|First appearance||The Amazing Spider-Man #140 (January 1975)|
|Created by||Gerry Conway (writer)|
Ross Andru (artist)
|Full name||Gloriana Grant|
|Team affiliations||Daily Bugle|
|Supporting character of||Spider-Man|
Gloriana "Glory" Grant is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. She is usually depicted as a supporting character of Spider-Man. She is introduced in The Amazing Spider-Man #140 (January 1975) as a neighbor of Peter Parker. Peter then helps her secure a position as J. Jonah Jameson's secretary at the Daily Bugle, replacing Betty Brant.
The character made her cinematic debut in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023), voiced by Ayo Edebiri.
Glory Grant first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #140 (January 1975) and was created by Gerry Conway and Ross Andru.
When first introduced, Glory Grant is pursuing a modeling career and meets Daily Bugle photographer Peter Parker who has just moved into her Lower West Side apartment building. They then become fast friends. When Glory is looking for work, Peter brought her to the Daily Bugle where the publisher J. Jonah Jameson has been going through secretaries since the departure of his long-time secretary Betty Brant. She works for Jameson and, later, Robbie Robertson who becomes editor-in-chief.
Grant falls in love with a gang boss named Eduardo Lobo. He and his brother Carlos wage a gang war against the Kingpin, and he uses Glory to access the Daily Bugle's research files on the Kingpin. However, he falls in love with her, and Glory is conflicted over the romance. Peter suggests she follow her heart. When Eduardo ends up battling Spider-Man, Glory shoots and kills Eduardo with a silver bullet. Spider-Man thanks her but she reveals that she was aiming at Spider-Man, having followed her heart as Peter suggested.
Despite Glory harboring a deep resentment for Spider-Man, he helps her and government agent Shotgun against the late voodoo witch Calypso, who spiritually possesses Grant long enough to engineer a scheme that brings Calypso fully back from the dead.
When Jameson becomes Mayor of Manhattan, Grant becomes one of his aides, appearing with him at the Raft on the day of Alistair Smythe's execution. However, she later quit his administration when she saw that Jameson would never end his personal vendetta against Spider-Man.
In the Marvel Noir universe, Glory appears in Spider-Man: Eyes without a Face. She appears in a relatively minor role, being the girlfriend of Robbie Robertson and accompanying Joseph's father to the Parkers when he goes missing. She is again seen at the end devastated at the fact that Robertson has been lobotomized by Dr. Otto Octavius.
In the universe of Old Man Logan that takes place on Earth-807128/21923, Peter Parker was implied to have married Glory Grant and had a daughter, Tonya, who eventually married Hawkeye and had a child of their own, Ashley.
In the universe of Spider-Gwen that takes place on Earth-65, a teenage version of Glory is seen as a friend and bandmate of Gwen Stacy where they are a member of a band called The Mary Janes.