- —J. Jonah Jameson[src]
J. Jonah Jameson was a famous newspaper publisher at Daily Bugle, in New York City. He is known for his criticism of superpowered people, specially for Spider-Man, which he considers a public menace and even had Mac Gargan become the superpowered Scorpion so he could defeat Spider-Man. He eventually retired from his job and began working on his own podcast, called "Just the Facts with J. Jonah Jameson", interviewing people and commenting about any city occurrences.
The show released podcast of Jameson's deluded conspiracy rantings. Along with several callers pointing out he's just scapegoating Spider-Man due to his irrational hatred. Jameson also used his podcast to show support, and later to criticize Mayor Norman Osborn and Sable International for their actions on handling the Devil's Breath crisis and the Raft breakout.
Jameson almost had a heart attack when a new Spider-Man suddenly appeared on the city, helping fight crime alongside the original Spider-Man. Over time, Jameson also started to attack the new webhead, saying that he would keep an eye on both Spider-Men equally and that he would not hesitate on criticize them.
One year after the Devil's Breath crisis, Jameson had the recording session of the special Christmas edition of his podcast interrupted when both Spider-Men crashed through his studio while trying to stop a rampaging Rhino that had escaped from containment while being transferred, causing Jameson to call them a "feckless, treacherous, unhinged menace!"
Jameson is a very complicated individual. He comes off as a loud and rather bitter old man. 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.
- It's stated in the game that Jameson won the Pulitzer Prize twice.
- Jameson has written a book called Spider-Man: Threat or Menace?
- His social network account is JJatHome.
- He either renamed his account or made a second account named JJJatHome.
- One of his podcasts shows him be genuinely honest and kind during the Devil's Breath epidemic.
- Jamseon seems to have gone off the deep end in his hatred for Spider-Man.
- He misinterprets Spider-Man's humanitarian experiments as signs of conspiracy or lunacy.
- He even wonders if Spider-Man is not a human with spider abilities, but the reverse.
- JJJ prefered Spider-Man traditional red and blue suit over his Advanced Suit.
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