The Menace Hour with J. Jonah Jameson is an American animated talk show based on the characters by Marvel Comics, being created by TBD. It is produced by Marvel Animation and Disney Television Animation and it will premiere on Disney+ on August 19th, 2020.
J. Jonah Jameson hosts a talk show where he asks guests several questions and do random events.
- Troy Baker as Tony Stark
- Matthew Mercer as Steve Rogers/Captain America
- Josh Keaton as Peter Parker/Spider-Man
- Steven Blum as James Howlett/Logan/Wolverine
- Kenan Thompson as Col. Nick Fury
- Patrick Stewart as Prof. Charles Xavier
- Mark Hamill as Gen. Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross
- Kyle Hebert as Wilson Fisk
- Max Mittelman as Wade Wilson/Deadpool
- Jeffrey Combs as Norman Osborn
- Nika Futterman as Jennifer Walters
- Dove Cameron as Alison Blaire
- Jessica DiCicco as Robin Chapel
- J.K. Simmons as himself
- Elon Musk as himself
- Gordon Ramsay as himself
- Jimmy Kimmel as himself
- Snoop Dogg as himself
- Jameson's Fan-Mail Minute - Jameson reads fan mail in a minute.
- [parody of Shark Tank] - TBD
- Sing Time - TBD
- Stupid Laws With Norman Osdork - TBD
A spinoff parodying Cops called Superheroes is revealed.
- Instead of being scripted, the show functions like a talk show yet the actors have to stay in character while doing it.
- Marvel opted to make the show animated to not being dependent of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as not worrying about hiring actors to look like several Marvel characters, also featuring additional elements that would be difficult to achieve in live-action.
- Despite being modeled as a talk show, its developers also developed some major events that happen in the universe, including:
- A presidential election where Osborn is running as a Republican, with Walters and Kimmel running for the Democratic nomination.
- Captain America Day, which is basically a famous holiday celebrating Captain America.
- Elon Musk purchases/takes control of the Damage Control.
- J.K. Simmons is producing and starring in a J. Jonah Jameson biopic.
- Although he despises Spider-Man, Jameson favors Walters to win, since he believes Osborn is a crook and his potential victory would drive the United States to desolation.
- In one episode, he even mentioned "As much I dislike Spider-Man, as a journalist, I'm still commited to the truth and every time I publish a fake news article, my duty is to apologize when proven wrong".