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E
References:
V2

E
One of three homeless men who find the severely wounded Violator wandering the alleys in search of Spawn. They deliver him to their leader so that he can ask Spawn for help.
Earl
References:
264, 265, 268,
269, 272

Earl

Shortly after returning to Earth after his war in Hell, Al Simmons joined the Southpaws Gym to retrain himself to fight without his powers, and to maybe find some allies. Earl was one of several fellow patrons that began to befriend Al, particularly over their shared military backgrounds.

Eventually, Al decided to invite Earl to join him on his crusade against evil, beginning with a drug cartel in the city. Earl reluctantly agreed to help from time to time, particularly because Al offered to help pay for Earl's mother's medical care.

Earl's mom
References:
268, 269

Earl's Mom*
A kind hearted woman who worked hard to care for Earl her entire life. Now that she is sick with expensive needs, Earl deperately wanted to return the favor but found that he didn't have the money to do so – unless he accepted Al Simmons' offer to join him.
Ed Kemper
References:
174, 175

Ed Kemper

After silver was struck near the town of Bane, so-called businessmen like Ed Kemper moved in and started throwing their muscle around.

Kemper headed a gang of thieves that bought up most of the land in the area through intimidation and murder. When they murdered the family of Jeremy Winston, however, it was a fatal mistake.

Winston (or Ol' Job as he was known) came after Kemper himself and killed two of Kemper's men before being subdued by the marshal. He was hung for the attack, but after death he returned as a hellspawn to reap revenge upon the town of Bane.

Not only did he kill Kemper, he killed every last man woman and child in Bane for the deaths of his beloved wife Kimi and their children.

Eddie
References:
108

Eddie
A friend of Max Williams. After Max ran away, his friend Eddie covered for him but tried to convince him to go home, or at least call and tell his parents that he was ok. Max refused and became involved with The Kingdom.

Eddie Beckett Eddie Beckett
(see The Heap)
Eddie Burke
References:
CF13

Eddie Burke
Sam Burke's younger brother who always felt 2nd best to Sam. Whereas Sam grew up to become a police detective, Eddie ended up in jail for knocking off a liquor store. He was later killed in prison for protecting a weaker inmate.

Eddie Frank Eddie Frank
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Eddy
References:
CY3

Eddy
A USSG captain of a boat stationed at No Man's Archipelago.
Eden
References:
120, 160, 163, 235, 238

Eden

Alias: Garden of Eden

Mother tells Spawn that the Dead Zone the Disciple guards is not a portal to Heaven, but rather, a portal to the biblical Garden of Eden.

The Garden is a mystical place that exists not on Earth, but in a "world parallel to the Earth's physical dimension." According to Cog, Eden has existed longer than Heaven, Hell or Earth.

Mother went on to explain that man has always had the power to become a god, he need only enter Eden and eat from the Tree of Life. She assigned The Disciples to guard the entrance against all intruders, but told Spawn that he must enter to save mankind.

 

Eighth Circle of Hell
References:
51, 100, 212,
C15

Eighth Circle of Hell

The Eighth Circle of Hell is a place representative of how most people think of Hell in general. Filled with fiery torture and torment, the Eighth Circle was ruled for centuries by Malebolgia.

It was from the 8th that Malebolgia created Hellspawn - by bonding souls with neural parasites from the 4th Circle, and then sending them back to Earth in order to train.

When Spawn killed Malebolgia, he became the defacto ruler of the 8th Circle whether he wanted to be or not. His reign was short lived, however, for the treacherous Cain tricked Spawn and usurped the throne.

After Cain disappeared into the Black Tower, multiple parties began vying for the throne once again. The Violator, who explained to Jim Downing that he was the only hellspawn created while the throne was empty, planned to use Jim to take the throne for himself.


Eighth Level of Hell Eighth Level of Hell
(see the Eighth Circle of Hell)

Eighth Plane Eighth Plane
(see the Eighth Circle of Hell)
El Morte
References:
C13

El Morte
A small, lawless, former leper colony, jungle town in Brazil. The entire town was slaughtered by feral A6 agents Zacks and Obersmith except for a pet monkey named Valentino.
Elaine
References:
50

Elaine (1)
A nurse attending to Terry Fitzgerald while he was in the hospital dying of a brain tumor.
Elaine
References:
101

Elaine (2)
A maternity nurse who helps care for Wanda after she gives birth to the twins.
The Elders
References:
186, 189

Elders, The
Presumably some sort of ruling class in Hell, not much is known of The Elders. The Violator has spoken of them with distaste and has said that they executed his father. He said they hired him to train Al Simmons as Spawn and that he had continued to do so even after the death of Malebolgia.
References:
DA13

Eleanor of Aquitaine
The domineering mother of King John, Eleanor pressured and manipulated her weak son.

Eli (Old Guard) Eli (Old Guard)
One of the three final members of the Old Guard. Please see Old Guard for more info.
Elizabeth Bathory
References:
178

Elizabeth Bathory
Elizabeth Bathory was one of several high profile vampires that invaded European royalty. She flamboyantly nourished her bloodlust for all to see, and to the disgust of the vampires' cousins the vrykolakas.
Elmo
References:
40

Elmo
One of a few men working for the Curse who pose as homeless men living near Spawn so that they can get close and booby-trap his throne. Their mission was successful and Spawn was captured by the Curse.
Eloise
References:
DA2, DA3

Eloise
Sister of Lord Covenant, wife of Baron Rivalen. When Eloise fell ill of an unknown sickness, Rivalen's cruelty magnified. Upon her death Rivalen ordered the entire town of Rhyll destroyed.
The Elysian Lock
References:
C11

Elysian Lock, The
A precious device of some sort resembling a large hourglass. Described as an angel's own time-clock, or the soul of their goodness in meta-physical form. It was apparently destroyed by Angela while fighting The Argus.
Elysium
References:
72, 83, 146, 149, A2, C9, C10, C11, DA7

Elysium

Alias: The Shining City

Elysium is the heart of Heaven - the site of the throne of God and the home city of the angels. Also called the Shining City, Elysium is a beautiful metropolis made of glass and crystal.

It was within Elysium that Angela was trained to become a hunter angel, and where she would eventually be tried for high treason. During her trial, Spawn journeyed to the Shining City to testify on her behalf. His presence as a hellspawn in Elysium nearly started Armageddon.

   
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