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Mandarin Spawn Mandarin Spawn
(see Chenglei)
Manny Brewer
References:
202

Many Brewer
An agent for the New York Times who contacted Marc Rosen after Jim's appearance on the Karlene Phillips show. Brewer was one of hundreds of interested parties as curiosity surrounding Downing began to rise.

Marc Rosen
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Marc Simmons
References:
171, 172, 173, 176, 177, 178, 180, 253, C27

Marc Simmons

One of three boys born to the union Esther and Bernard Simmons, as orchestrated by Mammon. Marc, the oldest of the three, was most uncomfortable with his mother's relationship with the man he knew as "Malefick" (Mammon). When Mammon returned to the Simmons house while the boys were in college, Marc told his mother that he was going to finally tell their father about Malefick. Al, however, forcefully instructed Marc that he would "mind his own business."

As an adult, Marc married, had a child, and became the FBI's top criminal profiler. Ironically, his wife and child were murdered by an unknown killer that Marc could not track down, but who fueled his passion for his career.

When Marc was tasked with investigating the Kenneth Erskine murders, fate led him to be reintroduced to his younger brother Al, who had died and become a hellspawn. Together, they uncovered the truth about Mammon's meddling with their family.

Marcellus
References:
DA19

Marcellus

A young man that was seemingly being held captive by the evil Brakert when Covenant came to free Turnbold of Brakert's rule.

After Brakert's death, however, it was revealed that Marcellus was in love with him and so he had Covenant imprisoned. Marcellus promised Covenant that he would be tortured as long as he could survive for what he had done, and then would be fed to the city as part of their cannibalism program.

Covenant escaped, however, and forced Marcellus to eat one of his henchmen before burning him to death.

Marcia Esterbridge
References:
C26

Marcia Esterbridge
A wealthy restaurant heiress from Long Island who went missing for 3 weeks. Eventually her dismembered body was recovered in the woods north of NYC, she had become a victim of the Crocodile Killer.
Marcie
References:
213

Marcie
Marcie's husband John made a deal with Malebolgia and accepted custodianship of part of Malebolgia's essence. Later, John 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 daughter - who Marcie had to watch be murdered by Malebolgia.
Marcus
References:
CF17

Marcus
An expert working for the police who determined that the vampires of the Black Salamander Clan were not vampires at all.
Marcus Hargreaves
References:
93

Marcus Hargreaves

One of the 13 members of The Group. During their hunt of Reginald Blakney, Marcus caught the fellow and stabbed him. Reginald did not die, however, and continued to flee.

In the end, Reginald fell to his death running in fear from Spawn, and the remaining 6 members of The Group (including Marcus) died consuming his body (which was poisoned by Spawn).

Marcus the Wheelwright
References:
DA10

Marcus the Wheelwright
A tradesman in the Shire of Rackham that was killed, along with all the other able bodied men of his village, in an evil massacre.
Marder
References:
U9

Marder
A prison guard that shaved Rumeal Lincoln to prepare him for the electric chair.

Margaret Williams Margaret Williams
(see Helen Williams)
Margaret Eschens
References:
C26

Margaret Eschens
A wealthy social elitist who became a victim of the Crocodile Killer.
Marie
References:
DA6, DA7, DA8

Marie

A young unwed mother-to-be who, along with her boyfriend Reynard, was accosted in the forest. Covenant happened by and rescued them, after which he escorted them to the nearby Abbey of Sainte Barbe so Marie could give birth.

Soon after Marie and Reynard had their little girl, the Abbey was set ablaze by Guy DuBlanc. Marie did not escape the fire, but her baby and Reynard did thanks to the angel Immaculata, for whom the baby girl was named.

Marjorie
References:
125, 128, 133

Marjorie

When Jason Wynn returned to the CIA after being imprisoned for a time, he immediately requested that his secretary (Marjorie) bring him everything in the Al Simmons file.

Marjorie continued to help Wynn during his brief return to the CIA, but was confused when she received a final bewildering call from Wynn (who had been possessed by the Violator).

Mark
References:
14, 15

Mark
One of 3 children who were bribed into listening to the Violator tell his tale of fighting the Medieval Spawn 800 years ago.
Mark “of the Beast”
References:
91, 92, 100, 119, 120

Mark “of the Beast”

A man obsessed with Hell and the occult that liked to be called "Mark of the Beast". Mark was in charge of a squatter's house for a time, where he ruled over his tenants and had them sell drugs for him to earn money. Through extensive research, Mark discovered what he thought would be a sure way to gain power in Hell - he planned to trade places with Al Simmons as the current hellspawn.

To accomplish this, he began an arcane ritual in which Spawn was drawn to the house and imprisoned. There Mark explained his plans to Spawn, who humored him by giving Mark a tour of his own personal Hell. At the end of the tour, Mark was sent to the top of a tower that would test his resolve with every step.

All long the way, Spawn gave Mark the chance to back out, but Mark pushed on. At the top, Mark returned to reality as he was thrown from the rooftop of his squatters house and was impaled on a fountain sculpture.

Much later, when Spawn returned to Hell to battle Malebolgia, he once again encountered Mark. Mark cursed Spawn for tricking him, but did not give up on his quest for power. After the death of Malebolgia, Hell was engulfed in civil war in which Mark led a revolt of damned souls against the demons.

References:
12

Mark Curtis
Writer of the book "Courageous Ambitions: The Al Simmons Story", a biography of Al's life.
Mark Filson
References:
S&T23

Mark Filson
One of the targets of the John Doe killer prior to Sam Burke.
Mark Lucas
References:
81, 82

Mark Lucas

Mark Lucas was a good kid. He was well liked by all who knew him, he volunteered at church and did well in school. One day, for reasons unknown to even him, Mark felt compelled to take his father's gun (which he coveted) to church and start shooting.

He killed 3 people, including his priest, and injured 4 others. After the shootings Lucas briefly went into hiding, he received help from at least one of his friends. He didn't know why he had done what he did and wished that he could take it back. Unsure how to cope, Mark returned to the same church and shot himself after begging for forgiveness.

Little did Mark know that he had been temporarily possessed by the spirit of Billy Kincaid. Billy tempted Mark's dark desires and led him down the path of his destruction. Unfortunately, Mark's soul was then damned to Hell for its sins despite Billy's interference through a process called Diabolus Interium.

Marshal of Bane
References:
174, 175

Marshal of Bane*

After the small frontier town of Bane discovered silver, the marshal had difficulty maintaining law and order. Businessmen like Ed Kemper had the true power, which they earned and maintained by intimidation and violence.

After the marshal arrested Jeremy "Ol' Job" Winston for the murders of his family and two of Kemper's men, he met an outlaw by the name of Francis Charles Parker. Winston was killed by Kemper's men while he awaited trial and returned as a hellspawn to reap revenge upon the town.

In the carnage, the Marshal saw that Parker was not the evil man he had been made out to be. In one of the marshal's final acts before he was killed by Ol' Job, he telegraphed to Colorado Springs a false account of Parker's death - allowing Parker to go free.

Marston Street Demon*
References:
131

Marston Street Demon*

A demon living within the cellar of the House on Marston Street. The house grew to be a collection of lost souls that were held captive by the demon. He kept them in the house and claimed they were his "food", but they seemed to live somewhat happily as ghosts.

When Spawn and Twitch came to the house to rescue Twitch's son Max, the ghosts told them Max would not be allowed to leave. The demon emerged from the cellar and attacked Spawn, screaming insults and threats at the hellspawn. Spawn fought back and somehow opened a vortex that sucked the house and its inhabitants away, possibly to Hell. Only Spawn, Twitch and Max remained.

References:
1

Martin Alexander
Wanda's closest friend in high school, he accompanied her to Al's funeral.
   
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