HOBGOBLIN PART 2 Harry Osborn learns the horrifying truth of his father's existence as the evil Green Goblin. But that's only the beginning of the revelations -- young Harry discovers the awful destiny his father has planned for him.
Once again though it's great to see the covers of this book are starting to reflect the story we get inside. While the Hobgoblin has yet to put in an appearance, this cover impressively plays up the idea that the character is going to be a visually striking creation when he finally does arrive. As for Mark Bagley's work inside the issue, the blacked out panels that indicate Harry's blacked out memories are used a little too much for my liking, but I can't deny the sheer impact of the big reveal moment when Harry's memory is restored. The use of black space on that final page does a lovely job of selling the idea that Harry's future is a decidedly sinister looking one. There's also a nice little sequence where Norman's assistant lashes out at Harry, as the art manages to deftly sell the idea that this is not a person you want to tick off. Read Full Review
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