The Green Goblin could have looked downright monstrous in Amazing Spider-Man 2, if artist Long Ouyang's original designs had been used. Just see for yourself!
We've got an insane close-up of Dane DeHaan going FULL Green Goblin, and it isn't pretty. Apparently being the Green Goblin rots your teeth? But........ why?
Thanks to this video preview of a bust revealed at this week's New York Toy Fair, we have our first good look at Harry Osborn's form as the evil Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The good news: He looks extremely goblin-y. The bad news? He's not wearing a mask.
I have no idea why Las Vegas' Red Rock Casino had this Amazing Spider-Man 2 poster up, but these (fuzzy, awkwardly angled) photos contain our first looks at two of the seemingly millions of bad guys in the movie. It's after the jump, in case you consider it a spoiler (or would prefer to wait for better pics).
This stark sphere looks like a collection of metal filaments — but it's actually the work of glass-blower Nancy Callan, who set out to create something that looked monochrome and machine-like. A new exhibition of Callan's glass work also includes some superhero-inspired bee-stingers.
Chris Cooper has signed on to play Norman Osborn, a.k.a. the Green Goblin, in Marc Webb's sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man. Cooper joins Dane DeHaan as Osborn's son Harry, Jamie Foxx as Electro, Paul Giamatti as the Rhino (man, it's never not weird typing that), Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, Shailene Woodley as Mary Jane…
Steampunk superheroes are not an unfamiliar concept, but this particular batch was drafted by Italian artist Denis Medri — who was responsible for those delightful greaser Batman designs — so we'll give them a pass. Behold such villains as Kraven, the Green Goblin, and Doctor Octopus, who I presume is named "Professor…
The latest TV spots for the Spider-Man musical have hit the web. Check out footage of the high-flying stunts, Carnage, Kraven, and the gangster Hammerhead, who has been transformed into a macrocephalic parade float.
The Avengers titles have long been Marvel's cash cows, but with the advent of Siege, every one of them will fall under the editorial ax this April.
Today's release of Siege: The Cabal marks the beginning of the end of Norman Osborn's Dark Reign over the Marvel Universe. Let's reminisce over the on-again, off-again Green Goblin's stranger moments of murder, mayhem, and flagrant disregard for contraceptives.
The identities of Mary Jane Watson and Norman Osborn's Broadway incarnations has been revealed, and fans of Marvel's movies may find the actor behind the latest Green Goblin slightly familiar... well, if they can imagine the blue fur for themselves.
Never one to take a PR opportunity lying down, Greenpeace is fashioning the hooplah over its goose-eggs for Nintendo on its green company survey into even more media fodder. (And we're covering it!) Its latest gamer attention-grabber is Clash of the Consoles, a site that ranks the big three on their greenness with…