So SIEGE and Dark Reign are over, and the Age of Heroes has begun. Still, one question still remains. What is going to happen to Norman Osborn? When we last saw are ex-Goblin super-villain in SIEGE his Iron Patriot armor was gone, and he was sporting some peculiar green face paint, that somehow rotted his teeth. Now that he isn’t playing Nick Fury’s role, what will become of Spider-Man’s greatest enemy. I have a few speculations on what might occur over the course of the next few months, possibly years.
Time to take a break?
In Gerry Conway’s early Spider-Man issues, he killed off stormin-Norman (early 70′s), and we didn’t see ol’ Green Face until the clone saga in the 90′s. However, we did have the Hobgoblin who served as a great villain in many stories over those years. I think Norman has payed his dues for a while, it’s time for him to take a break and let Roderick Kingsley step in and play the goblin role. We’ll see you in 20 years Norm .
Become mean, and green all over again
I think it’s fair to say that Norman is arguably the fan favourite of Spider-Man villains. He’s been in the movies, he’s been in the cartoons hell how many Shocker toys do you own…that’s what I thought. Norman has by far poised the biggest threat to Spider-Man over the years. The man was the first person to discover his identity, and he used that secret a lot it was a story element that made his character interesting. Now with One More Day, and Brand New Day that aspect of the character has vanished, but who’s not to say they can’t bring it back I mean all it takes is one spider sense disturbing gas and Peter won’t be checking the skies for men in purple hats.
Become a new more powerful adversary.
We’ve seen the Iron Patriot give us something big and exciting, have Norman killed by his own son to create a more powerful foe. I.E SPIDER-MAN CRAWL SPACE
He could run a hair salon? He has the money, and look at that hair do it’s a cross between cornrows and a perm.
Well that’s all I have for this segment
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