Dave Galanter
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Subj: Re: Favorite Green Goblin stories
Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 at 05:56:43 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Favorite Green Goblin stories
Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 at 02:42:16 pm EDT (Viewed 147 times)

I'm going to include some arcs from Spidergirl in this list. These issues/arcs are in no particular order; I type them as they come to mind.

1. First time Peter and Norman reveal each other's identities. It's the one where he gets amnesia at the end.

2. Death of Gwen Stacy. No explanation needed, is there?

3. Spectacular #200. Extremely intense on numerous levels. True classic. A rare comic that really feels like it's MORE than a comic.

4. The Child Within from Spectacular. This one is also disturbing on numerous levels.

5. Friends and Enemies from Web. I like this one since it shows Harry and Peter as friends instead of enemies. I just got the irony to that line after I read it.

6. I'm counting Blood Brothers here.

7. Osborn Journal/Revelations. Great story to read on Halloween.

8. Spider-Girl #44-#50

9. Amazing Spider-Girl #20-current. This one is reaching back to Revelations so far.

> With Norman making his first appearance in ASM in a loooong time, it got me to thinking about my favorite Spidey/Goblin stories. My favs are: 1-ASM #39-40, 2-Spectacular Spiderman #2 (reprinted in ASM Annual #9), 3-Spiderman #75, 4-AMS #25/PPSM #25, 5-ASM #121-122. I also really like a "Death In The Family" in PPSM #44-47, but the art just kills that story for me. And I know it didn't involve Spiderman, but the Goblin's appearance in Thunderbolts #121 was one of the best Goblin stories I've ever read. Norman at his baddest.

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