Quote1 Welcome to "Just the Facts" with J. Jonah Jameson, alerting you to the threats you don't even know about. Quote2
-- 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. He retired from his job at some point before the events of Marvel's Spider-Man, and now works on his own podcast, called "Just the Facts" with J. Jonah Jameson", interviewing people and commenting about any city occurances.[1]

Throughout the game Spidey can hear the 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 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.[1]

  • It's stated in the game that Jameson won the Pulitzer Prize twice.[1]
  • Jameson has written a book called Spider-Man: Threat or Menace?[1]
  • His social network account is JJatHome.[1]
  • In one of his podcasts, Jameson publicly confirmed that he helped finance the experiment that transformed MacDonald Gargan into the Scorpion.[1]
  • 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 misinterupts Spider-Man's humanitarian experiments as signs of conspirscy or lunacy.
    • He even wonders if Spider-Man is not a human with spider abilities and wonders kf its the reverse.

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