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References:
S&T13

Sarah Wilds
One of 4 women accused of witchcraft and hung in Salem, 1692.
References:
CF3

Sarah Williams
One of the younger daughters of Twitch and Helen Williams.
Sasa
References:
CY1, CY2, CY3, CY4, CY5, CY6

Sasa
A Romanian gypsy whose family was killed and whose home was destroyed. He fled to America with his niece, Fatima, to find a better life.

Satan Satan
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Satan's Representative
References:
254, 255, 256,
260, 261

Satan's Representative*

Spawn met with an unnamed representative of Satan, and the two of them discussed the nature of time and the free will of mankind.

Spawn was then presented with an opportunity to save the lives of a boy and his father in the past, but he chose not to intervene for fear of changing the timeline.

Satan's representative was impressed and decided to offer him a deal that he wouldn't be able to refuse: his human life back with Wanda, if he relenquishes his symbiote to Satan. Spawn refused, however, and lashed out by wounding the Representative and causing her to lose her ability to transform her appearance any longer.

Relaying Spawn's refusal to Satan, the representative was nonetheless rewarded with a restoration of her powers, though she remained permanently scarred on her face. She then recruited Hell's Guard to help block the path of Simmons.

After Simmons successfully reached Satan and was reunited with Wanda, the Representative and a number of other demons joined in the fight. The representative targeted Wanda in particular.

Saul F. Sizansky
References:
215

Saul F. Sizansky
One of 10 different murderers who died while in prison and who share a fingerprint with Jim Downing. Date of birth: 3/17/1974
Savage Dragon
References:
52

Savage Dragon
A green skinned cop from Chicago with a fin on his head. Dragon was killed by a woman named The Fiend, after which he found himself in Hell's Fifth Circle.

There he was greeted as a messiah until Spawn arrived, when the residents did not know which of the two was the true savior. They forced Spawn and Dragon to do battle, all the while, Dragon convinced himself that he was not dead - but rather, hallucinating after being drugged by the Fiend.

After he lost the battle, Dragon was to be executed - until Spawn spared his life. Shortly after, they both disappeared.
Saved Paprazzi
References:
203, 204, 233, 234

Saved Paparazzi*

In the media frenzy surrounding Jim Downing, this man was one of many paparazzi rushing to photograph Sara and Jim as they were crossing a street. The man was struck by a bus, and a horrified Sara tried to help the dying man. She pleaded with Jim to save him, but Jim was reluctant to help a man who had been hounding them. Finally Downing relented and used his powers to save the man's life – an event that was chronicled on live TV and seen by thousands.

After some time had passed, the man was hunted down and abducted by The Curse. Convinced that Downing placed some evil inside him, The Curse vivesected the man.

Saving Grace
References:
77, 78, 79

Saving Grace
The community outreach center where Sarah Frost worked as a liaison.
References:
63

Scott Geddes
Works in the accounting division of the NY police force. After Sam and Twitch were fired and opened their private detective agency, Geddes remained a friend and would feed them tips from time to time. It was Geddes that informed them that the police were on the lookout for Spawn in connection with the kidnapping of Cyan.
Seamus Halloran
References:
CF7, CF8, CF9, CF10, CF11, CF12

Seamus Halloran
Alias: Seamus O'Halloran

The rich, conniving father of Senator Sean Halloran. Seamus used his son like a puppet but all the while hid the fact that his son Sean was gay.

Seamus O’Halloran Seamus O’Halloran
(see Seamus Halloran)
Sean Halloran
References:
CF7, CF8, CF9, CF10, CF11, CF12

Sean Halloran
A weak willed senator who was secretly controlled by his scheming father.
Selma Williams
References:
179

Selma Williams
Young Selma Williams was a servant to a wealthy Englishman named Richard Coram. She and Richard's son Thomas fell in love, but because she was black and he was white, their love was always a secret.

She bore a son to Thomas, who he supported by sending letters and money once a month. Many years later, Thomas came to visit Selma, and their love was rekindled.

When their son Michael enlisted for war, however, she made Thomas promise to look after him. Thomas kept his word, even at the cost of his immortal soul.

On the battlefield in WWI, Thomas was forced to bargain his soul to Mammon in exchange for the life of his son Michael.
Senator Jennings
References:
5, 42, 43, 51, 54, 63, 74

Senator Paul Jennings
Alias: Paul Jennings

After his daughter was kidnapped, Senator Paul Jennings hired Al Simmons to hunt down and kill her kidnapper: Billy Kincaid. Jennings had many enemies, and one of them actually hired Kincaid to kill little Amanda. As it turned out, his daughter's murder was plotted by Jason Wynn and Police Chief Banks.

Senator Sean Halloran Senator Sean Halloran
(see Sean Halloran)
References:
88

Seraphic Assembly
The Heavenly organization that sent Ambassador Epiphani as its representative to meet with Cog and Mammon.

Seraphic Council
(see Angelic Council)
Seraphic Huntress
References:
DA7, DA8

Seraphic Huntress
Seraphic Huntresses are warrior-angels, or "the spear bearers of Heaven", that are born to hunt hellspawn and fight on behalf of Heaven.
Seraphic Officer*
References:
75

Seraphic Officer*
An angelic warrior who appeared in Rat City to take Bootsy into custody. He had interfered in the lives of mortals and was to appear before the Seraphic Tribunal.
Seraphic Tribunal
References:
72, 75

Seraphic Tribunal
A judicial process for Angels. When Bootsy (Belazikkal) interfered with Spawn and the lives of the mortals of Rat City, he broke his covenant with the Angelic Council and was taken before the Seraphic Tribunal.
Sergeant Doug Halliday
References:
C5, C7, C8

Sergeant Doug Halliday
Ringleader of a group of corrupt, rapist cops in the 29th precinct. Halliday and his group raped and murdered Gretchen Culver, then shot and killed her fiancée as well as a rookie cop named Kenny Osborne. When Suture came to get revenge, Halliday tried to escape. He made it so far as an abandoned carnival near the East River, but Suture caught up and slaughtered him.
Serpentine Addendum
References:
78, 81

Serpentine Addendum
Written in a secret code and brought back from the crusades by the Knights Templar. The Addendum is a tome of knowledge that was stored within the Archives of the Hellspawn.

Spawn consulted the Addendum when searching for information on a bizarre mark left on the necks of murder victims in and around Rat City. He found the mark within the book, which listed something about the "hands of evil" and the "vessel of wickedness."

It went on to say that the mark is created as the soul exits the body to be condemned to Hell for the crimes it has committed - a process called Diabolus Interium.
   
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