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Superheroes that start with the letter J?

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August 19, 2008 2:00PM

Strangely enough many super heroes that start with the letter J began as super villains such as the Juggernaut, half brother to Xavier who is Professor X. Jonah Hex is another villain or superhero depending on the issue and from which viewpoint you look at it. The Joker in an elseworld story I, Joker is a twisted sort of super hero. Jean Grey Code named the Phoenix became a super villain as the Phoenix and that's why everyone of the X-men prefer calling her Jean. The Justice League of America prefers calling the Martian Manhunter John Jonz and Lex Luther likes to call one of his corporate owned superheroes Jade. The Watchmen are enamored with Sally Jupiter but I guess since it is her last name that starts with the letter J, she doesn't really count. Archie comics introduced us to the Jaguar, there is the Autobot of the Transformers known as Jazz and there is there is the up and coming as yet to be released new superhero James Joseph codenamed JJ or The Double J or to his mathletic friends just simply J squared.

JJ is perhaps the most exciting new superhero to come along since Wolverine first appeared with the X-men or even since the ultra cool Silver Surfer surfed through the pages of the Fantastic Four. The origin of JJ is in the super civilian program created by area 51 men in black where they created the anti-intellectual and among the Pentagon brass JJ is actually codenamed: Stupid Man. He was genetically enhanced to be really, really, really, really, really and very, very, very, very, stupid. Coupled with his remarkable ability to be ridiculously stupid is his ability to argue VERY, VERY, VERY, VERY, AND REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, LOUDLY!!!!!!!!!!!! His stupid strategies and blundering daring do will captivate the world as struggles to save humanity from the evil machinations of evil mad scientist and twisted evil geniuses who are continually confounded by the brilliance of JJ's stupidity.

An example of JJ's super abilities and how he uses them to fell his foes is his dialectic diatribes followed by rhetorical questions he demands answers to. When the super villains actually attempt to answer these rhetorical questions he begins shouting really, really, really, really, and very, very, very, very, very, loudly: "La, la, la, la, la, I can't hear you! La, la, blah, blah, blah, I can't hear a word...Shut up! Shut up! Shut up! Shut up!! I can't hear you!!!" JJ's long time nemesis and enemy The Doctor Judge finally figured out that the best and surest way to bring the world to its knees and beg for Doctor Judges benign rule was to let JJ run free saving the world until the world had enough and politely asked JJ to go save Pluto for a change. Stupid is as stupid does.