then rescued by Daniel Llanso and redeemed by God to have his revenge on the Anti-Pope.
The Abyss
References:
53

Abyss, The

It was said that when God created the universe, his presence created a shadow. No light has ever penetrated this blackness called the Abyss. It was within the Abyss that the universe gave birth to sin.

The Abyss may be synonymous with other mysterious locations such as The Black, Sanctuary, The Shadows, and/or The Void but these have not yet been confirmed.

Ada Summers
References:
170

Ada Summers
A fundamentalist Christian working for a "Hell House" in Illinois. The house is set up to scare sinners into becoming Christians, but when Ab and Zab show up at the front door, Ada is rightfully hesitant to allow them entry.

Later, after Ab and Zab open gateways to Hell in the house, Ada walks into her own personal Hell and finds her greatest sin waiting for her. A creature known as a Sin-Eater appears in the form of her childhood principal - Ada lied about the principal once when she was young and it led to him committing suicide.

Mesmerized by the sins of her past, Ada was unaware that the Sin-Eater had latched onto her and began feeding.
Adam
References:
146, 160, 161, 163, 238

Adam

Cog claims that Adam and Eve were created by both God and Satan, and that Adam bedded not just Eve, but at least one of her sisters as well: Lilith.

According to Mother, after Adam and Eve ate from the tree of Knowledge, God began to fear them. Thus he banished them forever from Eden into lives of pain and death. Since that time, no human has set foot in the Garden of Eden.

Adelphia
References:
178

Adelphia
The beautiful young wife of Severin in Roman Macedonia. Adelphia was his first victim after being transformed into a vrykolakas. He still remembers her blood as being the sweetest he has ever tasted.
Admonisher
References:
21, V1, V2, V3

Admonisher
A hitman hired by Antonio Twistelli to kill the Violator after Violator admitted to 'The Mafia killings'. In his attempt to kill the Violator, the Admonisher was interrupted by the appearance of the other Phlebiac Brothers, and tried to kill them all.

At one point he demonstrated his keen ability to survive when he was eaten by the Vaporizer only to blast his way out soon after. Obsessed with killing the demons, Admonisher chased them all through a hell-gate straight into Hell.
AEther
References:
97, 98, 99, 146

AEther
The AEther is a difficult place-time to explain in human terms. It is "a sliver of time-space vibrating half a heartbeat from 'normal' reality". It is within the AEther that heaven's armies travel and prepare for war, as well as where the Forgotten Ones reside.
The Agent
References:
186, 198, 222,
223, 224, 227

The Agent

Alias: Inspector Sykes

The mysterious manager of a firm that seemed to hire out super-villains as mercenaries and hitmen. His firm was hired to take out Patient 47 after he re-awoke from a coma, but the hitman that was sent (The Extractor) failed.

Later, the agency sent a man named Malcolm to finish the job. Malcolm was forcibly pulled out of retirement by kidnapping his girlfriend Susan and forcing him to attack Jim Downing to get her back.

Later still, The Agent was revealed to be Inspector Sykes, who was involved with Project Ragnarok as a forensic DNA specialist tasked with finding suitable subjects for the experiments. When the Project was shut down, Sykes created his mercenary business and employed many of his former patients.

After Downing and Tremor tracked Sykes down looking for answers about Raganarok, he appeared to regret his involvement with the program and claimed that he had begun hiring the patients in order to help them.

Unswayed by his apologies, Tremor left Sykes alone with Spawn, presumably to meet his demise.


Agent Barbara Rodriguez Agent Barbara Rodriguez
(see Barbara Rodriguez)

Agent Dave Hunt Agent Dave Hunt
(see Dave Hunt)
Agent Dunn
References:
Shadows

Agent Dunn
An FBI agent that took over a serial murder case from his fellow detectives, Leah and Jeff, due to their incompetence.
Agent Hare
References:
139, 142, 167

Agent Hare
After the night of the clown riots, a severely injured John Doe was brought into the hospital. The government took a keen interest in this man as he appeared to be the lone survivor of a large explosion on board a subway train. Agents Hare and Wolf were assigned to keep watch over the comatose man and await his possible recovery. Little did they know that the man they were watching over was none other than Spawn in his Al Simmons persona.

When he came to, the agents were surprised to see their mystery man up and walking. They gave chase, but Al transformed into Spawn and easily swatted them down.

Some time later, after the White Light, Agents Hare and Wolf were assigned to protect and monitor Jason Wynn. When ordered by their boss to murder a bar patron who had been foolish enough to listen to Wynn's stories, Spawn intervened and killed the agents.
   
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