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Slayton
References:
93

Slayton
Slayton fancied himself a warlock. During one of his rituals, he stumbled across what he believed to be a hole in the balance of power between Heaven and Hell.

He came to believe that this hole would be filled by something given enough time, as nature abhors a vacuum and such. To speed things along, he created The Group: a coven of 13 people who agreed to consume one another until there was only one person remaining.

This final person would then be the vessel through which a beast would come to fill the void, a beast he called Urizen. Unfortunately for Slayton, he was the first of the Group to be chosen to be eaten.
Smith
References:
35

Smith
A cop who accompanied Chief Banks into the alleys to find Spawn.
Smithers
References:
21

Smithers
An assistant to Antonio Twistelli. Smithers brought information to Twistelli that seemed to link the weapons that destroyed Overtkill to a group of missing government weapons (that Spawn stole) that they believed Terry Fitzgerald was involved with.
Smokey
References:
19

Smokey
A street thug who attacked Spawn and Houdini. Houdini used his magic to make Smokey and his pals hallucinate and experience bizarre "deaths".
Smuggler
References:
C15, C16

Smuggler
An enterprising but not too bright chaos creature who occasionally acted as a guide in Hell. He was a guide for the fallen angel Abdiel upon his arrival in Hell.
Smut
References:
A3

Smut
A little Hell-creature and caretaker of a near-forgotten hell castle that was the home of the greatest lord of Hell prior to Malebolgia. When Angela and Spawn appeared in his castle, Smut showed them the way out of Hell through a nearby hell-gate.
Snake
References:
58

Snake
A street thug and drug dealer who ran into Eddie and Andy Frank when they arrived in New York City. Snake lured Eddie into his lifestyle and put him to work.

When he discovered that the boys knew where Spawn lived, he tricked them into leading him and his friends there. When he found Spawn, he tried to kill him for dampening his business, but after nearly killing little Andy by mistake, Snake was impaled on Spawn's throne by Eddie. His corpse became a part of Spawn's gruesome throne.
Snake-Eaters
References:
C12

Snake-Eaters
A nickname for the killer elite agents of the CIA A6. A group that includes Zacks, Obersmith and Jessica Priest.
Solomon Pure
References:
239, 241, 242

Solomon Pure

A leader of vampires (and likely the brother of the slain fellow vampire leader Simon Pure). Solomon was confronted by the remaining two Old Guard brothers and offered a chance to set aside his disagreements with Bludd and work together.

Solomon assumed that Bludd's offer of a truce meant that either Bludd was weak and knew that he could not defeat Pure, or that Bludd had found something so valuable that it could not be obtained without Pure's help. Either way, Solomon thought it would be "fun" and agreed.

After meeting with Bludd and visiting the newly discovered Dead Zone, Pure witnessed the Redeemer slaughtering some of Bludd's vampire clan and did nothing to stop the carnage.


Solomon Weaver Solomon Weaver
(see The Cargo Killer)
Sonny
References:
BF1

Sonny
A victim of the "vampire killings" (perpetrated by John Sansker) that swept New York City for a time.
Sonny “Gumbo” Vitolli
References:
C17

Sonny “Gumbo” Vitolli
A mobster in attendance at the wedding of Paulie and Lenna Cozello. May have been killed when the wedding was attacked by the Vatican Secret Police.
Sons of the Dragon*
References:
CF15, CF16

Sons of the Dragon*
A rival drug trafficking organization to the Black Salamander Clan, they were almost completely killed off in a standoff inside a church.
Sophie
References:
62

Sophie
The toddler of some neighborhood friends to the Fitzgeralds. Little Sophie and Cyan played together from time to time.
Soul Crusher
References:
270, 272

Soul Crusher

A mysterious scarred figure of some wealth and power. The Soul Crusher was seen in a large library, stocked with ancient books, which he seemed to be transcribing in multiple languages.

After he sent Shade to offer the business arrangement with Mr. Maitlin, he was disheartened to learn that Maitlin declined. He then decided that perhaps he'd need to pay Maitlin a visit personally, and selected one of several gas masks to wear.

Upon visiting Mr. Maitlin's home, the Soul Crusher gassed Maitlin's son to death.

Soul-Gourmet
References:
8

Soul-Gourmet
An arachnid-like creature from the 3rd sphere of Hell.
References:
8

Soul-Scalpers
Denizens of the 2nd circle of Hell. The Vindicator suspects them of disliking the residents of the 8th circle.
Soul-Trapper
References:
8

Soul-Trapper
A denizen of the 6th circle of Hell, they keep human souls as pets.
Southpaws Gym
References:
264, 268, 269

Southpaws Gym
A New York Gym that Al Simmons joined after returning to Earth as a human (following his war with Satan). Al began re-training himself to rely on his skills and military background since he no longer had the use of his powers or costume. He also began sizing up some other patrons of the Gym as possible allies.

Spawn Spawn
(see Al Simmons, Jim Downing, or Hellspawn)
Spaz
References:
14, 15

Spaz
One of 3 children who were bribed into listening to the Violator tell his tale of fighting the Medieval Spawn 800 years ago.

Special Agent Barbara Rodriguez Special Agent Barbara Rodriguez
(see Barbara Rodriguez)
Special Agent Litz
References:
C26

Special Agent Litz
Along with Special Agent Yaegher, Litz was in charge of the investigation into the Crocodile Killer and allowed agent Marc Simmons to help as a consultant.
   
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