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Diaries of Eliphas Levi
References:
78

Diaries of Eliphas Levi
A tome of knowledge stored within the Archives of the Hellspawn. Cog consults the Diaries when searching for information on a bizarre mark left on the necks of murder victims in and around Rat City.
Diehard
References:
13, V3

Diehard
A member of Youngblood who witnesses Spawn kidnapping Chapel.
Dinah
References:
147

Dinah

Dinah lives with her family (husband Jed, son Jon and Grandma) in the rural wilderness of Northeast Minnesota. When Spawn's aimless wanderings led him near their home, Jon found him out in the snow and brought him home.

The family showed Spawn hospitality but disappeared in the night. Left alone, Spawn discovered that the family has been alive and unchanged at least since 1840 when a family photo was taken.

Outside, Spawn found a group of hunters being attacked by abnormally large wolves. He intervened and saved the lives of the hunters, and took the eye of one of the wolves before leaving again to wander.

Little did he know that the kind family he had stayed with were werewolves, and it was Grandmother Wolf's eye that was lost.

Dipper
References:
18

Dipper
Marty "Dipper" Sladek - a Vietnam vet and a homeless man. Marty remembered and stuck to his 'Nam vow - to watch out for his buddies, when he saw Spawn being attacked by the Anti-Spawn. He intervened and gave Spawn a chance to fight back.

Director Kramer
(see Kramer)
Director Kurtz
References:
213, 215, 217

Director Kurtz

Director of the CIA in New York City. When the photograph of Jim Downing and his wife was sent out by Marc Rosen for investigation, news of it's reappearance arrived at the desk of Director Kurtz.

As a result, she brought in a special agent Kruger to quietly erase all memory and trace of the photograph. By doing so she hoped to stop any further investigation into what they called the Downing Operation.


The Disciple Disciple
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Divvy
References:
19

Divvy
A street thug who attacked Spawn and Houdini. Houdini used his magic to make Divvy and his pals hallucinate and experience bizarre "deaths".
Diz
References:
91

Diz
A dimwitted follower of Mark "of the Beast". Diz lived in Mark's squatter house and followed him around to help with stealing and dealing.
Doc
References:
C17

Doc
A wealthy, powerful man of some sort, possibly a member of the Vatican Secret Police. He was involved in the extermination of Antonio Twistelli's organization.
Doctor Baxter
References:
185, 186, 188

Doctor Baxter
The doctor assigned to care for Patient 47 after he wakes up from his coma. Dr. Baxter was frustrated to find that no records for Patient 47 seem to exist, and no one knew how long he had been in a coma. After St. Anthony's hospital exploded, Dr. Baxter was less than helpful when dealing with the other hospitals his patient was transferred to.
Doctor Busino
References:
45, 46, 49, 51

Doctor Buscino

Alias: Doctor Busino

The family physician of the Fitzgerald family, including Terry, Wanda and Cyan. Dr. Buscino recommended that Terry visit a neurologist when he was having unexplained blackouts.


Doctor Busino
(see Doctor Buscino)
Doctor Carl Marsh
References:
C26

Doctor Carl Marsh

Supervising Psychiatrist at the Fenton Sanitarium. One of Marsh's patients, Roger Bonner, fit the description of the Crocodile Killer perfectly even though he was innocent.

As such, Marsh hired private detectives Sam and Twitch to take Bonner into protective custody before authorities could falsely charge him.

Doctor Curtis
References:
50, 51

Doctor Curtis

The doctor who treated Terry Fitzgerald after his car accident. Curtis was also burdened with the unhappy task of informing the Fitzgeralds that Terry had an inoperable brain tumor and would not have long to live.

Later, Curtis was puzzled over Terry's miraculous recovery and wished to conduct further testing.

Doctor Daniel Sarop
References:
232

Doctor Daniel Sarop
The physician that was looking after fallen angel Victoria. He was visited by the Clown (in his guise of by Dr. Kerr) who suggested that they should transfer Victoria to a different facility in order to try a different treatment.
Doctor Delirium
References:
37

Doctor Delirium

Alias: Doctor DeLorean

A mad doctor persona invented by the Freak. In reality, "Delirium" is Dr. DeLorean - the Freak's doctor. Freak was under the care of DeLorean while he was institutionalized, during which time he created an elaborate fantasy about his doctor's mad experiments and evil schemes.

When the Freak escaped, his insane story was detailed enough to convince Spawn that it was true, and with his help, Freak returned and murdered DeLorean.


Doctor DeLorean Doctor DeLorean
(see Doctor Delirium)
Doctor Egner
References:
188

Doctor Egner
A Trinity Hospital doctor looking after Jim Downing after he had been transferred a number of times in the aftermath of St. Anthony's destruction. Dr. Egner spoke with Jim's physician, Dr. Baxter on the phone about getting his files, but found Dr. Baxter less than helpful.
Doctor Eylan Hessman
References:
C23

Doctor Eylan Hessman

An obsessive but brilliant scientist with breakthroughs in robotics and bio-mechanics, Hessman was essentially a lonely man.

Devastated by his inability to save his father from dying, Hessman drank himself to near death, but soon learned he had a half-brother.

His brother, Nicholas Rocca, was a hitman for a mafia don barely clinging to life when Hessman tracked him down. Hessman then spent the rest of his life rebuilding and perfecting his brother as Overtkill.

Unfortunately, in a rage after his rebirth, Overtkill accidentally killed his brother.

Doctor Feinstein
References:
S&T15

Doctor Feinstein
An ER doctor who worked on KC McRory after she was brought in as a gunshot victim. Unfortunately, he was unable to save her.
Dr. Frederick Gunther
References:
196

Doctor Frederick Gunther
A doctor specializing in genetics with an office in New York City. Jim Downing paid the doctor a visit to learn more about Patient 47 and Gunther revealed he was hired to combine previous genetic research into a single working model. He never met Patient 47 directly as he came in towards the end of the research beginning with Patient 42.

Gunther said Nortego was always the one giving the others, that some of the previous patients were released but most died. Patient 47 was the last but they weren't told why.
Doctor Galackawitz
References:
47

Doctor Galackawitz
(An alias sometimes used by the Violator while in his clown disguise)
Doctor Ian Saunders
References:
C28

Doctor Ian Saunders

A successful psychiatrist and radio talk-show host with multiple degrees from Ivy League schools. Saunders led two lives, one as the successful family man everyone knew, the other as a cross-dressing serial killer known as the Head Hunter.

Saunders was tracked down by Suture, who offered him a choice: death, imprisonment, or successfully counseling her in one day. He accepted her offer and was successful in helping her understand what she had become. Immediately after she let him go, however, he was discovered by the police.

Doctor John Dee
References:
V2

Doctor John Dee
According to Violator, Dr. John Dee summoned the Phleboton Spirit of the Upper Ayres in 1589. After his summoning, Dee also provided the demon with a human woman with whom to impregnate. The result of this horrible union was the Violator.
Doctor Joseph C Kerr
References:
232, 236, 243,
244

Doctor Joseph C Kerr
(An alias sometimes used by the Violator)
Dr. Kingston
References:
195

Doctor Kingston
After two thugs kidnapped Sara's friend Judy thinking she was Sara, Jim Downing attacked them and demanded information. Before the thug died, he coughed up the name Dr. Kingston for Jim. Who Dr. Kingston is remains unknown.

Doctor Marc Simmons Doctor Marc Simmons
(see Marc Simmons)
   
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