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J Jonah Jameson Appearances VideoSpider-Man 1 (2002) - J. Jonah Jameson \
Jameson, ironically, softened his heart to the new, darker "Spider-Man" he was unaware it was not the same Spider-Man , and tried to help him.
The Superior Spider-Man tried to force Jameson to give him control of the Raft prison, causing Jameson to hate him again.
He commissioned new Spider-Slayers, even though the city was being terrorized by the Green Goblin and his organization, the Goblin Nation.
This created a scandal that worsened when the Nation took control of the robots, causing Jameson to resign in disgrace.
Spider-Man eventually returned and defeated Octopus. With no company left to go to and a poor public image, Jameson was hired as a reporter for the Fact Channel.
He reported on a story that was interrupted by Black Cat and Electro , and ordered the cameraman to film the ensuing battle when Spider-Man and Silk arrived.
Electro managed to electrocute and stun Spider-Man, and Black Cat attempted to remove his mask. Jameson demanded the cameraman zoom in to catch it, but Spider-Man stopped Black Cat before she could do it.
Jameson later used his reporting job to support the company New U Technologies, who claimed they could revive the dead with a new chemical formula, and did so with Jameson's deceased wife Marla.
To make matters worse, all carried a disease called the Carrion Virus, which was exploited by Doctor Octopus, causing a worldwide epidemic.
Spider-Man was able to stop the disease, but Jameson was fired from his job due to his support of New U. Jameson was later contacted by S. D, who asked him to help Spider-Man catch a fugitive named Teresa Durand.
Jameson agreed as long as he could finally interview Spider-Man. Tensions rose as the interview progressed, but ended with Jonah finally breaking down and admitting the reason he hated Spider-Man more than anyone was because he was envious of what he had.
In order to finally bury the hatchet, Spider-Man revealed his identity to Jonah. Jameson appears as recurring minor antagonist in the animated series Spider-Man , appearing as more dimwitted, but still using the Spider-Slayer to try and get Spider-Man.
He was voiced by the late Paul Kligman. Jameson appeared again in the animated Spider-Man series that ran from to , Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends , which ran from to , and The Incredible Hulk which ran from to This interpretation also owned a television station.
He was again voiced by the late Paul Kligman. Jameson appeared as a minor antagonist in the s animated series, again using libel and incrimination tactics to defame Spider-Man.
He was voiced by Ed Asner. Jameson appears as a supporting antagonist in all three of Sam Rami's live-action Spider-Man films, where he was famously portrayed by J.
Here, he is portrayed as cynical and bitter, but honorable. Though he does not resort to the violence and illegal actions he does in the comics, he uses libel to defame Spider-Man and even cause him to temporarily quit in the second film.
While most of Jameson's past is kept a mystery in the series, he is shown to be happily married to his wife and the proud father of his son John , who has become a successful astronaut and even gone to the moon.
Jameson is also shown to be strict with his employees as well as tight with money. Following the appearance of Spider-Man in New York City, Jameson immediately took a disliking to the superhero, believing he was nothing more than a costumed vigilante and that the real heroes were ones like police officers, firemen, and astronauts like his son.
He hated the idea of reporting on Spider-Man, but when newspapers with Spider-Man headlining sold out, he decided to continue reporting on Spider-Man to make extra profit as well as use his newspaper to antagonize and defame him in the process.
However, needing better pictures, he hires Peter Parker as a freelance photographer, unaware Parker is Spider-Man.
Later on, after Spider-Man's encounter and subsequent battle with the Green Goblin , Jameson uses the newspaper to report that Spider-Man and the Goblin worked together to attack the city.
Then, intent on finding Spider-Man, the Green Goblin crashes through the building's wall on his glider and attacks Jameson, holding him in a choke hold and demanding who the photographer who takes pictures of Spider-Man is.
As Peter rushes to get into costume and confront the Goblin, Jameson honorably stalls and lies, telling the Goblin that he does not know the photographer's identity and that his pictures come to him by mail.
The Goblin does so, but Jameson retaliates by exclaiming that Spider-Man's quick arrival was proof the two were working together.
Spider-Man simply webs his mouth shut, however, and Jameson escapes. Afterwards, Jameson glorified himself in the newspapers by writing that he was the brave hero fending off two supervillains in his office.
Jameson continues to falsely report on Spider-Man, even writing a headline saying that the people demand his arrest.
In the second film, Jameson continues to defame Spider-Man, and demands a constant supply of Spider-Man pictures to use in his paper.
He even threatens to fire Peter when Peter says he does not want to let Jameson hurt Spider-Man anymore. After an accident that turned Dr.
Otto Octavius into Doctor Octopus , Jameson immediately singles him out as a new supervillain and gives him is name of "Doctor Octopus".
He wants to fire Peter for not getting any pictures of the accident, but hires him again when he needs Peter to cover for his society photographer at a ball to celebrate his son John.
With a mounting series of troubles including Jameson's defaming, losing his powers, losing his lover, missing school and work, and losing his best friend Harry Osborn , Peter Parker decides to quit being Spider-Man and throws his costume in the garbage.
A garbageman finds the costume and delivers it to Jameson, who laughs and mounts the costume as a trophy on the wall of his office.
Jameson, for the first time, feels regret and remorse, as he knows if he had not helped drive Spider-Man away, Spider-Man could have stopped Ock.
However, Peter regains his powers and goes after Ock, taking his suit back from Jameson's office, causing Jameson to lash out in a fit of rage and go back to hating Spider-Man.
Despite Jameson's wishes, Spider-Man spikes in popularity, becoming something of an icon. Sales begin to drop based on the fact that The Daily Bugle is one of the only anti-Spider-Man newspapers anymore, but Jameson hires a new freelance photographer named Edward Brock Jr.
He then has to choose who will get the staff photographer job that opened up: Brock, whose pictures he likes better, or Parker, who has been with the company for years and been loyal to them.
He decides that the one that gets a picture of Spider-Man doing something incriminating will get the job. Brock comes by later after Spider-Man dawns his new black suit , altering one of Peter's old photos into one of the black-suited Spider-Man robbing a bank.
A delighted Jameson gives Brock the staff job for a job well done, but a furious Peter comes forward with his original picture, revealing that Brock's photo is a fake.
Despite his hatred for Spider-Man, Jameson is completely outraged that Brock would doctor a photo to frame Spider-Man for a robbery he didn't commit, and that he has to print a retraction as a result which he claims he hasn't printed one in twenty years.
As such, Jameson angrily fires Brock and orders him to leave his building. Peter later comes by to sell Jameson his pictures, and demands double money and the staff job if Jameson wants them.
Jameson reluctantly agrees, and notes Peter's sudden change in personality, caused by the corruption of the suit.
Jameson later appears witnessing the battle between Spider-Man, the New Goblin , Sandman , and Venom, wondering where Parker is and why he is not taking pictures.
He buys a camera from a little girl, and is angry when he is forced to buy film as well. Despite no more films being released, it is safely assumed that Jameson continued to serve as Peter's boss and bash Spider-Man.
Jameson also appears as a recurring character in the video games based on the s films. In the first video game tie-in, he was voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
In the second video game tie-in for the second film, he was voiced by Jay Gordon. However, in the video-game tie-in for the third film, Simmons reprised his role.
In the video game tie-in to the second film, Jameson appears as a more major character and goes up against Spider-Man by using Peter Parker's pictures of Spider-Man fighting Mysterio to say that the two are in cahoots and terrorizing the town.
In the video game tie-in to the third film, Spider-Man goes up against the terrorist organization the H-Bombers , led by the Mad Bomber.
Later, Jameson tells Eddie Brock and Peter Parker that whoever gets a shot of Spider-Man doing something illegal will get the recently opened staff photographer job.
Brock attempts to use someone dressed as Spider-Man to fake a crime, but the real Spider-Man in the symbiote suit shows up and punches Brock in the face.
Brock, using other cameras, is able to snap the attack, but Spider-Man smashes all of his cameras. Jonah Jameson makes a cameo appearance in the season eighteen episode "Moe'N'a Lisa" of the animated sitcom television series The Simpsons , with J.
Simmons reprising the role. In the episode, he runs a poetry publishing agency that steals Moe Szyslak's poem and uses it in a poetry book without permission.
He later demands photos of Spider-Man. After being told that he runs a poetry publishing agency, Jameson demands poems about Spider-Man. Jonah makes no physical appearance in the films; however, he is seen messaging Peter Parker about Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 , where he refuses to accept Spider-Man is a hero.
He was voiced by Keith Carradine. Jameson appears a supporting character and minor antagonist as he still uses libel against Spider-Man.
He has continual mood swings that cause him to be chipper and extravagant one minute and bitter and violent the next. He was voiced by Daran Norris.
His roles are usually minor, however. Jameson appears as a minor antagonist, speaking out against Hulk and the agents of S. The role was once again reprised by J.
He was voiced by Fred Tatasciore. He was voiced by John DiMaggio. A parody of Jameson, named John J. The episode serves as a comedic parody of Spider-Man, with Johanson demanding pictures of "Spider-Dude" from his photographer Parker Peters, but it is later revealed that he wants the photos because he is sexually attracted to Spider-Dude and enjoys looking at him in sensual poses.
Jameson appears in the post-credits scene, again portrayed by J. This incarnation is the head of a controversial news site, The Daily Bugle.
He is constantly cruel and mean to his staff and those around him, and is often bossy, arrogant, short-tempered and controlling. He especially hates superhumans both heroes and villains , and will resort to lies, slander, libel, and propaganda to defame and distort their public images.
He rarely enters the fray himself, but when he does, he is shown to be determined and even a bit sadistic, as he wants nothing more than power over his opponents.
This, of course, translates over to his constant conflict with Spider-Man, which has pushed him to outright criminal actions and supervillainy himself.
Even when he is not engaging opponents physically, he will hire or recruit others to do it for him, such as Mysterio and the Anti-Spider Squad, crossing over into a field of evil that he himself claims to despise.
He can even be unstable and lash out in rage and violence, such as with his attack on She-Hulk. There are also times where Jameson can be a hypocrite, as while he vehemently opposes Spider-Man, he does sometimes praise the heroics of others, with Captain America being a good example.
Jameson often claims that Spider-Man poses a threat to New York and its people with his vigilantism and secret identity. As well as believing that Spider-Man attracts the super-powered crime that the Web-Slinger is devoted to fighting against.
All in all, Jameson believes that Spider-Man cannot be trusted as long as he hides who he is. However, Jameson does show, deep down, to have a more caring side, which he expresses to his wives, son and Peter Parker at times.
Jonah Jameson witnesses the reformation of the Avengers. After Spider-Man saves the whole of New York from a bomb planted by Doctor Octopus, Jameson is met by his son and Steve Rogers and talked into holding a ceremony to give Spider-Man the key to the city much to his chagrin.
Jonah Jameson. Marla Jameson jumped in front of her husband, saving his life, but died in the process. As he held Marla, Jameson did not blame Spider-Man this time, but instead blamed himself.
Jameson plans to have Alistair Smythe receive the death penalty not only because he is a murderer, but also for what happened to his wife, Marla.
Jameson berated Spider-Man for saving the life of a murderer. During the " Spider-Island " storyline, J. Jonah Jameson's popularity as the mayor has plummeted and his Anti-Spider-Man Squad is considered to be a huge tax drain.
Jameson is shown to have been infected with spider powers  and soon mutates into a spider-like creature. As this mutated creature, Jameson nearly kills Allistair Smythe, partly due to fact that he was responsible for the death of Jameson's wife.
During the Ends of the Earth storyline, Mayor Jameson shuts down Horizon Labs albeit without a court order on the accusation that it conducts dangerous experiments and harbors criminals such as Morbius.
Max Modell 's lawyer Hector Baez had to fight the company's accusations. Jonah Jameson comes to thank him personally, while Peter Parker's consciousness is shocked to see Jameson's drastically changed attitude towards the hero.
Jameson boasts about his wise ruling policy while Carlie doubts Superior Spider-Man will ever show up. But he finally does and short-circuits the signal.
Jameson discharges oaths about wasted taxpayer dollars, and Superior Spider-Man explains they can hinder him using the signal, humiliating Jameson between the lines.
Both pranksters humiliate Jameson and transmit it all over the world, where even Superior Spider-Man laughs it off.
Then he gets summoned by Jameson himself to the City Hall where he asks him to arrest Jester and Screwball. Superior Spider-Man dismisses it at first, but after Jameson reminded him of all the times Superior Spider-Man has pulled pranks on him and even Otto remembers Peter's quips against him , he agrees to catch them putting his Patrol App on course.
Superior Spider-Man beats up Jester and Screwball where his brutality being watched all over the city including Jameson who is enjoying the punishment.
Jameson argues with his father about the actions of Superior Spider-Man. Jameson arrives to the Raft for a final inspection before Smythe's execution, where he has told that all of the Raft's inmates will be transferred once Jameson shuts it down, highlighting the infirmary where Boomerang, Vulture and Scorpion are being attended.
Jameson, alongside Superior Spider-Man, his assistant Glory Grant and Bugle reporter Norah Jones, watch the procedure of Smythe's execution, while he claims to be a "better person" .
Jameson reflecting on the moment whose Smythe killed his wife Marla right in front on him, sadly proclaiming that he will not keep the promise to fulfill her dying wish until Smythe dies, swearing that he will not leave the island.
After Smythe's escape, Jameson, Glory Grant, Norah Winters, and the remaining civilians are surrounded by Superior Spider-Man's Spider-Bots and then are informed by Otto in a pre-recorded hologram that he has taken measures to counteract any attempt of escape so his Spider-Bots will safeguard them in a force field while the reinforcements arrive, but Jonah refuses to stand still inside the force field, willing to go and help Superior Spider-Man against Smythe.
Superior Spider-Man accuses Jameson of leaving the force field, but Jameson confronts Superior Spider-Man to tell him he brought him to ensure that Smythe gets executed by any means necessary, implying that he has giving permission to Superior Spider-Man to directly kill him.
Superior Spider-Man accepts and tells Jameson to go back to the force field with the others. Smythe sends Scorpion to target Jameson.
Once aboard the rescue boat, Jameson prepares himself for a press conference musing that he will be happy once the Raft is destroyed.
Superior Spider-Man sways him apart and tells him that he should give him the Raft for his new base of operations.
Jameson refuses only to be blackmailed by Superior Spider-Man with a recording of their meeting at the Raft where Jameson grants permission to Superior Spider-Man to kill Smythe.
Jameson replies that he is done with being blackmailed by him and does not care if Jameson loses everything as long as he can finally bring down Superior Spider-Man, but his Spider-Slayers are reactivated by Green Goblin and voice rings out declaring that he has taken control of the Spider-Slayers as Green Goblin comments that Norman Osborn now runs this city.
He tries to blame Alchemax, but his accusations are swiftly rebuked by Liz Allan who appears via video link declares that Alchemax is severing all ties with Jameson.
In the aftermath, Spider-Man is restored to his body Octavius sacrificing his own mind to bring Peter back as he recognizes that Peter Parker is the true Spider-Man and Green Goblin's plan is thwarted, Spider-Man visiting Jameson's office to confront him after what happened and returns him the Spider-Bot that Doctor Octopus used to record his blackmail material.
Jameson replies that he will not accept it since he would not believe whatever Spider-Man says, regarding him now as a "monster" that does not own up to the consequences of his actions and instead stomps on others.
Spider-Man replies that he will not expect him to believe this but says that he should not fear him, and should not take the blame for everything that Green Goblin caused, but to stay and fight.
Once Spider-Man leaves, Jameson reveals that he had already resigned his post as Mayor of New York City and leaves the office, promising that from now on he will kick back.
Jonah Jameson had fired a former Daily Bugle employee for viewing an embarrassing article that he wrote in which he praised Spider-Man in his early days of being a wrestler.
As Silk battles against Electro and Spider-Man deals with Black Cat, Jameson remains on the channel forcing the cameraman to film the action.
Black Cat deviate one of Electro's bolts hitting Spider-Man, knocking him down in the process. Jameson and Peter Parker later got word that his estranged father Jay coughed up blood and collapsed.
While visiting his father in a private room at Mount Sinai Hospital at the start of the Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy storyline, Jameson accuses Peter where their traveling around the world might have caused him to catch some type of disease.
Jay calms his son down. Jameson was visited by the doctor of New U Technologies upon being called in by his father's doctor.
Jameson suspects that there is a "price" for this and storms off. Later on, Jameson visits New U Technologies to speak to the doctor.
In order to give proof to Jameson that their talents of using a subject's DNA to clone replacement parts work, Jameson is surprised when the doctor calls in an apparent revived Marla Jameson.
Peter remains adamant of sticking to the conventional procedure and Jay has sided with him. Peter's superheroic endeavors prevent him from accompanying May and Jameson as Jay's health reaches critical status and he undergoes conventional surgery.
To make matters worse, this is not enough and Jay passes away. It is revealed that the revived Marla Jameson is a clone that the Jackal had gathered to grow clones with false memories that span all the way to their deaths.
Jameson is enthusiastic for her that her family is back together and leaves for dinner, but Cindy found something off about his behavior.
Cindy's suspicions are confirmed when she finds Jameson talking with his formerly-deceased wife while Spectro finds a room with a number of test subjects in capsules.
Cindy gives him Rafferty and Lola's research to voice skepticism on the New U Technologies and Jameson invites her to join him on a quick trip to the facility.
He tells Cindy that he believes they are doing good work and introduces her to Mattie and Marla. After J. Jonah Jameson is taken to Haven with his clone wife, he asked the Jackal to revive his father.
Jackal told him to head upstairs in order to promote New U Technologies on television. When Jameson is about to send out a broadcast message of the New U Technologies, Jackal reactivated the broadcast to tell the world that they will all die and be reborn as the Carrion Virus in all of the clones and causes them to start rapidly decaying.
During the Secret Empire storyline, J. When Kraven the Hunter raided the Daily Bugle looking for information on the identity of Spider-Man, Phil Sheldon's daughter Jennie ran to warn Jameson thinking that he could be in danger.
When Jameson was attacked by Kraven the Hunter, Jennie Sheldon fired a signal flare into the sky enough to attract the attention of Spider-Woman who defeated Kraven the Hunter.
Following a tense confrontation with Spider-Man provoked by a rogue branch of S. Jameson is later abducted by Norman Osborn in order to find out who Spider-Man is.
Osborn takes a brief interval from the torture to kill Phil Urich as the self-proclaimed Goblin King tried to raid one of his old storehouses.
This left Jameson devastated at what he has done. He prints the Roanoke Colony 's newspaper, The Daily Trumpet , with the assistance of Peter Parquagh, whom he orders to learn more about the mysterious "Spider", believing him to be a threat to the colony.
In the alternate reality of Earth X , everyone on Earth has been affected by the Terrigen Mists , granting everyone superpowers.
Jameson is turned into a humanoid donkey a human body with an equine head. It is also revealed that after he published information exposing Peter Parker as Spider-Man, his reputation was ruined, as no one trusted a man who had spent years paying the very hero he called a menace, and the Daily Bugle has gone bankrupt.
He has captured Jack Russell Werewolf by Night in the old Bugle offices and brings him food, presumably either having mistaken Russell for his son John, the Man-Wolf or feeling fatherly toward another lycanthrope and reminiscing about his son.
In the original Marvel universe of G. Joe , Jameson is seen hassling a news vendor for the seeming lack of any Daily Bugle papers.
In the " House of M " reality created by the insane Scarlet Witch and in which mutants are dominant over baseline humans, Jameson is the maltreated publicist of Peter Parker, here a celebrity without a secret identity.
Despising Peter and only keeping his job for the pay, Jameson gets his chance to completely ruin his boss when the Green Goblin gives him Peter's old journal.
Learning that Peter is a mutate instead of a mutant, Jameson reveals this to the populace of the world, who come to hate Peter for having only pretended to be a mutant.
He is left grieving and guilt-ridden when Spider-Man appears to have killed himself. His wife, Marla is still alive. Ironically, he is very supportive of Spider-Girl, in contrast to his stance on her father in the MC2 continuity, Spider-Man's identity was never made public.
When "Buzz" Bannon, the intended subject of Project Human Fly, is murdered and the suit stolen, he immediately condemns The Buzz , the identity assumed by the person who stole the suit.
However, he is unaware that his own grandson, Jack "J. After attacking Reign officers, he is saved by the newly returned Spider-Man.
Jonah next rounds up groups of children to join his cause to save the city, as they print about Spider-Man's return.
Eventually Jonah is captured by the Reign and brought to the mayor's office, where he confirms his suspicions, finding out that Venom is behind the WEBB project as a means of trapping the citizens of New York, so that they can be fed on by itself and other symbiotes.
In Marvel Zombies, it proves that he was right about Spider-Man being a menace. This occurs right after Spider-Man remarks he was " going to enjoy this part ".
However, he's seemingly under the thumb of Norman Osborn, the "Goblin" and kills Ben Urich to prevent him from publishing evidence against Goblin.
It is soon revealed that this was in fact the Chameleon, who abducted Jameson for the Goblin. Jonah was saved by Spider-Man from being eaten by Kraven 's Siberian tiger.
Jameson is the leader of the woodsmen, who also include Osborn and Flash Thompson. In Spider-Verse , Jameson was giving Peter Parker a call in order to demand that he go to Armstrong Park in order to take a picture of a new villain that had just appeared.
This reality has humans living on the moon. The article that followed said event as well as the newspaper itself had a positive story about how the Spider-Man version of Ben Reilly in that reality was a true hero.
On Earth , J. He held a press conference against Spider-Woman after she presumably killed Peter Parker. He is responsible for passage of the Anti-Powers Act which calls for the forcible arrest and depowering of all non-conforming superpower individuals.
In Ultimate Spider-Man and Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man , Jameson is essentially the same character as the original version, although younger in appearance.
Jameson decries Spider-Man and other vigilantes, accusing them of being fraudulent hero figures in contrast to his astronaut son, who was killed during a mission.
While Jameson does not necessarily hate Spider-Man, he has no qualms about painting him in a negative light to sell papers.
Despite his adverse attitude towards Spider-Man, this version of Jonah still ends up unwittingly hiring Peter Parker to work at the Daily Bugle as its webmaster.
Feeling ashamed and regretful of his smear campaign , Jameson vows to dedicate his life towards portraying Spider-Man as the hero he really is, and begins by publishing several pro-Spider-Man stories Ben Urich held onto.
Jonah Jameson appeared in various issues of What If? What If? While this version of Jonah is actually more supportive of Peter, he still harbors his hatred of Spider-Man, until he has a change of heart.
Jameson in turn becomes a criminal who organizes the Sinister Six to get revenge on Spider-Man. Jameson appeared in the miniseries Spider-Man: Life Story , which explores how Spider-Man and the Marvel Universe at large would be if it were not set in a floating timeline.
In the first issue, set in the s, Jameson is shown to be under stress from the police due to their investigation into his involvement with the creation of the Spider-Slayers and Scorpion , resulting in him berating and mistreating his staff more than usual.
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