From the moment I first laid eyes on Jason Queen, my suspicions were aroused. My first thought was, “It’s one of the wizards in disguise!!!” But, considering that they’re supposedly gone, that may not be the case. Even still, there’s something off about Jason Queen.
In any cartoon, villains seem to share a certain appearance. The shape of the face and the eyes are more angled than regular characters. Winx Club is no exception. Remember Valtor from season three? He had the look, and we all know that he was up to no good. Jason has the look of a villain as well. If you compare him to other residents of Gardenia, he certainly does not look like an innocent bystander.
Furthermore, there is no doubt that Jason bears a striking resemblance to one of the Wizards of the Black Circle— Ogron. The only differences between the two are the length and color of the hair. Otherwise, they’re pretty much identical, even the same goatee! Could this just be a coincidence, or is this music producer up to no good?
So, if we believe that Jason Queen is a villain, then we must consider his motives. What is he after? Who is he after? He obviously has an interest in Musa. Whether it’s romantic or just business is unclear. What is clear is that his presence alone was enough to cause Musa and Riven to move farther apart. Was it unintentional, or was he trying to get rid of the competition? Perhaps Jason’s purpose is to cause more conflict.
Also possibile is that Jason really is Ogron. I don’t know about you, but something about the ending in episode 13 seemed premature to me. If Ogron was supposed to be some “all powerful wizard,” then why was he beaten by a single hit from Bloom? Strange? Yes! Even with their stronger Believix powers, the Winx could not have defeated the Hunters that easily. There may still be more to see of them, and our suspicious friend Jason Queen might just be involved.