Violator

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Violator (also referred to at times as the Violator) is a fictional character that appears in the Spawn comic book published by Image Comics. The character first appeared in Spawn #1 (May 1992) and was created by writer-artist Todd McFarlane.

In 2009, Violator was ranked as IGN's 97th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.

Violator is the oldest of five hell-born demons known as the Phlebiac Brothers, and his main purpose is to guide Hellspawns towards fulfilling Satan's desire: to cultivate Evil souls on Earth for Hell's army. He has been Hell's guide for multiple Hellspawn, his latest charge being the current Spawn, Al Simmons. However, Violator views humanity as weak and so asserts that demons should lead the armies of Hell, not Spawn. Accordingly, much of his terrestrial activities, sanctioned by Hell or not, are aimed at proving his superiority to his master. The Violator's current disguise is that of The Clown, a 3'10" overweight, balding man with menacing face-paint. The Violator is not a demon to be taken lightly: he has shown many times that he is more than a match for a young Hellspawn. His hands are tied by his role, though, as he cannot kill a Spawn without an order from his superiors. His role is not to kill the Hellspawn, but to weaken them and cause them to waste their powers in wreaking havoc. His chief purpose is to groom and prepare the young Hellspawn for their service in Satan's army. He has been killed multiple times, each time to be returned to Hell and reanimated by his master.

After suffering a humiliating defeat in Hell during Spawn's return to claim the throne of the 8th sphere, the Clown reappeared on Earth on the order of Mammon to wreak havoc in Spawn's life as part of the larger plan to give Nyx an opportunity to betray Al. He was a "mental adviser" to Jason Wynn, his former contact and partner in the deal that cost Al Simmons his life. He helped Wynn regain his sanity and return to the NSA, but had other plans, rather than being charitable. He has assumed the dominant role in Wynn's psyche and when Wynn was vulnerable, hanging from a steel girder many stories up, he caused him to fall to his apparent death. Clown then took over Wynn's body and used it as his new vessel. He turned Wynn's body into a fanged, bloated parody of his former self. The Clown then began to attack and 'mark' citizens of Rat City, turning them all into blue face-painted Clowns. It was revealed that the Violator was possessing hundreds of civilians and forcing them to run amok, committing acts of violence and vandalism, all with a smile on their faces. After their attacks brought Spawn to the brink of death, leaving him bleeding and broken on the streets of Rat City in his Al Simmons persona, the Clowns vanished. The Violator has not been seen since, but has revealed that he has been turned loose on Earth with no strings attached, and it is only a matter of time before he returns to plague Spawn anew.

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Win Pumpkinhead 55 to 36
Loss Blackheart 38 to 59
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Loss Inuyasha 36 to 52
Loss Blackheart 35 to 73
Loss Venom 36 to 75
Loss Carnage 34 to 79
Loss Ghost Rider (D.Ketch) 20 to 59
Win Hero 41 to 26
Loss Godzilla 15 to 79
Loss Optimus Prime 18 to 72
Loss Ryoko Habuki 43 to 63
Loss Godzilla 56 to 79
Win Outlaw Star 32 to 30
Loss Daimon Hellstrom the Son of Satan 8 to 25
Loss Hellboy 8 to 33
Win Cyber 13 to 7
Loss Joe Fixit 7 to 10
Loss Skaar 6 to 12
Win Onimar Synn. the Sin-Eater 13 to 10
Loss Warbound of Sakaar 6 to 18
Loss The Charmed Ones 7 to 11
Loss Illidan Stormrage 8 to 17
Win Lilith (Mother Of Demons) 12 to 11
Win Predator 8 to 5