Juniper Potts inherited her job as CEO of Potts International from her father, Jefferson, who took a backseat to manage the company from behind the scenes. With Juniper acting as the new face of the company, she fired her ex-boyfriend, Tony Stark, who developed the company's J.A.R.V.I.S. AI system, after he became too curious about where the source of power for the heroes came from. She was also nervous that he would try and make a play to regain control of the company for his family.
With Stark gone, Juniper was able to place all of her focus towards managing the dozens of superheroes created and represented by Potts International, especially the Squadron Supreme. Despite them being her top money-makers, Juniper has very strained relationships with most of them. Iron Man knows too much about the company's secrets, Sub-Mariner cares more about the ocean than the company he works for, Spider-Monkey is a cocky asshole, Gigantica has been making trouble with PR ever since being promoted to the team, but most of all, Captain America has made it very clear that he does not like her, or what the company is doing.
After the Avengers were able to tank the Squadron Supreme's reputation, Juniper was approached by Tony Stark, who revealed the truth to her about everything he'd been doing, before promptly shooting her in the stomach.
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No Special Powers
Average Human Strength
Equipment: None known.
- Private Jets
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- Juniper's favorite hero managed by her company is, without a doubt, Black Panther, because he follows orders, and he does not talk back.
- In her most private moments, Juniper is unsure of everything she stands for, but knows she has to stand strong.
- She is completely unaware of the group of resisters working against her company, the Avengers, which Tony Stark joined after getting fired.
- Appearances of Juniper Potts (Earth-1515)
- Character Gallery: Juniper Potts (Earth-1515)
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