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Jack Blake
(see Jackson Everett Blake)
Jack Shepherd
References:
121, 122

Jack Shepherd

The public defender assigned to the case of a peculiar John Doe - Al Simmons. After Al returned from the grave (when Spawn was sent back to Earth by Cain) he was approached by the police for walking in the middle of a street aimlessly. Al lashed out at them and had to be detained.

In police custody, they took his fingerprints which vanished soon after, and took his mug shot which had no shadow. In an interview with Jack Shepherd, Al couldn't remember who he was, except that his name was Al and that he loved Wanda. Later, Al was transferred to another precinct and somehow was lost in the process. He walked free, leaving Shepherd to scold the police about his disappearance.

Jack the Ripper
References:
101, 235

Jack the Ripper

Mentioned once by Spawn to be amongst souls recruited by Heaven for the inevitable war with Hell.

Also mentioned by Max Williams to be amongst the vampires throughout history who were controlled by Bludd.


Jackie Jackie
(see Jacqueline)
Jackie “Li’l Pits” Sangiacomo
References:
S&T5, S&T6, S&T7

Jackie “Li’l Pits” Sangiacomo
The son of mob boss "Big Mike" Sangiacomo, "Li'l Pits briefly took over the business after the murder of his father, but he was also killed soon after by the Udaku.
References:
121

Jackson
A police officer in the same precinct as Sam and Twitch. When Al Simmons returned from the dead (after Spawn was sent back to Earth by Cain), he was wandering the streets in a daze. A couple of cops named Jackson and Briggs asked that he move out of the street, but he lashed out and attacked the officers. They restrained him, but he put up a fight and dislocated Briggs's shoulder.
Jackson Everett Blake
References:
76

Jackson Everett Blake

Alias: Jonathan Blake, Jack Blake, Gentleman Jack

The late husband of Mary "Granny" Blake, and Wanda Blake's Grandfather. Jackson "Jack" Blake met Mary when she worked in a diner during the war. Jack began courting Mary, who called him Gentleman Jack because he was so tremendously polite.

Jack was a pilot who felt he was fighting to make a better life for everyone. The night before his squadron left, he and Mary attended a dance together and became engaged. Separated by war, Jack wrote to Mary often, and she treasured his letters dearly. When he finally returned a hero, they were married.

Jack worked his way through law school, after which they moved to New York where Jack became a lawyer fighting the mob and government corruption. One night when Jack went out to bring up the car, he was killed by a car-bomb and Mary was blinded.

His government pension, however was a blessing for Mary and supported her the rest of her life.

Many years later, after listening to the story of Jack, Spawn took Mary to a place called the Dead Zone where he used his resources to allow her to meet with Jack one last time. Jack told her to go on living her life, and that he would always be watching and waiting for her.

References:
BF2

Jacob "Sonny" Groenfeld

After the military weapons that Spawn had stolen disappeared, he went to visit Groenfeld, an urban arms-dealer (semi-retired). Sure enough, Groenfeld had purchased the weapons about a month back.

Groenfeld was a friend of Al Simmons from his CIA days when he worked with him for a number of missions including Costa Rica and the Philippines. This time, however, for one reason or another, Groenfeld decided to betray Simmons and he turned Spawn in to the police. Minutes later, Sansker arrived to attack Spawn.

References:
S&T10

Jacqueline

Alias: Jackie

A Wiccan murdered by the Witch Killer. Sam and Twitch investigated her death with the help of her lover Nadja.

Jacques Lenoir
References:
169

Jacques Lenoir

A fraud posing as a Houngan (Voodoo priest) in New Orleans. When Nyx was seeking to restore her magick, she visited Jacques because he promised to be able to help.

Actually, he had been bribed by Mammon to trick Nyx into being possessed by Zera. Jacques drugged Nyx and then unveiled Zera's head, who then possessed Nyx. The situation drew Spawn to New Orleans, and upon his arrival, he killed Jacques for his efforts.

Jaka
References:
87

Jaka
A street musician interviewed about Spawn by Ethan Crone. Jaka didn't answer any questions, but rather, warned Ethan not to get involved.
Jake
References:
V1

Jake
A goon working for Antonio Twistelli who was killed mistakenly by the Admonisher.

Jake Fitzgerald
(see God)
References:
1

Jake Morelli
A businessman with mob ties who was singled out by an opinionated newscasters as needing to be killed by the gangland murderer (Violator)
References:
11

James
The cyborg enforcer for the Creep gang. James was killed in the final showdown between the Creeps and Nerds, which was orchestrated by Spawn.
James Reilly
References:
176, 177

James Reilly

A detective with the Seattle Police Department. During the string of murders perpetrated by Kenneth Erskine, Reilly visited the home of one potential target hoping to protect her.

He arrived too late, as she was already under attack. After her death, Reilly ran into Spawn (who had also come to save the victim) and recognized him as the "angel" who had saved mankind from Armageddon.


James the Less James the Less
(see The Disciple)
Jasmine Hatchett
References:
C22

Jasmine Hatchett
A sibling of Ryan Hatchett. On Dead Earth, Jasmine and her brother Pete feasted on their mother - to Ryan's horror.

Jason Wynn
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Jason Wynn’s Assistant*
References:
105, 106

Jason Wynn’s Assistant*

A pony-tailed, suit-wearing man who took orders from Wynn in his "Howard Hughes" phase. Wynn's assistant helped him with his plans to reveal Spawn to the world by framing him for mass murder.

In the process, the assistant murdered a photographer and stole footage of Spawn, but this proved to be his undoing. Spawn tracked him down and forced him to reveal Wynn's location. Spawn then killed the assistant with the same bullet that had killed the cameraman.

   
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