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Badlands Saloon
References:
C15, C16

Badlands Saloon
A saloon on an asteroid field in the cold heart of space. Not a place for mortals, the Badlands serves as a sort of neutral territory where creators from any affiliation, be they angels or demons or something else, can co-mingle.

Badrock Badrock
(see Bedrock)
Badrock
References:
252

Bajramovic

In life, Al Simmons killed a number of people in the line of duty. He always told himself he was just following orders, but secretly he relished the murders.

After their deaths, the innocents Al murdered had their souls bound to his Symbiote by Malebolgia. One of those souls was that of a Bosnian named Bajramovic.

Al falsely made it seem as though Bajramovic was implicated in a human trafficing ring in order to cover his own lack of progress on the case. Bajramovic was tortured until he died of a heart attack while being waterboarded.

Ball of Heavenly Transit
References:
C15, C16

Ball of Heavenly Transit
A transportation system used by Heaven. The balls are forged of tachyons and created by a fearful demigod of the heavenly court. They travel faster than the speed of light and deliver a short message to their intended target before creating a small wormhole. The ball and the target are then sent to the ball's point of origin.
Baltimore Razor
References:
121

Baltimore Razor

A serial killer who took great pride and enjoyment in skinning his victims. He was once picked up by the police in a stolen car, but they were unaware of his other crimes. While in jail, the killer bragged about his deeds to Al Simmons, who had just been locked up after being returned to Earth by Cain.

Later, when Al was being interviewed by his public defender, his shadow-Spawn came and brought justice to the Baltimore Razor. Sam and Twitch came running when they heard him scream, but when they got to him they found him alone and missing his skin.

Bane
References:
174, 175

Bane
A small frontier town that saw an influx of prospectors and violence after the discovery of silver in the area. After the family of Bane resident Jeremy Winston (or Ol' Job as he was known) was murdered he vowed revenge upon the town. After his death, he returned as a hellspawn and kept his word by killing every man, woman and child in the town of Bane.
Barack Obama
References:
225, 226, 230, 238

Barack Obama
Elected to the office of President of the United States, Jason Wynn claimed that his election was a direct result of the manipulations of himself and Kramer.
Barbara Rodriguez
References:
S&T1, S&T2, S&T3, S&T4, S&T5, S&T8

Barbara Rodriguez
A federal agent that investigated the Udaku case. She tricked Twitch into confiding in her and posed as an internal affairs agent to pressure him. She was eventually killed at the hand of one of the Udaku family's fedora wearing hitmen.
Barney Saunders
References:
167, 168

Barney Saunders

Barney Saunders was seeing a woman named Wilma Barbera just before Armageddon. Wilma was married, but she hated her husband and had been cheating on him for quite some time. One day when her husband Fred came home early, Barney was forced to hide in the garbage chute. Soon after, Armageddon came and Barney was left alone, trapped in the chute.

After the White Light, however, Wilma heard a voice coming from the chute telling her to kill Fred - so she did by filling his peanut-butter sandwich with broken glass. As it turned out, the voice from the chute was the Violator - he had possessed the body of Barney.

Later, when Sam, Twitch and Spawn confronted the Violator, they brought Wilma with them. She was able to 'bring Barney to the surface' long enough for Spawn to force Violator through a portal to Hell and then seal it closed. Unfortunately for Wilma, Barney pulled her with them into Hell, angry that she had abandoned him.

Baron Rivalen
References:
DA1, DA2, DA3, DA4

Baron Rivalen

The brother-in-law of Lord Iain Covenant, the Baron was left to rule over Rhyll and its surrounding countryside in the stead of Covenant as he went off to fight in the crusades.

Rivalen was a despotic ruler, cruel and oppressive. His cruelty only worsened when his wife fell ill of a mysterious illness. Desperate to save her, Rivalen made a pact with the evil Sisters of the Morrigan but it was all for not. Covenant returned from the grave as a hellspawn and led a crushing revolt against Rivalen.

Barry Bear
References:
C12

Barry Bear
A stuffed bear of Jessica Priest's which she has kept with her since before she committed her first murders (her parents). Perhaps one of the only signs of her humanity.
Barry Estridge
References:
C22

Barry Esteridge
A teenage rival of Ryan Hatchett. Barry once tripped Ryan into a muddy gutter, but Ryan never confronted him. When Ryan's girlfriend cheated on him with Barry, it drove Ryan to suicide. On Dead Earth, a zombie Barry attacked Ryan's girlfriend Suzette and became the first thing Ryan ever stood up to.

Barry the Newscaster Barry the Newscaster
(See the Newscasters)
Bartino
References:
6, 7, 46, C18, C23

Bartino

Alias: Don Bartino, Luciano Bartino

The mafia don that controlled Overtkill. Bartino allowed Twistelli to borrow Overtkill to eliminate Spawn, but was furious when Twistelli allowed him to be destroyed.

References:
CY4

Bates
A henchman of the insane artist Lucienne Sangfroid, Bates supplies Lucienne with people to use in his sculptures.
Baz
References:
130, 131

Baz

A ghost who came to reside within the House on Marston Street. In life, Baz was an up-and-coming jazz musician who traveled throughout the East coast. On his 23rd birthday, he overdosed on heroin, and after a time, he came to reside in the House.

He and 5 other ghosts were held captive by a demon living in the cellar and unable to leave. After Spawn came to rescue Twitch's son Max, however, the house and all the ghosts within were sucked into a vortex and then disappeared.


Beast of the Black Wood Beast of the Black Wood
(see Beast of the Wood)
Beast of the Wood
References:
DA18, DA21, DA24, DA25, DA28

Beast of the Wood

Alias: Beast of the Black Wood

A mysterious evil that terrorized the woods around the city of Rhyll. People passing through the woods were often found dead and dismembered. The Beast destroyed the city of Rhyll in one particularly gruesome attack, but the massacre was mistakenly blamed on Lord Covenant. As time passed the legend of the Beast grew, and several people were accused of being the culprit - including the giant Dumas.

The Beast finally revealed itself to Covenant after it destroyed Rhyll for a second time. It was not one creature after all, but instead the five demonic brothers known as the Phlebiac Brothers. After revealing themselves, the demons killed Covenant for his betrayal of Hell.

Becky
References:
245

Becky
An employee of the John Doe foundation. Becky acquired most of the permits for the new medical machinery that the foundation acquired.
References:
CF8

Bednerik
A teacher of Sam Burke's at the Whistleton Preparatory Academy for Boys.
References:
4, 12, 13, V2, V3

Bedrock

Alias: Badrock

A young member of Youngblood who witnessed Spawn kidnapping Chapel. Later, Badrock and other members of Youngblood arrived at the scene of the battle between the Phlebiac Brothers and the Admonisher. Due to the Hemisphere of Nacreous Containment they were unable to intervene, however.


belazekial Belazikkal
(see Bootsy)
Belial
References:
U7, 251, 253,
256

Belial

Belial was one of God's chosen angels, and is the father of Fury, Faith and Fantasy. His peers believed that he would be a leader one day, but his hubris and self-absorption led to his actions requiring punishment.

Belial did not take punishment well, and he joined Hell to take vengeance upon Heaven. There he became the Dark Angel of Fear.

Belial ascended the ranks of Hell, and whereas he sees Satan as the chairman so to speak, he thinks of himself as the president. He took it upon himself to fill mankind with fear.

Al Simmons once tried to stop Belial from instilling fear in mankind, but Belial explained that he does so out of love, that fear gives us purpose and prepares us for eternity.

Later, Belial became more intimately involved with Simmons when he orchestrated Wanda's murder and attempted to kidnap Al's father's soul.


Ben Ben
(see Hellspwn (chatroom))
Ben
References:
249

Ben (2)
An IT technician working for The John Doe Outreach Foundation. As the plague of insects unleashed by Leetha began sweeping through the city, Ben and his coworker Jemiah were inundated with technical problems.
Ben McGregor
References:
C26

Ben McGregor
A victim of the Crocodile killer, along with his brother Jeffrey and their mother Hallie.
   
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