Eventually, Jameson rebuilds the Bugle, now a web-only service. He comes off as a bad-tempered, bossy, demanding and loud and rather bitter old man. He makes his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with J.K. Simmons reprising his role from the Sam Raimi films, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes,Ultimate Spider-Man,Avengers AssembleandHulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.. J. Jonah Jameson was created … When the school's three top athletes started bullying him, he fought back and beat all three of them to a pulp. Alistair successfully rebuilds the Black Widow and creates another, larger robot, which he names "the Tarantula". In an effort to comfort Jonah, Spider-Man decided to reveal his secret identity to him. He met his first wife, Joan, when they both joined their high school's photo club. [52] However, upon getting to see this news publishing group, he was outraged that they were teenagers who published fabricated false articles with clickbait titles. Peter Parker's ringtone for Jameson's phone calls is. Betty Jameson (mother, presumably deceased);David Jameson[8] (paternal uncle / stepfather, presumably deceased); May Jameson (stepmother);Bernice Franklin (sister, deceased);Joan Jameson (first wife, deceased);Marla Madison (second wife, deceased); John Jameson (son); Jerry Franklin (brother-in-law); Martha Franklin (niece / adopted daughter, deceased); Jennifer Walters (ex-daughter-in-law);Peter Parker (step-cousin);Unnamed symbiote (former symbiote, deceased). However, Jameson's brush with death did not frighten him away from publishing attacks on, and exposes of, organized crime. Jameson's appearance has been unfavorably compared to that of Adolf Hitler, due to his toothbrush mustache and overall hostile temperament and disposition. After Peter revealed his identity to him, Jameson started to respect Spider-Man, trying to rebuild the reputation he destroyed at the Talk 616! But when Spider-Man captured a burglar, Jameson became outraged that this masked entertainer would use his dangerous powers to take the law into his own hands. Although Jameson apparently dislikes all "super heroes," he presumably is more tolerant of those who work with the government, such as the Mighty Avengers. division called the Gray Blade, who sent Jonah pictures that involved Spider-Man with fugitive agent Teresa Durand. After Peter Parker made his deal with the demon Mephisto, Peter's identity was once again a secret and Jameson was one of the many who never knew his identity. Looking for another version of J. Jonah Jameson? For decades Jameson used his newspaper to crusade in support of civil rights for minority groups and against organized crime. Events involving the Avengers Initiative members known as the Scarlet Spiders cast doubt onto whether Peter Parker was the original Spider-Man, or if there really was a single Spider-Man at all, frustrating Jameson. When the returned Norman Osborn paid a visit to Jameson's house, wanting to tell the latter his story, Jameson shot Norman point blank after hearing that he killed his own son and Peter. J.K. Simmons is reportedly returning as J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man 3, and will have a much bigger role this time around. [26], No longer mayor, Jameson decided to try to go back to the Bugle. J.K. Simmons, Actor: Whiplash. Jameson is also somewhat kinder and more reasonable than his mainstream counterpart. He also once hired the second Mysterio to defeat Spider-Man but Mysterio ended up being defeated and sent to prison[17]. Jameson responded by putting his squad on double-shifts, severely straining the city council's budget. Jonah's wife began talking to a lawyer about power of attorney and selling the final shares of the Bugle without Jonah having a say. JJ needs a headline! Jameson understood and wanting to clear Spider-Man's name, he published it all in an article not knowing that he caused problems to Spider-Man. John Jameson is a Marvel Comics character and supervillain. Still not finished with the Spider-Slayers, he hired Dr. Marla Madison to build him a Spider-Slayer robot[21], and subsequently fell in love with and married her. [48] During the fight between Spider-Man and Morlun, Jonah and the armed police tried to help Spider-Man, but Peter informed them that they were only getting in his way. When a duplicate of Spider-Man, created by Mysterio, jumped in front of Jameson's car while he was driving home from work one day, Jameson crashed his car into a tree. After the new Big Man was arrested along with the other villains, Jameson decided to man up and came face to face with the Kingpin by saying he isn't a good mayor, just like Jonah wasn't, he was just another super-villain that one day would get what he deserved. Thinking it was an interview, he went in the defensive and said he would not apologize about anything he'd done as a mayor, however the reporter revealed they wanted to offer him a job because of his history with the Daily Bugle, so he accepted, saying that the media "finally justified his existence". Accused of killing Jonah, Spider-Man Noir escaped. Still, he did not give up and hired Stillwell's brother Harlan who created the Fly who shot Stillwell and kidnapped Jameson to lure in Spider-Man[19]. [51], Feeling that he wasn't appreciated in his radio show, Norah Winters went to Jameson to convince him to come and join her new news publisher group. at the Talk 616! [4], J. Jonah Jameson is an accomplished journalist and business executive whose wealth and contacts can provide him with ready resources in case of emergency, Normal human male who engages in little regular exercise, Publisher of the Daily Bugle, editor, reporter. Peter, as Spider-Man, paid a visit, and accidentally let slip that the Daily Bugle has sold to Dexter Bennett, which caused Jonah to have another heart attack, forcing Spidey to once again give him CPR. J. Jonah Jameson possesses the normal human strength of a man of his age, height, and build who engages in little exercise. Jameson is a very complicated individual. For example, Jameson had Dr. Farley Stillwell transform a man into the Scorpion to fight Spider-Man[15], and commissioned the creation of the first "Spider-Slayer" robots from Spencer Smythe to battle Spider-Man[16]. Jonah eventually turned to politics, and became the mayor of New York City. After, Chance was unwillingly successful in his bet, the Foreigner's Jack O'Lanterns took him away, leaving Spider-Man to prepare to go after them, but Jameson insisted to finish the the interview. They were then attacked by Chance who had come to steal one of Spider-Man's Web-Shooters as part of a forced bet. Jennie Sheldon went to Jameson in order to warn him. "I want proof that Spider-Man is a criminal, or you're fired!" The building became known as the Daily Bugle Building. These circumstances led to Jonah facing a buyout from the wealthy Dexter Bennett. His efforts in the latter area led to his nearly being killed on orders of the Kingpin of Crime. Jonah was a Boy Scout during his childhood. [24] In his new office, John received a visit from his estranged father, J. Jonah Jameson Sr., demanding that Jonah cease his vendetta with Spider-Man, citing his many heroic deeds, and the fact that the Avengers, and even Captain America had accepted him. [36] When he returned to New York, he was fired and went to the Fact Channel one last time to clean his office. The beaten, broken, and dead body of somebody that had come to be seen as the heart and soul of both New York and the Superhero community, lying in the street was a masculine body wearing a red and blue costume with a black spider logo. [42], During the rise of the Red Goblin, Jonah was kidnapped by the Norman Osborn and unwittingly exposed Peter's identity when referring to Gwen Stacy as "his girl. The time spent as a subordinate to Osborn took a heavy mental toll, almost driving him to attempted murder, but he was finally able to reclaim the Bugle after Osborn was driven underground by temporary insanity. John Jonah Jameson is a Marvel Comics character. The whole of New York was silent because one of its great defenders, the Amazing Spider-man, had died trying to save the citizens of New York from a threat that they … After receiving the news that Spider-man had died after battling the sinister six, Jonah tried to write his Obituary but failed, due to his own guilt. When William Goodman's heirs put the Daily Bugle up for sale, J. Jonah Jameson tapped his last dollar and made the newspaper his own. Later while investigating a series of fires in Tenement blocks, he helped save Jake Carlton and his daughter Lucy. [53] He at first was mad at Jameson for doing that, but after learning that Jonah just wanted to help him, Spider-Man agreed to do a podcast with him. This is not limited to just John, but to all public servants, such as firefighters and police officers. Jameson is in good physical condition despite once having suffered a heart attack and being a chain smoker. Thanks to the help of Iceman and the Human Torch, he and Peter were able to escape from the villainous duo. In college, Jonah started a rivalry with Barney Bushkin, the editor of a campus newspaper who rejected Jonah. Many of Marvel's top artists and writers in the early 1960s, including Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, were themselves Jewish, and thus while Jameson is definitely neither a Nazi nor sympathetic to them, his hostility towards Spider-Man can be viewed in a context of anti-Semitism, though it is generally not so viewed. By Callum Williams Oct 23, 2020 Share Share Tweet Email He also managed to face Kingpin and don't involve himself with the likes of him. Jameson was initially reluctant, until Spider-Man started goading him, threatening to inform his wife and son of his "cowardice". Thanks to the help of Iceman and the Human Torch, he and Peter were able to escape from the villainous duo. In 1968 Jameson's company purchased the Goodman Building on 39th Street and Second Avenue in Manhattan and moved its entire editorial and publishing facilities there. But then he saw on the news that Spider-Man was stealing from a bank and immediately arrived there, while Spider-Man was being attacked by the armed guards. The robot brought Jonah to the rooftop of the Daily Globe, where Barney shot at Jonah with a realistic toy gun that squirted ink, mirroring a prank that Jonah had pulled on Barney when they were in college. One day when he couldn't reach out to Peter, Jonah broke into a radio station to use its listeners to locate Spider-Man. Both this and his son's marriage to She-Hulk drove Jameson into a fit of rage, and he attacked his new daughter-in-law with the original Spider-Slayer. J. Jonah Jameson(ofEarth-12041)is the director of Daily Bugle Communications. Though when the police arrived, all they saw was a masked vigilante crouching over the Jonah’s body, gun in hand. Jameson raised enough public doubt about the mysterious Spider-Man's motivations that Spider-Man was blacklisted virtually overnight by the entertainment industry. He's been after Spider-Man for years, and has been unsuccessful at having him unmasked and eliminated. Later, Jameson became notorious for his editorial attacks against costumed "super heroes" in general, and against Spider-Man in particular. [28] While preparing for debut in the Fact Channel, he was told that he was being bumped from the first segment, which would be an interview to promote Parker Industries' idea of a super-villain prison. Jameson began his journalistic career by becoming a part-time reporter for New York City's Daily Bugle while he was still in high school. Spider-Man then entered the mayor's office, hoping to establish a truce with him, only for Jonah to announce that he has assembled an "Anti-Spider Squad" to capture Spider-Man. [45], Following the revelation of Peter's identity, Jonah attempted to make up for years of persecuting Spider-Man by assisting him with information on crimes to investigate. Arcade was paid by the new Big Man to build a "museum" to Jameson so both he and Jonah could kill Spider-Man together. For saving his daughter, Jonah heavily promoted Jones' agency and later hired her as a reporter for the Bugle's new Pulse magazine. Another reason Jonah hates Spider-Man is because he believes he overshadows his son, John Jameson, whom he believes does not receive the recognition he thinks his son deserves, and that Spider-Man steals it. Eventually Spider-Man rescued Jameson. Jameson was later impersonated by the Chameleon, who attacked Peter and stole his identity. Jonah hates soccer, but not as much as he hates foosball. Afterwards he went to show his disgust to property developer Miles Warren, which ended in a restraining order against the Bugle[20]. RIP Spiderman June 22, 2011 However, he lost his temper if he saw or heard about Dexter Bennett and the D.B. Black Cat manages to deviate one of Electro's bolts hitting Spider-Man, knocking him down in the process. He is the son of J. Jonah Jameson and an astronaut for N.A.S.A. The first time was when Peter revealed his secret identity to the world during Civil War. After Morlun grabbed Spider-Man away, Jameson called the NYPD in order to deal with Morlun. However, the Nation took them over, turning them into "Goblin Slayers" and sicking them on Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2099. Spider-Man: Miles Morales' newest clip reveals the return of J Jonah Jameson, with players finally able to see the iconic reporter in the flesh. He hired Peter Parker as the Daily Bugle's webmaster after he displayed his expertise right after Jonah rejected his photographs of Spider-Man. And if that wasn't a highlight in Norman's life, then this occasion has to make the list. [27] Later, he was contacted by the Fact Channel. He is believed killed in the car crash, dying upon impact, and the media blames Spider-Man for his tragic and untimely demise. Betty Brant appears as a minor character in the original Spider-Man film series, portrayed by Elizabeth Banks.Betty appears in all three films in the series, starting with Spider-Man and reappearing in its sequels, Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3.As one of the Bugle staff and J. Jonah Jameson's secretary, she is usually seen either passing on messages to Jonah or receiving curt orders from him. Unable or rather unwilling to admit that he had gone too far in his hatred of Spider-Man, Jameson fired Robertson. After the defeat of Morlun, Spider-Man thanked Jonah, while Jameson paid a Taxi to send Spider-Man home. Norman then proceeded to incinerate Jameson from the head, killing him. The Hobgoblin's scheme failed, but Jameson publicly revealed his guilt anyway, and, in expiation, resigned as the Daily Bugle's editor-in-chief, naming his city editor, Joseph Robertson, to succeed him. He notably convinced his newly-superpowered son ton try and arrest Spider-Man and worked with Alistair Smythe to create Spider-Slayers. The Crime Master wanted the Green Goblin to unmask himself as a sign of trust between the two. Sadly, Jay died not long after the wedding, passing away from natural causes, but his relationship with May and his death are secondary compared to his real contribution. He was born Jonathan Kimble Simmons in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, to Patricia (Kimble), an administrator, and Donald William Simmons, a music teacher. Despite the name of these robots, Jameson was no murderer, and sought only to capture and unmask Spider-Man, not to kill him. When asked by Jameson why, Peter said that he had the power to do it, meaning he also had this responsibility, and that it applies to everyone, even the worst of us. Jameson has continued his denunciations of Spider-Man over the years, basing them on his opposition to vigilantism. He has also done voice-overs for many national commercials. At first, Jonah was reluctant, but got won over. Later, at the Bugle, Jameson crushed the film with his foot. The radio announcer saw potential in Jameson, and offered to give him a segment. "[43] He was rescued by Flash Thompson, now going by the alias Agent Anti-Venom,[44] and then tried to stop the Red Goblin from hurting Peter's close ones but he always seemed to be interrupting instead. Jameson was shot by Camellia under the orders of the Chameleon, her partner. It turned out that the Daily Globe had closed down, and, embittered by the contrast between his life and J.J. Jameson's constant habit of failing upwards, Barney wanted to make him feel scared like he was. Smythe, indeed, tried to escape, but Otto killed him at the behest of Jameson. In the wake of Ultimatum, Jameson dropped his vendetta against Spider-Man completely. His most infamous trait is his immense, almost irrational hatred of Spider-Man, and his constant attempts at proving that Spider-Man is a public menace. Feeling ashamed and regretful of his previous smear campaign, Jameson promised to dedicate his life to showing what a true hero Spider-Man really was. When a duplicate of Spider-Man created by Mysterio jumps in front of Jameson's car while he's driving home from work one day, he crashes into a tree. Jameson's wife Joan died at some point under unrevealed circumstances. He also faced problems with his wife, as he had yet to forgive her for selling the Bugle. J. Jonah Jameson is the editor-in-chief for the Daily Bugle and is well known for his anti-Spider-Man stance. John Jonah Jameson J. Jonah Jameson. Peter gave Jonah CPR until the paramedics arrived, who rushed Jonah to the hospital. Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man Annual. Jones tracked down the girl and found that Mattie's boyfriend was using her blood to make Mutant Growth Hormone. This infuriated Gloria Grant because he was still intent on destroying Spider-Man instead of saving New York from the Goblin Nation. [29] Of course, his ego wouldn't allow this to actually happen, and he remained in the center of the camera's shot, blocking the view of Peter's face. Jonah refused and was rescued by Spider-Man but blamed him for the damage to the Daily Bugle building caused by the battle, so Spider-Man webbed his mouth shut.[12]. Jonah's editor-in-chief and closest friend Robbie Robertson stood up to Jameson and his shoddy treatment of Peter/Spider-Man over the years. It was a most pleasant surprise for fans when J.K. Simmons made a cameo … The reason why is being due to his estranged relationship with his father like in the Marvel Comics.However, the discovery of the Godstone during a space expedition causes him to transform into the lycanthropic Man-Wolf. Peter Parker is the unnamed genius behind J. Jonah Jameson Ceramics & Porcelain Co. J. Jonah Jameson's first wife Joan also shares her name with Stan Lee's real-life wife. On Earth-1610, J. Jonah Jameson is essentially the same character, although younger in appearance. It is unknown why exactly Jameson hates Spider-Man so, but he alludes to several reasons. After looking through many stories that he had rejected over the years because they depicted Spider-Man in a positive light, Urich tells him that CNN has reported the hero dead. [38], With nothing left in his life, Jonah resorted to pouring all of his hate towards Spider-Man in a blog called Threats & Menaces. [11] Despite the fact that Peter's photos were amateurish, Jonah decided to bring him in, one of the reasons being that while making a background check he learned that Peter had lost his Uncle Ben not long before. His love and pride of John is one of his much more positive traits, as he thinks of John, who is an astronaut, as "a real hero". Luckily, she easily destroyed it and to smooth things over, said she would take the case for fraud against Spider-Man (while privately intending to drag it out as long as possible). "Death" When a duplicate of Spider-Man, created by Mysterio, jumped in front of Jameson's car while he was driving home from work one day, Jameson crashed his car into a tree. But he felt his old business turned traitor when he discovered it was boasting his fall. Jonah did not, surprisingly, blame Spider-Man but instead he just kept on muttering, "Dexter Bennett". Despite being a Saturday, Cindy was also there, because she was gonna quit, but, before leaving, she tried to cheer Jonah up. and was in a secret mission to retrieve those. [35] Despite the complicity, Spider-Man managed to stop the decaying worldwide and save the world, but a major part of the clones fully decayed and Jonah was left widowed again, asking Spider-Man not to tell Peter Parker he was right from the beginning. That same day, Jonah was abducted by a robot controlled by Barney Bushkin. Under his purview, the Daily Bugle upheld support for the Civil Rights movement, rights for racial minorities, and mutants, often speaking out against those with anti-mutant policies. Jonah Jameson plans to have Alistair Smythe receive the death penalty for what happened to Marla. With all of that happening, we're going to look at how J. Jonah Jameson might just be responsible for unleashing Mac Gargan/Scorpion -- a key member of that team -- in the MCU. Jonah and Marla Madison also adopted their niece, Mattie Franklin, who unknown to them was also Spider-Woman. J. Jonah Jameson was one of the characters featured in Series A of the Marvel Value Stamps issued in the 1970's. After being discharged from the hospital, Jameson gave Peter the job of being the programer of the newspaper's web site, and he pays for Peter's college tuition as a reward for saving his life.[2]. radio. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. After following the doppelgangers on the roof, Sable fired on the infected serial killer, while the infected Spider-Man bit on Jameson. He has a predisposition towards disliking vigilantes, such as Spider-Man. J.K. Simmons is an American actor. Jameson demanded to know why he was stealing from a bank, but Spider-Man told him that it was because the bank had illegally got technology from S.H.I.E.L.D. Spider-Man first came to public attention as an entertainer who used his powers to perform on television and stage. Peter Parker was initially skeptical and persuaded Aunt May and Jay not to accept the treatment, which infuriated Jonah. It is believed that the character of J. Jonah Jameson is based on. Jameson had always believed that between him and Peter Parker was a bond of trust and he had always regarded him as another son, the "last honest man" in the world; he had always bought his photos, even the ones that were poor, to help him in a discreet manner. Peter woke up, bound like Jameson, who was suspicious of why the Chameleon would attack him. This caused Jonah to yell at Peter again, but he stopped short and had a heart attack. He does not always misprint Spider-Man's masked escapades (the first time he did this, he inspired "Spider-Man Christmas"), gave Peter his job back once Aunt May reasoned with him, and was willing to give Peter a raise when she was hospitalized. When Spider-Man defected from the Registration Act and joined up with Captain America's Secret Avengers, openly rebelling against the new law and fighting those attempting to enforce it. During Otto Octavius's time as Spider-Man, Jameson started seeing Spidey in a new light as Dock Ock was more willing to work with him and showed less restraint. J. Jonah Jameson is the editor-in-chief of theDaily Bugle newspaper, and a supporting character inSam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy. Marvel Database is a FANDOM Comics Community. As a result, Spider-Man became an outlaw. On film, Darin can be heard in "Shazam" as the voice of the Sins "Pride" and "Greed", as well as in "Goosebumps 2", "Ice Age" and "Robots". He was believed killed in the car crash, dying upon impact, and the media blamed Spider-Man for his tragic and untimely demise. Spider-Man and J. Jonah Jameson first met when the former went to a NASA office to volunteer his help in rescuing John Jameson. [37], During Hydra's takeover, Baron Zemo used the Darkhold to empower Blackout and engulf Manhattan in Darkforce. Jameson later asked Spider-Man to oversee the execution of Alistair Smythe, the person who killed his wife, at the Raft in order to ensure that he does not break free. Jameson is furious at this. After recording the interview, it was then listened by countless people who found it intriguing.[55]. However, this radically changed when Otto blackmailed him in order to force him to turn Ryker's Island into Spider-Man's base of operations. Here’s a new video from Spider-Man: Miles Morales showing us the game version of J. Jonah Jameson. He is the primary newscaster of a journalistic talk showcalled theDaily Bugle. In the aftermath, Jameson returned to the Daily Bugle, where he told Ben Urich that he believed that his wife died as his house was only four stories tall. On top of the Parker revelation, he dealt with the notion that She-Hulk was now his daughter-in-law. [49], When Jameson tried to get a job, two Carnage Doppelgangers, an infected Miles Morales along with an infected serial killer, came crashing in in order to kill Jameson on the behalf of Dark Carnage. Things heated up even more when it was revealed that Jameson created a new army of Spider Slayers to take care of Spider-Man. Spider-Man - 10 Worst Things J. Jonah Jameson Has Ever Done. He was believed killed in the car crash, dying upon impact, and the media blamed Spider-Man for his tragic and untimely demise. 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