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Heaven's Negotiators

When young CIA agent Jason Wynn met with agents from Heaven to discuss their ongoing relationship with the United States, it was Heaven's Negotiators who attended the awkward meeting.

Odd beings who refused to look their human counterparts in the eyes, the negotiators were interested in securing Heaven's Dead Zones and investigating possible locations of Hell's Dead Zones. They also took great interest in Wynn's proposal of a program to create human/angel hybrids.

Heavenly Hosts
References:
99, 154, 155, 157, 158, 162

Heavenly Hosts

Three mysterious beings that communicate directly with God. They speak and think in unison and together they travel through the aether to do God's bidding.

When Urizen reappeared to ravage the Earth, the Heavenly hosts delivered the confusing orders to the Angel Domina to stand down. They claimed there was an order by the throne to remain passive, but that Angela could be allowed to "follow her own lights" in the situation.

Later, when the Forgotten Ones began their assault on Heaven, the Heavenly Hosts reluctantly released the imprisoned angel Zera. Their efforts saved Heaven but cost the Forgotten Ones their lives.

Once Free, Zera also brought about the return of God to Heaven. Surprised at God's return, the Heavenly Hosts were immediately ordered to send out the heralds and begin the Rapture. During the Apocalypse, the Hosts recommended to their Lord that he might want to ally himself with Satan temporarily in order to defeat Spawn.

Hecatoncheires
References:
C21

Hecatoncheires
Monstrous children of Ouranos and Gaia prior to the Titans. Their hideous 50 heads and 100 hands disgusted their mother and so they were banished to Tartarus.
References:
U2

Heinrich Himmler
The Nazi SS Chief Heinrich Himmler was afraid to be near his furer (Hitler) for fear of the hellspawn that accompanied him.
Hel
References:
202, 204, 207,
208, 209, 210, 230, 242, 243, 247

Hel

Hel is a mysterious former Empress of Hell. At some point in the past, she was betayed by Spawn, lost her throne, and was in some way rescued by the Violator.

To repay her debt to the Violator, Hel agreed to aid the demon in his plan to gain control of the Jim Downing Spawn. As part of his plan, Violator had hidden a portion of Malebolgia's power within the body of Sam Burke. As such, he instructed Hel to take the body of a human nurse and make sure Burke remained unconscious.

When Detective Rowand discovered Hel perched atop Burke, she was forced to flee to the rooftop and commit suicide. Later in the morgue, the Violator awakened Hel and scolded her for her failure - but also promised to return with a new body for her.

A mere 15 minutes after Susan Mathews committed suicide, Violator awakened Hel once again to inhabit Susan's corpse. Their plan required Hel to assume the life of Susan so that no one would know she had ever died. By doing this, Hel could remain close to Downing and slowly siphon his powers.

Helen Williams
References:
34, 42, 78, 80, 81, 82, 84, 85, 107, 112, 113, 131, 152, 157, 160, 163, 234,
250, CF1, CF2, CF3, CF4, CF6,
S&T21, S&T23, S&T26

Helen Williams

Alias: Margaret Helen Williams

Detective Twitch Williams' beautiful and loving wife. Born Margaret Helen Williams, she has always gone by the name Helen except to her Grandmother (and occasionally Twitch).

Helen stood by Twitch through the ups and downs of his career, often forced to visit her husband in the hospital. Because of the time consuming nature of Twitch's job, Helen was left alone at home with their 6 children more often than not.

She was not happy with his decision to start a private detective agency with Sam, and even less happy that he had been fired from the force. The difficulties and stresses of Twitch being away so often led to many problems in their marriage, most severely around the time that their eldest son Max ran away from home. They seperated for a time, but their marriage endured as they still loved one another very much.

When Armageddon came, Helen and Twitch died together with their kids at home, only to be recreated anew in the White Light.

Marie
References:
93

Helena
One of the 13 members of The Group. Helena came from old money and the investigation into her death nearly ruined The Group's plans. The Group was able to stay hidden in the end, however, and the following month they resumed their hunts.

Hell
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Hell's Dealbroker
References:
226

Hell's Dealbroker*

Aware that Heaven had been working with agents from the humans (specifically the United States), Hell offered a deal to one of the humans: Jason Wynn.

Hell's unnamed Dealbroker confronted the young CIA agent and offered to help further his career and deliver the power that Wynn so craved in exchange for Wynn securing funding for the DNA research by Kramer and protecting Hell's Dead Zones. Wynn agreed to the arrangement and sealed the deal by murdering his partner, affer which the Dealbroker gave Wynn a mysterious box with a symbol resembling those used by the Freemasons.

Hell's Guard
References:
256, 260, 261

Hell's Guard*

A demon who discussed with Satan's Representative* the imminent arrival of Al Simmons, and who was instructed to not only stop Simmons, but to steal his symbiote for Satan.

Hell's Guard and his army of fiery soldiers have never failed to stop an intruder, according to Satan's Representative. However, when Al entered Hell accompanied by Clown and Mike the Messenger, the Guard and his army were nowhere to be found.

After Al's confrontation with Satan, Hell's Guard was part of a group tasked with hunting Al and Wanda down.

Note: Hell's Guard may be one and the same with the Gatekeeper, although this is not confirmed.

Hellion
References:
259, 260, 261,
262

Hellion

A servant of Satan who was tasked with tracking down Wanda Blake's soul and bringing her to his master.

After being captured, Wanda was then offered as a bargaining chip for Spawn's symbiote. Spawn refused the deal and escaped with Wanda, however, and Satan was infuriated with Hellion for not keeping a watch over her as instructed. He was then sent off to track her down once again.

As Spawn fought Satan and his forces, Hellion tracked down another bargaining chip for the deal: Al and Wanda's unborn son.


Hellspawn
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Hellspwn
References:
205, 229, 230, 231, 245, 246

Hellspwn (chatroom)

Alias: Ben

A chatroom patron that often discussed the miraculous events surrounding Jim Downing. Hellspwn usually defended his belief that Downing is a hellspawn to his more skeptical friends AngelsROK and Redeemer69.

Amongst his other hellspawn related theories was that Genghis Khan was a hellspawn and that he transferred his soul to his grandson Kublai Khan.

Hemisphere of Nacreous Containment
References:
V2

Hemisphere of Nacreous Containment
A sort of force field summoned by the Vindicator to contain the battle between the Phlebiac Brothers and the Admonisher.
Henry Davies
References:
U7

Henry Davies
A man with a fear of virtually everything - a fear of fear itself caused by the Dark Angel of Fear, Belial.
Henry Richard Simmons
References:
174, 175, 176, 182

Henry Richard Simmons

An officer in the 10th Cavalry of the US army, and one of the so-called 'Buffalo Soldiers'. Simmons was born Francis Charles Parker, the son of cotton slaves. He was proud of what he became and wore his army uniform with pride.

His life changed forever, however, when one of his fellow cavalry men was gunned down in cold blood in the town of San Angelo, Texas. He and his fellow men reacted to the murder by issuing a declaration of justice to the patrons of the town saloon - but their civilized deed was met with more violence and a gunfight ensued. When the dust had settled, those that remained of the 10th cavalry were outlaws - presumed guilty because of the color of their skin.

Parker fled towards Colorado Springs, home of his beloved Alma. Along the way, Parker was caught in a snow storm and took shelter in the small town of Bane. There his bad luck continued, as he happened upon a murder scene and was recognized by the marshal. He was arrested and thrown in jail, where he met the man known as Ol' Job.

He and Ol'Job (who's family was murdered) were visited by Mammon - a fallen angel in the employ of Malebolgia who was secretly trying to create the ultimate hellspawn. Mammon was unsure of which of the two men should be the next hellspawn at first, but later settled on Ol' Job. He had other plans for Parker.

When the hellspawn Ol' Job was unleashed on the town of Bane, no one was left standing except he and Parker. Mammon told Job to spare Parker's life, and later revealed to Parker that his seed would one day become the ultimate hellspawn that he had been searching for.

Parker changed his name to Henry Richard Simmons and married his love Alma. Together they raised a family, but he did not forget Mammon's prophecy. He wrote it all down in a journal to be passed through the generations so that Mammon's plan would not come to fruition.

Hera
References:
C20, C21

Hera
Wife and sister of Zeus, ruler of Olympus. Hera put up with Zeus's constant affairs and abuse until he asked her to give herself to Briareus in exchange for his help in fighting Raenius. Hera agreed to his task, put told Zeus she would never return to him.
Herger
References:
DA17, DA21

Herger

Leader of a small band of Viking thieves who happened upon Covenant in the woods after he has had his necroplasm removed by druids. The thieves recognized Covenant as the one blamed for the massacre in Rhyll and they attacked him.

Without his power, Covenant was overwhelmed. Herger and his thieves left Covenant for dead lying in the woods. Several months later, Herger was tracked down by his fellow Vikings and killed by Alek, a small survivor of Rhyll that the Vikings had kidnapped and adopted.

Hillary Reece
References:
C5

Hillary Reece

A woman murdered by The Rose Killer a week after finishing business with private detectives Sam Burke and Twitch Williams.

She had hired them to follow her husband and find out if he was involved in some humiliation sex cult. The detectives photographed the husband with the cult and delivered them to Mrs. Reece. A week later she was found cut in half and strung upside down with motorcycle chain. Her head had been removed and replaced with a rose.

Hiroshi Kitamura
References:
154, 155, 156, 157, 161, 183, 184

Hiroshi Kitamura

In life, Hiroshi's granddaughter Kumiko was a rebellious teenager who disobeyed her parents and the grandfather that lived with them. She was addicted to drugs and sold her body to pay for them. Her grandfather learned of this and followed her. One night he attempted to defend her honor by attacking her dealers with a sword, but they were both killed.

After his death, Hiroshi walked in darkness for many years following his granddaughter. He could not remember his life, only that he had sworn to protect his family. Ahead of him, his granddaughter Kumiko remained the same distance away from him no matter how fast he traveled, and could not hear or see him. One day a light appeared in the darkness, and they were released.

The two lost souls had been trapped within Spawn since his creation, but were released by the boy Christopher Welland. Their deaths happened to occur during the same hour as Al Simmons' murder, and from that moment on, their souls became linked. Spawn had them released to help him fight back the flow of Armageddon, specifically, to quell a zombie uprising in Tennessee.

Kumiko charged ahead, believing she was in some sort of game, and her dutiful grandfather followed. Amidst the battle, a sudden realization came to the Kitamuras - this was not a game, and much like the zombies, they were dead. Hiroshi and Kumiko made amends with each other and came to terms with what they had become.

They remained good allies with Spawn until he was slain by Judas. After Spawn's death, the 6000 souls within him were released to an unknown future (which Mother assured Spawn would be only their beginning).

Hiroshi and Kumiko were recalled one last time to Spawn's aid when he fought with his daughter Morana. The Kitamuras were killed in battle, but they were successful in that they distracted Morana long enough for her to be defeated.

Hoof
References:
C15, C16

Hoof
A chaos creature who hangs out at the Badlands Saloon. He was friends with Thresher and Abdiel, but had a falling out with Abdiel after he was expelled from Heaven.
Horace Mansard
References:
83

Horace Mansard
A Manhattan bank manager who killed 6 people and himself in the elevator of his bank. He was possessed at the time by the spirit of Billy Kincaid and was compelled to act upon his darkest impulses.
Hossein Mohammedizadeh
References:
252

Hossein Mohammedizadeh

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 Hossein Mohammedizadeh. Mohammedizadeh was a fruit-stand vendor in Afghanistan during the Russian occupation who was unrightfully blamed for setting off a bomb that killed 25 people. Simmons killed him despite being aware that the bomb was likely set off by his own interpreter.

Houdini
References:
19, 20

Houdini

Harry Houdini was a normal human and magician with an interest in the occult. He discovered the Overlap when his concentration training led him to find extra-dimensional travel.

To many residents of the Overlap he is a nuisance, and they once arranged for him to be killed in an atomic blast along with Spawn. Houdini was sent to lure Spawn to the site of the blast - unaware that it was a trap for him as well. Along the way, he taught Spawn a thing or two about magic and the nature of their powers. Houdini eventually escaped the trap set for him by redirecting the nuclear blast intended for him to the Overlap.

House of Penitence
References:
A1

House of Penitence

An angelic prison within Elysium. The high security prison held such high profile prisoners as Melchidael and Angela.

House on Marston Street
References:
130, 131

House on Marston Street, The

In the middle of a barren field stood the House on Marston Street. All the houses and buildings around it were bulldozed decades ago, but for some reason the House stayed.

It was occupied by seven ghosts, plus whatever young Max Williams had become. In between life and death, Max was living in the house when his father came looking for him. Spawn and Twitch tracked Max down and tried to take him home, but the ghosts of the house had grown fond of young Max.

The ghost of a girl named Sally shot Twitch in an effort to make him stay, and the demon living in the cellar attacked Spawn for trying to take his "food". In the end, the entire house was sucked away from Earth (apparently to Hell) with the demon and the other 6 ghosts inside. Max, Twitch and Spawn remained.

Hunting Permit
References:
9, A1

Hunting Permit
An angelic permit that entitles certain huntress angels to hunt Hellspawn for sport.
   
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