Tracy Milbanks: "James, are you okay?"
James Bond Jr.: "Yes. But I think Jaws bit off a bit more than he can chew."
―After sinking Jaws via a magnetically-charged anchor, from the episode Plunder Down Under.[src]

Jaws is a fictional metal-jawed henchman who appeared in the 1991-92 animated television series James Bond Jr. and its accompanying 1992 Marvel comic-book series of the same name. Voiced by Jan Rabson, Jaws is loosely based on his movie counterpart (portrayed by Richard Kiel) and is often paired alongside fellow SCUM member Nick Nack.

Character biography

Jaws is portrayed as a dim-witted villain whose trademark steel teeth destroy almost anything he chews. His clothing not only serves as a small source of comedy for the series but also compliments his lack of intelligence. He usually acts as a henchman for higher-ranking SCUM agents and is often paired with the diminutive Nick Nack for comic effect. Unlike his movie counterpart, he regularly talks, and has an entire lower jaw made of steel. In the novelization "A View to a Thrill", it is explained that he was shot in the mouth during a bank robbery and "to save his life, the doctors had given him a set of metal teeth, and motors for jaw muscles."


  • The Beginning
  • Plunder Down Under
  • Valley of the Hungry Dunes
  • Never Give a Villain a Fair Shake
  • No Such Loch
  • The Inhuman Race
  • Fountain of Terror
  • Ship of Terror
  • Queen's Ransom
  • Avalanche Run
  • Barbella's Big Attraction
  • Invaders from S.C.U.M.
  • Ol' Man River
  • Catching the Wave
  • Between a Rock and a Hard Place
  • Sherlock IQ, Quantum Diamonds
  • Rubies Aren't Forever
  • The Thing in the Ice
  • Monument to S.C.U.M.
  • Northern Lights

See also