MISS TRUBBLE
(of Earth-6799)

Real Name: (first name unrevealed) Trubble

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-6799) human

Occupation: Owner of Miss Trubble's Book Corner bookstore

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: The creations brought forth from her chest

Enemies: J.Jonah Jameson, Spider-Man (Peter Parker)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Miss Trubble's Book Corner bookstore in New York City, New York, USA

First Appearance: Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Here Comes Trubble" (November 18, 1967)

Powers/Abilities: Miss Trubble possessed the normal human strength level of a woman of her size, age and build who engaged in extensive physical exercises. She had no superhuman powers, but she did own a chest that could mystically create any being she could imagine, specifically characters from Greek and Roman mythology, such as a centaur, a cyclops, Diana, Cerberus and Vulcan. It was not known how this chest worked, but it seemed to bring to life images from her memories and imagination (its version of Cerberus was identical to a stolen statue of Cerberus). It was not known if the chest was confined to mythological characters, but it did seem to have a failsafe that made her creations disappear if they were defeated or on the verge of being captured. Miss Trubble also alluded to the chest being worthless without its key, but it's unclear if the key, the chest or the combination of the two were responsible for the creations.

Height: 5'8" (by approximation)
Weight: 125 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Gray

History: (Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Here Comes Trubble") - Miss Trubble was the owner and proprietor of Miss Trubble's Book Corner in New York City. When Miss Trubble used her chest to unleash a centaur to rob the New York Museum of Antiquities, the centaur disappeared when it ran aground of Spider-Man. Miss Trubble was later turned down by J.Jonah Jameson when she requested a daily column on mythology in the Daily Bugle. As revenge, Trubble sent a cyclops and Diana, goddess of the hunt, after Spider-Man to force Jameson to take notice of her knowledge of mythology, but he evaded them both. As Peter Parker, Spider-Man soon got a lead on a robbery at the Stonefeller Mansion of a Cerberus statue at the Daily Bugle while Miss Trubble once again requested her mythology column from Jameson, who quickly dismissed her. When he explored Trubble's bookstore later, a live version of the statue attacked him then vanished to avoid getting captured. Confronting Spider-Man, Miss Trubble called upon Vulcan, the god of fire, to capture the wall crawler, but the deity was too much for her to control. Although Vulcan managed to imprison Spider-Man where others had failed, his flaming stones soon set fire to her cherished bookstore.  By destroying the chest in the flames, Spider-Man once again defeated her creation and managed to save her from the burning store.

Comments: Created by Bill Danch, Al Bertino, Dick Robbins, Dick Cassarino, Phil Babet and Grantray-Lawrence Animation (see Appearances list for a complete listing of all of the artists).

Miss Trubble was voiced by actor Peg Dixon, who also voiced Betty Brant, Aunt May and Mary Jane Watson in the series and the Wasp, Jane Foster, Betty Ross, Peggy Carter and the Black Widow among others in Marvel Super Heroes.

Thor 2000: "I have to confess, Miss Trubble was my favorite Spider-Man foe in the Spider-Man series. Yes, apparently I was a huge mythology geek even back then."

Profile by Thor2000.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Earth-6799's Ms. Trubble has no KNOWN connections to:


Miss Trubble's Book Corner

Miss Trubble's Book Corner was a used bookstore somewhere in New York City, most likely Manhattan. It was owned and operated by Miss Trubble, who used it as her base of operations as she conjured mythological characters from a mystical chest. Unfortunately, the shop and all of its inventory was destroyed in a fire during a confrontation between Spider-Man and a mystical being based on Vulcan.






-Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Here Comes Trubble"


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Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Here Comes Trubble" (Ms. Trubble-main image, lecturing Peter Parker, her chest and her bookstore)


Appearances:
Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Here Comes Trubble" (November 18, 1967) -
Bill Danch, Al Bertino, Dick Robbins, Dick Cassarino, Phil Babet (writers), Hal Ambro, Dan Bessie, Herman Cohen, Bill House, Chic Otterstrom, Ralph Somerville, Harvey Toombs, Bob Bentley, George Cannata, I. Howard Ellis, Tom McDonald, Don Schloat, Reuben Timmins, Kay Wright, John Dunn (animators), Curt Perkins, Bill Butler, Dick Thomas, Mike Kawaguchi (backgrounds), Ray Aragon, Joe Asturino, Herb Hazelton, Jim Mueller, C.L. Hartman, John Ewing, Joel Seibel, Nino Carbe (layouts), Hank Gotzenberg, Bryce Corso (editors), Grant Simmons, Clyde Geronimi, Sid Marcus (directors)


Last updated: 06/11/17

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