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Javier Gilbert
References:
205

Javier Gilbert
One of the “keepers of the flame” - people who held a piece of Malabolgia's power while he was hibernating. Javier was living comfortably with his wife in Victoria de Durango, Mexico when Malebolgia (in the guise of Freak) came to collect. Javier was presumably killed by Malebolgia to retrieve the essence.
References:
176

Javier Martinez

A young artist who entered and won the TokyoBlast art competition. Martinez was one of five winners, all of whom fell victim to another entrant named Kenneth Erskine.

Erskine was a severely disabled young man who was given powers by Pestilence to lash out at the world. Erskine used his powers to murder the five winners of the competition, including Javier.


Jean de St. Claire Jean de St. Claire
(see Sansker)
Jean Perry
References:
BF1

Jean Perry
A reporter for the New York Times who tried unsuccessfully to question John Sansker about the Detroit vampire case.

Jean Sans-Coeur
(see Sansker)
References:
201

Jeanna Whitehurst
Mother of a son with an extremely rare disease similar to Lou Gherig's disease. Jeanna travelled from her home in Bentonville, Arkansas to appear with her son Alex on the Karlene Phillips television show. She had hoped that Karlene's other guest, Jim Downing, would be able to help her son. To everyone's astonishment, Jim was seemingly able to cure Jeanna's son with a simple gesture and Alex spoke for the first time.
References:
147

Jed

Jed lives with his wife, mother and son Jon 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 were werewolves, and it was Grandmother Wolf's eye that was lost.

Jeff
References:
250

Jeff
A police officer in the same precinct as Sam and Twitch. During the insect invasion, Jeff was one of many cops wondering what they could possibly do to help.
References:
5

Jeff Pittman
Billy Kincaid's attorney. Pittman successfully got Kincaid released after only six and a half years by using precedent from a case in the 1930's.
Jeffrey McGreggor
References:
C26

Jeffrey McGregor
A victim of the Crocodile killer, along with his brother Ben and their mother Hallie.
Jemiah
References:
249

Jemiah
An IT technician working for The John Doe Outreach Foundation. As the plague of insects unleashed by Leetha began sweeping through the city, Jemiah and his coworker Ben were inundated with technical problems.

Jehovah Jehovah
(see God)
Jennie
References:
213, 219

Jennie
Jennie's father John made a deal with Malebolgia and accepted custodianship of part of Malebolgia's essence. Later, he committed suicide, presumably in the hope that it would spare his family further pain and suffering upon Malebolgia's return. Alas, John unknowingly passed the essence onto his infant daughter and she was murdered by Malebolgia.
References:
S&T10

Jennifer
A member of the same coven as Nadja, Jennifer is also Nadja and Jacqueline's roommate.
Jennie
References:
244

Jenny
A nurse working at the Greenwood Psychiatric Hospital who called for security when Dr. Kerr was pulled into room 214 by Jim Downing. Little did she know that Dr. Kerr was actually a disguise and alias of the Violator.
Jenny Akimoto
References:
U7

Jenny Akimoto
A woman with a fear of flying caused by the Dark Angel of Fear, Belial.
Jensen
References:
35

Jensen
A violent cop who accompanied Chief Banks into the alleys to find Spawn.
Jepsen
References:
243

Jepsen
A contributor to the John Doe Foundation and a business associate of Mr. Ramus. Jim Downing thanked him personally for his contributions at a business meeting.
Jeremiah
References:
C9

Jeremiah
A young boy and friend of Kayla, murdered by Ku Klux Klan members in the post-war South.
Jeremiah “Sharpie” Euden
References:
C5, C7, C8

Jeremiah “Sharpie” Euden

Alias: Sharpie, The Rose Killer

A former heavyweight boxer with brain damage from repeated blows to the head. Jeremiah was abused as a child by his father and he took out his anger on the opponents he faced in the ring. He killed his final challenger by beating him to a pulp in the ring, which earned him 4 years in Riker's.

After prison, Sharpie became the serial killer known as the Rose Killer (since he replaced his victims heads with roses). One of his victims, Gretchen Culver, returned after death as Suture and repaid his deeds.


Jeremy Winston Jeremy Winston
(see Ol' Job)
Jerry
References:
BF1

Jerry (1)
A criminal victim of John Sansker during his wave of killings in New York City.
Jerry
References:
248

Jerry (2)

A friend and former co-worker of Marc Rosen at the New York Clarion.

Jerry helped Marc get access to the newspaper's resources when he was looking for information on Matthew Ramus. Jerry was happy to help Marc because he felt indebted to him for “saving his ass' multiple times when they worked together.

Jesse
References:
153, 154

Jesse

Jesse was having an affair with a married woman named Emma-Lou. Their affair led to the death of Emma-Lou's husband Billy Bob, and Emma-Lou secretly regretted it afterwards.

In the early stages of the Apocalypse, a plague of Zombies engulfed Tennessee and Billy Bob was among those to rise from his grave. Jesse was eventually eaten alive by the zombified Emma-Lou and Billy Bob.


Jesse Smith Jesse Smith
(see Al Simmons)
Jessica
References:
8

Jessica
A human disguise worn by Vindicator while accompanying Billy Kincaid through Hell. While in this form, the newly-dead Kincaid tried to kill the innocent looking Jessica.

Jessica Anderson-Chin Jessica Anderson-Chin
(see Jessica Priest)

Jessica Priest Jessica Priest
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Jesus Christ
References:
215, 232, 233

Jesus Christ

As Jim Downing's miracles began to occur more frequently and gain more media attention, a popular belief was that he may be the second coming of Jesus Christ.

Unknown to the populace, Jesus was one of the many disguises of Mother.

According to K7Leetha, Jesus made it impossible for God to harness both light and dark at once - a betrayal against God.


Jim Downing Jim Downing
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The Jim Downing Foundation
References:
213, 214, 215

The Jim Downing Foundation

Jim Downing announced in a press conference that he would be setting up a foundation through which he would reach out to those in need of medical help but whose conditions were untreatable by modern medicine.

Jim hoped to take some amount of control and enjoyment out of his life by creating the foundation and hoped that he might be able to help the world in the process.

Jim L. Horn
References:
215, 228

Jim L. Horn
One of 10 different murderers who died while in prison and who share a fingerprint with Jim Downing. Date of birth: 10/4/1981
Jim Unger
References:
S&T23, S&T24, S&T26

Jim Unger
One of two FBI agents sent to investigate the John Doe killer and attempt to link him to previous murders. Unger was murdered by his partner, Agent Hunt, when Sam Burke revealed that Hunt had been an accomplice of the killer the entire time.
   
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