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Wampyr
References:
A3

Wampyr
A kind of vampire hell-bat that has a poisonous bite. Spawn was bitten in the shoulder by one during his escape from Hell with Angela.

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"Wanda"
References:
128, 129

"Wanda"
A prostitute hired by Jason Wynn shortly after he was released from prison. Wynn was being manipulated by the Violator and began to act on his insane obsession with Al Simmons by hiring prostitutes that resembled Wanda Blake and then killing them.

This "Wanda" was picked up by Wynn, who then proceeded to murder her and scrawl "Where's Wanda?" on a wall with her blood. He continued this ritual with a couple more prostitutes before moving on to 'civilians'.
War
References:
161, 163

War
One of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. War was the final horseman to arrive on Earth. The sound of his voice transformed those within earshot into pack-hunting beasts, consumed with an urge to kill. Twitch Williams tried in vain to defend his family from the creatures, but was eventually overrun and killed by them.
War Chest Clerk
References:
103

War Chest Clerk*
Owner of a military collectibles store called the War Chest. In addition to the merchandise on the show floor, the clerk also stocked a collection of forbidden Nazi items in his backroom for special clientele.
Warner Zevon
References:
CY1, CY2, CY3, CY4, CY5, CY6

Warner Zevon
The apprentice of Mort, the man in charge of Project Sim for the USSG. Project Sim was responsible for the creation of Cy-Gor.
Warning Angel*
References:
U3

Warning Angel*
A representative from Heaven that threatened Spawn to stop meddling with the balance of power between Heaven and Hell.
Warson
References:
CF2

Warson
A criminal who was busted by Twitch. When Twitch was incarcerated for the murder of Josef Udaku, Warson tried to stab Twitch.
Waura
References:
C14

Waura
An ancient group of warriors who lived within the jungles of Brazil. They anointed Jessica Priest as a witch goddess after witnessing her fight "as one" with the jungle.
Wayne
References:
C29

Wayne
One of four men who robbed an armored car. Wayne was killed after the men crashed into a gas station while trying to escape.

After death, Wayne arrived at the gates of Purgatory with two of his accomplices. There they learned that they would receive a second chance at redemption.

Wayne progressed through the tests farther than his compatriots, but like the others, was eventually cast into Hell.
Wayne Tannanger
References:
C5, C6, C7, C8

Wayne Tannanger
The son of a wealthy publisher, Wayne was engaged to Gretchen Culver. After she disappeared, Wayne hired private investigators Sam and Twitch to track her down. During the case, Wayne was shot and killed by crooked cops, the same people responsible for Gretchen's death.
Weasel
References:
171, 172, 173

Weasel
Al Simmons' younger brother Richard was once sent by Mammon to visit a drug dealer named "Weasel". Richard was instructed to bring a long a knife for his own protection, which soon proved necessary.

Weasel drugged and molested Richie but was stabbed when Richard woke up. Soon after, Richie's older brothers Al and Marc arrived to help.

Al murdered the Weasel to protect his little brother from being arrested. The Simmons boys went their separate ways and Mammon covered up the death of the Weasel.
Whistler
References:
77, 78

Whistler
Ronny "Whistler" Entwhistle was an alcoholic homeless man who lived in the alleys within Rat City. After the loss of Bootsy, Spawn's friend Bobby attempted to make friends with Whistler, but he was rejected.

Later that night, Bobby found Whistler dead in an alley with his throat cut. Investigating his death, Sam Burke discovered that the clerk at a nearby liquor store remembered Entwhistle distinctly for always asking for his receipt. Additionally, Entwhistle had apparently pulled a "bag job" in Vegas 3 years ago and made a lot of enemies.

Eventually Sam discovered though that Entwhistle was the first victim of the Exterminator - a serial killer that prayed on the homeless.
Whistleton Preparatory Academy for Boys
References:
CF7, CF8, CF9

Whistleton Preparatory Academy for Boys
A school attended by young Sam Burke, Sean Halloran and Peter Draven.
The White
References:
208, 233, 234, 235

White, The

A mysterious location that seems to be a white expanse of light. The White became the home of Max Williams after his death, and was also the home of many other lost souls who believed they had been forgotten by God. Max sometimes referred to The White as limbo, because he and the other souls there were awaiting God's judgement.

After fighting with his costume in The Black, Jim Downing found himself in The White. According to Max, Jim had been there before with Al Simmons, but of course Jim couldn't remember.

Max claimed that The White was also the home of Lilith, the first vampire. He and the other souls there feared Spawn's costume falling into the hands of Bludd, out of fear that Bludd would use it to find Lilith, destroy her and become all-powerful.

Although Max sometimes refers to The White as limbo, it does not appear to be the same location as Limbo.

White Light
References:
163, 166, 167, 170, 182

White Light
Faced with the armies of both God and Satan, Al Simmons unleashed a massive force of White Light with his god-like powers that obliterated all life on Earth. All Survivors of the Four Horsemen and all their resurrected victims, every plant, every insect and every animal. Earth was left a barren wasteland with no one but God, Satan, Simmons, and Mother.

God and Satan were left on Earth to continue their eternal feud, while Simmons and Mother left to recreate mankind. Simmons used his new powers to create an alternate Earth, free from the meddling of Heaven or Hell. This new Earth, and the process of its creation, came to be called the White Light.
Whittome City
References:
DA23

Whittome City
The home of King Greager and his kin. The King's daughter, Raven, ran away from her life in Whittome in order to find adventure and earn the respect she desired from her family.
References:
25

Wilbur
A homeless man living amongst Spawn who had never forgiven the Dodgers for leaving Brooklyn.
William
References:
DA9

William (1)
An actor in a small performance of "Maeve the Innocent" when Covenant was in the audience.
William
References:
DA20, DA21, DA22

William (2)
A prisoner in the dungeon of Turnbold under the rule of Brakert. William had leprosy, so he was isolated in the dungeon so as not to infect others. Together with his dungeon-mate Brodi, he befriended Covenant and held Marcellus with them in the dungeon as the city burned to the ground.
References:
96, 97

William Blake
An English poet who wrote of Urizen. How he knew of the nearly forgotten dark god is unknown, and according to Cog, Blake got a lot wrong. Cog continued, Its "hard to tell what's poetry and what's prophesy."
Willie
References:
87

Willie
One of three homeless men who answered some questions from Ethan Crone regarding his Spawn investigation. Willie and his comrades claimed to know Spawn and told stories of his battles.
Wilma Barbera
References:
167, 168

Wilma Barbera
Wilma Barbera lived in the New Vista apartments with her husband Fred. Wilma hated Fred, and had been cheating on him for quite some time.

One day when Fred came home early, her boyfriend Barney Saunders was forced to hide in the garbage chute. Soon after, Armageddon happened and Wilma lost track of poor Barney.

After the White Light, however, she heard a voice coming from the chute telling her to kill Fred - so she did so by filling his peanut-butter sandwich with broken glass. As it turned out, the voice from the chute was the Violator's, who had possessed the body of Barney.

Later, when Sam, Twitch and Spawn confronted the Violator, they brought Wilma with them. She was able to 'bring Barney to the surface' long enough for Spawn to force Violator through a portal to Hell and then seal it closed. Unfortunately for Wilma, Barney pulled her with them into Hell, angry that she had abandoned him.
   
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