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Jackson Brice
Brice Homecoming
Alias(es) Shocker
Appeared in Spider-Man: Homecoming
Status Deceased
Actor Logan Marshall-Green
Jackson Brice was a member of Adrian Toomes' group who uses Chitauri-based equipment for their criminal purpose. He was the original Shocker and wielded the Shocker's Gauntlets but was succeeded by Herman Schultz after his death.

Biography

Spider-Man: Homecoming

After the Battle of New York, Jackson Brice was a member of the salvaging team, led by Adrian Toomes, responsible for cleaning up the Leviathan crash at Grand Central Station. Brice was angered to find out that he and his fellow members were being replaced by the Department of Damage Control, formed by Tony Stark. Afterwords, Toomes convinced his crew members, to keep the salvaged Chitauri technology taken from the Station, and turn to a life of crime.

Jackson Brice and Herman Schultz were selling weapons to a local gangster, Aaron Davis. They were caught by Spider-Man. As Spider-Man pursued them, Brice and Schultz drove away in their van and Brice used Chitauri weaponry to attack Spider-Man. Brice caused lots of damage with the weaponry and was later scolded by Toomes for jeopardizing their operation.

Toomes fired Brice, who threatened to reveal Toomes' criminal activities to his family. Angered, Toomes accidentally killed Brice by using a laser ray which he had mistaken for an anti gravity gun.

Character traits

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Powers and Abilities

Powers

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Abilities

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Equipment

  • Shocker Gauntlet: A modified version of the Crossbones Gauntlets that, when fired, are able to generate energy blasts that can push heavy objects. His gauntlets can inflict blunt force trauma if the blasts are aimed at a living target.

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Trivia

  • In the comics, Jackson Brice is a north-western criminal known as Montana, specialized in the use of lassos and lariats. He is a member of the Enforcers, a group of career criminals who worked for different crime lords in New York City, like the Kingpin.
  • In the 2008 animated series The Spectacular Spider-Man, Jackson Brice went by the name Montana, until he took the mantle of Shocker.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming

Promotion, Concept Art and Filming