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|“||You fight like little girls. If I were an enemy you'd be dead meat.||„|
|~ Jason Wynn.|
|“||I've always been amazed how relaxed you are about destroying people.||„|
|~ Spawn to Wynn.|
Jason Broderick Wynn is a crime lord and business man who killed Al Simmons, who then becomes Spawn thus making him The Heavy. He is a major antagonist in the Spawn series. He was also the First host of the Redeemer and one of Spawn's arch-enemies.
Wynn made a deal with Malebolgia in which he traded the soul of Simmons in exchange for psychoplasm. The sample that he obtained was combined with Simmons' memories and transformed into a training ground made up of building of his past known as "Simonsville". Simonsville was destroyed by Spawn and Wynn was defeated, having his memory wiped and was returned to Earth two days after his disappearance.
After this, he would work on and off with the Clown to bring about the end of Spawn. When Mammon restored the Clown's existence on Earth and gave him a pass to take a new body, he chose Wynn and became a dominant role in his psyche. He then went on a killing spree in his spare time, murdering women who resembled Wanda Blake. Wynn was caught in the act, and in the Clown's face paint at a construction site. Spawn then saved the women and defeated Wynn. The Clown then let Wynn let go of the steel girder he was clinging to and fall to his death, allowing him to take full possession of his body.
Wynn then reappeared in issues 167-168, having been separated from the Clown after the white light event, but his hands have stayed permanently red. Throughout his career, Wynn has gathered incriminating information/evidence on various governments and organizations, providing him a bargaining chip to bring him back to his authority if lost and preventing him from being terminated. However, Spawn revealed that he found and destroyed all the evidence Wynn had found, allowing Wynn to be vulnerable to those who want him dead. Spawn then leaves Wynn, seeing him as a "dead man". In the later issues Jim Downing eveutally kills Wynn for good.
In other media
Spawn: The Movie (1997)
In the movie, he is the secondary antagonist. He is less powerful than his comic counterpart, and is a lot more emotional and hot-tempered. He, along with his right hand Jessica Priest, killed Al Simmons in person, instead of having him killed.
He was played by Martin Sheen.
Todd McFarlane's Spawn: The Animated Series
Jason Wynn is one of the main antagonists of the series, he is also the head of the Central Intelligence Agency. He is the mastermind behind the plot that killed Al Simmons in his mortal form.
He was voiced by John Rafter Lee.
To increase his power, Jason exerts influence on Senator Scott McMillan to run for president. In exchange, he protects his son, Billy, a prolific child-killer.
One night, Wynn received an alert that Terry Fitzgerald, one of his best employees, was investigating his illegal arms business. He dispatched Chapel to kill Fitzgerald but received the news that Chapel had been stopped by Spawn. Not giving up, Wynn next dispatched Leon and Merrick to stop Fitzgerald as he closed in on a warehouse. Once again, his lackeys were stopped and Fitzgerald was able to uncover evidence that Wynn was secretly selling weapons to terrorist to deepen his pockets.
- Jason Wynn is the second most recurring villain in the spawn series the first being Violator and the third being Malebolgia.
- Jason Wynn is one of the Spawn Villains to be Pure Evil the others being Violator, Malebolgia, Billy Kincaid, and Mammon.
- Jason Wynn is most likely based on Lex Luthor a corrupt businessman.
Admonisher | Angela | Billy Kincaid | Chapel | Cy-Gor | Gabrielle | God | Hellspawn | Jason Wynn | Jessica Priest | Lilly | Malebolgia | Mammon | Merrick | Metatron | Overt-Kill | Phlebiac Brothers | Satan | Scott McMillan | The Curse | The Redeemer | Tony Twist | Violator