Red Goblin #3

Writer: Alex Paknadel Artist: Jan Bazaldua Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 19, 2023 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 11
9.1Critic Rating
8.4User Rating

IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY?
Norman Osborn has been targeted by a resurgent and terrifying GOBLIN KING for the precious GOBLIN FORMULA running through his veins - but why?! And with the emboldened remnants of the GOBLIN NATION at the undead King's command, will Normie Osborn be able to save his grandfather, or will the RED GOBLIN be the new King's latest victim?!
Rated T+

  • 10
    But Why Tho? - William Tucker Apr 19, 2023

    Red Goblin #3 is both epic and tragic. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    Comic Watch - Tyler Davis Apr 20, 2023

    This series only continues to get better, and is Marvel's most underrated title on the stands. Every month it brings with it narrative and character quality over anything else. It uses the symbiote gimmick for both strong introspection and over-top, heart-pounding violence. Don't miss out on this book. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Jeremy Carter May 17, 2023

    The depth of this series is more impressive than many other books available. Alex Paknadel is crushing this series and making it a must read Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Matthew Aguilar Apr 19, 2023

    Red Goblin's main antagonist hasn't really captivated me yet, but as long as Normie and Norman are at the book's core, this series has my complete attention. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    thecimmerian Apr 24, 2023

    This issue was a bit heavy handed but it still worked. I hate the litany of spider-people that populate marvel these days but for some reason Normie feels a bit different. Perhaps this is what I really wanted with Dylan Brock but didn't get. Either way, this title is consistently decent and I hope marvel doesn't ruin it any time soon.

  • 8.0
    Screaming Enigma Nov 2, 2023

    This was the best issue yet, in my opinion. I particularly liked how Paknadel wrote the relationship between Normie and Rascal. As I said in my review of the previous issue, I think his writing is definitely the strongest part of this. Bazaldua's art continues to be solid here, but I do think it could be better. Either way, I'm almost surprised at how much I've been enjoying this series so far.

  • 7.5
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  • 7.5
    fzanca Apr 20, 2023

    A slightly above-average issue. Most of my critique is based on the inner dialogue text boxes. The writing doesn't seem like a child. The text is written more like that of an adult. The writer needs to be more aware of that since it pulled me out of the story. I did like the action and I like that scene where Rascal and Normie are talking inside his head. Normie's answer to everything seems to be yelling at Rascal or ignoring it completely. "I'm not talking to you ever again." This is weird storytelling, as it would be better if it was more of John Conner/Terminator relationship where Normie taught it about the sanctity of life rather than just chastising it.

    Also, I believe Norman in the beginning says "Revolutions eat their own more

  • 10
    Maluminary Apr 24, 2023

  • 10
    Ronilon Apr 21, 2023

  • 9.0
    Goblin22 Apr 19, 2023

  • 8.5
    ResearchReader Jun 13, 2023

  • 8.5
    ChileanYoda Apr 22, 2023

  • 7.5
    ComicWorm Apr 19, 2023

  • 7.0
    Afre Apr 19, 2023

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