A report on Violator (comics)

Violator (right) and his human form of Clown (left) as depicted on the cover of Spawn #14 (Sept. 1993)

Supervillain who appears in the Spawn comic books published by Image Comics.

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Violator (right) and his human form of Clown (left) as depicted on the cover of Spawn #14 (Sept. 1993)

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Spawn on the cover of Spawn #1. Cover art by Todd McFarlane

Spawn (character)

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Fictional superhero/antihero appearing in a monthly comic book of the same name published by American company Image Comics, as well as in a number of films, television series, and video game adaptations set in the Image Universe.

Fictional superhero/antihero appearing in a monthly comic book of the same name published by American company Image Comics, as well as in a number of films, television series, and video game adaptations set in the Image Universe.

Spawn on the cover of Spawn #1. Cover art by Todd McFarlane
The Spawn prototype, designed by a teenaged McFarlane in 1977
Cover of Spawn/Batman Polish edition. Art by Kiko Taganashi and Todd McFarlane.

Malebolgia agreed and returned Simmons to the living realm but without most of his memories, a severely burned body and a demonic guardian named the Violator.

Theatrical release poster

Spawn (1997 film)

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1997 American superhero film based on the Image Comics character of the same name.

1997 American superhero film based on the Image Comics character of the same name.

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Spawn encounters a clown-like demon named Violator, sent by Malebolgia, who acts as his guide down the path to evil.

Jason Wynn

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Supervillain in the Todd McFarlane Image Universe comic book series Spawn.

Supervillain in the Todd McFarlane Image Universe comic book series Spawn.

After this, Wynn would continue to work off and on with The Clown, Malebolgia's henchman, to try to bring about Spawn's second death.

Hellspawn (Spawn)

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Hellspawn are fictional supernatural warriors from Todd McFarlane's comic book series, Spawn.

Hellspawn are fictional supernatural warriors from Todd McFarlane's comic book series, Spawn.

Al Simmons As a human, he worked as a government assassin, until he had a change of heart. He was murdered by his partner, Chapel, and went straight to Hell. He made a deal with Malebolgia, who, unknown to Simmons, sent him five years into the future. Simmons discovers that his face still bears the wounds of his assassination and that his wife has married his best friend, who was able to give her something Simmons couldn't - a child. After refusing to use his powers to commit acts of terror on the world, Malebolgia sends another Demon, Violator, to force Simmons, now called Spawn, to use up his power that will ultimately return him to Hell.

Todd McFarlane's Spawn

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American adult animated superhero television series that aired on HBO from 1997 through 1999 and reran on Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block in Japan.

American adult animated superhero television series that aired on HBO from 1997 through 1999 and reran on Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block in Japan.

Rejecting these actions as unworthy of Spawn's time and power, Malebolgia then dispatches another of his minions (a demonic creature known as the Violator that assumes the form of a short, obese clown) to try to persuade Spawn to commit acts of violence and savagery in the name of Hell.

Nyx (Image Comics)

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Comic book character created by Brian Holguin who appears in the Spawn series as an ally of Al Simmons , and in Bomb Queen as an adversary of the Desarak and ally of Editor Girl.

Comic book character created by Brian Holguin who appears in the Spawn series as an ally of Al Simmons , and in Bomb Queen as an adversary of the Desarak and ally of Editor Girl.

While Spawn faces Violator and loses, Nyx is tempted by Mammon, who finds her while looking for Spawn.

Mammon (comics)

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Supervillain from the comic book Spawn.

Supervillain from the comic book Spawn.

He sends Violator to Earth to take over Jason Wynn's body in order to break Spawn physically and mentally.

Leguizamo in 2014

John Leguizamo

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American actor, comedian, producer and writer.

American actor, comedian, producer and writer.

Leguizamo in 2014
Leguizamo at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival
Leguizamo signing playbills in 2008

Leguizamo also starred in Romeo + Juliet as Tybalt Capulet, as Violator in Spawn, Cholo in Land of the Dead, and Pestario 'Pest' Vargas in The Pest, the latter being one of his few roles as a lead actor in a studio film.

Phlebiac Brothers

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The Phlebiac Brothers are antagonists in Todd McFarlane's Spawn series of comic books.

The Phlebiac Brothers are antagonists in Todd McFarlane's Spawn series of comic books.

Violator (also known as The Clown), the eldest of the brothers and the most prominently featured in the comics. He has blue-gray skin, a slender frame, and large red compound eyes, with two horns protruding from the sides of his face, along with a single large horn on his back. He is initially sent to Earth by Malebolgia to train the newly reborn Al Simmons, but quickly comes to resent this role, as he considers himself to be superior to all Hellspawn and later to have designed the suits and powers for every hellspawn after the first. He acts as Spawn's archnemesis throughout the series.

Badrock

Badrock

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Fictional superhero who appears in books published by Image Comics.

Fictional superhero who appears in books published by Image Comics.

Badrock

Badrock's adventures involved threats to national security, such as Youngblood rescuing (what seemed to be) Vice President Dan Quayle from the WildC.A.T.s. Badrock, in one of his many solo adventures, visits Hell, confronting Spawn's old enemy, the Violator.