Created by Robert E. Wronski, Jr.
Real Name: Jessica Warner
Current Occupation: College Student, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Group Affiliation: None
Place of Birth: Unknown
Current Place of Residence: Amherst
First Appearance: Powerman # 263, September 2009
Jessica Warner is a psychology major at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. At the start of her freshman year she first met Jonathon Stanford, also a freshman who was majoring in Legal Studies. What Jessica didn't know was that Jonathon was actually Powerman, who had chosen to give up his powers for a year and had taken this new identity to live a normal life, starting over.
Shortly after they met, Jessica and Jonathon found themselves compelled to help in the investigation of the theft of a painting from the campus art museum, which they solved successfully. This seemed to be the beginning of a string of campus and Amherst mysteries that the two inevitably found themselves investigating.
It wasn't long before Jessica and Jonathon were in love, and dating, and solving crimes. Things got weirder as wannabe super-heroes and villains began populating the campus and the town, as a reaction to the absence of Powerman, who the world considered to be missing, despite his Myspace blog posts stating otherwise.
Even Jessica's roommate Holly donned costume to become the newest hero called Justice.
Eventually, the campus became the primary headquarters of a new group of heroes called the Heroes of the People, whose adventures often involved Jessica and Jonathon.
Recently, on one of their usual adventures, Jessica and Jonathon found themselves captured by the bad guys aboard a helicopter, bound and gagged. Jessica was thrown from the helicopter, with Jonathon thrown just after. Just at that moment, Powerman's year was up, and his powers returned. Jonathon transformed (without any eyes on him) into Powerman, saved Jessica, and captured the bad guys. He then told Jessica that he also saved Jonathon he he was a down the road, and flew off, to transform...down the road.
However, a few days later, Jonathon/Chris/Powerman gathered the courage to reveal his identity to Jessica and tell her the whole story of his heroic and often tragic life.
She told him that she would keep his secret, and her love for him didn't change.
The two are currently in their second year of college.
Jessica is clearly inspired by the love of my life. Though I made changes for dramatic purposes, her personality is very similar. Jessica remains a principle character in Powerman, and now can be seen in other titles in which Powerman is involved, such as Powerkid.