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  1. Indeed, it was awesome, and yes, Alistair Smythe...

    Indeed, it was awesome, and yes, Alistair Smythe was the one in that Annual.
  2. That's true, and yeah, I noticed.

    That's true, and yeah, I noticed.
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    Yeah, that's a very good point to bring up. Those...

    Yeah, that's a very good point to bring up. Those post-Clone Saga stories with Norman were him just rubbing it in Peter's and Mary Jane's faces that he'd already taken so much from them both, and...
  4. That's entirely probable.

    That's entirely probable.
  5. Yeah, that was an idea I had, too. That...

    Yeah, that was an idea I had, too.



    That makes sense.
  6. Agreed, and as for your take on Vanessa leaving...

    Agreed, and as for your take on Vanessa leaving Fisk, that did happen in TAS (managed to be a surprisingly sad moment, "What you really love is being the Kingpin, the Kingpin of Crime") and Into the...
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    Indeed. And it's not like he hasn't tackled X-Men...

    Indeed. And it's not like he hasn't tackled X-Men before; according to Galacta, Daughter of Galactus, which he wrote as well, all mutant powers are based on reality warping, only limited by each...
  8. Yeah, I can relate to that last point. Krakoa...

    Yeah, I can relate to that last point. Krakoa would be a lot less palatable to a lot of people without the backstory of repeated attempts at outright genocide and extermination of mutants at the...
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    If I recall right, didn't the exposure of...

    If I recall right, didn't the exposure of Norman's identity as the Goblin in The Pulse lead directly into Mark Millar's Marvel Knights Spider-Man? That said, those are all excellent Norman Osborn...
  10. That sounds like an excellent Marvel gangster...

    That sounds like an excellent Marvel gangster film. Could do something similar with Tombstone, or Silvermane as an old Mafia (sorry, "Maggia") boss trying to prove he's still got it against younger...
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    Good stories to recommend. I think Marvel Knights...

    Good stories to recommend. I think Marvel Knights Spider-Man #1-12 by Mark Millar would rank pretty highly, as he really seemed to get what made Norman Osborn so twisted and yet so compelling as...
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    I was personally just awaiting his ultimate...

    I was personally just awaiting his ultimate self-inflicted downfall, with Spider-Man (and everyone else, villains included) knowing from almost the start that Norman didn't have the stability to...
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    Indeed. As Spider-Man himself said in an episode...

    Indeed. As Spider-Man himself said in an episode of the 90s animated series, "Talk about your dramatic irony."
  14. You're welcome. Ah. All right, then....

    You're welcome.



    Ah. All right, then. Thanks for the clarification.
  15. Yeah, in April.

    Yeah, in April.
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    Agreed. He'd do a great job.

    Agreed. He'd do a great job.
  17. Counting Edge of Spider-Verse #2 as Spider-Gwen...

    Counting Edge of Spider-Verse #2 as Spider-Gwen #0, that would've been a total of 40 issues. Then came 10 issues altogether of Spider-Gwen: Ghost-Spider, which would actually make Ghost-Spider #1 LGY...
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    You're very welcome, and yeah, Iban Coello does...

    You're very welcome, and yeah, Iban Coello does great work, too. I've been enjoying his art since his contributions to Cullen Bunn's Venomverse trilogy and even more so his recent work in the Venom...
  19. Cosigning both of you. I should mention that...

    Cosigning both of you. I should mention that Norman is also apparently a member of the Power Elite, the cabal of power brokers that rose up in the wake of Secret Empire in Ta-Nehisi Coates's Captain...
  20. This . . . will be pain.

    This . . . will be pain.
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    Yes, indeed, Jonah is even more of a pain in the...

    Yes, indeed, Jonah is even more of a pain in the neck when he's trying to help Spider-Man.
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    I'm not necessarily rooting for them to get back...

    I'm not necessarily rooting for them to get back together at this point. I just want Khalil to get his memories back so he can go Painkiller on the ASA for making him kill his own mother. That's my...
  23. Sadly, not very. Mostly because it happened in...

    Sadly, not very. Mostly because it happened in Daredevil and Spider-Man's only part in it was making a cameo in the final issue of that arc to try to comfort and reassure Daredevil (how I miss the...
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    Agreed. You summed up very well why this issue...

    Agreed. You summed up very well why this issue was a great one, and good on Nick Spencer, too, for simultaneously calling back to and twisting some good classic Spider-Man tropes for a refreshing new...
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    Indeed, he was one of the best parts of the 90s...

    Indeed, he was one of the best parts of the 90s animated series.



    And in Operation: Zero Tolerance, where he refused to run Bastion's propaganda in The Daily Bugle, stating that regardless of...
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