J. Jonah Jameson in “Don't Mess With The Classics” by Matt Duarte
Note from the author: This page takes place in the not-so-distant past. Hopefully the page itself will give you an idea of when it takes place.
Description: J. Jonah Jameson is sitting on his desk, where we can clearly see a little metal plaque saying “Mayor of New York City”. There is all kinds of clutter on the desk, papers needed to be signed, a telephone, etc. His assistant is walking in through the door (note from the author: does he have a named assistant as Mayor? I don't really know.) carrying a group of newspaper.
ASSISTANT: Mayor Jameson, here's your daily dose of the fourth estate.
JAMESON: Yeah, yeah, just leave it on the pile. I have a budget to balance, New Yorkers to appease, and a certain wall-crawler to finally put behind bars.
ASSISTANT: As you please, hizzoner.
Description: Same as before, except the assistant is leaving the door, with the newspapers sitting on a big pile next to the desk. Jameson is concentrating on his work.
Description: Same as before, but this time Jameson has gotten up and is looking at the cover of one of the newspapers on the pile. He is laughing to himself.
JAMESON: Well, Bennett, I'll give you this...
Description: A close up from above Jameson's head, where we can see the newspaper he is holding. It is the The DB, and it is bearing a big photo of Jameson himself. The headline: MAYOR JAMESON: THREAT OR MENACE?
JAMESON: You know a good headline when you see it, you thieving jackass.