Green Goblin Archive
Chasing Amazing is looking at Mark’s favorite Amazing Spider-Man covers this week. Today, we look at choices #8 and #7.
What better way to mark Halloween here on Chasing Amazing than with this iconic comic, Amazing Spider-Man #39? The featured villain here is the Green Goblin, a ghoulish adversary who uses pumpkin bombs as his weapon of choice, and has come back from the dead on numerous occasions. The
My inability to negotiate is the stuff of legends. And let me tell you, that’s not something as a collector I should go about touting, but it’s true. When I was a little kid, my parents held a garage sale with our neighbors and I was told I could
The Haul: ASM #35 (Good plus) ASM #27 (Good/Very Good) ASM #22 (Good plus) Final Tally: 16 issues to complete the run. Let me preface this post by saying that every issue of Amazing Spider-Man I pick up that moves me closer to collecting every issue in the entire
I know I’m milking this “who’s the Spider-Man’s greatest villain” debate for all its worth, but I’m going to dedicate at least one more post to it because I believe last week’s rant regarding Green Goblin vs. Doctor Octopus elicited some really interesting reader comments and while re-reading J.
As I’ve said before, a classic superhero needs a classic supervillain to play off of – a ying to their yang, and a nemesis that usually finds a way to make things personal. The Fantastic Four has Doctor Doom. Captain America has the Red Skull. Over in DC land,
So despite the fact that I wasted some Internet space here a few months back disavowing the idea, I broke down last week and picked up a copy (two actually) of Ultimate Spider-Man #160, aka, “The Death of Spider-Man.” While I still maintain the belief that a “special” polybagged
Who here doesn’t love a great mystery? And going back and rereading the earlier years of Amazing Spider-Man has got my brain fixated on one of the most famous mystery-storylines ever told in the pages of ASM: the identity of the Green Goblin. The Goblin, who goes on to