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==History==
 
==History==
After the debut of the superhero {{C|Spider-Man|ssm}}, the ''Bugle'' focused on others that Jameson deemed more heroic. However, other newspapers that did cover him began selling more. They began covering him, though painting him as a menace who causes more problems than he solves. Jameson was quick to paint the wallcrawler in the worst possible light and reluctant to say anything of his heroics. He would use vague, unsourced, and even misleading information to do so.
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After the debut of the superhero {{C|Spider-Man|ssm}}, the ''Daily Bugle'' focused on others that Jameson deemed more heroic. However, other newspapers that did cover him began selling more. They began covering him, though painting him as a menace who causes more problems than he solves. Jameson was quick to paint the wallcrawler in the worst possible light and reluctant to say anything of his heroics. He would use vague, unsourced, and even misleading information to do so.
   
 
At one point, {{C|Venom|ssm}} broke into Jamesons' office and claimed that photographer Peter Parker was actually Spider-Man. However, Venom was discovered to be {{C|Eddie Brock|ssm}} who was committed and his claims were dismissed.
 
At one point, {{C|Venom|ssm}} broke into Jamesons' office and claimed that photographer Peter Parker was actually Spider-Man. However, Venom was discovered to be {{C|Eddie Brock|ssm}} who was committed and his claims were dismissed.
   
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Although Spider-Man gets aggravated having the public turned against him and continually reproving his heroism he has done nothing against the ''Bugle''.{{stub}}
   
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
 
''The Daily Bugle'' is located in the real life [[wikipedia:Flatiron Building|Flatiron Building]], which was used as the location in the [[wikipedia:Spider-Man trilogy|''Spider-Man'' film trilogy]].
 
''The Daily Bugle'' is located in the real life [[wikipedia:Flatiron Building|Flatiron Building]], which was used as the location in the [[wikipedia:Spider-Man trilogy|''Spider-Man'' film trilogy]].
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Although unlike the films, The members of this version of the Daily Bugle actually include the main members from the comics.
   
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 15:38, January 31, 2016

The Daily Bugle
Real Name The Daily Bugle
The Daily Bugle is from the Non MAU series The Spectacular Spider-Man.

The Daily Bugle is a tabloid newspaper company based in New York City.

Personnel

History

After the debut of the superhero Spider-Man, the Daily Bugle focused on others that Jameson deemed more heroic. However, other newspapers that did cover him began selling more. They began covering him, though painting him as a menace who causes more problems than he solves. Jameson was quick to paint the wallcrawler in the worst possible light and reluctant to say anything of his heroics. He would use vague, unsourced, and even misleading information to do so.

At one point, Venom broke into Jamesons' office and claimed that photographer Peter Parker was actually Spider-Man. However, Venom was discovered to be Eddie Brock who was committed and his claims were dismissed.

Although Spider-Man gets aggravated having the public turned against him and continually reproving his heroism he has done nothing against the Bugle.

Background

The Daily Bugle is located in the real life Flatiron Building, which was used as the location in the Spider-Man film trilogy.

Although unlike the films, The members of this version of the Daily Bugle actually include the main members from the comics.

External Links

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