|J. Jonah Jameson|
|Real Name||J. Jonah Jameson|
|Team Affiliations||The Daily Bugle|
Little is known about the early life of Jameson.
At some point, he became the editor-in-chief of the newspaper The Daily Bugle.
When Spider-Man first appeared in public, he began branding the hero a menace through editorial attacks for years.
Captain America's teammate Tony Stark came to the Bugle to get him to change his stance. Jameson refused and the two began arguing. Jameson argued that real heroes should be professionals and not costumed vigilantes.
Later, Captain America was seen to be a hero again though he still smeared Spider-Man.
J. Jonah Jameson bears a grudge against superpowered vigilantes in general, and Spider-Man in particular. He feels that they are given the adoration more due what he describes as real heroes such as police, firemen, paramedics, and news reporters.