With your question, you are trying to establishing that Jehovah and Jesus are the same person, since they share the same titles.
Only by ignoring context can you prove your point.
It is a straw argument in that fact that when answering the question, you can in your mind 'easily' disprove the fact that Jesus isn't Michael, and prove that Jesus is God.
Jesus isn't called creator in any verse and yet your question tries to fit him into this title.
The verses relating to Jesus' role in creation such as John 1:1-3, doesn't as you want say:
'Jesus created all things.'
What it does say is 'creation came through (or the channel) Jesus' .
John still identifies Jehovah as the creator of all things.
In the statement: The letter came by mail. or The letter came through the mail.
Doesn't make the mail the author (creator) of the letter; it only means that the avenue or channel by which the letter arrived, was the mail.
Using a bible that miss translates Hebrew 1:8 doesn't make Jesus - God. It is just a quote of a bad translation, used by you to prove your point.
The same with Ex 3:14 and John 8:58. Most bibles miss translate these verses to 'prove' something not in God's Word.
"I am" is a mistranslation carried over from the Latin Vulgate, and not what Jehovah told Moses, through the angel. (another example of the channel not being the originator of the message)
"I am" at John 8:58 is improper English. You can not mix tenses in English, something that is proper Greek grammar, denoting an action that started in the past and continues to today)
Proper English requires the tenses to match. Thus proper English requires "I have been" and not 'I am'.
This is a small sample of your miss information striving to prove something not taught in God's Word.
Creating a 'straw argument'.
This is a straw argument; and as such from past experience, you won't accept this truth.
Quoting scripture out of context enables you to prove or disprove whatever you want.
Using similar titles doesn't prove Jehovah and Jesus are the same person.
Oh wait a minute the trinity doesn't teach they are the same person. So similar titles can't prove they are the same person.
I noticed 'King' wasn't listed as to the tiles that are used for both Jehovah, Jesus, David and Solomon.
All according to scripture have sat upon Jehovah's throne.
Where was the Almighty when Jehovah is called Lord of Lords?
Where was Jesus when Jehovah was called God of gods?
(Deuteronomy 10:17) 17 For Jehovah your God is the God of gods and the Lord of lords, the God great, mighty, and awe-inspiring, . . .
Jesus repeated this idea when he called his God and Father the only true God, excluding himself from being the only true God.
Where was Peter when the Bible calls him Cephas? Were Symeon, and Simon off doing something else.
(Galatians 2:7-9) . . .just as Peter had been for those who are circumcised— 8 for the one who empowered Peter for an apostleship to those who are circumcised also empowered me for those who are of the nations— 9 and when they recognized the undeserved kindness that was given me, James and Ceʹphas and John, the ones who seemed to be pillars, . . .
In these verses if you didn't understand the 5 different names Peter has in scripture, you would think Peter, James and someone called Cephas were all together.
Names in the bible denote special assignments.
This is why Abram became Abraham; Jacob became Israel, Peter became Cephas.
The person didn't change but the role they were to play in God's purpose or plan, changed.
Jesus comes as Michael to execute Jehovah's vengeance.
Michael became Jesus to extend mercy to all mankind in order to gain salvation.