Green Goblin: A Lighter Shade of Green

Green Goblin A Lighter Shade of Green Before Phil Urich debuted as the deadly new Hobgoblin he had a brief run at being a hero But what s stranger than a heroic Green Goblin How about super villains like Ricko the Sicko Salt Pepper and

  • Title: Green Goblin: A Lighter Shade of Green
  • Author: Tom DeFalco Scott McDaniel Kevin Kobasic Darick Robertson Josh Hood Steven Butler Steve Buscema Terry Kavanagh
  • ISBN: 9780785157571
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Paperback
  • Before Phil Urich debuted as the deadly new Hobgoblin, he had a brief run at being a hero But what s stranger than a heroic Green Goblin How about super villains like Ricko the Sicko, Salt Pepper and the Steel Slammer Plus the threats of Arcade, the Rhino and the Sentinels Guest starring Daredevil, the New Warriors and the Scarlet Spider Collecting WEB OF SPIDEBefore Phil Urich debuted as the deadly new Hobgoblin, he had a brief run at being a hero But what s stranger than a heroic Green Goblin How about super villains like Ricko the Sicko, Salt Pepper and the Steel Slammer Plus the threats of Arcade, the Rhino and the Sentinels Guest starring Daredevil, the New Warriors and the Scarlet Spider Collecting WEB OF SPIDER MAN 1985 125, SPECTACULAR SPIDER MAN 1976 225, GREEN GOBLIN 1 13 and AMAZING SCARLET SPIDER 2.

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    1. Green Goblin: A Lighter Shade of Green collects all of the major appearances of Philip Urich as the Green Goblin. This includes the thirteen issues of the Green Goblin series from 1995-1996 as well as a couple of appearances this incarnation had in other comics. What makes Philip Urich's tenure so remarkable? The fact that this Green Goblin was a super hero! And he could not be any more different than the Osborn incarnations we're all familiar with. In this story, unlike what he is today, Philip [...]

    2. Begins with the Scarlet Spider and ends with Onslaught. If those don't mean anything to you, this isn't a book you will enjoy.Even then, probably STILL not for you. The writing is incredibly repetitive. Each issue, the hero has doubts about whether he should be a hero and then acts in a self-interested way. Ultimately he defeats the hazily sketched out villain and affirms his identity. There's little to no growth until some is shoehorned in when the series was cancelled. (I believe I was automat [...]

    3. While one could argue the merits of turning the Green Goblin into a hero (one of Marvel's many experiments during the 'Clone Saga' era of Spider-Man), Tom DeFalco brings some light-hearted fun to the troubled Phil Urich and his struggles in the role. If you're a fan of DeFalco's work for Spider-Man or Spider-Girl, you'll probably enjoy this.The problem is DeFalco has done this before and done it better. The series also suffers from a bit of repetition (Phil has doubts, fights D-List villain, win [...]

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