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| name = Joseph Robertson
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| image = Joseph Robertson.jpg
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| real = Joseph R. Robertson
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| alt = Robbie<br>Straight Arrow
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| fam = [[Martha Robertson]] (Wife)<br>[[Randy Robertson]] (Son)<br>[[Tombstone|Lonnie Lincoln]]<br>[[J. Jonah Jameson]]<br>[[Spider-Man|Peter Parker]]<br>[[Glory Grant]]<br>[[Ned Leeds]]<br>[[Black Marvel|Omar Mosely]]
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| voice = [[Rodney Saulsberry]]
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| other = [[Joseph Robertson (Spider-Carnage Universe)|Spider-Carnage Universe]]<br>[[Joseph Robertson (Spider-Man (Armored) Universe)|Spider-Man (Armored) Universe]]<br>{{C|Joseph Robertson|sm81|Spider-Man (1981)}}<br>{{C|Joseph Robertson|ssm|The Spectacular Spider-Man}}<br>{{C|Joseph Robertson|aemh|The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes}}
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'''Joseph "Robbie" Robertson''' was an employee at [[The Daily Bugle]]. He work alongside [[Spider-Man|Peter Parker]], [[Betty Brant]], [[Glory Grant]], [[Venom|Eddie Brock]] and [[Stella Newston]].
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'''Joseph Robertson''', nicknamed '''Robbie''', is the editor at ''[[The Daily Bugle]]''.
   
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==Biography==
His employer is [[J. Jonah Jameson]] and he is very friendly, though he does get angry every time Jonah critizies Spider-Man. He is in his Mid-Forties and is African-American. He has a wife named [[Elena Robertson|Elena]] and a son named [[Randy Robertson|Randy]].
 
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While a boy, he was friends with [[Tombstone|Lonnie Lincoln]]. However, Lonnie was a criminal who tried to get Robbie to steal. Robbie went on the straight and narrow path. While a young reporter, Lonnie tricked Robbie into coming to one of his crime scenes. Lonnie fell into a vat of chemicals and was presumed dead.
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He became friends with one of his professors, [[Black Marvel|Omar Mosely]].
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He later met his wife [[Martha Robertson|Martha]] and they had a son named [[Randy Robertson|Randy]].
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He became an editor at the ''Bugle'' under [[J. Jonah Jameson]]. He worked with [[Spider-Man|Peter Parker]], [[Glory Grant]], [[Eddie Brock]], and [[Ned Leeds]].
   
 
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==Background==
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Robbie was voiced by [[Rodney Saulsberry]].
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According to a computer file on Robbie in the episode, [[Episode:Guilty|Guilty]], Robbie was born on March 20, 1965 in Brooklyn, New York.
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==External Links==
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*[http://marvel.com/universe/Robertson,_Joseph_%22Robbie%22 Marvel]
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*[[wikipedia:Robbie Robertson (comics)|Wikipedia]]
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*[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Joseph_Robertson_(Earth-92131) Joseph Robertson (Earth-92131)] at Marvel Database
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*[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Joseph_Robertson_(Earth-616) Joseph Robertson (Earth-616)] at Marvel Database
 
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Revision as of 23:03, 30 July 2017

Joseph Robertson
Joseph Robertson.jpg
Real Name Joseph R. Robertson
Alternate Identity Robbie
Straight Arrow
Family and Friends Martha Robertson (Wife)
Randy Robertson (Son)
Lonnie Lincoln
J. Jonah Jameson
Peter Parker
Glory Grant
Ned Leeds
Omar Mosely

Joseph Robertson, nicknamed Robbie, is the editor at The Daily Bugle.

Biography

While a boy, he was friends with Lonnie Lincoln. However, Lonnie was a criminal who tried to get Robbie to steal. Robbie went on the straight and narrow path. While a young reporter, Lonnie tricked Robbie into coming to one of his crime scenes. Lonnie fell into a vat of chemicals and was presumed dead.

He became friends with one of his professors, Omar Mosely.

He later met his wife Martha and they had a son named Randy.

He became an editor at the Bugle under J. Jonah Jameson. He worked with Peter Parker, Glory Grant, Eddie Brock, and Ned Leeds.

Background

Robbie was voiced by Rodney Saulsberry.

According to a computer file on Robbie in the episode, Guilty, Robbie was born on March 20, 1965 in Brooklyn, New York.

External Links

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