Did anyone else think that Jonah was completely out of character in this issue, I mean suspiciously so??
I can kinda understand him deciding to resolve his issues with his dad and Aunt May but when it comes to his complete 180 turn around regarding his feelings about Spidey it just doesn't read right to me.
One of Jonah's major defining character points is that he despises Spider-Man. His consistently irrational hatred of Spidey is what makes him who he is.
No matter how many times Spidey has saved the city, saved the world or even saved Jonah himself as well as his family, J.J. has always stubbornly refused to accept that he is anything but a menace.
Now suddenly within the space of a few panels he's competing with Flash to become head of the Spider-Man fan club. He was positively gushing about him by the end of it.
Seeing Jonah like this was actually kind of distracting for me and left me wondering if there's maybe something else going on with his behavior. Maybe something we will see getting paid off somewhere down the line.
What do you all think? Is this just an example of some bad characterization from Slott or is something else going on???