J.K. Simmons returns as J. Jonah Jameson in a Daily Bugle Exclusive declaring Spider-Man a “masked marauder, a menace.”

Not only did Simmons return as J. Jonah Jameson, but he’s launched the website The Daily Bugle. The sites tagline reads, “The war on fake news has a hero: J JONAH JAMESON and THE DAILY BUGLE.NET! Where the tides of real news crash the shore of dangerous truth, the Daily Bugle will be there!”

The site is full of information including the possible confirmation of Hydro-Man.

An article titled The Search for Morris Bench details “Hydro-Man evaded capture by Italian coast guard for the third day in a row – sparking rumors the US government is covering up his existence.”

Another article declares that Spider-Man sparked off a mob war in New York when he confronted the Manfredi Crime Family.

The website also features a Blip blog that details stories of every day people who claim they were blipped out of existence and returned.

One entry from Programmer Isaiah Sorenson reads:

“Honestly, I thought missing five years would be really tough on my ability to keep up with the latest trends – but I guess when 50% of the world’s engineers disappear, progress kinda stops? Anyway, good for me and my cat that I live with all alone – computing languages are exactly the same as they were five years ago!”

Another from High School Coach Andre Wilson states:

“I mean, it’s crazy. I was there. And then I wasn’t there. And then… I was there again. And people asking me “where’d you go?” But I didn’t go anywhere, man. I was just not there. And then I was there again. Sorry, what was the question?”

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