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Old Dec 9, 2002, 09:05 PM   #16
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Re: Osborne didnt die in the comicbook/cartoon, he had psychiatric treatment and went wel

Ok, its the LIZARD, and...Bruce Campbell? Ugh...
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Old Dec 11, 2002, 04:49 AM   #17
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Re: Osborne didnt die in the comicbook/cartoon, he had psychiatric treatment and went wel

fiendguy76, i have only read the start of the spidey comics (bought the 5 annuals recently) and would love to know what you mean by:

. I loved this movie exept for the only part that didn't go with what happened in the comics. Other spidey readers will know what I'm talking about.

please send me a private message about this

doc ock WILL be the next villian, and possiably the lizrd and black cat will be in it.
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Old Mar 4, 2003, 09:25 PM   #18
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Black Cat? Oh boats... you just know their gonna cast someone PAINFULLY wrong for the role, juuust like Toby! And the girl who played Mary Jane? Lunch coming...
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Old Aug 4, 2003, 04:25 AM   #19
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Re: Osborne didnt die in the comicbook/cartoon, he had psychiatric treatment and went wel

Come on, you're being a wee bit harsh on MJ. She was good in the film. I thought Toby's voice was spot on for spiderman. Who would you have preferred to play the webbed one?
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Old Oct 21, 2003, 07:13 PM   #20
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Re: Osborne didnt die in the comicbook/cartoon, he had psychiatric treatment and went wel

You guys aren't as right as you think you are regarding some of the stuff you've said... I don't know much about the up-coming movie but that's because I've decided not to look into it however I do know a lot about the comics! So I'm going to give you my opinion about the things mentioned:

Firstly I think you guys need to read some more of the Goblin issues... there are five 'Green Goblins' in total: Norman, Harry and Normie Osborn, but Phil Urich (Ben Urich's nephew) and Dr. Bart Hamilton (Harry Osborn's psychiatrist) also don the green suit at some point.

(However for the purpose of this discussion you don't need to worry about Normie, Spider-Girl is the only series that he's been the goblin).

Norman (the first Green Goblin) was killed and it happened in almost the same way he died in the movie; he was impaled by his glider. Harry, who had witnessed his father's death, removed the Goblin costume so that the authorities only found Norman Osborn.


Then while in the morgue, the formula that granted Norman his increased strength, intelligence, and insanity also gave him superhuman healing ability, which caused his wounds to regenerate letting him escape. Afterwards he replaced his body with that of a drifter who he murdered and impaled through the chest. While this was happening Harry was busy covering up the shame of his father's alter-ego by bribing the coroner to fake the autopsy.

So because of this people could be forgiven for not counting that as a death...

Secondly regarding the comment about nobody giving Norman help for his insanity, to the world Norman Osborn was a normal rich businessman... so not many people knew he had a problem.

And anyway, when it came to Harry's insanity people did try to get him help! And it didn't work well.

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Old Oct 28, 2005, 06:26 PM   #21
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Osborne didnt die in the comicbook/cartoon, he had psychiatric treatment and went wel
Honestly read that as pyschadelic treatment - may have been more effective.
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