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Jackson Jekyll debuted in the books in Monster High of the Monster High book series, which premiered on September 01, 2010.


Monster High

Jackson is the grandson of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, making him a third generation monster. The chemicals used by Dr. Jekyll were apparently very toxic and clung to the DNA, passing the condition down to his progeny. The condition afflicted Jackson's father and drove him mad and was possibly sent to a insane asylum (Jackson first thought that his dad just left he and his mother), despite his mother's attempts to help. The only ray of hope Mrs. Jekyll could see for her son was that the change had stabilized through the generations, becoming less violent and unpredictable than its previous forms. As a biochemist she surmised that the chemical had mutated into a more stable state. Jackson's condition manifested around the age of 13 or 14. Due to the prejudice faced by monsters from humans, his mother protected him by keeping the truth about the family hidden. Originally, Jackson's physical change is more mental than physical, Monster High but this changes to Hyde having a physical appearance of his own, sporting blonde hair and blue eyes, The Ghoul Next Door and is governed by temperature. When Jackson gets too hot, DJ Hyde emerges, and disappears when he gets too cold. He wears glasses, likes to paint, and sometimes has pastel stains on his fingers. His mother is the science teacher at Merston High. He falls in love with his next door neighbor, Melody. Jackson eventually learns the truth behind his blackouts when Melody records his transformation on her iPhone. Monster High

Jackson and Melody officially go out. He has a M on his shoe for Melody and Melody has a J on her shoe for Jackson. He used to be quite shy, but when he found out about being a RAD he got more confident, often defending Melody from the doubtful RADs, and even dissing Cleo at one point. The Ghoul Next Door

His mother is fired from Merston High for harboring him. He and his mother move out of Salem and is forced to be DJ to protect himself. He doesn't appear until the last chapter of the third book where he's back in Salem. Where There's a Wolf, There's a Way

He suggested Melody to join Leadfeather, while at the same time signing up for a preformance arts camp over the summer. This lead to a love triangle between Melody, him, and Gargoyle Granite. In the end they made up, and on his own volition became a roadie as DJ. Back and Deader Than Ever


Jackson's new school year makes a bad start when Sylphia Flapper mind-controls everyone into an anti-human mindset. Like almost everyone else at Monster High, he comes under her mind control and is not freed until a few days later by the efforts of Venus, Rochelle, Robecca, and Cy. Ghoulfriends Forever


Hopes and Screams

Draculaura is overworking herself on a normie-style soap opera for the Gory Gazette and faints during Home Ick. She is taken to the medical room, where her friends fail to convince Draculaura to delegate and unburden herself once she has recovered. For the play, Draculaura has Jackson cast as the male lead, Chet, while Frankie is to be the female lead, Sandy. Chet and Sandy are scripted to share a kiss, making Jackson and Frankie nervous with their unspoken mutual crush on each other until Draculaura accidentally makes them ingest reverserum. But even now that they are relaxed about their parts, they don't kiss, because after her mess-up, Draculaura decides to change her normie soap opera in a monster movie on the spot. Stage Fright

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