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Doctor McRory Doctor McRory
(see KC McRory)
References:
239

Doctor McVey
A doctor with past involvement with Jim Downing. Daniel Kilgore visited him while investigating those touched by Downing's powers, and McVey then led Kilgore to visit with Benny Chen.
Doctor Parkston
References:
CF13

Doctor Parkston
A medical examiner at the morgue who asks Sam Burke to identify the body of his younger brother Eddie.
References:
5

Doctor Reynolds
A psychiatrist who testified on Billy Kincaid's behalf upon his impending release from prison.
Doctor Rivers
References:
202, 204

Doctor Rivers
Sam Burke's doctor while he was in the hospital after his “heart attack” caused by the Violator. Rivers was baffled by Burke's mysterious failure to recover or respond to standard treatment.
Doctor Rollins
References:
49, 50, 51

Doctor Rollins
The neurologist who treated Terry's brain tumor until it miraculously disappeared (with the help of Spawn). Reynolds released Terry from the hospital after he appeared to be inexplicably cured, but wished Terry would agree to further testing.
Doctor Sallow
References:
176, 177

Doctor Sallow

A physician at Portland's Mount Pleasant Hospital. Sallow was the attending physician for a severely disabled young man named Kenneth Erskine. Kenneth was born with a severe form of immuno-deficiency and was unable to survive outside of a protective bubble.

Sallow was able to keep Kenneth relatively happy and safe for most of his life, except during the apocalypse. The hospital was in chaos just before the White Light and Kenneth's air supply was briefly contaminated - disfiguring him.

Afterwards, Kenneth became the subject of a police investigation involving the murders of entrants in an art competition which he had entered and lost. Sallow defended Erskine, explaining that he had, quite literally, an airtight alibi.

Eventually though, when it became clear that Kenneth was in fact responsible, he committed suicide. Before the end he signed over all rights to his story and possessions toDoctor Sallow.

Doctor Tropski
References:
247

Doctor Tropski

A vampire working for Bludd, Dr. Tropski was also the doctor caring for Sara Johnston when she was brought into the hopital in a coma.

Dr. Tropski discussed Sara's condition with Jim Downing when he arrived, explaining that Sara's condition was caused by the combination of her visiting The Black, and her having sex with Downing.


Doctor Willheim Doctor Willheim
(see Frederick Willheim)
Doctor Zabous
References:
94, 156

Doctor Zabous

When Cyan's nightmares got to be worrisome for Wanda, she took her to see a child psychiatrist. Dr. Zabous tried to ease Wanda's concerns, but also recommended that Cyan continue to schedule appointments with her.

Years later, when Wanda was having fears about the twins, she took little Jake and Katie to. Dr. Zabous as well. Zabous felt the children were fine, but that Wanda was seriously disturbed. She recommended that Terry keep a close eye on her.

Domina
References:
97, 98, 99

Domina

Leader of one of Heaven's angelic armies. After receiving word from the throne that the armies of Heaven are to stand down and allow Urizen to roam free, Domina contacted her fellow leader Urania to suggest waging battle of their own accord - refuting the word of God.

Unable to convince Urania to join her unsanctioned attack, she decided to forge on ahead anyway. Before she could attack, however, she was confronted by Angela. The two angels fought until the Heavenly Hosts arrived, after which Domina finally backed down.

The Dominion
References:
A3

Dominion, The
A heavenly judicial body. After being presented with evidence that Gabrielle perjured herself while testifying against Angela, the Dominion called Gabrielle in for further questioning.
Donald
References:
243

Donald
An associate of Mr. Ramus who discusses the business's dealings with the Syrian government and their drilling operations there. When finished, he passed the meeting over to Mr. Ramus himself.
Donald Weiss
References:
CF9

Donald Weiss
A lawyer for the Halloran family who freed their hitman Bobby Kellerman while he was being interrogated by Sam and Twitch.
Donello
References:
C5, C7

Donello
A paramedic who, along with a few accomplices, had a habit of raping his patients. One of his victims, Gretchen Culver, returned and exacted vengeance on him after death as Suture.
Donna Weaver
References:
C8

Donna Weaver
An overworked assistant district attorney who ordered Suture released based on a lack of sufficient evidence to build a case.
Donny
References:
C17

Donny
A mobster working for Antonio Twistelli. He was killed at a wedding by the Vatican Secret Police.
Dooley's
References:
CF9

Dooley's
A bar where Seamus O'Halloran's hitman Bobby Kellerman got into a bar fight and got himself arrested.
Dorro
References:
C3

Dorro
A human refugee during the future-apocalypse, and a friend of a man named Abel. It was Dorro who escorted Abel back to the human encampment after he had been re-baptized by the Anti-Pope.
Doug
References:
66

Doug
A co-worker and acquaintance of Terry Fitzgerald. They have business meetings over meals occasionally.
Doug
References:
215, 217, 229, 230

Downing's Assassin*

While appearing on the Craig Grant television show, a would-be assassin appeared in the crowd and shot Jim Downing at point blank range. The unnamed assassin was quickly apprehended, and his victim miraculously stood up on his own, apparently unharmed.

Later, Downing visited the man in jail and revealed that he was aware that the man had been hired by Bludd, and that he was a child molestor. Soon after, Leetha independently visited the man once again and murdered him.


Dragon Dragon
(see Savage Dragon)
Dronecops
References:
C3

Dronecops
Heavily armored law enforcement officers in the future. Dronecops escorted a young Daniel Llanso off to detention center after Daniel killed his father.

DuBlanc DuBlanc
(see Guy DuBlanc)
Dumas
References:
DA23, DA24

Dumas

A man of unusually large size who had traveled the world and had taken to living isolated within the woods near Rhyll. As he felt his life coming to a close, he made his presence known to Covenant and made efforts to pass on the knowledge he had obtained throughout his life and travels.

Covenant studied Dumas's teachings for several months before Dumas finally succumbed to his condition and passed on.

 
Dylan
References:
245, 246

Dylan

One of two men who were discussing Jim Downing at a diner. They often discuss the topic online as their chatboard-handles.

Dylan's board name has not been confirmed, but he is likely either AngelsROK or redeemer69.

Dylan is a sceptic who often discounts hellspwn's theories about Jim Downing and Hellspawn.

   
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