|“||But that's not what this is. This isn't personal. I'm not a killer,Dean. I'm a hunter. And your brother's fair game.||„|
|~ Gordon Walker|
Gordon Walker is an anti-hero-turned-villain in seasons two and three of Supernatural.
He was portrayed by Sterling K. Brown, who also played N'Jobu in Black Panther.
An exceptionally brutal hunter, Gordon, unlike the Winchesters, who see themselves as hunters who work to protect humans and only do what they have to do to the creatures they hunt, Gordon is proud to consider himself a killer, freely resorting to torture even when he has captured his victims. He also considers the world to be a black-and-white place, with demons and monsters as the villains and humans as the "good guys," considering that anything he does to even non-human-drinking vampires is justified simply because they aren't human, when the Winchesters are more willing to work with and tolerate the supernatural creatures they encounter that are not actively harming humans.
Ironically, Gordon's obsessions with not only Sam Winchester but with vampires lead to him becoming captured. Gordon is turned, in what his vampire captor sees as a fitting punishment. Gordon tries to use the newfound powers to finally kill Sam, but instead Sam is the one that prevails. As Gordon is no longer human Sam ends the rivalry by decapitating Gordon using a piece of razor wire.
Gordon was known to have been an exceptionally skilled hunter, possessing great combat skills and abilities in handling the supernatural, to the point that even veteran hunters of Ellen's level acknowledged his abilities. Known for having killed many supernatural creatures, particularly specializing in hunting down Vampires, Gordon's skills in both hand-to-hand and bladed combat were even a match for the likes of Dean and Sam Winchester, as he challenged Dean in their first fight and even overpowered him in their last duel and nearly defeated Sam. Gordon's profiency in Exorcisms and Devil Traps made him consider it a daily routine and he was good enough in torture to break a demon he had captured. After becoming a Vampire, his combat skills have dramatically increased, capable of easily overpowering Sam and Dean and also slaughtering an entire army of vampires without a scratch on him.