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Green Goblin vs. Spider-Man... the final round??

Norman Osborn has come to the realization that Peter Parker is his legacy --- the living reminder of his unparalleled genius. All he wants Peter to do is to reveal to the world that it was he, Norman, who created Spider-Man. If young Parker will do this, all will be forgiven. If not, everyone that Peter loves will be destroyed! Will Peter give in to this simple but twisted demand?

And what of Norman's own progeny, his son Harry? Be there for the latest chapter in the Spider-Man vs. Green Goblin saga.

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Interview with a Goblin 0

Man Peter better be careful...I know Kitty says she is interested in someone else...but I can feel that their attraction is still there and if they are not careful they could get back together hurting many people.Norman Osborn and Peter have a long talk. That is what I like about Bendis...a lot of people need a comic to be all action and he is not afraid to just talk...some of it could have been cut, but why...I found it all entertaining. I see the next issue being a real huge knock out fight......

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death of a goblin part5 the last round 0

green goblin vs spider man norman osborn has come to the realization that peter parker is his legacy the liveing reminder of his unparalleled genius all he wants peter to do is is to reveal to the world that it was he norman osborn who created spider man if young peter will do this all will be forgiven...

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