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Villain Overview

There's an old saying. Enemies can kill you, but only your friends can hurt you. Spider-Man was a thorn in my side. He ticked me off, embarrassed me, infuriated me... but it's Peter who has finally succeeded in hurting me. And there is a price for that, Robbie. There is one hell of a price for that.
~ J. Jonah Jameson
Turn on the TV. Go online. Pick up a newspaper. We hate them. We love them. We worship them. We condemn them. Hell, maybe we're the ones who elevate them. Maybe we force them to live like this because we need them to live like this. Maybe the only reason they exist is because we can't solve our own problems.
~ J. Jonah Jameson's view on superheroes.
He doesn't want to be famous? Then I'll make him infamous!
~ J. Jonah Jameson's plans to incriminate Spider-Man.

John Jonah Jameson Jr., better known as J. Jonah Jameson, is a major antagonist from Marvel Comics. He most often serves as an antagonist to Spider-Man and She-Hulk. He is the publisher and editor-in-chief of Now Magazine, Woman magazine and most importantly, The Daily Bugle newspaper and website. Jameson holds a hatred for all superhumans or super-powered individuals (especially Spider-Man) and will often use libel and slander in his newspapers and reports to defame and incriminate them to make them seem like villains in the public eye, all to fuel his personal goals and bias.

Although Jameson usually serves as an inactive antagonist, he will occasionally step into the fray and hire assassins, and supervillains to kill superheroes and is directly responsible for the creation of some other extremely dangerous supervillains, namely Scorpion and Man-Wolf. On rare occasions, Jameson will even do battle himself with use of his robotic Spider-Slayers.



Jameson was born in Los Angeles, California to John Jonah Jameson Sr. and Betty Jameson. However, his father left for unknown reasons when Jameson was still a child, leaving Jameson to be raised by his mother and eventual stepfather, retired United States Army veteran David Jameson. However, he was abused by his stepfather, leading him to believe that "heroes" were not always good people. He grew up a Boy Scout and took up hobbies in boxing and photography, and later courted his crush Joan in high school. When he was attacked by three bullies, he used his boxing skills to easily beat them, impressing Joan and kicking off their dating. The two married right out of high school.

Jameson began his journalism career by starting as a paperboy, and later as a reporter for New York City's newspaper The Daily Bugle, later serving as a war correspondent. Through personal assets and inheritance from his recently (presumed) deceased parents, Jameson eventually acquired enough funds to open his own company, Jameson Publications, which then bought the struggling Daily Bugle with the intention of revitalizing it from a cheap tabloid to a popular newspaper. Jameson bought a building to turn into The Daily Bugle's office. He and Joan later would have their son John Jonah Jameson III, but shortly after Joan passed away from unknown circumstances.

Despite his intense hatred for superhumans, Jameson held a respect for normal human minority groups and was a strong opponent of organized crime, even leading to assassination attempts by the Kingpin.

Conflict with Spider-Man


As the number of superhuman individuals began to grow, Jameson became more infuriated by their theatrics and disregard for the law. He began targeting them and even falsifying information regarding their actions in his newspaper to defame and villainize them in the public eye. Though he spoke out against superheroes like the Fantastic Four, Hulk, She-Hulk, and X-Men, he primarily targeted local and less professional superhero Spider-Man, who was, at that time, little more than an entertainer. However, as he began to rise as a superhero vigilante, Jameson soon began defaming Spider-Man, causing so much public hatred for Spider-Man that he was effectively blacklisted from appearing in entertainment.

Soon after, Spider-Man saved Jameson's son, who had become an astronaut, from a disastrous space capsule accident. Despite this, Jameson accused Spider-Man of sabotaging the capsule as a publicity stunt, and incriminated him with the destruction of government property and the endangering of his son's life. Spider-Man became an outcast and an outlaw. Shortly after, Jameson hired a freelance photographer name Peter Parker, who took pictures of Spider-Man's battle against the Vulture.

Jameson battles Spider-Man himself using a Spider-Slayer.

Jameson continued to villainize Spider-Man and discredit his public image through lies and libel, though Spider-Man continued his vigilantism. Eventually, Jameson was overcome with rage and decided to take matters into his own hands. He commissioned Dr. Farley Stillwell to biologically mutate and enhance criminal MacDonald Gargan into the vicious supervillain Scorpion to kill Spider-Man, though this failed when Gargan turned against him. He would later get Spencer Smythe to create the Spider-Slayers, controlled by him, to battle Spider-Man, though this too failed. He would later hire Daniel Berkhart, the second Mysterio, to defeat Spider-Man, but again failed. Jameson fled to France, and returned to try and continue the Spider-Slayer program with Dr. Marla Madison. Though this failed as well, Jameson and Madison fell in love with each other during their time together, and were eventually married.

Business and Family

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Later, the Hobgoblin attempted to blackmail Jameson for his involvement in the creation of the Scorpion. Though this failed, Jameson publicly announced his guilt and stepped down as The Daily Bugle's editor-in-chief, though he remained a publisher. Though he made other attempts to bring down Spider-Man by hiring the Wild Pack, he mainly laid low. He was later kidnapped and impersonated by the Chameleon, who once again used his newspaper to spread anti-Spider-Man propaganda. He was saved by Spider-Man, and The Daily Bugle was temporarily run by Thomas Fireheart, a.k.a. Puma, who was an ally of Spider-Man. Shortly after Jameson regained control of the company, he was blackmailed into selling it to Norman Osborn under the threat of homicide attempts on his wife. He was soon after attacked by supervillain Mad Jack, causing him to go through a downfall until Osborn was driven mad by a ritual he had performed and the company was sold back to Jameson.

Soon after, Jameson and his wife adopted their niece Mattie Franklin, who was also the Spider-Woman. Jameson learned of her identity after a failed heroic outing where she had to be saved by Jessica Jones. Jameson, in return, hired Jones as an investigator and promoted her agency.

Jameson was later attacked by Mysterio, who made it appear that Spider-Man killed him in a deliberate car crash. Jameson was kidnapped by Mysterio, who used illusions to make Jameson believe he was dead and in Hell, tormented by a Spider-Man demon. Jameson was eventually saved by Spider-Man, but lasted deeper hatred for the wall crawler because of the traumatic event.

Civil War

Jameson eventually reached his breaking point during the Civil War, where his son married She-Hulk and he had to contend with a superhuman he hated being his daughter-in-law. Additionally, as a part of the Superhuman Registration Act, Peter Parker announced himself to the world as Spider-Man, angering Jonah and making him feel betrayed. He attempted to sue Peter for fraud, but Parker was protected by the Act.

Finally snapping from rage, Jameson brought back a Spider-Slayer robot and attacked She-Hulk, who defeated him. Jameson committed several acts of libel against Peter and even demanded his arrest. When The Daily Bugle's then editor-in-chief and longtime friend of Jonah Robbie Robertson objected, Jameson fired him. Spider-Man asked Jameson to rehire Robertson, and Jameson only agreed if he could continue his lawsuit.

Spider-Man agreed, then told Jameson to beat him. Jameson was reluctant at first, but proceeded to punch Spider-Man numerous times. Spider-Man then gave Jameson a roll of film containing pictures he had taken of the "fight", telling him to use them as he pleased. However, in a rush of remorse, Jameson destroyed the film, rehired Robbie, and dropped the lawsuit.

Heart Attacks


Later, when Peter Parker sold his marriage to Mary Jane Watson-Parker to Mephisto in order to wipe everyone's memories of his secret identity, Jameson lost all memory of who Spider-Man was. However, the Bugle was under threat of being purchased by Dexter Bennett, causing Jameson to become angry. During an argument with Peter over money, Jameson suddenly collapsed from a heart attack. He was saved, but suffered a second heart attack when he heard his wife had sold the Bugle to Dexter Bennett while he was ill. He recovered, but had lost his nerve and even some of his famous temper.

His wife, Marla, tried to regain the Bugle but it was attacked by Alistair Smythe, and she was killed in the process.

Mayor of New York

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With no company or family to return to, Jameson used his falsified heroic public image to run for mayor and won. Even though Spider-Man and even Jameson's biological father urged him to end his vendetta and bury the hatchet, Jameson instead used his power to assemble an Anti-Spider Squad to hunt down Spider-Man. Spider-Man did his best to remain a hero while being hunted, infuriating Jonah. Even though the Anti-Spider Squad cost the local government a lot and was borderline illegal, Jameson continued it. The organization gained some favor during the infamous "Spider Island" incident.

However, after a series of events where Peter Parker and Doctor Octopus switched bodies, Octavias became the "Superior Spider-Man" and saved Horizon Labs. Jameson, ironically, softened his heart to the new, darker "Spider-Man" (he was unaware it was not the same Spider-Man), and tried to help him. The Superior Spider-Man tried to force Jameson to give him control of the Raft prison, causing Jameson to hate him again. He commissioned new Spider-Slayers, even though the city was being terrorized by the Green Goblin and his organization, the Goblin Nation. This created a scandal that worsened when the Nation took control of the robots, causing Jameson to resign in disgrace. Spider-Man eventually returned and defeated Octopus.

Fact Channel

With no company left to go to and a poor public image, Jameson was hired as a reporter for the Fact Channel. He reported on a story that was interrupted by Black Cat and Electro, and ordered the cameraman to film the ensuing battle when Spider-Man and Silk arrived. Electro managed to electrocute and stun Spider-Man, and Black Cat attempted to remove his mask. Jameson demanded the cameraman zoom in to catch it, but Spider-Man stopped Black Cat before she could do it.

Jameson later used his reporting job to support the company New U Technologies, who claimed they could revive the dead with a new chemical formula, and did so with Jameson's deceased wife Marla. However, New U turned out to be a fraud, cloning patients instead of reviving/curing them. To make matters worse, all carried a disease called the Carrion Virus, which was exploited by Doctor Octopus, causing a worldwide epidemic. Spider-Man was able to stop the disease, but Jameson was fired from his job due to his support of New U.

Interview of the Century


Jameson was later contacted by S.H.I.E.L.D, who asked him to help Spider-Man catch a fugitive named Teresa Durand. Jameson agreed as long as he could finally interview Spider-Man. Tensions rose as the interview progressed, but ended with Jonah finally breaking down and admitting the reason he hated Spider-Man more than anyone was because he was envious of what he had. In order to finally bury the hatchet, Spider-Man revealed his identity to Jonah.

Other Appearances

1967 series

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Jameson appears as recurring minor antagonist in the 1967 animated series Spider-Man, appearing as more dimwitted, but still using the Spider-Slayer to try and get Spider-Man. He was voiced by the late Paul Kligman.

1980s Marvel Animated Universe

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Jameson appeared again in the animated Spider-Man series that ran from 1981 to 1982, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, which ran from 1981 to 1983, and The Incredible Hulk which ran from 1982 to 1983. This interpretation also owned a television station. He was again voiced by the late Paul Kligman.

Spider-Man: The Animated Series

Jameson appeared as a minor antagonist in the 1990s animated series, again using libel and incrimination tactics to defame Spider-Man. He was voiced by the late Ed Asner.

Spider-Man Unlimited

Jameson made a cameo in Spider-Man Unlimited, where he was voiced by Richard Newman.

Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy


Jameson appears as an anti-hero in Sam Rami's live-action Spider-Man film trilogy, where he was famously portrayed by J.K. Simmons. Here, he is portrayed as cynical and bitter, but honorable. Though he does not resort to the violence and illegal actions he does in the comics, he uses libel to defame Spider-Man and even cause him to temporarily quit in the second film.

While most of Jameson's past is kept a mystery in the series, he is shown to be happily married to his wife and the proud father of his son John, who has become a successful astronaut and even gone to the moon. Jameson is also shown to be strict with his employees as well as tight with money. He does, however, care about them as shown when he went out of his way to protect Peter from the Green Goblin.

In Spider-Man (2002). Following the appearance of Spider-Man in New York City, Jameson immediately took a disliking to the superhero, believing he was nothing more than a costumed vigilante and that the real heroes were ones like police officers, firemen, and astronauts (like his son). He hated the idea of reporting on Spider-Man, but when newspapers with Spider-Man headlining sold out, he decided to continue reporting on Spider-Man to make extra profit as well as use his newspaper to antagonize and defame him in the process. However, needing better pictures, he hires Peter Parker as a freelance photographer, unaware Parker is Spider-Man.

Later on, after Spider-Man's encounter and subsequent battle with the Green Goblin, Jameson uses the newspaper to report that Spider-Man and the Goblin worked together to attack the city. Then, intent on finding Spider-Man, the Green Goblin crashes through the building's wall on his glider and attacks Jameson, holding him in a choke hold and demanding who the photographer who takes pictures of Spider-Man is.

As Peter rushes to get into costume and confront the Goblin, Jameson honorably stalls and lies, telling the Goblin that he does not know the photographer's identity and that his pictures come to him by mail. The Goblin is not fooled, but Spider-Man arrives and tells the Green Goblin to put Jameson down. The Goblin does so, but Jameson retaliates by exclaiming that Spider-Man's quick arrival was proof the two were working together. Spider-Man simply webs his mouth shut, however, and Jameson escapes.

Afterwards, Jameson glorified himself in the newspapers by writing that he was the brave hero fending off two supervillains in his office. Jameson continues to falsely report on Spider-Man, even writing a headline saying that the people demand his arrest.

In Spider-Man 2 (2004), Jameson becomes a supporting antagonist. He continues to defame Spider-Man, and demands a constant supply of Spider-Man pictures to use in his paper. He even threatens to fire Peter when Peter says he does not want to let Jameson hurt Spider-Man anymore.

After an accident that turned Dr. Otto Octavius into Doctor Octopus, Jameson immediately singles him out as a new supervillain and gives him is name of "Doctor Octopus". He wants to fire Peter for not getting any pictures of the accident, but hires him again when he needs Peter to cover for his society photographer at a ball to celebrate his son John.

At the event, Jameson has Peter take pictures of him and his wife with New York's elite, and later has him take a picture of his son John with his new fiancée Mary Jane Watson, unaware Mary Jane is Peter's love interest.

With a mounting series of troubles including Jameson's defaming, losing his powers, losing his lover, missing school and work, and losing his best friend Harry Osborn, Peter Parker decides to quit being Spider-Man and throws his costume in the garbage. A garbageman finds the costume and delivers it to Jameson, who laughs and mounts the costume as a trophy on the wall of his office.

Later, Doctor Octopus resurfaces and kidnaps Mary Jane, using the return of Spider-Man as her ransom. Jameson, for the first time, feels regret and remorse, as he knows if he had not helped drive Spider-Man away, Spider-Man could have stopped Ock. However, Peter regains his powers and goes after Ock, taking his suit back from Jameson's office, causing Jameson to lash out in a fit of rage and go back to hating Spider-Man. He is last seen at his son's wedding after Mary Jane stands John up at the altar, telling his wife to call the caterer and tell her not to open the caviar.

Jameson makes his third appearance in Spider-Man 3 (2007), this time as an anti-hero once more. Despite Jameson's efforts, Spider-Man receives a surge in popularity, becoming something of an icon for New York. Sales begin to drop based on the fact that The Daily Bugle is one of the only anti-Spider-Man newspapers anymore, but Jameson hires a new freelance photographer named Edward Brock Jr. to bring in more Spider-Man photos. Following his firing of a staff photographer named Johnson (though he initially believes that Johnson had quit), he is then presented with a choice over who will get the staff photographer job that has now opened up: Brock, whose pictures he likes better, or Parker, who has worked with the paper for years and been loyal to them. Jameson decides that the one that gets a picture of Spider-Man doing something incriminating will get the job.

Brock comes by later after Spider-Man dons his new black suit, having gotten a photo of the black-suited Spider-Man robbing a bank. A delighted Jameson gives Brock the staff job, but a furious Peter comes forward with evidence that Brock's photo is a fake as he actually doctored one of Peter's original photos to make it look like Spider-Man robbed the bank when it never actually happened. Despite his hatred for Spider-Man, Jameson is completely outraged that Brock would doctor a photo to frame Spider-Man for a crime he didn't commit, though this is more due to the fact that the Bugle must now print a retraction as a result (which he claims he hasn't had to do in twenty years). In light of these revelations, Jameson furiously fires Brock and issues the retraction with a brief but sincere apology to Spider-Man for the trouble that Eddie caused.

Peter later comes by to sell Jameson his pictures, and demands double money and the staff job if Jameson wants them. Jameson reluctantly agrees, and notes Peter's sudden change in personality, caused by the corruption of the suit. Jameson later appears witnessing the battle between Spider-Man, the New Goblin, Sandman, and Venom, wondering where Parker is and why he is not taking pictures. He buys a camera from a little girl, and is angry when he is forced to buy film as well.

Despite no more films being released, it is safely assumed that Jameson continued to serve as Peter's boss and bash Spider-Man.

2000s Spider-Man Video Games

Jameson also appears as a recurring character in the video games based on the 2000s films. In both games he was voiced by Jay Gordon. However, in the video-game tie-in for the third film, Simmons reprised his role.

Jameson appears as a minor character in the video game tie-in to the first film.

In the video game tie-in to the second film, Jameson appears as a more major character and goes up against Spider-Man by using Peter Parker's pictures of Spider-Man fighting Mysterio to say that the two are in cahoots and terrorizing the town.

In the video game tie-in to the third film, Spider-Man goes up against the terrorist organization the H-Bombers, led by the Mad Bomber. The H-Bombers kidnap Jameson, and he must be saved by Spider-Man, though he is not grateful.

Later, Jameson tells Eddie Brock and Peter Parker that whoever gets a shot of Spider-Man doing something illegal will get the recently opened staff photographer job. Brock attempts to use someone dressed as Spider-Man to fake a crime, but the real Spider-Man (in the symbiote suit) shows up and punches Brock in the face. Brock, using other cameras, is able to snap the attack, but Spider-Man smashes all of his cameras.

The Simpsons


J. Jonah Jameson makes a cameo appearance in the season eighteen episode "Moe'N'a Lisa" of the animated sitcom television series The Simpsons, with J. K. Simmons reprising the role. In the episode, he runs a poetry publishing agency that steals Moe Szyslak's poem and uses it in a poetry book without permission. He later demands photos of Spider-Man. After being told that he runs a poetry publishing agency, Jameson demands poems about Spider-Man.

The Amazing Spider-Man films

Jonah makes no physical appearance in the films; however, he is seen messaging Peter Parker about Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, where he refuses to accept Spider-Man is a hero.

Spider-Man: The New Animated Series

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Jameson appears as a more heroic character in Spider-Man: The New Animated Series as Peter Parker's boss who still does not like Spider-Man and incriminates him for crimes, but is kinder to Peter. He was voiced by Keith Carradine.

Spectacular Spider-Man

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Jameson appears a supporting character and minor antagonist as he still uses libel against Spider-Man. He has continual mood swings that cause him to be chipper and extravagant one minute and bitter and violent the next. He was voiced by Daran Norris.

2010 Marvel Animated Universe

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Jameson appears as a recurring antagonist in the 2010 Marvel Animated Universe, appearing in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man, voiced again by J.K. Simmons. His roles are usually minor, however.

Marvel's Avengers Assemble

Jameson makes a cameo in a few episodes.

Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H

Jameson appears as a minor antagonist, speaking out against Hulk and the agents of S.M.A.S.H. on numerous occasions. The role was once again reprised by J.K. Simmons.

Spider-Man: Edge of Time

Jameson appears as a minor character in Spider-Man: Edge of Time, part of the Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions series. He was voiced by Fred Tatasciore.

LEGO Marvel Universe

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LEGO Marvel Superheroes: Maximum Overload

Jameson makes a minor cameo appearance, again voiced by J.K. Simmons.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

Jameson appears as a minor comic relief character and playable character in the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes video game. He was voiced by John DiMaggio.

Cyanide and Happiness


A parody of Jameson, named John J. Johanson, appears in the episode "The Daily Boogle" of the adult animated webseries Cyanide and Happiness, voiced by Joel Watson. The episode serves as a comedic parody of Spider-Man, with Johanson demanding pictures of "Spider-Dude" from his photographer Parker Peters, but it is later revealed that he wants the photos because he is sexually attracted to Spider-Dude and enjoys looking at him in sensual poses.

Marvel Cinematic Universe

This version of the character, once again portrayed by J.K. Simmons, is separate from the one which appeared in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy. Instead of running a newspaper joint, J. Jonah Jameson is a conspiracy theorist and web personality who hosts, a controversial news show. He also pushes psuedo-medication on his program to generate side revenue. This depiction of the character is heavily inspired by the real life conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

Spider-Man: Far From Home

There you have it folks, conclusive proof that Spider-Man was responsible for the brutal murder of Mysterio, an interdimensional warrior who gave his life to protect our planet and who will no doubt go down in history as the greatest superhero of all time. But that's not all folks, here's the real blockbuster. Brace yourselves, you might want to sit down.
~ J. Jonah Jameson commenting about the doctored footage received from Mysterio and his crew.

Appearing in the mid-credits scene, he receives edited footage of Spider-Man and Mysterio's battle in London, which Mysterio used to framed Spider-Man for murdering him and proceeded to expose his identity as Peter Parker. He later aired the footage on The Daily Bugle, proclaiming Mysterio as "The greatest superhero of all time" calling the exposé a "real blockbuster".

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Jameson makes another cameo appearance in the film's post-credits scene, which is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After being transported there from his home universe, the first thing Eddie Brock sees is Jameson's report on Spider-Man's true identity.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Jameson returns in No Way Home as a major antagonist. Throughout the film, Jameson and his news crew would stalk Peter Parker wherever he went, hoping to further sensationalize the embattled crimefighter. Even after May Parker was killed by Green Goblin, Jameson continued to gaslight Peter relentlessly until his memories were altered by him and Doctor Strange, making him completely unaware that Peter even existed. Despite this, he continues to try to ruin Spider-Man's reputation.


John Jonah Jameson Jr. is cynical, wrathful and is not afraid to show it. He is constantly cruel and mean to his staff and those around him, and is often bossy, arrogant, short-tempered and controlling. He especially hates superhumans (both heroes and villains), and will resort to lies, slander, libel, and propaganda to defame and distort their public images. He rarely enters the fray himself, but when he does, he is shown to be determined and even a bit sadistic, as he wants nothing more than power over his opponents. This, of course, translates over to his constant conflict with Spider-Man, which has pushed him to outright criminal actions and supervillainy himself. Even when he is not engaging opponents physically, he will hire or recruit others to do it for him, such as Mysterio and the Anti-Spider Squad, crossing over into a field of evil that he himself claims to despise. He can even be unstable and lash out in rage and violence, such as with his attack on She-Hulk.

There are also times where Jameson can be a hypocrite, as while he vehemently opposes Spider-Man, he does sometimes praise the heroics of others, with Captain America being a good example. Jameson often claims that Spider-Man poses a threat to New York and its people with his vigilantism and secret identity. As well as believing that Spider-Man attracts the super-powered crime that the Web-Slinger is devoted to fighting against. While there are some fragments of truth in this statement, he still purposefully muddles outright facts with his own biased opinions, and will almost always use anything he can to say that Spider-Man is involved and/or to blame. All in all, Jameson believes that Spider-Man cannot be trusted as long as he hides who he is.

However, Jameson does show, deep down, to have a more caring side, which he expresses to his wives, son and Peter Parker at times. While he has shown that he is not above villainy to achieve his goals, he is not expressly evil, and does care about his city and its people. It has also been revealed multiple times that Jameson hates superhumans, especially Spider-Man, really because he is envious of their gifts. Even then, there are moments where he does go out of his way to defend them or thank them if they save his life.


  • Stan Lee modeled Jameson's appearance and personality off of himself, and even expressed a desire to portray Jameson in film or television. Lee eventually got his wish in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, voicing the version of Jameson from the 1967 series.
  • J. Jonah Jameson was created by the late Stan Lee and the late Steve
  • Jameson's appearance would serve as an inspiration for the supervillain Omni-Man from the the Invincible comics. Coincidentally, J.K. Simmons would provide the voice of Omni-Man in the Invincible animated series.
  • In the Sam Raimi universe J. Jonah Jameson was only know to give the main antagonists there nicknames . He name Norman Osborn as The Green Goblin, Dr Otto Octavius as Doc Ock, Flint Marko as Sandman (or at least Hal fishman gave him his name after Jameson mentioned it first.) But it's still unknown if Jameson gave Eddie Brock Jr his own nickname to be known as Venom but he might probably mentioned it himself off scene.

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Spider-Man: Green Goblin | Dennis Carradine | Bank Robbers | Harry Osborn | J. Jonah Jameson
Spider-Man 2: Doctor Octopus | Harry Osborn | J. Jonah Jameson | Green Goblin
Spider-Man 3: Venom | Sandman | New Goblin | J. Jonah Jameson | Green Goblin | Dennis Carradine
The Amazing Spider-Man: Lizard | Gustav Fiers | Cash Register Thief | Norman Osborn
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Electro | Green Goblin | Donald Menken | Rhino | Alistair Smythe | Ashley Kafka | Felicia Hardy | Gustav Fiers | Norman Osborn
Spider-Man: Homecoming: Bestman Salvage (Vulture, Tinkerer, Shocker #1, Shocker #2 & Randy Vale) | Mac Gargan | Aaron Davis
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: Kingpin | Doctor Octopus | Prowler | Tombstone | Scorpion | Green Goblin | Vanessa Fisk | Richard Fisk
Spider-Man: Far From Home: Mysterio's Crew (Mysterio, William Ginter Riva, Victoria Snow, Gutes Guterman, Janice Lincoln, & Doug) | Elementals (Molten Man, Hydro-Man, Sandman, Cyclone and Elemental Fusion) | Skrulls (Talos) | Obadiah Stane | J. Jonah Jameson
Spider-Man: No Way Home: Raimiverse (Green Goblin (Earth-TRN925), Sandman (Earth-TRN927) & Doctor Octopus (Earth-TRN926)) | Webbverse (Electro (Earth-TRN929) & Lizard (Earth-TRN928)) | J. Jonah Jameson | Venom | Mysterio

Spider-Man (1967)
Vulture | Green Goblin | Electro | Rhino | Mysterio | Doctor Octopus | Scorpion | Human Fly | Kingpin | Lizard | Spider-Slayer | Sandman | Dr. Matto Magneto | Enforcers (Cowboy and Ox) | Frederick Foswell | Mole Man | J. Jonah Jameson

Spider-Man (1981)
Doctor Doom | Kingpin | Doctor Octopus | Lizard | Black Cat | Sandman | Silvermane | Magneto | Mysterio | Ringmaster | Green Goblin | Sidewinder | Kraven the Hunter | Red Skull | Chameleon | Vulture | Hammerhead | Wizard | Medusa

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981)
Green Goblin | Kraven the Hunter | Doctor Doom | Swarm | Chameleon | Electro | Brotherhood of Mutants (Magneto, Blob, Toad, and Mastermind) | Mysterio | Loki Laufeyson | Ymir | Mordred | Kingpin | Doctor Faustus | Red Skull | Juggernaut | Shocker | Sandman | Dracula | Scorpion | Beetle | Doctor Octopus | A.I.M.

Spider-Man: The Animated Series
Kingpin | Green Goblin (Norman Osborn and Harry Osborn) | Doctor Octopus | Hobgoblin | Venom | Vanessa Fisk | Richard Fisk | Silvermane | Insidious Six (Scorpion, (Spider-Man (clone), Rhino, Mysterio, Chameleon, Shocker, and Vulture) | Black Cat | Lizard | Morbius | Spider-Carnage | Spider-Slayers (Alistair Smythe) | Carnage | Baron Mordo | Dormammu | Silver Sable | Hydro-Man | Prowler | Doctor Doom | Red Skull | Electro | Hammerhead | Tombstone | Punisher | Kraven the Hunter | Calypso | Herbert Landon | Jackal | Owl | Spot | Beyonder | J. Jonah Jameson

Spider-Man Unlimited
High Evolutionary | Venom | Carnage | Electro | Kraven the Hunter | Green Goblin | Vulture | Man-Wolf | J. Jonah Jameson

Spider-Man: The New Animated Series
Harry Osborn | Electro | Kraven the Hunter | Turbo Jet | Kingpin | Lizard | Shikata | Silver Sable

The Spectacular Spider-Man
Green Goblin | Tombstone | Doctor Octopus | Hammerhead | Venom (Eddie Brock) | Sinister Six (Rhino, Vulture, Electro, Sandman, Mysterio, and Kraven the Hunter) | Chameleon | Tinkerer | Enforcers (Shocker, Ricochet and Ox) | Molten Man | Silvermane | Silver Sable | Harry Osborn | Lizard | J. Jonah Jameson | Black Cat | Miles Warren | Frederick Foswell | Calypso | Roderick Kingsley | Morris Bench | Cletus Kasady

Ultimate Spider-Man
Doctor Octopus | Green Goblin | Harry Osborn | Taskmaster | HYDRA (Arnim Zola, Crossbones, Morbius, and Baron Mordo) | Sinister Six (Kraven the Hunter, Rhino, Electro, Scorpion, Vulture, and Hydro-Man) | Toad | Batroc the Leaper | Beetle | Lizard | Frightful Four (Wizard, Trapster & Klaw) | Juggernaut | Sandman | Venom | Loki Laufeyson | The Collector | Grandmaster | Carnage | Wolf Spider | Ultimate Green Goblin | Shocker | Shriek | Swarm | Dracula | Spider-Slayers (Kaine) | Absorbing Man | Abomination | Annihilus | Arcade | Attuma | Awesome Android | Blastaar | Blizzard | Boomerang | Chitauri | Deadpool | Destroyer | Doctor Doom | Dormammu | Skurge | Enforcers (Montana, Fancy Dan, Ox) | Frost Giants | Grizzly | Hammerhead | Jack O'Lantern | Korvac | The Leader | Living Laser | Man-Wolf | Maximus | Melter | Mesmero | M.O.D.O.K. | Molten Man | Mister Negative | Mysterio | Nightmare | Norma Osborn | Phalanx | Sabretooth | Skaar | Galactus | Ulik | Whirlwind | Wrecker | Piledriver | Thunderball | Bulldozer | Ymir | Zodiac | Scorpio | Zzzax | J. Jonah Jameson

Spider-Man (2017)
Symbiotes (Venom, Scream, Scorn, and Mania) | Dark Goblin | Hobgoblin | Doctor Octopus | Vulture/Goblin King | Alistair Smythe | Rhino | Jackal | Hammerhead | Electro | A.I.M. (M.O.D.O.K.) | Spider-Slayers | Lizard | Tinkerer | Swarm | Scorpion | Sinister Six | Kraven the Hunter | Man-Wolf | Silver Sable | Beetle | Spot | Prowler | Molten Man | Mister Negative | Chameleon | HYDRA (Crossbones and Arnim Zola) | Black Cat | Ghost | Blizzard | Absorbing Man | Crimson Dynamo | Overdrive | Mysterio | Jack O'Lantern | Silvermane | Lady Octopus | Paladin | Puma | Shocker | Living Brain | Sandman | Technovore | Baron Mordo | Knull | J. Jonah Jameson

Spidey and His Amazing Friends (2021)
Green Goblin | Doctor Octopus | Rhino

Video Games
The Amazing Spider-Man & Captain America in Dr. Doom's Revenge: Doctor Doom | Electro | Hobgoblin | Rhino | Boomerang | Grey Gargoyle | Oddball | Batroc the Leaper | Mysterio
Spider-Man: Return of the Sinister Six: Sinister Six (Doctor Octopus, Electro, Hobgoblin, Mysterio, Sandman and Vulture)
Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin: Kingpin | Doctor Octopus | Lizard | Electro | Sandman | Hobgoblin | Venom | Tinkerer | Mysterio | Vulture | Bullseye | Typhoid Mary
Spider-Man & X-Men: Arcade's Revenge: Arcade | Carnage | Rhino | Apocalypse | Juggernaut | Selene Gallio | Sentinels | Master Mold
Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage: Carnage | Shriek | Doppelganger | Demogoblin | Carrion
Spider-Man and Venom: Separation Anxiety: The Jury | Sentry | Ramshot | Screech | Bomblast | Firearm | Wysper | Life Foundation | Symbiotes (Carnage | Riot | Phage | Lasher | Agony | Scream)
Spider-Man (2000): Doctor Octopus | Symbiotes | (Carnage, Venom) | Jade Syndicate | Monster Ock | Scorpion | Rhino | Mysterio, J. Jonah Jameson, Lizard
Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro: Electro | Beetle | Hammerhead | Lizard |Sandman | Shocker
Spider-Man (2002): Green Goblin | Shocker | Vulture | Spider-Slayers | Scorpion | Kraven the Hunter | Dennis Carradine | Harry Osborn | J. Jonah Jameson
Spider-Man 2: Doctor Octopus | Harry Osborn | Rhino | Mysterio | Shocker | Puma | Black Cat | Vulture | Calypso | J. Jonah Jameson
Ultimate Spider-Man: Bolivar Trask | Venom | Vulture | Silver Sable | Shocker | R.H.I.N.O. | Electro | Beetle | Green Goblin | Sandman | Carnage
Spider-Man 3: Venom | Sandman | New Goblin | Lizard | Scorpion | Kraven the Hunter | Calypso | Kingpin | Rhino | Morbius | Shriek | H-Bombers (Mad Bomber) | J. Jonah Jameson
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows: Spider-Man | Venom | Kingpin | Black Cat | Vulture | Electro | Tinkerer | Rhino
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions: Mysterio | Kraven the Hunter | Hammerhead | Hobgoblin | Electro | Sandman | Vulture | Scorpion | Deadpool | Juggernaut | Silver Sable | Goblin | Serena Patel | Carnage
Spider-Man: Edge of Time: Peter Parker | Atrocity | Walker Sloan
The Amazing Spider-Man: Spider-Slayers (Alistair Smythe) | Lizard | Rhino | Vermin | Scorpion | Felicia Hardy | Iguana | Nattie
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Carnage | Kingpin | Green Goblin | Shocker | Kraven the Hunter | Black Cat | Electro | Chameleon | Norman Osborn | Cash Register Thief
Marvel's Spider-Man: Sinister Six (Doctor Octopus, Mister Negative, Electro, Vulture, Rhino and Scorpion) | Inner Demons | Norman Osborn | Silver Sable | Kingpin | Shocker | Tombstone | Taskmaster | Black Cat | Screwball | Hammerhead | Walter Hardy | Yuriko Watanabe
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Roxxon Energy Corporation (Simon Krieger) | The Underground (Tinkerer) | Prowler | Rhino | Kingpin | Norman Osborn | Doctor Octopus | Vulture

See Also
Black Cat Villains | Cloak & Dagger Villains | Morbius: The Living Vampire Villains | Prowler Villains | Punisher Villains | Scarlet Spider Villains | Silk Villains | Silver Sable Villains | Solo Villains | Sony's Spider-Man Universe Villains | Spider-Girl Villains | Spider-Gwen Villains | Spider-Man 2099 Villains | Spider-Man Noir Villains | Spider-Woman Villains | Toei's Spider-Man Villains | Venom Villains

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Animated Features
Wicked Wazir | Grifter the Ringmaster | Snivley | Mugger | Green Goose | Tanya Malachite | Ali and Bobo | Madame Hecuba | Tulip | Loc-Nar | The Girl | The Queen | Captain Lincoln F. Sternn | Dark Heart | Marvin McNasty | Lumpy and Bones | Rothbart | Bridget | Alligators | Eva Friedal | Tyler | Lambert | Odin | The Crystal | Boyd | Monty | Rock Holmes | Duke Red | Vincent Volaju | Dr. Edward Steam | Sephiroth | Remnants of Sephiroth (Kadaj) | Rufus Shinra | The Beast | Constance Nebbercracker | Seijiro Inui | Shaw | Tank Evans | Frederic Downing | Curtis Miller | Ron Davis | Fifi | Mayor Shelbourne | General Grawl | Professor Kipple | Doug | Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine | Allan | Tom | Pedro | Falcon | Aristides Silk | Red Rackham | Queen Victoria | Black Bellamy | Budzo | Cecil | Arachnids | Quasimodo Wilson | Esmeralda | Ada Wong | Svetlana Belikova | Unidentified Tyrant series | Lickers | Ezekiel Stane | Chester V | Live Corp (Chester V's Holograms & Barb) | Punisher | Black Widow | Leviathan (Orion) | Cain | Bela | Bat Cronies | Ed and Edna | King Leonard Mudbeard | Green Pigs (Ross, Foreman Pig, Chef Pig & Corporal Pig) | Titus Drautos | Ardyn Izunia | Somnus Lucis Caelum | Douche | Gargamel (2017) | Azrael (2017) | Monty | Akihiko Kayaba | Glenn Arias | Diego Gomez | Maria Gomez | A-Virus | Zombies | Smiler | Anti-Virus Bots | Hunter | King Herod | Thaddeus and Rufus | Abraham Van Helsing | Ericka Van Helsing | Wolfram | Swordkil | Daigo | Nobu | All For One | Kingpin | Doctor Octopus | Prowler | Green Goblin | Scorpion | Tombstone | Vanessa Fisk | Richard Fisk | Zeta | Debbie | Glenn | Brad | Axel | Carl | Jerry | Kira | Hank | Nine | Slice | Mummy | Chimera | League of Villains (Tomura Shigaraki) | Ilvira | Gingerbread guards | Baba Yaga | Kolobok | Enmu | Akaza | PAL Labs (PAL, PAL Max, Glaxxon 5000 & PAL Max Prime) | Pockets | Lutador | Lapin | Barry | Pigmies | Luther | Hamsters

Live-Action Films
Wilhelm Tanz | Colonel Sandauer | French Taunter | Bridge Keeper | Rabbit of Caerbannog | Knights Who Say Ni | Three-Headed Giant | Black Beast of Argh | Black Knight | The Animator | Unidentified Knight | Travis Bickle | John Neville | Judge Fleming | Miss Hannigan | Rooster and Lily St. Regis | Reginald Dyer | Nathuram Godse | Christine | John Kreese | Cobra Kai (Johnny Lawrence, Dutch, Bobby Brown, Tommy & Jimmy) | Gozer | Stay Puft Marshmallow Man | Terror Dogs (Zuul & Vinz Clortho) | Library Ghost | Murray Plotsky | Central Park Thief | Billy Chapman | Mother Superior | Killer Santa | Ricky Chapman | Lieutenant Colonel Podovsky | Marshall Murdock | Sergeant Yushin | Captain Vinh | Lieutenant Tay | River Pirates (Trong Kinh) | Lifer | Ericson | Jerry Dandridge | Billy Cole | Evil Ed | John Ryder | Jareth | Goblin Army | Chozen Toguchi | Sato Toguchi | Toshio & Taro | Felice Dunbar | The Blob | Dr. Meddows | Regine Dandrige | Colonel Zaysen | Sergeant Kourov | Tomask | Shop Assistant | Terry Silver | Mike Barnes | Snake | Dennis | Vigo | Janosz Poha | Scoleri Brothers | Jack Merridew | Roger | Vilos Cohaagen (1990) | Mars Colony Security Force (Carl Hauser, Richter, Lori, Helm, Everett, Benny & Harry) | Dr. Edgemar | Annie Wilkes | Raymond Zhang | Nigel Griffith | Moon | Kara | Luis Cali | Jack Thrope | Carlos | Ruiz | Jorge | T-1000 | Douglas | Skynet | Abigail Craven | Tully Alford | James Hook (1991) | Mr. Smee (1991) | Catherine Tramell | Luc Deveraux | Andrew Scott | Colonel Nathan R. Jessup | Jonathan Kendrick | Matthew Markinson | Eric Qualen | Richard Travers | Kynette | Delmar | Kristel | Ryan | Heldon | Mike | Ray | Mitch Leary | Leland Gaunt | John "Ace" Merrill | Jed Hill | Koga | Ishikawa | Glam | Vinnie | Slam | Darren | Gerald Thomas | Stewart Swinton | Colonel Dugan | Ned Randall | Charlie | Gabe | Morgan | Bogs Diamond | Byron Hadley | Elmo Blatch | Samuel Norton | Sisters | Jack Harding | J.J. | Jimmy | Eddy | Joe St. George | Fouchet | Casper | Ferguson | Prince Malagant | Ralf | Iago | Roderigo | Van Pelt | Dracula | Mark Cordell | Cable Guy | Agatha Trunchbull | Harry Wormwood | Byron De La Beckwith | King Claudius | Zorg Industries (Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg & Right Arm) | Mangalores | Ultimate Evil | Edgar the Bug | Egor Korshunov | Andrei Kolchak | Vladimir Krasin | Agent Gibbs | Boris Bazylev | Sergei Lenski | Igor Nevsky | Ivan Radek | Arachnids | Mary Ann Rogers | Lothar Zogg | C.J. | Carl | Buelow | Zed | Klaus | Lars | Eric | Zilla | Baby Zilla | Don Rafael Montero | Harrison Love | K. Edgar Singer | Huxley | Bill the Bug | Pesties | Alley Cats (Smokey, Monty, Lucky, Red & Unnamed Gray Cat) | Snowbell | S.E.T.H. | Deacon | William Tavington | Eric Knox | Vivian Wood | Altaaf Khan | Hilal Kohistani | Judith Fessbeggler | Genus | General Granger | Russell Woodman | Green Goblin | Dennis Carradine | Harry Osborn | J. Jonah Jameson | Falcon | Chuck Cedar | Mac McGrath | Serleena | Scrad & Charlie | Jarra | Dog Poop | Corn Face | Pineal Eye | Mosh Tendrils | Flesh Balls | Jeff | Creepy | Kylothians | Devlin Bowman | Alistair Pratt | Jeannine Richardson | Rachel Wright | Arnold Gundars | Zhu Tam | Colonel Idris Sadick | Commander Terwaze | Fulani Rebels | Gwyneth Harridan | Jenny | Bruce | T-X | T-1 | Johnny Tapia | James Hook (2003) | Mr. Smee (2003) | Don Price | Grigori Rasputin | Karl Ruprecht Kroenen | Ilsa Von Haupstein | Sammael | Ogdru-Jahad (Behemoth) | Punisher | Howard Saint | Quentin Glass | Livia Saint | John Saint | The Russian | Harry Heck | Mickey Duka | Warren Vandergeld | Vandergeld Sisters | Heath and Russ | Doctor Octopus | Kayako Saeki | Toshio Saeki | Takeo Saeki | Brother Sum | The Beast | The Harpists | Big Al | Boogeyman | Warden Hazen | Mr. Electric | Minus | Count Armand | Jacob McGivens | Zorgons | Robot | Hatsumomo | Jerry McDowell | Calvin Sims | Mr. Walken | Rosco | Bruno | Concussion | Aubrey Davis | Mrs. Kawamata | Vanessa Cassidy | Trish Kimble | Venom | Sandman | Jigsaw | James Russoti | Carmine Gazzera | Ink | Maginty | Lance Warner | Camp Canola (Robert Jeffrey Warner) | Fatoush | Grant Walbridge | Salim Yousfobdal | Derek Huff | Ted Jones | Budlofsky | Matheson | Carol Brazier | Carl Anheuser | Veck Simms | James Kent | The Tornado | T-RIP | Serena Kogan | Koobus Venter | Piet Smit | Obesandjo | Ted Winter | Master Li | Cheng | Liang | Roger Wesley | David Ershon | Benjamin Chudnofsky | Frank Scanlon | Shane | Gargamel (2011) | Azrael (2011) | Boris the Animal | Weasel | Lilly | Obadiah Price | Mr. Wu | Boglodites | Martin Vanger | Gottfried Vanger | Vilos Cohaagen (2012) | United Federation of Britain (Carl Hauser, Lori, Harry & Police Synthetics) | Lizard | Gustav Fiers | Cash Register Thief | Norman Osborn | Satan | Danny McBride | Jonah Hill | Demons | Ursa | Skrel | Eli Raphelson | Martin Walker | Emil Stenz | Skip Tyler | Muriel Walker | Frat boy Andy | Vexy and Hackus | Electro | Green Goblin | Donald Menken | Rhino | Ashley Kafka | Felicia Hardy | Vladimir Pushkin | Nicolai Itchenko | Slavi | Agent Kruger | Jessica Delacourt | John Carlyle | Guy Danlily | Miss Hannigan | Annie's Fake Parents | Jungler | Vincent Moore | Hippo | Amerika | Ninja | Yolandi | Vincent Sofel | Donkey Kong | Pac-Man | Eddie Plant | Lady Lisa | Slappy the Dummy | Monsters (Giant Praying Mantis, Will Blake, Lawn Gnomes, Madame Doom, Brent Green, Haunted Car, Count Nightwing, The Haunted Mask, Igor, Headless Horseman, Nila Rahmad, Grim Reaper & Bride of Frankenstein) | Norman Nordstrom | Rowan North | Mayhem | Martin Heiss | Electrocuted Ghost | Gertrude Aldridge | Bartholomew Bogue | McCann | Denali | Francis Begbie | Sick Boy | Bestman Salvage (Vulture, Tinkerer, Shocker #1, Shocker #2 & Randy Vale) | Mac Gargan | Aaron Davis | Jason Van Horn | Doc | Darling | Bats | Eddie No-Nose | Griff | Wallace Corporation (Niander Wallace & Luv) | Russel Van Pelt | Tommy Madigan | Dave York | Thomas McGregor | Mr. McGregor | Mrs. McGregor | James Tod | Slender Man | Eddie Brock/Venom | Carlton Drake/Riot | Life Foundation (Roland Treece) | Cletus Kasady | High-T | The Twins | Riza Stavros | Luca Brasi | The Hive | Mysterio's Crew (Mysterio, William Ginter Riva, Victoria Snow, Gutes Guterman, Janice Lincoln, & Doug) | Elementals (Molten Man, Hydro-Man, Sandman, Cyclone & Elemental Fusion) | John Bosley | Hodak | Alexander Brock | Jurgen the Brutal | Fiona Landers | Melinda Landers | Sam Landers | Isabel Aretas | Armando Armas | Melanie Cole | Dr. Emil Harting | Jimmy Dalton | Marcus Tibbs | Barnabas | Samuel Whiskers | Tom Kitten | Mitten | Raylan | Carnage | Shriek | Kasady Family | Ivo Shandor | Braddock | Santiago Moncada | Michael Morbius | Milo Morbius

See Also
007 Villains | Aardman Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | Angry Birds Villains | Bad Boys Villains | Blade Runner Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Buena Vista International Villains | Castle Rock Entertainment Villains | Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Villains | Cowboy Bebop Villains | Community Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Final Fantasy Villains | Fright Night Villains | Ghostbusters Villains | Ghost Rider Villains | Godzilla Villains | Goosebumps Villains | Hellboy Villains | Hotel Transylvania Villains | Jackie Chan Adventures Villains | Jerry Bruckheimer Villains | Jumanji Villains | Karate Kid Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Men in Black Villains | Morbius: The Living Vampire Villains | Muppet Villains | Netflix Villains | New Line Cinema Villains | Punisher Villains | Paramount Villains | Rambo Villains | Resident Evil Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | Robocop Villains | Sony's Spider-Man Universe Villains | Spider-Man Villains | Steven Spielberg Villains | Stuart Little Villains | Syfy Villains | Stephen King Villains | Terminator Villains | The Boondocks Villains | The Boys Villains | The Dark Crystal Villains | The Grudge Villains | Total Recall Villains | Trainspotting Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Underworld Villains | Universal Soldier Villains | Venom Villlains | Village Roadshow Pictures Villains | Warner Bros. Villains | XXX Villains

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Ten Rings
Mandarin | Raza Hamidmi Al-Wazar | Abu Bakaar | Ahmed | Omar | Ten Rings Agent | Jackson Norriss | HYDRA Buyer | Death Dealer | Razor Fist | Gao Lei

Strategic Operations Command Center
Abomination | Thunderbolt Ross

Hammer Industries
Justin Hammer | Jack | Hammer Drones

Frost Giants
Loki Laufeyson | Laufey | Grundroth | Hailstrum | Raze | Jotunheim Beast

Hive | Red Skull | Arnim Zola | Daniel Whitehall | Wolfgang von Strucker | Grant Ward | Gideon Malick

Centipede Group
John Garrett | Ian Quinn | Raina | Edison Po | Deathlok | Debbie | Vanchat | Scorch | Kaminsky

Alexander Pierce | Crossbones | Jack Rollins

Winter Soldiers
Vasily Karpov | Winter Soldier | Josef | Wilfred Nagel

Aida | General Hale | Wilfred Malick | Heinz Kruger | HYDRA Lieutenant | Velt | Jasper Sitwell | Russo | Senator Stern | List | Scarlet Witch | Quicksilver | Mitchell Carson | HYDRA Buyer | Sunil Bakshi | Absorbing Man | Agent 33 | Blizzard | Kebo | Werner von Strucker | Giyera | Lucio | Alisha Whitley | Primitives | Hero Mercs | Dr. Leopold Fitz | Alistair Fitz | Ruby Hale | Qovas | Senator Atwood | HYDRA's Champion

Adolf Hitler | Roeder | Hutter | Schneider

Black Order
Thanos | Ebony Maw

The Other | Leviathans | Chitauri Gorillas

Proxima Midnight | Corvus Glaive | Cull Obsidian | Nebula | Outriders | Sakaaran Mercenaries

Aldrich Killian | Eric Savin | Trevor Slattery | Ellen Brandt | Sweat Shop Agent | Ponytail Express | Maya Hansen | Vice President Rodriguez | Extremis Soldiers

Dark Elves
Malekith the Accursed | Kurse the Strong

Duhg | Kronan Marauder

Kree Empire
Supreme Intelligence | Ronan the Accuser

Yon-Rogg | Minn-Erva | Korath the Pursuer | Att-lass | Bron-Char

Kree Watch
Kasius | Sinara | Faulnak | Vicar | Tye

Vin-Tak | Soh-Larr | Sakaaran Mercenaries | Exolon Monks

Yondu Ravager Clan
Yondu Udonta | Kraglin Obfonteri | Horuz | Vorker | Tullk | Oblo | Taserface | Gef | Retch | Halfnut | Brahl | Narblik | Huhtar

Inhuman Afterlife
Jiaying | Gordon | Calvin L. Johnson | Raina | Alisha Whitley

Red Room
General Dreykov | Taskmaster | Madame B | Dottie Underwood | Black Widows

Kingpin's Criminal Empire

Tracksuit Mafia
Echo | William Lopez | Clown | Ivan Banionis | Tomas | Enrique | Dmitri

James Wesley | Leland Owlsley | Christian Blake | Carl Hoffman | John Healy | Bullseye | Vanessa Marianna | Tammy Hattley | Felix Manning | Eleanor Bishop

The Hand
Madame Gao | Nobu Yoshioka | Bakuto | Alexandra Reid | Elektra Natchios | Murakami | Sowande

Felix Blake | Holden Radcliffe | Anton Ivanov | Tucker Shockley | Ellen Nadeer | Victor Ramon | Hellfire

Kaecilius | Lucian Aster

Ayesha | Sovereign Admiral | Zylak | Sovereign Chambermaid

Arishem the Judge | Eson the Searcher | Ego the Living Planet | Tiamut the Communicator

Bestman Salvage
Vulture | Tinkerer | Shocker #1 | Shocker #2 | Randy Vale

Berserker Army
Hela Odinsdottir | Skurge | Fenris Wolf

Sakaaran Guards
The Grandmaster | Topaz | Sakaaran Mercenaries

Fire Demons
Surtur | Fire Dragon

Cerberus Squad
Agent Orange | Blacksmith | Jigsaw | Morty Bennett | Carson Wolf | Punisher

The Pride
Jonah | Leslie Dean | Tina Minoru | Robert Minoru | Geoffrey Wilder | Catherine Wilder | Victor Stein | Janet Stein | Dale Yorkes | Stacey Yorkes

Sambisan Militants
Sambisan Captain

Talos | Norex

Mysterio's Crew

Molten Man | Hydro-Man | Sandman | Elemental Fusion

William Ginter Riva | Victoria Snow | Gutes Guterman | Janice Lincoln | Doug

Roxxon Corporation
Peter Scarborough | Terrors

Sarge's Squad
Sarge | Snowflake | Jaco | Pax

Chronicom Hunters
Sibyl | Atarah | Malachi | Luke | Baal-Gad | Abel | Isaiah

Sonny Burch's Gang
Sonny Burch | Uzman | Anitolov | Knox | Stoltz

The Coven
Morgan le Fay | Cassandra | Bronwyn

Georges Batroc | Ferdinand Lopez | Gerald Durand | Louie

Flag Smashers
Flag-Smasher | Dovich | Gigi | DeeDee | Lennox | Nico | Matias | Diego

Time Variance Authority
He Who Remains | Ravonna Renslayer | Miss Minutes | Hunter D-90 | Minuteman 90018371

Soul Eaters

Iron Man | Captain America | Hawkeye | Falcon | Doctor Strange | Wong | Ebony Maw | Cull Obsidian | Hank Pym | Janet van Dyne | Hope van Dyne | Happy Hogan | Sharon Carter | Scarlet Witch | Thanos

Ikaris | Sprite

Kro | Enkidu

Green Goblin | Sandman | Doctor Octopus

Electro | Lizard

Disciples of Ammit
Arthur Harrow | Ammit

Clan Destine
Najma | Fariha | Aadam | Saleem

Assorted Variants
Loki Laufeyson | Sylvie Laufeydottir | Boastful Loki | President Loki | Glamshades Loki | Pokey Loki | Bicycle Loki | Infinity Ultron | The Collector | Yellowjacket | Strange Supreme | Sinister Strange | Prince Killmonger | Arnim Zola | Venom | Karl Mordo (Earth-838)

Iron Monger | Samuel Sterns | Tough Guy Leader | Whiplash | Anton Vanko | The Destroyer | Georgi Luchkov | Herman | White Power Dave | The Collector | Garthan Saal | Moloka Dar | Monstrous Inmate | Ultron | Ultron Sentinels | Ulysses Klaue | Yellowjacket | Helmut Zemo | Karl Mordo | Dormammu | Abilisk | Mac Gargan | Aaron Davis | Erik Killmonger | W'Kabi | Linbani | Linda | Dave | N'Jobu | Ghost | Bill Foster | Elihas Starr | Akihiko | J. Jonah Jameson | Valentina Allegra de Fontaine | Camilla Reyes | Franklin Hall | Lorelei | Marcus Daniels | Christian Ward | Jakob Nystrom | Lash | Katya Belyakov | Johann Fennhoff | Turk Barrett | Bill Fisk | Lash | Whitney Frost | Kilgrave | Will Simpson | Dorothy Walker | Audrey Eastman | Diamondback | Cottonmouth | Black Mariah | Shades | Eli Morrow | Lucy Bauer | Harold Meachum | Jim Pierce | Maximus | Lewis Wilson | Tony Gnucci | Lance | Paulie | Leo | Frank Dean | Darius Davis | Detective Flores | Graviton | Grill | Samuel Voss | Alisa Jones | Karl Malus | Pryce Cheng | Detective Connors | Bushmaster | Steel Serpent | Typhoid Mary | Rosalie Carbone | Frank Dean | Darius Davis | Detective Flores | Topher | Anthony Wall/AWOL | Anderson Schultz | John Pilgrim | Eliza Schultz | Krista Dumont | D'Spayre | Mayhem | Lia Dewan | Izel | Shrike | Id Simmons | Trish Walker | Gregory Sallinger | Nathaniel Malick | Kora | Marduk Helstrom | Kthara | Basar | Magoth | Raum | Agatha Harkness | Tyler Hayward | Sharon Carter | Alioth | Khonshu | Jake Lockley | Anton Mogart | Wendy Spector | Ribbon Demon | Gargantos

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Eddie Brock/Venom | Life Foundation (Carlton Drake/Riot & Roland Treece) | Cletus Kasady

Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Eddie Brock/Venom | Cletus Kasady/Carnage | Shriek | J. Jonah Jameson | Kasady Family

Michael Morbius | Milo Morbius | Vulture

See Also
Morbius Villains | Sony Pictures Villains | Spider-Man Villains | Venom Villains

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Agony | All-Black | Answer | Anti-Venom | Batroc the Leaper | Bedlam | Black Cat | Blackheart | Blob | Brood | Brothers Grimm | Carlton Drake | Carnage | Carrion | Collector | Constrictor | Crime-Master | Crossbones | Deadpool | Death Adder | Demogoblin | Doctor Octopus | Doppelgangar | Emma Frost | Galactus | Green Goblin (Norman Osborn) | Grizzly | Hand | Hobgoblin (Phil Urich) | Hood | Human Fly | Hybrid | Ironclad | Jackal | Jack O' Lantern | J. Jonah Jameson | Juggernaut | Kang | Kingpin | Knull | Kraven the Hunter | Kree | Krobaa | Kron Stone | Lasher | Lee Price | Life Foundation | Loki Laufeyson | Lord Deathstrike | Lord Orge | Maggia | Magneto | The Maker | Malekith | Mania | Master Pandemonium | Masters of Evil | Mayhem | Megatak | Mephisto | Mercurio the 4-D Man | Meridius | Mister E | Mister Negative | Mister Sinister | Morbius | Mysterio | Mystique | Phage | Puma | Punisher | Raze | Red Hulk | Red Ghost | Rhino | Riot | Roland Treece | Roxxon Energy Corporation | Rose | Sandman | Scorn | Scorpion | Scream | She-Venom | Shocker | Shriek | Sin-Eater | Stegron | Spot | Symbiotes | Taskmaster | Tombstone | Toxin | U-Foes | Vapor | Vector | Venom (Eddie Brock & Angelo Fortunato) | Vulture | X-Ray | Zzzxx

Venom: Eddie Brock/Venom | Life Foundation (Carlton Drake/Riot & Roland Treece) | Cletus Kasady
Venom: Let There Be Carnage: Eddie Brock/Venom | Cletus Kasady/Carnage | Shriek | J. Jonah Jameson | Kasady Family

Video Games
Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage: Carnage | Shriek | Doppelganger | Demogoblin | Carrion
Spider-Man and Venom: Separation Anxiety: The Jury | Sentry | Ramshot | Screech | Bomblast | Firearm | Wysper | Life Foundation | Symbiotes (Carnage | Riot | Phage | Lasher | Agony | Scream)

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Alistair Smythe | Answer | Arcade | Batroc the Leaper | Beetle | Black Cat | Black Spectre | Blastaar | Blob | Boomerang | Brothers Grimm | Calypso | Chameleon | Canrage | Carrion | Crime-Master | D'Spayre | Deadpool | Demogoblin | Diablo | Doctor Doom | Doctor Octopus | Doppelganger | Electro | Green Goblin (Norman Osborn) | Hammerhead | Hand | Hobgoblin (Phil Urich) | Human Fly | Humbug | HYDRA | Hydro-Man | J. Jonah Jameson | Jackal | Jack O' Lantern | Kingpin | King Cobra | Knull | Kraven the Hunter | Lizard | Maggia | Man-Wolf | Midnight | Mister Negative | Mole Man | Molten Man | Morbius | Morlun | Montana | Mr. Hyde | Mysterio (Francis Klum) | Owl | Puma | Rose | Rhino | Sabretooth | Sandman | Sauron | Scarecrow | Scorpion | Shocker | Shriek | Silvermane | Sin-Eater | Sinister Six | Spider-Slayers | Spot | Stegron | Swarm | Symbiotes | Tarantula | Taskmaster | Thanos | Tinkerer | Tombstone | Venom (Eddie Brock & Angelo Fortunato) | Vermin | Vulture | White Rabbit | Will-O'-The-Wisp

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Hector Barbossa | Davy Jones | Randall Boggs | Syndrome

Butch Cavendish | Cave of Wonders | Chernabog | Chick Hicks | Crew of the Flying Dutchman | Emperor Zurg | Heinz Doofenshmirtz | Mirage | Pintel and Ragetti | Zurg Bots

Black Widow | Green Goblin | Loki | Malficent | Ronan the Accuser | Venom | Yondu Udonta

AIM | Black Cat | Doctor Octopus | Frost Giants | Iron Patriot | J. Jonah Jameson | MODOK | Mysterio | The Collector | Winter Soldier

Boba Fett | Darth Maul | Darth Vader | Kylo Ren | Time | Ultron

Cad Bane | Emperor Palpatine | General Grievous | Jabba the Hutt | Sebulba