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J. Jonah Jameson

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J. Jonah Jameson
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Character Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Alive
Hair: Gray
Occupation: Poetry publisher
First Appearance: "Moe'N'a Lisa"
Voiced by: J. K. Simmons


J. Jonah James is a poetry publisher.

History[edit]

He gets Moe's poem sent in and tells his employee to publish it. He then shouts at someone over the phone, hiring him, firing him, becoming friends with him and then breaking their friendship within seconds. He then gets the published poem, Howling at a Concrete Moon, and then makes another phone call firing someone else. He then says that he loves his job.

He later asks for photos, then poems, of Spider-Man.[1]

Non-canon[edit]

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J. Jonah Jameson

Peter Griffin sold J. Jonah Jameson a photo of Spider-Man, which he took when taking a photo of a woman's thong. He then owed Peter a favor and published his cartoon in the paper.[2]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

J. Jonah James was voiced by J. K. Simmons who played him in the original Spider-Man trilogy, as well as reprising the role in the following shows:

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