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Quote1 Jennifer's been our eyes and ears amongst the SS. We've been fighting them forever. Every victory we've had against them is thanks to her. Quote2
-- Payback src
 

Father Jennifer was an ordained priest who worked at Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Downtown, Nueva York.[1]

Jennifer, dressed as the Goblin, wanted to take Spider-Man's place as the defender of Downtown, confronting him several times.[1]

Later, under unknown circumstances, Spider-Man disappeared from Nueva York, possibly thanks to the Tyler Stone's plans, and the Sinister Six took control of Alchemax, with both Stone and the CEO mysteriously disappeared.[1]

At that point, Jennifer allied herself with Gabriel O'Hara and Kasey Nash, with a complex plan to overthrow the Sinister Six: Jennifer, as the Goblin, became the Six's leader, passing informations to her allies about their plans and actions.[1]

Doctor Octopus (Earth-TRN590) from Spider-Man 2099 Vol 3 12 001

Death

Time later, an alternate Spider-Man ended up in this timeline, trying to help the resistance terminating the Sinister Six's control; the Six discovered Jennifer's secret identity and captured her, being later freed by Spider-Man. Moments before walking through the Time Vault to the past, Jennifer was killed by Doctor Octopus.[2]

Powers

None; powered by her suit.




  • Goblin 2099's identity became a twisted mess due to Peter David's abrupt departure from the original Spider-Man 2099 series. David only intended Gabriel O'Hara to be a red herring for the Goblin identity, and planned to reveal Father Jennifer D'Angelo was the Goblin. When David left the title two issues before cancellation, a dialogue box was added in issue #44 during editing that deliberately shifted a conversation between Jennifer and Gabe to pin the Goblin identity on him.[3] The fill-in writer for Spider-Man 2099 #45 explicitly pointed the finger at Gabriel. This was later retconned in 2099: Manifest Destiny #1 where the characters established that Gabe was not the Goblin, but had been framed by a shape changer whose true identity remained unknown. When David restarted to write Spider-Man 2099, he decided to use the "alternate reality escamotage" to retcon Goblin's identity as Father Jennifer.[4]

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