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Billy Scambino
References:
47

Billy Scambino
In charge of surveillance on the Fitzgerald family for Antonio Twistelli. When Tremor and Spawn interrogated Vinnie Bolbani, another of Twistelli's men, they learned of Scambino and confronted him for more information.
Billy Scarelli
References:
272

Billy Scarelli
The son of Commander Scarelli, the man who had Terry Fitzgerald incarcerated. After Spawn discovered Scarelli's identity, he paid the Scarellis a visit at home. Spawn threatened the lives of Billy and his brother Chris, while Cyan created an invisibility cloak around them as they slept - to make it appear that they had been abducted.
Billy Sterner
References:
CF9

Billy Sterner
A former boyfriend of Senator Sean Halloran who was murdered by Bobby Kellerman under orders from Seamus O'Halloran.
Billy's First Victim
References:
77, 78, 81, 82

Billy’s First Victim*

A man posessed by the evil spirit of Billy Kincaid through a process called Diabolus Interium. The first of many victims posessed by Billy, the man pulled a gun on Sam and Twitch and opened fire. Sam returned fire and shot him, but only after Twitch was shot in the head.

"Billy's First Victim" was shot only in the shoulder, but he died immediately seemingly unrelated to she shot. Later in the morgue, Sam discovered the bizarre mark on the back of his neck. Later revealed to be a mark of Diabolus Interium.

Billy's Fourth Victim
References:
82

Billy’s Fourth Victim*

A man on a subway train temporarily possessed by the spirit of Billy Kincaid. Kincaid's true targets were Twitch's wife and son - passengers on the same train. When Kincaid possessed the helpless man, he secretly forced him to act upon his darkest impulses.

The man drew a gun and began threatening people. He set his sights on Twitch's family but was stopped when Spawn arrived. Spawn choked the man while screaming for Kincaid to come out, but unfortunately the man died, thus adding to Kincaid's collection of damned souls.

References:
40

Bio-mechanic Neurological Transferal System
The name of the secret project that created Cy-Gor. It was intended to create a super soldier by melding flesh with weapons.
Bishop Gaston Gui
References:
DA23, DA25, DA26, DA27

Bishop Gaston Gui

A holy man that became desperate in his final days. Dying of the plague during the dark ages, Gui send his followers to find and collect a mysterious substance known as necroplasm that had been removed from the hellspawn Covenant. When they returned with the necroplasm, Gui was already dead, but they placed the necroplasm inside him anyway.

The result was a hideous combination of Gui and the demons inside him - which threatened to destroy anything in its path. The beast was defeated by the combined efforts of Covenant, Cogliostro, and a druid named Gareth.

The Black
References:
204, 233, 244, 247, 270

Black, The

As Clown put it, "The Black" refers to the space between here and the Shadows. When Jim Downing seemed to teleport from place to place, he was actually traveling through The Black. On one such journey, Jim carried Sara Johnston with him, and the experience terrified her deeply.

Later, Sara was brought into The Black a second time when she had been kidnapped by the Clown. She was left alone in the darkness, but to her dismay, she was not alone for long, as she was soon assaulted by a group of blind zombie-like creatures. Eventually, Jim tracked Sara down and rescued her from the beasts, but her body had been weakened by her experience.

Days later, she became possessed and, after struggling with Jim, she fell into a coma. According to the vampire doctor caring for Sara after she fell into her coma (Dr. Tropski), her condition was caused be her visiting the Black, which weakened her. Then, when she had sex with Downing, his demonic seed infected her. Also, he claimed that when Downing visited The Black, his symbiote would have had to merge with the darkness temporarily, thus changing Downing's DNA slightly.

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

Clown claimed that The Black is a place between here and the shadows, so that would seem to imply that they are different locations. Also, Sanctuary has always been portrayed as a safe place, so the presence of the zombie-like creatures in The Black seems to imply they are different locations as well.

The Black Dispersal
References:
45

Black Dispersal, The
A tactic of the hellspawn in which a silent signal is sent out to all nearby creatures of darkness. The hellspawn then releases a concentrated blast of energy, usually from its chest at the target. Covered in an aura of evil, the target is then a beacon for the gathering dark creatures and is typically devoured. Spawn used this tactic when fighting the angel Tiffany.

Black Knight Black Knight
An alias of the hellspawn Covenant.
Black Oracle
References:
V1

Black Oracle
A ritual used by the Phlebiac Brothers in which they use the blood of a sacrificed human as a window to view happenings elsewhere in the universe.
Black Salamander Clan
References:
CF14, CF15, CF16

Black Salamander Clan
A drug trafficking organization based on the Chinese vampire legend of Mistress Xie Ye. Run by Chu Lai in Chinatown.
The Black Tower
References:
140, 141, 200

Black Tower, The
A tower being built in Hell by Cain. The tower stretches ever higher as Cain isolates himself in the tower and watches hell through the window.

Bludd
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Bob
References:
8

Bob (1)
A man from Wisconsin who died in a car accident. In Hell, he travelled with Billy Kincaid briefly before being taken by a Cthugan Metabuse.
Bob
References:
35

Bob (2)
Informs his fellow detectives, Sam and Twitch, that their chief has gone off into the alleys to find Spawn himself.
Bob
References:
249

Bob (3)
A coworker of Marc's with The John Doe Outreach Foundation. Together they discuss the plague of insects in the city that was unleashed by Leetha.
References:
43

Bob Comonaco
A man of some importance to the community who was friends with Chief Banks. Comonoco was murdered by Wynn's people as part of their procedures to isolate Banks as a scapegoat for the Amanda Jennings murder.
Bob Custer
References:
C11

Bob Custer
Part of the Custer family, a clan from Texas that was killed in a tornado and sent to Heaven. In Elysium, their dispositions came under scrutiny and Callindra came to consult with them. When Elysium was struck by Anti-force released from The Kron, they went with Callindra to Limbo for safety.
Bob DeLeon
References:
187, 188, 194,
198

Bob DeLeon

Editor at the New York Clarion. Bob DeLeon hired Marc Rosen to be the police blotter page writer, but gave him the opportunity to cover the explosions at St. Anthony's - a huge step in Marc's career.

As Marc worked on the story, it became clear that Bob was an overbearing and unimaginative boss. At first he refused to believe Marc Rosen's story about Jim Downing, but later, when Marc used Bill Detritch to prove his story, Bob refused to allow Marc time to unravel the story further. In fact, he took Marc off the story completely, at which point Marc became so upset that he immediately quit.

Bob Matson
References:
S&T16

Bob Matson
A man who jumped bail and was recaptured by bounty hunters Manara and Pratt. Later, he was stolen from Manara and Pratt by another bounty hunter named Bilal. In the end, he was accidentally shot by his bail bondsman, Munoz.

Bobby Bobbie
(see Bobby)

Bobby Bobby
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Bobby
References:
188

Bobby (2)
A paramedic who transferred Jim Downing and Mr. Murray out of the destruction of St. Anthony's. Bobby successfully argued at the next hospital to have them both admitted despite the hospital being full.
Bobby Kellerman
References:
CF7, CF8, CF9, CF10, CF11

Bobby Kellerman

Alias: Robert Kellerman

A hitman working for Seamus O'Halloran, Senator Sean Halloran's father. Bobby was also at one time enrolled in secret service training with Sam Burke.

Book of Shadows
References:
S&T11

Book of Shadows
An intimate journal or workbook for wiccans used to record rituals, potions, poetry and other discoveries.
   
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