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Subj: Re: I may be proven wrong but, currently, I don't believe it for one second. IMO, it would be too on the nose.
Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 at 09:59:21 pm EST (Viewed 288 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I may be proven wrong but, currently, I don't believe it for one second. IMO, it would be too on the nose.
Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 at 12:40:34 pm EST (Viewed 302 times)
Hobgoblin was good when he was created as no one knew who he was and that he was someone who adapted Osborn's legacy rather then copy it. No one knew what he would do next and he was a ruthless killer before becoming Hobgoblin.
Roger Stern did well when he created the character.
Norman was brought back only because they needed SOMEONE to be the villain to end Clone Saga 2, and what a mess that storyline became. Then came the stupidity of Osborn being behind what happened to Aunt May and that she was really still alive.
Osborn is better off dead or at least going into a coma for the next 20+ years in real life. Now he is becoming a bigger monster then ever, and the only way to stop him may be to use terminal force.
So yes, let us chalk up Osborn as a candidate to die.
Aunt May: well whether the Mephisto Mindwipe is negated or nor she also could die during Osborn's rampage. in fact, her death may hurt Peter more then MJ's would.
J. Jonah Jameson: can someone just kill this narrow minded, arrogant bigot already? any humor he once brought into the franchise with his dogmatic ways and myopic viewpoint of the world has long since grown stale. Either kill him or give him a stroke that puts him in a coma for a few years.
MJ: well killing her off or else not negating the Mephisto Mindwipe would be a GIGANTIC MIDDLE FINGER TO ALL THE FANS, just like ONE MORE DAY/OMIT/MEPHISTO MINDWIPE was in the first place! So yeah, bring it on Marvel! ALIENATE THE FANS EVEN MORE!
Harry Osborn? nah let him live to clean up the legacy of his nut case father.
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