Jackson Brice
SMH Brice
Name: Jackson W. Brice
Alias(es): Shocker
Affiliation: Toomes Salvage Company
Portrayed by: Logan Marshall-Green
First appeared: Spider-Man: Homecoming
Appears in: 1 Film

Jackson Brice is a member of Adrian Toomes' criminal group who used modified weaponry, including a gauntlet, to showcase and sell alien-human hybrid weaponry under the alias of Shocker.

He was portrayed by Logan Marshall-Green


Spider-Man: Homecoming

In the wake of the Battle of New York, Adrian Toomes' Crew gained the contract to clean up the city. Having shown Phineas Mason a picture that his daughter had drawn, Adrian Toomes oversaw his men cleaning up Grand Central Station, telling Herman Schultz to use the alien technology to take apart one of the crashed alien chariots before he then confronted Jackson Brice for arriving late on the job. He was then approached by Anne Marie Hoag and a group of agents, telling him that he was to withdraw his men from the area as the Department of Damage Control had secured the contract to clean up after Avengers battles. As Toomes explained that he had the contract to clean up New York City, he concluded that they were allowed to be there. Toomes started begging her to let him have the contract, as him and other workers have family to support. When one of Hoag's men mockingly told him to not overreach in his work, Toomes punched him in the face, causing the guards around Hoag to draw their guns and order Toomes and his men to leave the area.

Toomes watched the television report on how Tony Stark had now created Damage Control in the wake of the Battle of New York to clean up the mess left behind. Toomes furiously disappointed, Herman Schultz commented on the report on how the system was now rigged against them all, with Schultz noting the Avengers were now being paid to clean up their own mess, they were left unemployed. As they watched the report, Randy Vale discovered that the group still had a large amount of alien technology left over which had not been handed back over to Anne Marie Hoag and her own team to be stored away. With Jackson Brice refusing to haul it, Toomes then decided to keep it, convincing the group to turn to a life of crime by reverse-engineering and weaponize the technology for sale on the streets in order to keep themselves earning money.

Jackson Brice and Herman Schultz met Aaron Davis in the outskirts of Queens where Brice enthusiastically demonstrated a weapon created with parts, straight out of Sokovia. Aaron Davis was wary of the weapon, telling them that he wanted a small device so he could simply mug people not "send them back in time". Brice put the weapon away and offered several other devices, including Black Hole Grenades, Taser Rods and an Anti-Gravity Climber, which Davis took interest in. When the trio heard a ringtone, Brice and Schultz immediately assumed that Davis had set them up. As they pulled their guns on him, Spider-Man appeared, telling the arms dealers to shoot him instead

As Davis made a retreat, Schultz opened fire on the young vigilante and Brice put on the Shocker Gauntlet. When Spider-Man rushed towards him, Brice punched him with the weapon, sending the young vigilante flying. Schultz started the van and drove away with Brice. As Spider-Man swung after the two, Brice activated several weapons, shooting at the web-slinger and causing damage to the getaway van. Brice accidentally drops one of the weapons when Spider-Man snags the van doors, causing Brice to suggest calling Vulture. With the Vulture showing up and successfully dealing with Spider-Man, Brice and Schultz made their getaway.

Brice and Herman Schultz managed to get back to the Vulture's base. Brice was thrilled with the chase, only to be confronted by Adrian Toomes. Toomes asked him how many times he had told Brice not to fire the weapons in public, with Brice defending his actions saying that he had to move the weapons. Toomes became fed up with Brice's recklessness and attitude, as well as his self-proclaimed "Shocker" nickname, telling Brice that he was fired. Disgusted, Brice threatened Toomes, saying that he will inform the authorities about their operation. Brice then asked Toomes what would happen if he told Doris Toomes about his business. This was a step too far for Toomes, who promptly picked up what he thought was an Anti-Gravity Gun — which instead was a Chitauri Gun — and vaporized Brice, reducing him to ash within seconds and leaving only his gauntlet intact. Toomes walked over his ashes and gave the gauntlet to Herman Schultz, mockingly proclaiming him as the new "Shocker".


  • Shocker's Gauntlet: A gauntlet that, when fired, is able to generate energy blasts that can push heavy objects. His gauntlet can inflict blunt force trauma if the blasts are aimed at any living target.
  • Blaster Gun: A weapon using a metal arm recovered from an Ultron Sentry that creates a massive blue explosion. Brice demonstrated this to Aaron Davis, who thought that the weapon was capable to send people back in time and vaporize them.


  • 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 trio of 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 up the mantle of the Shocker.
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