Name: Green Goblin Height: 5' 11" Weight: 185 lbs Eyes: Blue Hair: Reddish-brown
POWER RATINGS Intelligence: 4 Strength: 4 Speed: 3 Durability: 4 Energy Projection: 0 Fighting Skills: 2
He is Spider-Man's greatest enemy; he has been, almost since the beginning. A maniacal manifestation of Norman Osborn's chemical-induced insanity, the Green Goblin has done more than any other villain to wreck the web-slinger's world. Always, he has terrorized Peter Parker's friends and loved ones. Even his own son - Peter's best friend, Harry - was poisoned by the Goblin's legacy. He killed Gwen Stacy, the first great love of Peter's life. And then - year after Spider-Man watched him die, impaled on his own Goblin Glider - Osborn returned to cast a shadow of evil over his hated foe.
Why is Green Goblin considered one of the greatest villains of all time? Well, he wears green and purple (like the Joker), laughs insanely all the time (like Joker), and flys around on a rocket (...like Joker's imaginary rocket, yeah!).
Norman stands a hair under 6 inches, which is just fine with me, it only adds to the impish image. This is one fine figure, there is detailing to enhance the overall appearance, even the long cap has realistic seams! I kinda sorta have a problem with the figure not being painted, at least it looks and fells like the body parts are cast in their respective colors. Most of the figure has a dull matte-finish though to help off-set the feeling of "plasticy-ness". The face looks like it's the real face instead of a mask, but the way the eyes are help bring it...[See More]
Subseries from Marvel Legends (Toy Biz) Toy Series
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